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Raise, pause, abolish? Centre-left voters rally around carbon tax, but majority would still reduce or eliminate it

Amid rebate debate awareness of carbon tax reimbursement rises nine points March 25, 2024 – With help from the Bloc Québécois and the NDP, Justin Trudeau’s Liberals survived a non-confidence motion last week that Conservative MPs hoped would force an

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Matthews or McDavid? Hockey fans equally likely to say Toronto or Edmonton can end nation’s Stanley Cup drought

Number of Canadians cheering for “any” Canadian team to win the Stanley Cup rises 7 points from 2016 April 15, 2024 – Just days before the National Hockey League’s regular season ends and the spring rite of passage that is

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Budget 2024: Majority of Canadians concerned about deficit, say federal government is spending ‘too much’

However, majorities across political lines want more spending on health care, national defence April 11, 2024 – Days ahead of a federal budget that’s had most of the mystery taken out of it with a series of high-profile spending announcements

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Canada Disability Benefit: Nine-in-ten support benefit, but most doubt federal government will get it done

Seven-in-ten say the federal government is moving too slow to enact benefit April 8, 2024 – As Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland prepares to deliver the federal government’s budget next week, she does so under increasing pressure to follow through on

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Fiscal Divide: Canada’s worst off expect more of the same ahead, the Thriving are most likely to expect even better

Proportion of those ‘Thriving’ up six points over the past 18 months, but there are more ‘Struggling’ too March 21, 2024 – When the federal government releases its 2024 budget, pundits and observers will talk politics. What does this mean

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