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The government has marked July 1, 2018 as its target date.
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New poll suggests 71 per cent of Canadians disagree with the decision.
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Canadians and Americans agree on one thing: Airlines suck.
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There's a lot of doubt in the bill's ability to achieve the government's key goals.
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And large numbers are worried about how many Syrians Canada plans to welcome.
Most Quebecers don't want to revisit the question of independence any time soon, a new poll suggests. Three-quarters of respondents to a survey conducted by the Angus Reid Institute in partnership wit...
But there's less consensus on government ID documents.
New survey also compares attitudes to those in U.S.
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The vast majority think men and women make equally strong political leaders.
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But Gen-Xers have no sympathy for the millennials' plight.
New numbers released ahead of the Three Amigos Summit.
Spoiler: it's not Brad Wall.
A longtime Liberal also disapproves.
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But concerns about terrorism are down.
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Brian Gallant and Stephen McNeil see fortunes rise after win by federal Liberals.
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About 39 per cent said the failures of the Harper government will outweigh successes in the long run.
The bad news is we perceive bullying to be more prolific than it was when we were young. The good news is we seem to be more aware and less tolerant of its destructive effects. We're split on how effectively our schools are dealing with the problem, to be sure. But the conversations are more open; the subject less beguiling.