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Mission against ISIS: Three-in-five Canadians say government should maintain or increase bombing

Polarized politics drive divided opinions; ½ Liberal voters prefer option other than Trudeau plan November 19, 2015 – The aftermath of the attack on Paris sees Canadians increasingly reticent about the Trudeau government’s vow to pull fighter jets out of

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Bill C-51: Support declines after months of protest, but strong majority still backs anti-terror legislation

Number of people who say the legislation “goes too far” nearly doubles since February. May 25, 2015 – Vocal opposition to, painstaking review of, and widespread protest against Bill C-51 have had some negative impact on Canadian support for the

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Governance, identity and service delivery in Metro Vancouver: desire for change, but no consensus

More agreement around which services should be delivered regionally, locally April 12, 2015 – People living in Metro Vancouver are expressing some desire for change in the way they are governed at the regional level, and on the ideal number

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