by Sam Cooper
Originally published: June 7, 2017
Veteran pollster Angus Reid has spent time studying issues that he believes will shape Canada’s future, and his findings on younger Canadians may raise some eyebrows.
In an interview Wednesday, Reid explained some of the key themes he will discuss in a Thursday speech in Vancouver, on what he calls “The New Canada.”
Reid said after combing through polls completed for the Angus Reid Institute on issues such as immigration, family, faith and morality, he was struck most by the differences between millennials, or those aged 18 to 34, and other Canadians.