partners

Who We Partner With

The Angus Reid Institute forges partnerships with some of Canada’s leading organizations as a means to foster greater understanding of the issues that matter most to Canadians. We work in tandem with these organizations to fund, produce and disseminate our research across the country.

Our partnerships are integral to producing the highest quality research. If you’re interested in becoming a partner with the Angus Reid Institute please contact us at partnerships@angusreid.org

How Partnership Works

The Angus Reid Institute runs an active partnerships program. We work with other Canadian not-for profit organizations, academic institutions, and where appropriate, private sector organizations whose goals are compatible with those of the Angus Reid Institute when:

  • The nature of the research inquiry is consistent with our mandate

  • There is an absolute commitment to nonpartisanship

  • Data is complete and collected with the highest standards of methodological integrity

  • Partners are committed to making all findings publicly available and accessible.

  • Partners fund or partially fund research projects

Blame, bullying and disrespect: Chinese Canadians reveal their experiences with racism during COVID-19

Half say they have been called names or otherwise insulted during COVID-19 outbreak June 22, 2020 – It has been

Freedom of religion widely valued in Canada, but the role of faith in modern society still a source of debate

Study investigates intersection between personal and public faith in secular Canadian society December 4, 2019 – While the majority of

Holy Week at Home: Canadians of faith turn to prayer & tech as COVID-19 disrupts Easter and other celebrations

Significant segment of Canadians supported by faith communities since COVID-19 outbreak began April 10, 2020 – Canada’s Catholics will not

The Politics of Faith: Does a leader’s personal religious practice hurt or help with voters? It depends

Slight majority say personal faith should be off limits from media coverage, 45 per cent disagree November 28, 2019 –

A Portrait of Social Isolation and Loneliness in Canada today

Intersections between objective isolation and subjective loneliness divide the population into five groups June 17, 2019 – Interpersonal connection is

Accessibility: A source of future anxiety and a significant consideration for Canadian consumers today

Seven-in-ten Canadians say universal accessibility should be the goal for newly constructed buildings For an accessible version of this report,

Canadians view marine shipping as increasingly important amid trade and pipeline debates

More than nine-in-ten say shipping is generally ‘safe’, but many have reservations about shipping oil December 6, 2018 – The

Faith in the Public Square? A comprehensive study of the segments of Canadian society

Public Faith Proponents more likely to be younger, more educated, than those who voice Opposition November 23, 2018 – The

Religious Freedom in Canada: Perspectives from First and Second-Generation Canadians

Study compares Canadians opinions on faith, values and enduring societal questions September 13, 2018 –  Canada’s religious landscape has shifted

Propose a Partnership

Our research program serves to enhance and encourage better understanding of issues and trends affecting economic, social, governance, philanthropy, public administration, domestic and foreign policy in Canada and the world.

In addition to the Angus Reid Institute’s current polling program, we are also receptive to ideas and issues raised by outside organizations and institutions.

To find out more about the Angus Reid Institute partnership program please contact Shachi Kurl at shachi.kurl@angusreid.org

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