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How long is too long? Most Canadians say elected officials should be subject to term limits

Two terms of four years is the most preferred option for all offices April 17, 2019 – U.S. President Donald Trump will run for re-election next year, but as U.S. law stands today, he won’t be eligible to run again

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Amid rising food costs, half of low-income households say the new Canada Food Guide diet is unaffordable

Most support the guide’s recommendations, but there’s a generational divide over the importance of dairy April 10, 2019 – Nearly half of all Canadians say it has grown more difficult to afford to put food on the table over the

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Gender Pay Gap: men, women differ over seriousness of issue, but back legislative measures for equal pay

One-in-five working Canadians say gender pay gaps exist in their own workplaces April 3, 2019 – As issues of gender balance and representation are tackled in boardrooms and senior finance offices in the public and private sectors, the gap between

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Federal Politics: As Liberal support bleeds to other parties, CPC vote stays solid

Trudeau’s favourability among the public continues to sink alongside Liberal fortunes March 28, 2019 – Two months of scandal have eroded support for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Liberal Party, opening up a nine-point lead among Canadian voters who

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Birthright Citizenship: Plurality of Canadians see it as good policy, but also say some changes are needed

Most would not extend birthright citizenship to babies born to those in Canada on tourist visas March 14, 2019 – Which babies born on Canadian soil should be granted automatic citizenship? It’s a question that has appended itself to the

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