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Majority (56%) of Canadians Underestimate the Proportion of Children who go to School Hungry During the School Year

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Toronto, ON – Canadians underestimate the proportion of children who go to school hungry during the school year, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of Breakfast for Learning. The survey revealed that a majority... 

Two in Three (66%) Canadians Support Extension of Canadian Forces Mission against ISIS in Iraq

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Toronto, ON – In anticipation of the government introducing legislation to extend the length – and possibly the scope – of the Canadian Forces mission against ISIS, a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of Global News has found...

Most (88%) Canadians Support Requirement for People to Show Face during Canadian Citizenship Ceremonies

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Toronto, ON – Most (88%) Canadians ‘support’ (65% strongly/23% somewhat) a ‘requirement that people show their face during Canadian citizenship ceremonies’, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of Global News. Just...

Digital Divergence: Opportunities for Marketers to Leverage Social Networking to Engage with Younger Adult Consumers

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Toronto, ON – FOMO, YOLO, ‘Shipping’ - with the introduction of newer technologies, media platforms, and a younger generation of consumers keen to use them, comes a new lexicon of language. These newly developed acronyms, phrases...

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