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Health Care in Canada Survey: 13th Edition (HCIC 2018)

August 22, 2018 --- Results of the 13th edition of the Health Care in Canada (HCIC) survey were announced today in Ottawa. Established in 1998, the HCIC Survey is Canada’s longest-running, most in-depth survey of the public, general/family physicians, specialists, nurses, pharmacists, allied health professionals, and health care administrators. It identifies and tracks perceived strengths, areas of concern, key current issues, and opportunities for improvement in health care quality, accessibility and affordability.

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Canadians Increasingly Happy with Trudeau Government’s Handling of NAFTA Negotiations

August 17, 2018 --- Representing a significant 11-point increase since December 2017, 56% of Canadians approve of the job that the Trudeau Government is doing in the ongoing NAFTA negotiations with the U.S. and Mexico.  Just 24% disapprove, and 20% are unsure.

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Six-in-ten Ontarians hold moderately positive impressions of their primary hospital

August 8, 2018 --- Our annual provincial benchmarking survey reveals that the reputation scores for Ontario’s hospitals remain steady and moderately positive – overall and in terms of quality of care. However, there are notable differences across the regions.

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Six-in-ten Ontarians are moderately satisfied with their municipal government, but this isn’t true in every region

August 3, 2018 --- Our annual provincial benchmarking survey reveals that Ontarians’ municipal satisfaction levels remain steady and moderately positive – in terms of both governance and services. However, there are notable differences in satisfaction levels across the regions.

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