New national poll looks into the effects of COVID-19 on Canadians

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A new national poll from research and marketing firm Anstice has looked into the impact of COVID-19 on Canadians’ outlooks, and the results are surprisingly positive. The poll generally found a newfound appreciation of life’s basics.

According to Anstice, 67% of participants were now looking at “their health, their families, their work, their freedom of movement, and Canada’s public institutions” more closely. So that’s a bonus, Canada’s public institutions have definitely been in overdrive.

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The report looked at a ton of things, though. From questions about Canada’s energy sector and its workforce to the validity of working and learning from home, Anstice tried to leave no stone unturned.

Although, they did note that they underreported the population of Quebec, so maybe they’re the dark horse in all of this. Anstice will be releasing the full report of the effects of COVID-19 via a free conference this Wednesday.

Afterwards, they will publish the information for public use. Check out the full press release right here for more information.

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