COVID, Christmas, and holiday plans of Canadians

December 8, 2020
Radio Canada International

A new poll by the independent Angus Reid Institute in partnership with Cardus an independent think tank, conducted the online survey of  5,003 Canadians about their attitudes and intentions during this holiday period. It showed that most were reducing social contacts. In 2019 just over half of respondents said they visited friends or family in other communities or provinces (51%).  This year 10 per cent said they would do so this year.