One issue on which Canadians aren't polarized — the U.S.
Before we conclude that our politics is more polarized than ever, let’s remember it is possible to overcome even long-standing divisions and find common ground
The CPC needs to get back to bilingualism
To make real gains in French-speaking areas of the country, it is the party’s personality that will count
Canadians aren’t just adapting to diversity – there are data to show we’re embracing it
The Canadian identity is not weakening – it is shifting
The differences between Canada and the U.S. remain significant
A new survey from the Environics Institute confirms Canadian Conservatives have bigger differences with U.S. Republicans than Canadian Liberals
Surveys show Canadian are less polarized and angry than Americans
The gap today between Republicans and Democrats in the U.S. is about twice as wide as that in Canada between Conservatives and Liberals
New immigration targets essential for Canada’s economic prosperity
Canada is breaking records on immigration
Who voted for the People’s Party of Canada?
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
50 years of multiculturalism
Michael Adams, president of the Environics Institute, says most Canadians view multiculturalism as an important symbol of what we aspire to as a society
A distinctive culture? The sources of public support for immigration in Canada, 1980-2019
Canadians’ tolerance towards immigration responds to immigration flows, and is heavily influenced by macroeconomic conditions
Canada as a beacon of migrant acceptance. Is this reputation still deserved?
Let’s Not get too Smug about Public Attitudes on Immigration
Canadians have not always been highly supportive of immigration. Historians have documented the many dark episodes in the first half of the 20th century, but we also need to pay attention to our more recent history.
To maintain support for immigration, plug the leaks
Globe and Mail editorial
Canada's opinion of the US at unprecedented low
Multiculturalism doesn’t divide. It encourages belonging
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Does a Bernier Party stand a chance in Canada?
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Canadian exceptionalism in attitudes toward immigration
What Canada can teach the US about immigration?