Cardus Condemns Recent Expressions of Hate

November 18, 2016
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OTTAWA—Cardus unequivocally condemns the expressions of hatred that have appeared recently through graffiti in several places within Canada, including in Ottawa and Montreal.

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Sterling Legal Minds Explore Religious Freedom Issues in New Book

November 17, 2016
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Cardus hosts official release of newly published compilation Religious Freedom and Communities.

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Hiring: Senior Web Developer

October 31, 2016
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Cardus is looking for a Senior PHP Developer with 5-10 years of PHP coding experience.

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Payday Loan Issue Won't Be Solved by Education Alone

October 25, 2016
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Cardus research shows reform of payday loan industry and creation of new alternatives are possible.

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Major National Education Report Breaks Religious Independent School Stereotypes

October 11, 2016
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As debate rages across Canada over the role of independent schools within the public education system, major think tank Cardus has released its latest national education survey.

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Five Reasons Why Marriage is a Public Health Issue

September 29, 2016
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Marriage is a private choice in Canada, but a new Cardus report indicates that it also has very public consequences for our universal, taxpayer-funded healthcare system. Marriage is Good for your Health reviews 50 published, empirical medical studies that have established a correlation between marital status and health. In fact, the research indicates that a happy marriage provides five main health benefits to adults, compared to those who are single, co-habiting, divorced, separated, or widowed...

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Universities Canada Proposes Exclusivity Over Diversity

September 14, 2016
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HAMILTON, September 14, 2016—The consortium of Canadian universities that just lobbied Ottawa for $900 million in funding is poised to expel smaller schools unless they accept membership changes that violate human rights law, Convivium magazine reports.

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One in Three Canadians are Dissatisfied with their Work-Life Balance, poll shows

September 2, 2016
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OTTAWA, September 2, 2016—Labour Day marks the end of summer holidays and a return to school and work. It's a busy time and new poll results show that Canadians feel this. In a recent Nanos Research poll about one in three (30%) of working Canadians said they are dissatisfied with their work-life balance.

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Local congregations provide significant economic benefits to their communities

June 16, 2016
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A study of the economic effects of 10 Toronto-area religious congregations finds they contribute services valued at more than $45 million to their surrounding communities every year.

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