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This isn't exactly a flattering portrait.
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A majority now back the 11-country trade deal.
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Some said "bad candy" scared them most.
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"Chinese buyers still appreciate Canada."
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They help keep airfares down, Calin Rovinescu argues.
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The high cost of housing is the most common reason cited for millennials wanting to sell their home.
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Tell us something we didn't know.
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A national survey of a cross-section of 1,500 voting-age Americans, conducted by the Angus Reid Institute in the days leading up to the inauguration, reveals a strong attachment to Canada among the U.S. public, while Americans hold a decidedly different attitude toward their country's other neighbour, Mexico.
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Only half of Canadians living with a disability have a full or part-time job.
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"Do what you love" may be "terrible advice."
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GTA house prices have doubled in eight years.
So there was this CBC-Angus Reid poll. You may have heard about it, or at least seen it while scrolling through your social media feeds this week. It was called the "Canadian Values" poll and it found, according to the original CBC headline, that Canadians want minorities to do more to 'fit in.' This poll made news because it revealed 68 per cent of Canadians thinking minorities should be "doing more to fit in" with mainstream society instead of keeping their own customs and languages. But what I found out after contacting Angus Reid was that 87 per cent of those respondents were white.
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I made a choice to abandon learning Vietnamese as a kid. Part of it was me being lazy. I didn't want to spend Saturdays inside another school. Three hours learning about the Vietnamese alphabet can seem like prison when you're six or if you're 12. But another part of it was me wanting to fit in. To stay at home. To watch weekend morning cartoons. To have stuff to talk about during recess come Monday. I made a choice to turn my back on part of my identity. In return, I got to fit in within a multi-ethnic schoolyard in a suburban Ontario neighbourhood circa 1995. Today, that decision would make a majority of Canadians pretty happy.
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Financial disagreements are a strong predictor of divorce.
Financial confidence declines amid gloomy economic news.
But a large minority worries the economy can't take it.
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A feminist and social activist will grace Canadian currency, if Canadians get their way.
Canadians aren't aware of a CRTC decision that makes more competition less likely.
The pipeline has the strongest backing in Alberta and Saskatchewan.
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We have good news, home shoppers: Five million dollars will still get you a luxury property in Canada. For now. Next year, who knows. It might just be the going price for a bungalow on Vancouver’s wes...
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Only one in six support a ban on Uber.
Forty-nine per cent of Canadians have no opinion on the TPP.
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Most Canadians will be spending some time over the next few days elbowing their way through crowded stores.
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Islamophobia is bad for business.
TORONTO - If past practice is any indication, the majority of post-secondary school students will likely run out of money before the school year ends - and end up turning to the Bank of Mom and Dad fo...
TORONTO — Worry over tuition and living expenses is dogging almost half of post-secondary students as they head back to school. They're also afraid they won't be able to pay back debt once they gradua...
Nearly half of retired Canadians were forced to leave the workforce earlier than they planned, according to a survey from Angus Reid. The poll shows working in the public sector or being a union membe...
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In February 2015, a poll by the Angus Reid Institute revealed that two-thirds of Canadians believe that children should not be allowed to attend school or daycare if their immunizations are not fully up to date. Interestingly, the country is divided.
While the majority of Canadians see climate change as a serious threat to the planet, Canada has no climate legislation and, according to Environment Canada, growing emissions from the Alberta oilsands will prevent the country from meeting its emission reduction targets under the Copenhagen Accord.
Canada is often ranked as one of the best countries in the world, but how do the people who actually live here feel about the The True North strong and free? The short answer is pretty good, though th...
B.C.'s latest election poll shows Christy Clark is fast catching up to Adrian Dix. The B.C. Liberals are polling at 34 per cent on overall voting intention, compared to the NDP's 41 per cent, still no...