A new survey of Albertans’ political attitudes on current policy areas found that more Albertans self-identify as progressive than conservative. A majority of them (51%) believe that the province has gone progressive in the past year alone. The post A… . . . → Read More: The Canadian Progressive: Alberta more progressive than you think, survey finds
A new survey by the Conservative Party of Canada labels federal opposition leaders Justin Trudeau and Thomas Mulcair “biggest threat.”
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Time and time again, we’ve seen Canada’s pro-Internet community band together to demand that decision-makers move us toward open and affordable Internet access in Canada – not toward more control for Big Telecom. And today we find ourselves at another crucial juncture in this ongoing fight.
We cannot let the CRTC get . . . → Read More: OpenMedia.ca: 24 hours left to let decision-makers know where you stand
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by: Canadian Women’s Foundation | Press Release:
National Omnibus reveals that Canadians still blame women for being sexually assaulted
TORONTO, July 9, 2013 – With summer in full swing, Canadians have packed away their sweaters and are enjoying drinks on the patio. However, according to a new survey* conducted by the Canadian Women’s Foundation, . . . → Read More: The Canadian Progressive: One in five Canadians think women encourage sexual assault when drunk
Justin Trudeau is popular? It doesn’t matter.The federal Liberals are still extremely behind in the polls. The last three major polls conducted, with 100% accuracy, show the Liberal Party is far behind the Conservatives and in fact the Grits are at the… . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Liberals Down In All Major Polls, Arrogance Is Up
Justin Trudeau is popular? It doesn’t matter.
The federal Liberals are still extremely behind in the polls. The last three major polls conducted, with 100% accuracy, show the Liberal Party is far behind the Conservatives and in fact the Grits are at their lowest level of support in Canadian history. Those polls were of course . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Liberals Down In All Major Polls, Arrogance Is Up
You might remember that I wrote about this last year. Now the Ottawa public school board has some results to talk about. And they are for sure talking about it. The big takeaway for them is the diversity of the student population. Now, anyone can see this for themselves by following a school bus around . . . → Read More: Trashy’s World: OCDSB survey
A survey by the Randstad’s Global Workmonitor found that seven out of ten employees (59%) indicate a romantic relationships between co-worker are common in Canada. And two thirds (66%) approve. Makes sense, doesn’t it? Where else to turn to for love and comfort than someone you already know? After all, an office or company is . . . → Read More: CANADIAN PROGRESSIVE WORLD: Canadians OK with office romance: Survey
Eight-nine per cent of Ontarians feel their communities would benefit environmentally and economically by incorporating green alternatives, according to a new survey conducted by Research House. Green product manufacturers and suppliers may look into upcoming community development projects such as public parks and community centres for potential collaboration opportunities.
The April 2012 survey focused . . . → Read More: Carbon49 – Sustainability for Canadian businesses: Ontarians Want More Sustainable Communities
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A new poll released today shows that American voters take global warming pollution very seriously and want to see action from government and the private sector to curb emissions and support clean energy solutions.
The new Yale-GMU survey found that 76% of Americans believe that regulating CO2 emissions should . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: New Poll: American Voters Very Concerned About Global Warming Pollution, Support Taxing Dirty Energy