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Cardus Gets Keys to Chedoke Estate, Prepares for Restoration Work
With the keys now in Cardus’s hands, the much-needed restoration and reopening of Hamilton’s Chedoke Estate will soon become a reality.
STATEMENT regarding Census Data on Religious Diversity
The 2021 Census shows declining religious affiliation in Canada, according to Statistics Canada. But there is some nuance to that story. Cardus issued a statement to the media outlining the enduring importance of faith in Canadian society and the need for continued efforts to respect those who are religious.
Canada's New Working Class Requires New Policies and Priorities
Canada’s New Working Class offers leaders a contemporary, modern understanding of the 6.5 million Canadians who are in the working class.
Indigenous Economic Reconciliation Deserves New Attention
The economic and employment gap between Indigenous people and the rest of Canada barely budged between 2008 and 2020.
STATEMENT Regarding a National Holiday for Queen Elizabeth II
A national holiday recognizes that Queen Elizabeth herself was the very embodiment of those traditions and principles.
STATEMENT Regarding Queen Elizabeth II
We mourn the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth.
Ontario's Pandemic Learning Loss Catch-Up Funding is Unjust
Ontario is leaving out thousands of students from its $93 million increase in special education grant funding to help make up for pandemic learning loss.
Cardus Education Survey Confirms Christian Schools' Fulfill Their Purpose in the United States, Canada and Australia
A three-country comparison of school outcomes confirms Christian independent schools fulfill their intended purpose and perform at similar levels.
Report Reveals New Approach To Community Benefits Agreements
Governments can now implement truly advantageous Community Benefits Agreements (CBAs) thanks to a new best practices framework and guide by Cardus, a non-partisan think tank.