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
Official Languages in Canada: Perceived or Misperceived?Language2009-09-08
North America's Largest Sri Lankan Communities in Canada: Toronto and Montreal Continents Major CentresCanadian Cities2005-01-01
NHL Still Outscores World CupSports2014-07-11
Newly Born and Newly Arrived Diminish Impact of New Leavers: Quebec's Evolving Pattern of Population GrowthImmigration & Demographics2007-07-20
New Quebec Demography StudyImmigration & Demographics2007-07-20
New Brunswick needs to better assess progress on French language learning amongst province's anglophone childrenLanguage2008-03-31
Neighborhoods and Idenity in the Mosaic and the Melting PotIdentity & Values2011-01-18
National and Regional Highlights of the ACS/NCC Survey on Marking the 150th Anniversary of Confederation Canadian Cities2012-07-16
Narrow Majority of Canadians Agree with Requirement That New Canadians Take Oath of Allegiance to the QueenIdentity & Values2014-12-01
Multiculturalists with ConcernsMulticulturalism & Diversity2011-10-17
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