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Nearly half of women in Canada have fewer children than they want, according to the new Cardus report, She’s (Not) Having a Baby: Why Half of Canadian Women Are Falling Short of Their Fertility Desires. What do women need to help them fulfill their plans for family life?
BACKGROUNDER: She’s (Not) Having a Baby: Why Half of Canadian Women Are Falling Short of Their Fertility Desires
This one-page brief offers the highlights of She’s (Not) Having a Baby: Why Half of Canadian Women Are Falling Short of Their Fertility Desires, a Cardus report on Canada’s historically low fertility rate.
Medical Assistance in Dying will soon heat up again as an issue on Parliament Hill. As that happens, Cardus Health is growing with the addition of Rebecca Vachon to lead our research and policy work on end-of-life care, aging and dying, and social isolation issues.
L’aide médicale à mourir va prendre de l’espace comme issu politique à la colline du parlement bientôt. Au même temps, le Programme Santé de Cardus s'agrandit avec l'ajout de Rebecca Vachon pour diriger nos travaux de recherche et d'élaboration de politiques sur les soins de fin de vie, le vieillissement, la mort et les problèmes d'isolement social.
New survey data confirms what we know intuitively: Sacred texts help cultivate behaviours that serve the common good. How can a deeply pluralist Canada make more room for the communities that use these texts?
Will new federal child care legislation really help Canadian families?
Ray Pennings, executive vice-president of Cardus, calls on Canada’s justice minister to clarify his remarks on doctor-assisted suicide.
Canadians are seeing an increasingly negative association with faith, which suggests that faith communities aren’t telling their story well,” says Ray Pennings, executive vice-president of Cardus in this press release.