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
Allophones Build Communities in the Rest of QuebecLanguage2009-02-10
Our 'Cense' of Self: the 2006 Census Saw 1.6 Million 'Canadian' Canadians Return to British and French OriginsLanguage2008-04-25
Does Bilingualism Mean Greater Employability?Language2008-04-25
New Brunswick needs to better assess progress on French language learning amongst province's anglophone childrenLanguage2008-03-31
Bilingualism in Canada: Definitely, Maybe? - Part 1Language2008-03-11
Bilingualism in Canada: Definitely, Maybe? - Part 2Language2008-03-11
Canada's Evolving Language RealitiesLanguage2008-03-11
Canada's Changing Language Realities and the Challenge of BilingualismLanguage2008-01-09
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
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