Top Issues in Canada

Every month we are tracking the top issue concerns of Canadians across the country. This forum is an open discussion on latest issues at a national, regional and local level.

Every month we are tracking the top issue concerns of Canadians across the country. This forum is an open discussion on latest issues at a national, regional and local level.

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  • Top issues feb

    The national issue agenda among Canadians continues to evolve. Economic issues now occupy the top two spots, while concern over healthcare has decreased. What do you think is the most pressing issue facing this country?


    The national issue agenda among Canadians continues to evolve. Economic issues now occupy the top two spots, while concern over healthcare has decreased. What do you think is the most pressing issue facing this country?


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    The increase in ISIL/ISIS and other terrorist activities around the world - OR - the decrease in oil prices and the likely downward pressure on the Canadian economy? And why?

    The increase in ISIL/ISIS and other terrorist activities around the world - OR - the decrease in oil prices and the likely downward pressure on the Canadian economy? And why?

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    Economy jan 2015

    Canadians are going into 2015 much the same way they came into 2014, with positive ratings on the condition of the national economy, and majority say the country is heading in the right direction.  

    While the national numbers remain strong the perceptions in Alberta and the Prairies seem to be following the price of oil…down…if you haven’t been following the stock market. 

    How low will the price of a barrel of oil go and will it eventually dampen the economic assessment in the rest of Canada? 

    Will a rise in economic concern help or hurt the Federal Conservative Government or will the opposition parties be able to link their management of the economy to the drop in oil and see similar decline in Conservative support? 



    Canadians are going into 2015 much the same way they came into 2014, with positive ratings on the condition of the national economy, and majority say the country is heading in the right direction.  

    While the national numbers remain strong the perceptions in Alberta and the Prairies seem to be following the price of oil…down…if you haven’t been following the stock market. 

    How low will the price of a barrel of oil go and will it eventually dampen the economic assessment in the rest of Canada? 

    Will a rise in economic concern help or hurt the Federal Conservative Government or will the opposition parties be able to link their management of the economy to the drop in oil and see similar decline in Conservative support? 



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