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July 2, 2022

COVID-19 made Canadians more trusting, depending on their income, study finds

You wouldn’t think it to watch scenes of honking truck drivers or sign-carrying anti-vaccine protesters, but new survey data suggests Canadians have more trust in their institutions and their neighbours since the COVID-19 pandemic. Source

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