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By a two-to-one margin, Canadians are more likely to believe that governments in Canada have not gone far enough in trying to advance reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples than they are to say that governments have gone too far.
Opinions on the climate change issue remain divided not just between regions of the country, but also within provinces and regions
New research to identify the private refugee sponsorship potential in Canada
Canadians’ perceptions of their physical health and mental health have deteriorated during the pandemic.
The pandemic has exacerbated pre-existing inequalities within Canadian society.
A national study of Millennials and leading-edge Gen Z Canadians
The pandemic has not prompted Canadians to rethink their preferences regarding the division of powers in the federation
Experiences of working from home have been more challenging for some workers than others, especially for those with young children at home.
All in this Together? Canadians’ Views on Masks, Vaccines and Lockdowns during the COVID-19 Pandemic
There is widespread agreement across the country on key aspects of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic
First report from the Canadian Millennial and GenZ Social Values Study 2020
Identifying who in Canada is interested in sponsoring refugees
Fourth report from the Confederation of Tomorrow 2020 Survey of Canadians
A closer look at Canadians' aspirations for themselves and their country
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profoundly disruptive effect on the lives of Canadians, but the public’s general reaction to the situation remains more positive than negative.
The third report from the Confederation of Tomorrow 2020 Survey of Canadians
There has been a remarkable increase in the Canadian public’s awareness of the reality of racism in this country.
There is a growing recognition that, from Canada’s vantage point, the world has become a much less friendly place.
Latest trend shows increasing support
A Better Canada confirms that, for many, the eventual reopening of the economy should mean something better than going “back to normal.”
Canadians tend to have a positive assessment of both the impact of technological change and the value of the post-secondary education and skills training that they have received