Most Canadians believe that companies should have to make a legal commitment to maintaining jobs in Canada before receiving financial assistance from the government, according to a new CTV News Nanos survey.
New polling finds that about three-quarters of those surveyed aren’t on board with Statistics Canada’s temporarily-shelved plan to access the financial transaction data and personal details of 500,000 Canadians without their permission.
A majority of Canadian girls and young women have found the #MeToo movement heartening when it comes to the prospects of increased gender equality, but feel they still face discrimination, a new survey suggests.
Nearly nine in 10 Canadians find it believable or somewhat believable that Russia is harnessing social media to meddle in elections of western democracies, according to a new Nanos Research survey for CTV News.
Despite angering U.S. President Donald Trump, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s bold assertion that Canada “will not be pushed around” by America on trade earned the support of most Canadians, a new Nanos Research survey suggests.
Most Canadians support government efforts to help Rohingya refugees fleeing Myanmar, but the country is divided over how to handle asylum seekers illegally entering from the U.S., a new Nanos Research survey suggests.