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Opinion: Canadians' support of capital punishment for murder ticks up after several years of stability

Opinion: Canadians' support of capital punishment for murder ticks up after several years of stability

Over the past couple of years, discussions about the death penalty have carried on in some countries. The United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union (EU) precipitated a debate on the reconsideration of capital punishment.
Opinion: Fewer than one in five Canadians support country’s continued monarchy status

Opinion: Fewer than one in five Canadians support country’s continued monarchy status

Once a year, Research Co. and Glacier Media ask Canadians about the monarchy and the members of the Royal Family.
Opinion: Commuting by car in Metro Vancouver has become more appealing post-pandemic

Opinion: Commuting by car in Metro Vancouver has become more appealing post-pandemic

In May 2019, Research Co. and Glacier Media developed what was meant to be an annual survey focusing on the commuting habits of Metro Vancouverites .
Opinion: Most British Columbians want an inquiry into foreign election interference

Opinion: Most British Columbians want an inquiry into foreign election interference

B.C. leads the way in endorsing an independent inquiry.
Opinion: In an early federal election, there is no clear frontrunner

Opinion: In an early federal election, there is no clear frontrunner

The past few days have provided more opportunities for speculation about an early federal election in Canada. Topics such as foreign interference and the type of people who some of our members of Parliament choose to meet dominated the airwaves.
Opinion: Are Trudeau and Poilievre overpaid? Canadians don’t really know

Opinion: Are Trudeau and Poilievre overpaid? Canadians don’t really know

In some countries, the initial public reaction to creeping inflation is to scrutinize the salary of politicians.
Opinion: Only a quarter of British Columbians meet national exercise guidelines regularly

Opinion: Only a quarter of British Columbians meet national exercise guidelines regularly

Only 21 per cent of Canadians claim to have met the Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines every week for the past three months.
Opinion: Nearly a quarter of British Columbians would welcome vaccine passports back as COVID concerns abate

Opinion: Nearly a quarter of British Columbians would welcome vaccine passports back as COVID concerns abate

More than half are satisfied with the way the provincial government has managed the pandemic.
Opinion: More than half of British Columbians ready for a new PM, says poll

Opinion: More than half of British Columbians ready for a new PM, says poll

Growing number of British Columbians feel ready for a change in Ottawa