Canadians Shared Values, Issues and Symbols: ACS Releases Major National Survey

    MONTREAL, April 27 /CNW Telbec/ - Debates over shared values are the
object of increasing attention in Canada. What are the shared ideas, concerns
and symbols that unite Canadians? To provide insight into these issues the
Association for Canadian Studies commissioned the firm Leger Marketing to ask
Canadians about the importance they attribute to Universal Health Care, Gender
Equality, Income Inequities, Multiculturalism, the Charter of Rights,
Accommodation of Religious Minorities, Separation of Church and State,
Pacifism, Bilingualism and a number of others. Some 1500 Canadians were
surveyed between April 3rd and 12th and the detailed results will be made
available on the web site of the ACS at 10am Monday, April 30th. The results
also include a special focus on the issues on Multiculturalism and the Charter
of Rights.

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For further information: Jack Jedwab, (514) 925-3098

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