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 ›
This backgrounder is intended to provide context for Cardus’s focus on loneliness and social isolation. Cardus research is intended not only to raise awareness and provide insight into a particular area of public life, but also to stimulate action and behavioural changes that have a positive impact on social flourishing.
The shortage of personal support workers, the most numerous group of frontline workers in LTC homes and the group responsible for the majority of hands-on care, is acute. But why is this happening?
How Ontario lottery and gaming can work for, not against, low income households
Embracing Innovation and Diversity in Ontario K–12 Education
A Case Study of Pacific Academy
A Case Study of Our Lady of Lourdes Elementary School
A Case Study of Woodland Christian High School
This paper aims to provide a historical context for why freedom of religion and conscience is foundational to Canadian democracy, diversity, pluralism, and to our common life as human beings living in this place, this Canada.
Cardus is offering a clear plan of action to equip Canada’s governments to supply immediate financial support to charities in order to protect their capacity to provide crucial front-line services during and after the immediate crisis.