Social norms play a key role in the dynamics of racism and prejudice because they establish the boundaries around which people act toward those they see as “the other.”
Right across the Prairies, residents less likely to feel provincial governments can best speak for them
A reflection on the eve of the 40th anniversary of patriation and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms
La distance géographique ne rend pas les Canadiens sourds aux enjeux qui touchent leurs concitoyens ailleurs au pays
Our latest survey confirms that the pandemic’s impact has been felt more acutely and more persistently among young adults
Two in five employees in Canada say they’ve gone in to work sick at least once in the past 12 months. A change in office culture is needed to end this.
The centre of gravity in each of our cultures is in a radically different place, and each is moving along a different trajectory
Despite the extended time of crisis, Canadians’ opinions showed remarkable stability in many areas. The exceptions had little to do with COVID-19.
Voters concerned about the push to be vaccinated and what they perceived as a loss of freedom during the pandemic were much more likely to vote PPC
Reflecting on the findings from the Race Relations in Canada 2021 Survey
Understanding what motivates women’s entrepreneurship should prompt investors to rethink the criteria they use to assess and fund new ventures
Michael Adams, president of the Environics Institute, says most Canadians view multiculturalism as an important symbol of what we aspire to as a society
The election may have been unnecessary. It may have been tedious and uninspired. It may have changed little as far as the composition of the House of Commons is concerned. But it did not leave us more polarized or divided than ever before.
Despite the scale of the emergency, there has been more continuity than change in Canadian attitudes about the federation
Angry antimask or antivaccination protestors fuelled by misinformation are currently a security and public health risk, but they are not the tip of a larger iceberg that reflects broader public opinion.
As more people get vaccinated, the number of vaccine-hesitant Canadians is falling.
Plusieurs Canadiens s’impatientent devant l’absence de progrès, en apprennent plus sur notre histoire et cherchent déjà à nous faire suivre les étapes qui conduisent à un meilleur avenir.
As we mark World Refugee Day, it is important to recognize that many Canadians have stepped up to sponsor refugees, and many more are keen to do so.
Any economic recovery worthy of its name should begin with making sure these Canadians who have been hardest hit by the pandemic-induced recession don’t fall even further behind.