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
Elements of an Integrated Society and Indexing: Ten Experts Weigh In on Meaning and MeasuresImmigration & Demographics2013-03-29
Doth I Protest: Ontarians and not Quebecers are Canada's leading public demonstratorsPolitical Participation2012-05-01
Does contact between Quebec francophones and ?English? heighten or reduce insecurities about the Preservation of French?Language2012-12-10
Does Bilingualism Mean Greater Employability?Language2008-04-25
Do Quebecers know their history and what history interests them?Canadian History & Knowledge2008-07-13
Do our Sons Truly Command the National Anthem? Canadians Assess Their Knowledge of Our National Anthem Canadian History & Knowledge2011-10-17
Diversity in Canada in History Curriculum by ProvinceCanadian History & Knowledge2016-06-16
Diverse expressions of culture do not detract from common culture say CanadiansMulticulturalism & Diversity2008-03-31
Discrimination in Canada and Europe: Perceptions, Experiences and AttitudesRacism, Discrimination & Human Rights2008-11-07
Disaggregating the Canadian Mosaic: Levels of Investment and Entrepreneurship amongst Immigrants and Visible MinoritiesMulticulturalism & Diversity2009-01-09
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