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 ›
How can policy-makers ensure that the burden of climate action is broadly distributed, and not disproportionately affecting low- and mid-skilled workers? This paper argues that the focus should be on lowering the emission intensity of the sector rather than abandoning resource development altogether.
Solutions for families both during and after the pandemic.
Matthew House Ottawa provides services to refugee claimants, offering them a temporary place to live in Ottawa, Ontario, and access to an established support network as they start their new life in Canada.
The story of Canadian attitudes toward medical assistance in dying (MAiD), or doctor-assisted suicide, is a complex one. It is clear that general support for MAiD has increased since it has become legal, but for most Canadians, many caveats accompany their support. This public opinion survey by the Angus Reid Group, commissioned by Cardus, outlines the many caveats and concerns Canadians express about the breadth and speed of the expansion of MAiD.
There is broad consensus that action is desperately needed in the long-term care system.