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Concerns about housing, rising interest rates, and income inequality may to blame.
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"The frenzy is over .... Sanity is returning to the marketplace."
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But confidence in personal finances is on the decline.
The vast majority of Canadians is wary of China's state-run corporations.
With oil prices falling like a brick and the loonie not far behind, Canadians are turning pessimistic on the future prospects of the housing market. According to the latest consumer confidence index f...
A slim majority of Canadians are in favour of a carbon tax that would be charged on businesses, according to a new poll that suggests the Harper government is offside with most Canadians on climate po...
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That's what makes Ford Nation so extraordinary -- the incredible dichotomy that exists when it comes to criticism of most politicians and criticism of Rob Ford. Ford effectively gets what amounts to a jaw-dropping free pass from his base (in Toronto or in B.C.) nine times out of 10.
A majority of Americans still support the Keystone XL pipeline, but the number is in decline, according to a new poll from Nanos Research. The pipeline had the support of 62.3 per cent of respondents...
The Conservatives are facing a cooler reception from Canadians as they head home for the holidays, with new poll numbers suggesting a significant drop in the party's brand strength in traditional stro...
A study made last summer by Nanos Research and the Institute for Research on Public Policy ranks aboriginal issues as the least important concern among Canadians. I was recently delayed at Union Station for four hours due to an Idle No More blockade. An attendant announced in a surly tone that the train had been stopped due to "une manifestation d'Indiens." Contrary to news reports, my fellow passengers weren't "taking it in stride." Many groaned but didn't speak; I wrote down some of the comments others shared about "the lazy Indians."
As Americans celebrate July 4, Independence Day, new numbers out of the U.S. shed some light on why Canada's finance minister is so focused on Canadians' debt. Recent economic numbers from the U.S. C...
The Conservatives are losing ground to the NDP among key groups of voters — such as seniors and new Canadians — an exclusive new survey conducted by Nanos Research for CBC News Network's Power & Polit...
The watchdog responsible for monitoring the activities of Canada's spy agency and reporting findings to the minister in charge will be eliminated as part of the federal government's budget. The budge...
Interim NDP Leader Nycole Turmel is not catching on with Canadians who rate her poorly on her competence, vision and trustworthiness as she trail
The prospect of the global economy heading back into recession has left Canadians a lot less optimistic about the country's near-term economic prospects, a poll by Nanos Research suggests. The survey...
It's barely been two months since Canadians elected a new majority government and a new Official Opposition, but the country's media appeared ready Wednesday to declare the opposition dead. The progno...