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- The Black Experience in the Greater Toronto Area
- AmericasBarometer 2017
- Canadian public opinion about immigration and the USA
- Global attitudes about women as national leaders
- Canadian Millennial Social Values Study
- Canadian public opinion about governance 2016
- Focus Canada 2016 - Attitudes about immigration and citizenship
- Canadian public opinion on Aboriginal Peoples
- 2016 Survey of Muslims in Canada
- Focus Canada 2015 - Public opinion on climate change
- AmericasBarometer 2014
- Canadian Public Opinion on Governance and the Public Service
- Democracy in the 21st Century - Trudeau Foundation Annual Survey
- Cultural Competency Training of Police Officers and Security Personnel
- Focus Canada 2015 - Immigration and Multiculturalism
- Focus Canada 2013
- The Common Good: Who Decides? - 2012 Trudeau Foundation Annual Survey
- Focus Canada 2012
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Survey of Canadian Muslims (2006)
The Institute’s first project was a national survey to examine the relationship between Canadian Muslims and Canadian society at large. This research was conducted as part of Environics Research FOCUS CANADA, and built upon an earlier study conducted by the US-based Pew Research Center with Muslims and non-Muslims that covered 13 countries (but not Canada). See Pew Study.
The Environics Institute-sponsored survey was conducted by Environics Research Group, and was the first study of its kind to put the attitudes of Canadian Muslims in comparative perspective. The Institute partnered with CBC, which made the research part of a major national media release in February 2007.
A follow-up survey is planned for Spring 2014.
See final survey report.
See article about this research in Ottawa's Muslim Link (published December 2013)