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Wynne Liberals (34%) Losing Ground but Hold Tenuous Lead over PCs and New Leader Patrick Brown (32%)

Friday, May 22, 2015

Toronto, ON – The Wynne Liberals are losing ground since the last election in Ontario but still hold a tenuous lead over the PCs, according to a new Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of Global News. 

Ontarians (92%) see Public Register of Licensed Trades Professionals as Important Tool that Protects Consumers

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Toronto, ON – Most (92%) Ontarians ‘agree’ (53% strongly/39% somewhat) that the public register of the Ontario College of Trades, which allows consumers to verify the credentials of a skilled trades professional, ‘is an important...

NDP (44%) Hold Narrow Lead Over BC Liberals (41%)

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Vancouver, BC – May 14th marks the two year anniversary of the stunning come from behind re-election of Christy Clark and the BC Liberals. A new Ipsos Reid poll, taken at the mid-point of the government’s four year mandate, shows...

Albertans Want Next Government to Focus on Healthcare (46%), Acting in Taxpayers’ Best Interest (37%), Providing an Open and Honest Government (28%) and Diversifying the Economy (25%) Above All Else

Wednesday, May 06, 2015

Calgary, AB – As the polls close and the votes are being counted, an Ipsos poll conducted for Global News and Corus Entertainment has revealed that Albertans want the new government to focus on healthcare, acting in the best...

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