We conduct public opinion research into faith and the faithful in Canadian public life. Together with the Angus Reid Institute, we’re building a research, networking, and conversation initiative focused on faith-motivated activities and organizations that strengthen Canada’s social fabric. Learn More ›
The new 2016 Census family data has been released. This new information will help us understand how marriage, divorce, cohabitation, and many other indicators are faring in our country. Data comparison with years gone by is more difficult this year, given the way in which Statistics Canada is presenting the data. In many instances, the disparate family forms of cohabitation and marriage are lumped together.
A spate of media articles has caused Ontario parents real concern. Here’s what happened and where parents should—and should not—be concerned.
Because of historical, cultural, and governmental differences between Quebec and the rest of Canada, we have considered responses from Quebec high school graduates separately from the primary Cardus Education Survey 2016 report. This research brief reports the findings from Quebec, where it seems that schools may be choosing between an emphasis on faith formation or academic and civic formation.
The City Soul Explorer Toolkit offers four modules and practical tools to facilitate communication and closer collaboration between city planning and faith-based organizations. The Toolkit outlines a way in which the often distinct worlds of city planners and administrators and community-serving religious organizations can be bridged and brought closer together to build the social capacity of cities, towns, and neighbourhoods.
Robyn Benson’s charge to her members over the payroll debacle is at the heart of why unions in Canada are in decline.