The National Angus Reid/Southam News Poll
86% believe governments are addicted to the money generated from gambling. One in three (35%) Canadians know of a problem gambler. VLTs considered the "most harmful" form of gambling
Three Quarters (73%) Indicate That over the past Couple of Years, Problems Associated with Gambling Has Increased in Their Province. Eight in Ten (86%) Believe That It Is up to the Individual to Control Their Gambling, Whatever the Consequences.
Only Half Of Canadians Pass (50%) The Test. Results Show A Wide "Knowledge Gap" In Canada: 63% Of Those With A High School Degree Or Less Failed The Test, While 31% Failed Among The University Educated. Canadians' Knowledge Of Their History And Culture Remains Regionalized.
TORONTONIANS GIVE LASTMAN THUMBS-UP
THE YEAR 2000 WILL BE WELCOMED IN THROUGH PARTIES (23%), TRAVELLING (10%) AND DINING OUT (5%)
A BID TO BRING THE 2008 SUMMER OLYMPICS TO TORONTO
Homework Study Shows the Internet to be In-Vogue and Invaluable for Canadian Students with Home Access
Canadian children who access the Internet at home are spending over a quarter of their homework time (26 per cent) on-line carrying out research for school assignments.
- HALF (50%) OF CANADIANS SAY THEY HAVE MADE PLANS TO CELEBRATE THIS NEW YEAR'S EVE - 50% HAVE NOT-
Seven In Ten (68%) Canadians Say That The Vancouver Police Were Right To Charge Marty McSorley With Assault After High Sticking Donald Brashear