In 2008, the Environics Institute released the first ever Canada’s World Survey, that revealed how Canadians see their own place in the world, and that of their country (not simply what they believe their governments should be doing).
In 2017, the Institute updated this research, this time in collaboration with SFU Public Square at Simon Fraser University, the Canadian International Council, and the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History. This survey examines how public attitudes, priorities and actions have evolved over the past decade, as well addressing emerging issues. The survey fieldwork was conducted in October-November 2017, and a final report will be publicly released in the Spring of 2018.
Stay tuned for further details.
Keywords: global issues, foreign policy, government policy/priorities, USA, Canadian symbols/identity, human rights, Canada’s role in the world, international experience/connections