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Darrell Bricker
CEO Ipsos Public Affairs. Social-political researcher, author, commentator. 6 bestsellers including Big Shift and Empty Planet. Read NEXT for latest.
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Statistics Canada 6m
rose by 62,000 (+0.3%) in November, following an increase of 84,000 (+0.5%) in October. For more info:
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John Tory 45m
Don’t forget, this Saturday the Saturday Farmers Market will resume its full operations. Support local businesses and farmers selling fresh and prepared foods starting at 5AM to 3PM.
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Replying to @JennyYoungUK
Maple syrup ruins you for any other option. You won’t be able to have waffles or pancakes any other way again.
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Canadian Paintings 15h
Snowshoeing by Moonlight J.E.H. MacDonald 1910
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Cliff Young 21h
Pleased to join to discuss the future of forecasting & recap some of 2020’s mixed signals. Throughout 2020, the national horse race polls favored Biden, but that wasn’t the full story.
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Kelly Beaver 3h
Check out this year’s Almanac - A great round up of the year, full of interesting insights about a year that has been unlike any other!
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Darrell Bricker 4h
Canadians worry vaccine won’t come fast enough to stop coronavirus surge: Ipsos - National |
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Simon Atkinson Dec 3
REVIEW: ⬇️. For latest analysis, as we try to take stock, join us at our end of year webinar next week ➡️
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Darrell Bricker 16h
Congratulations Sean!
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Ipsos US 18h
Back to politics - according to the latest / Ipsos Core , a majority of Americans (58%) say they approve of how President-elect Joe is handling his new position.
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Ipsos US 20h
Drive success in 2021. Join us on Dec 8 to hear new measuring the impact that COVID-19 is having on Shared preferences among American consumers relative to the world.
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Canadian Paintings 19h
The Pilot Deborah Lougheed Sinclair 1984
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T O R O N T O 🍁 Dec 3
It's Thursday, December 3, 2020. We'll see a Mix of Sun/Cloud 🌤️ today with a High of 4°C. Have a Great Day 💙 📷 c/o IG: tom__t 🙏🏼
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Ipsos Canada Dec 3
Face the future with certainty. Read our report for into what Cdns are looking for from businesses + drives customer choice. We include tips on how you can provide exceptional that keep returning.
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Ipsos Canada Dec 3
Ad Nation 2020, new Ipsos commissioned by , found that the Cdns are not as prolific on as we assumed - it may be time to course correct if you want to make the best decisions.
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Canadian Paintings Dec 3
The Ramparts, Quebec Robert Wakeham Pilot 1949
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Ben Page, Ipsos MORI Dec 2
78% of people globally want more regulation of tech companies - Warning lights are flashing for Big Tech as they did for banks via
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Darrell Bricker Dec 2
Thanks! Glad you like it.
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Constantine Argiropoulos Dec 2
Interesting read 'Next' The effect of demographics in Canada on business, products, services, sports. As Canadian society continues to evolve, tolerance and acceptance drive the economy forward.
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The Junction Dec 2
Celebrating the magic of winter in the city, 's windows are painted with whimsical scenes of people frolicking in the snow. 💙 'Tis the season to shop The Junction!
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