ACS has an established reputation for conducting social research, anticipating where public discourse is heading, and disseminating knowledge that advances public discourse and evidence-based decision-making. Relying on its longstanding expertise in the collection of public opinion data and demographic analysis, the ACS regularly keeps track of Canadian trends, attitudes and realities. Studies touch on Canadians’ multiple identities, their sense of belonging, support for language duality and views around various facets of diversity, equality and inclusion.

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