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
Does contact between Quebec francophones and ?English? heighten or reduce insecurities about the Preservation of French?Language2012-12-10
Language Contact and Mixing in Ottawa and Gatineau in 2011 Language2012-11-15
Two and a half solitudesLanguage2012-10-22
Asking the questions differently: Franco-Quebecois opinions on fostering linguistic dialogueLanguage2012-04-10
English tops the charts when it comes to music listen to by young francophone Quebecers: Some three in four francophones between the age of 18 and 24 listen to more English than French music Language2011-02-21
Stating the Obvious? Quebecers Agree Montreal is a Bilingual City and agree that?s the way it should be Language2011-02-03
Francophonie and Cultural Consumption: Is Official Languages Act the Precursor for Multiculturalism Policies?Language2009-09-11
Official Languages in Canada: Perceived or Misperceived?Language2009-09-08
Contribution, Comprehension and Behaviour: How are anglo-Quebeckers viewed by franco-Quebeckers and the perceptions of francophones and non-francophones of this situation Language2009-07-28
Capital Language: Differences in Language Knowledge and Use in Ottawa and GatineauLanguage2009-03-16
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