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Nanos Poll

These bylaws are so restrictive because they were written under the shadow of the Harper government. Now that we have the Liberals in power, and with such clear opposition to the current bylaws from the people of Vancouver, it is time for Mayor Gregor Robertson and Vision Vancouver to rethink their plan.
Justin Trudeau's party has "hit a new low" in polls: Nanos
Canadians' unhappiness with the federal government grew dramatically in 2013, judging by the results of a yearly poll released
"Pick your battles" is a familiar refrain for anyone involved in politics, advocacy or any endeavour wherein opposing points of view will be competing for public attention. Most organizations will review issues and determine which are critical and which are not, and then fight for the most precious while conceding that others are perhaps not as important.
The Conservatives are facing a cooler reception from Canadians as they head home for the holidays, with new poll numbers
Nik Nanos digs beneath the numbers with CBC News Network's Power & Politics host Evan Solomon to get to the political, economic
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."
Two year-end surveys suggest that, while Canadians are divided on the prime minister's job performance, a large enough proportion
Canada’s three major federal parties are splitting national support almost evenly among them, according to two polls released
The next federal election is years away, but new polling numbers from Nanos Research suggest national voting intentions are