Canada’s World Survey
The Institute co-sponsored a national survey of Canadians’ engagement and involvement with the world outside our borders, as part of the Canada’s World initiative. This groundbreaking survey of 2,000 Canadians (including over-samples of youth and immigrants) focused not on Canadians’ opinions about the federal government’s activities on the world stage, but on Canadian citizens’ own personal engagement with the world as individuals, members of families, students, citizen activists, members of NGOs, and entrepreneurs. The major sponsor for this research was the Simons Foundation, and included as media partners the CBC/Radio-Canada, The Globe and Mail and Le Devoir.
Keywords: global issues, foreign policy, government policy/priorities, USA, Canadian symbols/identity, human rights, Canada’s role in the world, international experience/connections, nuclear weapons/disarmament
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