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As inflation runs hot, Canadians plan to cool spending on holiday gifts: poll – National
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As inflation runs hot, Canadians plan to cool spending on holiday gifts: poll – National

‘Tis the season to spend less and worry. That’s how many Canadians are feeling ahead of the winter holidays this year as they grapple with high inflation and soaring interest rates. In a new Ipsos poll done exclusively for Global News and released Monday, 30 per cent of Canadians said they will rein in their gift shopping this holiday season and spend less compared with previous years. However, 52 per cent of people said they anticipated spending about the same as before. Read more: Inflation, interest rates, recession? Poll finds these Canadians are worrying the most Read More Inflation, interest rates, recession? Poll finds these Canadians are worrying the most ...
Canadian support for climate change initiatives lags ahead of COP27: Ipsos – National
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Canadian support for climate change initiatives lags ahead of COP27: Ipsos – National

Ahead of the COP27 forum, Canada appears to rank near the bottom of 34 countries when it comes to public support for measures to help tackle climate change, a new poll suggests. When asked about support for a range of initiatives governments could propose, such as subsidies for clean technology and providing incentives to invest in green financial products, Ipsos polling of citizens from 34 countries indicates support among Canadians ranks between the 27th and 31st spots. Read more: On COP27 eve, climate activists block private jets from leaving Amsterdam airport Read More On COP27 eve, climate activists block private jets from leaving Amsterdam airport “These res...
Hockey Canada sexual misconduct scandals reflect broader problem: Ipsos poll – National
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Hockey Canada sexual misconduct scandals reflect broader problem: Ipsos poll – National

With Hockey Canada in the midst of a series of scandals around sexual abuse allegations, new polling suggests 60 per cent of Canadians say the recent revelations reflect a broader problem of sexual harassment, assault, and violence within hockey culture in Canada. A new Ipsos poll done exclusively for Global News and released on Tuesday also indicated that women are more likely to view the allegations as more of a pervasive issue and not a series of isolated events, said Darrell Bricker, CEO of Ipsos public affairs.And the problem is not limited to hockey, he added. Read more: Hockey Canada: Calls for cultural change spark period of reckoning for sport Read More Hockey Canada: Calls for cult...