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Canadian evenly split on Mulcair’s view of Oilsands’ Impact on the Economy

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The latest Canadian Press/Harris Decima survey measured reactions to Opposition leader Thomas Mulcair’s remarks regarding the effect that the oilsands have on Canada’s economic development


According to Senior Vice-President Doug Anderson, “Our survey suggests that those who have the most to lose if oilsands development were to be slowed as a means to assist other economic sectors are the ones paying the most attention to the ‘Dutch Disease’ debate. On top of that, no region seems particularly convinced that oilsands development has been hurting exports of other sectors of Canada’s economy.”

Un Canadien sur trois est insatisfait de l'avancement de sa carrière

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Deuxième édition du sondage L'état du capital humain de Ceridian réalisé par Harris/Décima

Ceridian Canada a publié aujourd'hui les résultats de son deuxième sondage de la série L'état du capital humain, qui met en lumière l'évolution des attitudes et des perceptions chez les travailleurs du Canada. Ceridian a mandaté la firme Harris/Décima pour sonder 800 employés canadiens quant à la perception de la sécurité d'emploi, à la confiance envers les dirigeants, aux attentes à la suite d'une évaluation du rendement, à la reconnaissance professionnelle et à la satisfaction professionnelle dans l'ensemble.
 

One in Three Canadians Unhappy with Career Progress

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Ceridian’s 2nd Pulse of Talent Survey Conducted by Harris Decima

Ceridian Canada today released its 2nd Pulse of Talent survey, revealing the changing attitudes and perceptions of Canadian workers. For this study, Harris Decima was commissioned to survey 800 employed Canadians and measured perceived job security, confidence in leadership, expectations following a performance review, job recognition and overall career satisfaction.

 

Égalité statistique entre le NPD et le Parti conservateur

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Le dernier sondage La Presse Canadienne-Harris/Décima sur les intentions de vote révèle ce qui suit :

 

Intentions to take a cruise vacation not hampered by safety concerns

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In the wake of several recent cruise industry accidents and the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, concerns over cruise ship safety have not yet translated into a drop in Canadians intentions to take a cruise.

According to Harris/Decima Vice-President Patricia Thacker, “While Canadians have clearly taken notice of the cruise industry’s recent troubles, they don’t appear to be giving up on the industry just yet.”
 

NDP Holds Four Point Lead

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The NDP currently holds a four-point lead over the Conservatives. The NDP stands at 34%, the Conservatives 30%, the Liberals 20%, the Greens 8%, and the BQ 7%.

 

NDP and Conservatives in Statistical Tie

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Over the latest week, the NDP and Conservatives are in a statistical tie. In this period, the NDP stands at 33%, the Conservatives 30%, the Liberals 20%, the Greens 8% and the BQ 7%.

 

Canadian Fans Want a Canadian Stanley Cup Champion, but Divided over Cheering for Canucks or Senators

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According to Senior Vice-President Doug Anderson “Seeing a Canadian team win the Stanley Cup is something as close to a national dream as you might find, but if forced to choose between the two Canadian teams left, opinion is divided over whether Canadians would prefer to see the Vancouver Canucks or the Ottawa Senators hoist the Cup this year. That being said, the more avid fans are more likely to be rallying behind the Vancouver Canucks. The fact that these two teams cannot possibly face each other before the finals suggests that Canadian fans will likely be cheering for both teams during the early rounds, regardless of which of the two they would pull for if they face each other in the final.”

Conservateurs et néodémocrates au coude à coude

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Le dernier sondage La Presse Canadienne-Harris/Décima sur les intentions de vote révèle ce qui suit :

À l’échelle nationale, le Parti conservateur détient une avance de 2 points. Le Parti conservateur récolte 34 % des appuis, le NPD 32 %, le Parti libéral 19 %, le Parti vert 8 % et le Bloc Québécois 6 %.

 

Conservatives and NDP Neck and Neck

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Nationally, the Conservatives hold a two point lead. The Conservatives stand at 34%, to 32% for the NDP, 19% for the Liberals, 8% for the Greens, and 6% for the BQ.