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To Tell the Truth: Only Half (49%) of Canadians are Always Truthful About Their Financial Situation; Others Tell ‘White Lies’ (45%), or Blatantly Lie (6%)

Friday, February 27, 2015

Toronto, ON – Many Canadians aren’t entirely truthful about their finances, including their income, savings and debt levels, according to a new poll conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of BDO Canada Ltd. In fact, half admit to telling... 


Grits (34%) and Tories (33%) Once Again Locked in Tie, NDP (23%) Steady

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Toronto, ON – The four-point lead that the Conservative enjoyed just last month has evaporated, with a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted exclusively for Global News revealing the federal Liberals and Conservatives are once again tied....


One in Ten (8%) Women in Canada Has Worked in a “Sexually Exploitative” Work Environment

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Toronto, ON – Continuing the focus on physical and sexual assault and harassment against women, an new Ipsos Reid poll conducted exclusively for Global News has revealed that one in ten (8%) women in Canada has ‘worked in a...


Majority (68%) of Female Sexual Assault Victims Were Under 18 Years of Age at the Time

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Toronto, ON – A staggering proportion of female sexual assault victims were under the age of 18 at the time of at least one of these occurrences, according to an Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of Global News.

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