Coronavirus: One in Five Would Have No Money After One Month

Dire Straits:
If Canadians Have to Liquidate all the Money they
Have Access to for the Necessities of Life, One in
Five (21%) Would Have No Money to Tap into
After One Month

Coronavirus: Canada’s Workforce Believe They Cannot Afford to Miss Work

Half (47%) of Canada’s Workforce Believe They
Cannot Afford to Miss Work Because they Have No
Benefits or Anything to Fall Back On

Coronavirus: Confidence in Public and Health Officials Rise

As COVID-19 Virus Concern Grips
Canadians, Confidence in Public and
Health Officials Rise

Coronavirus: Half of Canadians Concerned about Contracting Covid-19

Half (52% +20) of Canadians Concerned
they Might Actually Contract the
COVID-19 Virus

Quarterly Approval Rating and Rankings of Canada’s Premiers March 2020

As the Pandemic Begins, Premiers Approval Ratings Benchmarked to a New Era

Coronavirus: More Canadians Concerned they may Contract Covid-19

Amid Growing World Alarm Over Virus
Spread and Impact, More (32% +3 –-
approximately 10 million now) Canadians
Concerned they may Contract Covid-19

Broken Country

A DART & maru/BLUE Poll released today provides a sweeping overview to how Canadians have reacted to the events and players surrounding the Wet’suwet’en conflict, and their perceptions about the many policies and priorities at stake. And even though complicated issues often take great patience and dialogue to solve, it’s apparent that most Canadians nowadays want less of “jaw jaw” and more of “fix fix” — for this and all other Indigenous related matters. The summary from the polling conducted this week is grouped into various chapters of a story that seems, to a majority, always the same and never ending.

Despite Escalating Strikes versus Strong Rhetoric and Compensation for Parents of Displaced Children, Ontario’s Teachers Unions Strengthen Public Opinion Hand in War of Attrition with Ontario Government

A new DART & Maru/Blue Poll conducted for Sun Media finds that after having weathered two months of battle between the Ontario government and its teachers’ unions, the government has a weaker hand than it did at the outset—despite all the rhetoric and strike action—and it doesn’t appear they will win this war of attrition in the public domain.

Coronavirus: Confidence and Calm Amidst Outbreak

But three and 10 (29%) are concerned they will contract the coronavirus and one in six (18%) would take another bus seat if a person of apparent Chinese origin with no cold symptoms sat down beside them

Abortion: A Canadian Public Perspective after Three Decades

It has been fifty years since having an abortion in Canada was legalized: in 1969 the government of Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau (Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s father) passed a bill which included an amendment to the criminal code allowing abortions to be performed in a hospital. Since two decisions by the Supreme Court—in February, 1988 that Canada’s abortion legislation was unconstitutional and the following Tremblay v Daigle decision in 1989— having an abortion in Canada is not limited by law.