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It was a pretty safe bet going into election night that regardless of how the vote broke that there were four words from Premier Christy Clark's 2013 victory speech which would be left unsaid this year: "Well, that was easy."
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And those who disagree say it's still a great place to live.
But a majority are actually reducing their debt.
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One-quarter of poll respondents already can't cover their bills.
CEOs have an image problem in Canada, where only about one in nine people feel they can be trusted. But that still gives chief executives a better public image than that of politicians, who are fighti...
VANCOUVER - A new study says more than eight in 10 Canadian Internet users have made an online purchase in the past year with cosmetics, furniture and pet products among popular items.The Ipsos Reid s...
Google remains the most influential brand in Canada, according to a new survey from Ipsos-Reid. But two recognizable Canadian brands made it into the top 10 of a list otherwise dominated by U.S. names...
If we as a society could decide that appearances were equally important to men as to women, that would be an important step in levelling the playing field at work. Trust me guys you won't regret the move. Consider it progress.
How many stars are there in space? What percentage of monkeys is left-handed? How many times has the average Canadian seen his/her favourite movie? We might never find definite answers for the first...
Most British Columbians don’t believe the provincial government’s claim that the budget will be balanced in 2013, according to an Ipsos Reid poll. Twelve per cent of those polled said they believed t...
The real question pundits should be asking is: Should the Liberals merge with the New Democrats? For his part, Justin Trudeau concedes that, if his party does not "shine" by the 2015 election, a merger may indeed be the only way to evict Stephen Harper from 24 Sussex Drive. A recent poll asked Liberals if they like the idea of a merger, a staggering 64 per cent said yes. This poll also found that 56 per cent of Canadians see the Liberals as a spent force. Doesn't seem so crazy now, does it?
OTTAWA - The War of 1812 may be one of the world's oddest conflicts, if only because both sides are confident they won.A new survey suggests Canadians and Americans have vastly divergent attitudes tow...
TORONTO - Two seemingly contradictory reports evaluating national debt levels tell the same stark truths about the rising severity of the financial straits facing many Canadians, analysts said Wednesd...
OTTAWA - Canadian taxpayers shelled out almost $200,000 last winter for two focus-group surveys that asked virtually the same questions — and delivered the same answers.The Finance Department and the...