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The Pandemic’s Education Fallout is Real

The consequences of the pandemic on K-12 students are a serious and understudied problem in Canada.


STATEMENT regarding Launch of the Palliative Care Atlas for Ontario

Cardus supports Pallium Canada's launch of its Palliative Care Atlas for Ontario.

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Criminal Record Reform Could Help Reduce Repeat Offences

Let's not reduce people with criminal records to a list of the worst decisions of their lives.

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The Missing Link Between Climate Change and Women’s Fertility

Cardus Senior Fellow and demographer Lyman Stone explores the question of whether climate-change concerns cause women in Canada to want fewer children.

Cardus Appoints New President for U.S.

Cardus is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Lynn Swaner as President U.S.

STATEMENT on the Passing of Ian Shugart

Cardus issues condolences on the passing of Sen. Ian Shugart.

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STATEMENT regarding Health Canada’s Fourth Annual Report on MAiD Deaths

A statement on the alarming growth in euthanasia deaths in Canada.

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DÉCLARATION concernant le projet de loi C-314 et l’élargissement de l’euthanasie et du suicide assisté pour les personnes atteintes de maladies mentales

Notre déclaration concernant le rejet du projet de loi C-314 par le Parlement

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STATEMENT regarding Bill C-314 and the expansion of euthanasia to Canadians with mental illness

Our statement on Parliament’s rejection of Bill C-314

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