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Are Fractured Families Income-Busters?

OTTAWA, ON – The debate over income inequality and poverty in Canada is a hot topic that ha...

Missing Family Dynamics

Dr. Mark Milke considers the role of family factors in changing rates of poverty and inequality, ...

Few Same Sex Marriages, Religious Freedom Concerns

Ray Pennings, Cardus Vice-President on Australian radio Hope 103.2 to discuss the Canadian experi...

Building Instability

The new 2016 Census family data has been released. This new information will help us understand h...

Andrea Mrozek on SiriusXM Canada

Andrea Mrozek appears on National Post Radio via Sirius XM Satellite Radio to discuss the new Cen...

Family census data presents new challenges for the Church

Deborah Gyapong reports on the new Census 2016 data in the Catholic Register.

Andrea Mrozek on Ottawa's CFRA

Andrea Mrozek speaks with Brian Lilley on Ottawa’s CFRA radio about the recently release Ce...

More Canadians living with Grandparents according to new Census

Tasha Kheiriddin welcomes Andrea Mrozek of Cardus Family to look forward to what the new Census i...

Census reveals more Canadians living in multi-generational households

Andrea Mrozek speaks with Tasha Kheiriddin on AM640 in Toronto about what the decline in marriage...

Increased Family Complexity Masks Family Instability

OTTAWA, ON – The latest Canadian family census data show that Canada is charting a course t...

Canadian family stability

Andrea Mrozek discusses the new census information with Danielle Smith on AM770 radio in Calgary.

Forgetting To Always Remember

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At the Heart of Health

In September 2016, Cardus Family released an in-depth report called Marriage is Good for Your Hea...

At the Heart of Health, Continued

In the second installment of a two part article, Cardus Family's Andrea Mrozek sits down with...

At The Heart of Health

Cardus Family's Andrea Mrozek sits down with Dr. Sue Johnson, creator of a highly effective s...

Review: To Whom Do Children Belong?

Melissa Moschella. To Whom Do Children Belong? Parental Rights, Civic Education, and Children&rsq...

Marriage is Good for Your Health

As governments and individuals struggle to make informed and well-considered public policy decisi...

Five Reasons Why Marriage is a Public Health Issue

FIVE REASONS WHY MARRIAGE IS A PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUE OTTAWA, September 29, 2016—Marriage is ...

Taking Pressure Off the Foster-Care System

The number of foster parents in Canada is dwindling. Morag Demers, senior analyst with the Ontari...

The Canada Family Life Project

Canadians place a high value on family. Yet a number of obstacles threaten their ability to achie...

Cardus Family Launch: Canada Family Life Project

Please join us as we launch Cardus Family with our research release The Canada Family Life Proj...

The Canadian Family: Focus on Marriage

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Financial Impact of Divorce

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Making Marriage Work

Let's face it: discussing inequality is a sterile affair. Our debates on inequality often take pl...

The marriage gap between rich and poor Canadians

The IMFC has done the first ever analysis of Statistics Canada data examining the link between ma...

Finding fault with no-fault divorce

Canadian law values marriage as a short-term prospect through no-fault divorce. This report was p...

Benefits of marriage for adults

Despite the depiction of married life in popular media as drudgery, social science has consistent...

Growing up married, growing up common-law

Connecting parental marital status with teen attitudes and behaviours. This report was published ...