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Nurses, Doctors Are Most Respected Jobs in Canada, U.S. and Britain

Less than three-in-ten respondents in the three countries express respect for politicians.

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Torontonians Divided Over Best Solution for City’s Transit

Most respondents would welcome the Government of Ontario stepping in and taking control of city transit in Toronto.

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Canadians Are Divided on the Actual Effect of Immigration

Younger respondents endorse the concept of the “mosaic” while middle-aged and older Canadians prefer the “melting pot”.

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Canadians Call for Legislation to Deal with Gender-Based Abortion

Three-in-five respondents—including two thirds of women—believe there should be laws to outline whether a woman can have an abortion based solely on the gender of the fetus.

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Two-in-Five Canadians Want More Action to Improve Gender Equality

The justice system is singled out as a contributing factor in violence against women, as respondents also call for more education opportunities.

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Most LGBT Working Canadians Experience Tolerance But Some Discrimination Persists

Despite noticeable advances, two-in-five gays and lesbians say they have experienced workplace discrimination.

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