Social Research

The ACS is well known for its social research on topics ranging from history knowledge to public perceptions of racism, to opinion on political parties. Quoted in news outlets across the country, our research is tightly intertwined with the ACS mission, that of increasing Canadians’ knowledge about their own country.

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Research Name Category Date
Canada's Changing Language Realities and the Challenge of BilingualismLanguage2008-01-09
Francophone Quebecers Value Their Anglophone Counterparts But Generalizations About Them PersistLanguage2007-11-29
Insecurities Intact: 30 Years After the Adoption of the Charter of the French Language, Quebec Majority and Minority Alike Remain Pessimistic Over Respective FuturesLanguage2007-08-27
Advice to Prospective Immigrants Who Want to Live in Canada? Learn One of our Official Languages Before You Get HereLanguage2007-08-13
Immerging Impact: the Influence of French Immersion on Attitudes Towards Selected Language IssuesLanguage2005-08-31
Perceived Threath to the French Language and Culture and Support for Bilingualism in Canada-2003-01-01.04Language2003-01-01
Salut Goodbye: Last Five Years Saw increase in net loss of Quebecers owing to migration between the provincesImmigration & Demographics2017-12-05
Quebec Immigration TodayImmigration & Demographics2017-03-01
Is Canada a Land of Equal Opportunity For All?Immigration & Demographics2015-06-29
Parti Quebecois Government Breaks Two 21st Century Records Immigration & Demographics2014-01-08
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