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Election 2015: The Politics of Health Care
This poll examines whether Canadians have their own family doctor, and among those that do - how easy or difficult it is to see the GP when needed; access to health care; how Canadians feel about the health care system ...
Global Threats, 2014
In this poll on global and national threats to security and safety, just over half (55%) of Canadians say they aren't confident in the ability of domestic security services to prevent homegrown radicals from carrying out ...
Baggage Fees, 2014
Canada's major airlines are on the hot seat as a result of recently announced $25 fees for the first checked bag for flights in Canada. This poll shows that Canadian adults are widely opposed to the baggage fees recently ...
Truth and Reconciliation Commission, 2015
Canadians believe the recently concluded Truth and Reconciliation Commission was a worthwhile process for their country, and most support its key recommendations, but that doesn’t mean they anticipate the federal government ...
Gender, Sports, and the Women's World Cup
This wide-ranging survey canvassed Canadians’ attitudes on male and female athletes and sports, their interests in the Women’s World Cup, and the scandals plaguing FIFA, the tournaments organizer.
Canadian Depository Libraries are facing a crisis in dealing with government publications that have migrated to exclusively electronic format. Rather than providing these publications to libraries under the Depository ...
Data and Documentation
The primary aims of this survey were to assess household waste management practices; participation in waste diversion practices; knowledge of local waste management politics; willingness to participate in local decision ...
For the 2008 Kingston Household Travel Survey, participants were asked questions about all trips made on the previous day by each household member over the age of fifteen, using any mode of transportation. Walking, cycling, ...