UK, US & Canada survey shows North Americans most enthused about plain-speaking Pontiff, Britons less so
Awareness breeds contempt: The more Canadians are aware of Fair Elections Act, the more they oppose it
New survey reveals most Canadians aren’t following the issue closely
Those Canadians most likely to vote in 2015 election put Liberals, Conservatives in dead heat
First poll on Liberal leader’s tactic shows just over half of respondents approve; nearly one-third unsure what to think, greatest support from past NDP voters
Majority of British Columbians surveyed are on side with Canucks players, coach; but say a major trade is needed for success this season
Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil surges to second place post-election. Newfoundland’s Dunderdale is at back of pack.
Christmas uniquely brings whole nations together for family and religious reasons
But controversial issue appears to be no clear threat to Conservative political fortunes
While majorities in French and English Canada choose “Christmas” when asked what they prefer to call December 25th, Quebecers are more split.
In a three country survey, Canadians most likely to purchase with credit