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Most Canadians express confidence in police, but those levels are lower among visible minorities

Canadians have more faith in their justice system than Americans have in their own July 15, 2016 – A new public opinion poll from the Angus Reid Institute reports two-thirds of Canadians say they have confidence in their Mounted Police

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Six-in-ten Canadians support marijuana legalization, but say it’s not a top justice priority

As attention is focused on the return of marijuana legalization activist Marc Emery to Canada, recent survey results show the majority of people in this country support his cause. They do not, however, view legalizing pot as a top justice

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Canadian confidence in police, courts sees significant rebound over 2012 sentiment

Criminal justice system in Canada appears to have survived past perceptions of failure

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British Columbians Dissatisfied with Current State of Justice System

Less than three-in-ten respondents express “complete confidence” or “a lot of confidence” in the RCMP.

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Canadians Disagree with Court on Interrogations Without Legal Counsel

Most respondents agree with the way the Supreme Court handled the cases related to journalistic sources and sexual abuse by a priest.

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As Trial Looms, Little Change in How Canadians Feel About Omar Khadr

Two-in-five respondents believe Khadr should face trial in Guantanamo; just over a third would repatriate him to Canada.

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