A significant number of Canadians are unsure as to whether governments or the courts should have the final say in Charter cases
For many Canadians, the answer depends more on how old you are than where in the country you live
Solid support for refugees has developed over the years. On fossil fuels, Alberta’s divisions can’t be ignored. And young Canadians are in bad shape.
To make real gains in French-speaking areas of the country, it is the party’s personality that will count
Right across the Prairies, residents less likely to feel provincial governments can best speak for them
La distance géographique ne rend pas les Canadiens sourds aux enjeux qui touchent leurs concitoyens ailleurs au pays
Despite the scale of the emergency, there has been more continuity than change in Canadian attitudes about the federation
From declining confidence in business to growing concern about racism, Environics Institute’s public opinion studies show evolving beliefs on key issues.
The differences between the outlooks of young adults in different parts of Canada have never been as small as they are today.
Sondés sur le gouvernement qui représente le mieux leurs intérêts, les jeunes Québécois francophones ont des opinions plus proches de celles des autres Canadiens que de celles des Québécois plus âgés.
The most striking differences between the views of younger and older francophone Quebecers appear in their expectations of the Quebec state
The results of the Confederation of Tomorrow 2020 survey show that there is almost universal support in all parts of Canada for the principle that underpins the equalization program
Put 100 Albertans in a room with 100 Quebecers and you'd be shocked how many can find someone from the other province who agrees with them on big issues
The answer to the question of whether Canadians are gaining or losing confidence in their democratic institutions depends in part on which region one is referring to.