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   38.  Don Mills, Chairman & CEO
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   40.  Peter MacIntosh, Executive VP
   41.  Tony Hoft, CRA Affiliate in BC
   42.  Jean Cook, Managing Director CRA NL
   43.  Invoice Me
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   1.  Federal Liberals Continue to Hold Comfortable Lead over Other Parties
   2.  Le Parti libéral fédéral conserve une avance confortable sur les autres partis
   3.  Les libéraux du Nouveau-Brunswick gardent une longueur d’avance sur les autres parties
   4.  NS Liberals Continue to be the Preferred Party
   5.  NB Liberals Maintain Lead Over Other Parties
   6.  NL Liberals Maintain Wide Lead Over Other Parties
   7.  PEI Liberals Maintain Lead Although Islanders Uncertain about Performance of Current Government
   8.  Moncton Consumer Confidence Levels Continue to be Positive
   9.  Satisfaction with City Council Remains High in Fredericton
   10.  Saint John Consumer Confidence Level Lags Behind Other Maritime Cities
   11.  Consumer Confidence Levels in Halifax Decline Slightly
   12.  A Plurality of Atlantic Canadians are Pro-Choice
   13.  Au Nouveau-Brunswick, l’exploitation du gaz de schiste continue de diviser la population.
   14.  Shale Gas Continues to be a Divisive Issue in New Brunswick
   15.  Nova Scotians Divided on Toll Highways
   16.  Le Parti libéral fédéral maintient sa confortable avance dans l’ensemble du Canada atlantique
   17.  Federal Liberal Party Maintains Wide Lead Across Atlantic Canada
   18.  Satisfaction with NL Government Declines
   19.  PEI Liberals Maintain Lead Amidst Ghiz Resignation
   20.  NS Liberals Maintain Wide Lead Over Other Parties
   21.  New Brunswickers Cautiously Back New Government
   22.  Les Néo-Brunswickois soutiennent le nouveau gouvernement avec prudence
   23.  Consumer Confidence Continues to Lag in Saint John
   24.  Satisfaction with Municipal Government in Saint John Trends Down
   25.  NB Election Results Confirm Poll’s Accuracy
   26.  L’écart se rétrécit à l’approche des élections
   27.  Gap Narrows as Election Nears
   28.  Satisfaction with Municipal Government Continues to be High for Four Largest Maritime Cities
   29.  Moncton Consumer Confidence at Highest Level in Three Years
   30.  Les libéraux du Nouveau-Brunswick bénéficient toujours d’une avance confortable dans les intentions de vote, même si l’écart se resserre
   31.  PE Liberal Party Maintains Wide Lead Over PCs Although Gap Narrows
   32.  Honeymoon with McNeil Liberals Continues
   33.  NL Liberal Party Extends Lead in Voter Intentions
   34.  NB Liberals Still Well Ahead in Voter Intentions Although Gap Narrows
   35.  New Brunswickers Lean Towards Support of New Crown Forest Policy
   36.  Public Supports Recent Essential Services Legislation
   37.  Nova Scotians Remain Divided Regarding Diversity and Immigration
   38.  Les Libéraux du N.-B. prennent de l’avance dans les intentions de vote
   39.  NB Liberals Widen Lead in Voter Intentions
   40.  NL Government Satisfaction Continues to Improve
   41.  Satisfaction with PE Government Increases
   42.  Nova Scotians Remain Satisfied with Provincial Government
   43.  No Major Change in Consumer Confidence Evident in Region’s Largest Cities
   44.  Satisfaction with Maritime Municipal Governments Remain at Favourable Levels
   45.  Majority Support for Convention Centre Continues
   46.  While Accepting the Ivany Report Conclusion Related to Impending Economic Decline, Nova Scotians are Divided on Recommendations to Improve the Provincial Economy
   47.  Overwhelming Majority of NL Residents Support Dunderdale’s Resignation
   48.  New Brunswickers More Likely to Support than Oppose Recent Provincial Budget
   49.  Nova Scotians More Likely Than Other Atlantic Canadians to Get the Flu Shot
   50.  NB Liberals Maintain Lead Although Gap is Narrowing
   51.  NL Government Satisfaction Improves With New Leader
   52.  PEI Provincial Liberals Hold Wide Lead Over NDP
   53.  Satisfaction with NS Government Increases
   54.  Satisfaction with Municipal Government Improves among HRM and Fredericton Residents
   55.  Consumer Confidence Declines in Three New Brunswick Cities, Stable in Halifax
   56.  NS Commission on Building Our New Economy Study
   57.  Strong Support for CFL Team in Halifax
   58.  La majorité des Néo-Brunswickois soutient l’intervention de la GRC à l’égard des manifestants de Rexton
   59.  Majority of New Brunswickers Support the RCMP’s Response to Rexton Protestors
   60.  Atlantic Canadians Oppose Mandatory Voting
   61.  Public Has Mixed Opinions Regarding Aboriginal Issues
   62.  Au N.-B., les libéraux maintiennent leur avance dans les intentions de vote
   63.  CUP OF COFFEE: Mills mulls future of N.S.
   64.  NB Liberals Maintain Lead in Voter Intentions
   65.  Satisfaction with PE Government Rebounds
   66.  NS Liberal Support Surges After Election
   67.  NL Liberal Party Surges at the Expense of the NDP
   68.  Satisfaction With Municipal Government Declines Among Moncton Residents
   69.  Consumer Confidence in Moncton Now Highest Among Four Maritime Cities
   70.  The Chronicle Herald/CRA Poll Nailed It.
   71.  Nova Scotia 2013 Provincial Election Polling: Commentary
   72.  Strong Majority of Islanders Think Senator Mike Duffy Should Resign
   73.  Nova Scotians Support the Maritime Link UARB Decision
   74.  Atlantic Canadians Support a West-to-East Pipeline
   75.  Atlantic Canadians Do Not Favour Status Quo for Senate
   76.  Nova Scotia Provincial Election Polling
   77.  Evaluation Services
   78.  Popularity of NB Liberals Continues to Grow
   79.  La popularité des libéraux du Nouveau-Brunswick continue de croître
   80.  NL Liberal Party Continues to Gain Momentum, Gap Widens
   81.  NDP Gaining Ground in PE Voter Preference
   82.  NS Liberals Still Ahead Although Gap Narrows
   83.  Majority of HRM Residents Support a CFL Team in Halifax
   84.  Majority of Moncton Area Residents Support a CFL Team in Moncton
   85.  Moncton Residents Support Downtown Centre Development
   86.  Residents in Maritime Cities are Generally Satisfied With Their Municipal Government
   87.  Consumer Confidence in Halifax Highest Among Four Maritime Cities
   88.  CRA launches largest online panel in Atlantic Canada. They say bigger is better. We couldn’t agree more.
   89.  Montée des libéraux dans le Canada atlantique avec Trudeau
   90.  Liberals Surge Under Trudeau in Atlantic Canada
   91.  A Clear Majority of Residents Believe NL to be a ‘Have’ Province
   92.  Job Security Concerns on the Rise in Atlantic Canada
   93.  Les résidents du Nouveau Brunswick s’inquiètent des dangers du gaz de schiste et des avantages économiques flous
   94.  NB Residents Concerned With Shale Gas Safety, Economic Advantages Unclear
   95.  Atlantic Canadians Resistant to Basic EI Changes
   96.  Support for Governing PCs Continues to Deteriorate in NL
   97.  PE Liberals Maintain Comfortable Lead in Voter Preference
   98.  NS Liberals Widen Lead Although Many Voters Still Undecided
   99.  Popularity of NB Liberals Growing
   100.  La popularité du Parti libéral du Nouveau-Brunswick en hausse
   101.  Residents Hold Fredericton and Council in High Regard
   102.  CRA forms partnership with Kelly Sears Consulting Group
   103.  Don’t Lose Faith in Polling – CRA has accurately called elections for more than 20 years
   104.  Slight Majority of Nova Scotians Opposed to Hydrofracking in the Province
   105.  Un référendum aurait abouti à une défaite pour l’augmentation de la TVH, et à une décision partagée quant aux péages autoroutiers
   106.  Referendum Would Have Resulted in Defeat for HST Increase, Split Decision on Toll Highways
   107.  Atlantic Canadians Oppose EI Policy Changes
   108.  Atlantic Canadians Strongly Support an All-in Pricing Strategy
   109.  NB Electoral Boundary Changes
   110.  Peu de Néo Brunswickois sont opposés au récent remaniement de la carte électorale
   111.  Few New Brunswickers are Opposed to Recent Electoral Boundary Changes
   112.  Nova Scotians Agree the NDP Government Should Balance the Budget
   113.  Majority of NL Residents Support the Muskrat Falls Project
   114.  NL NDP Surges to Tie PCs in Voter Support
   115.  Voter Intentions Tighten as Satisfaction with NB PC Declines
   116.  Les intentions des électeurs se renforcent pendant que la satisfaction quant aux Progressistes-Conservateurs du N.-B. diminue
   117.  HRM Residents Continue to Support Dividing the Municipality into Two Units
   118.  NS Liberals Maintain Lead over NDP Although Margin Declines
   119.  PEI Liberals and NDP Gain at PC Expense
   120.  New HRM Municipal Council and Mayor Receive Positive First Grade
   121.  Federal Liberal Party Rebounds in Atlantic Canada
   122.  Le Parti libéral fédéral rebondit au Canada atlantique
   123.  Support for NB PC Government Remains Stable, Liberal Party Gains Ground with New Leader
   124.  Le support quant au gouvernement Progressiste-Conservateur demeure stable, tandis que le Parti libéral gagne du terrain avec le nouveau chef
   125.  Islanders Continue to be Dissatisfied with the Liberal Government
   126.  NS Liberals Maintain Lead in Voter Support, PC Party Making Gains
   127.  Support for NL PC Government Stable, Remains Highest in Atlantic Canada
   128.  Support for Splitting HRM Softens with Election of New Mayor
   129.  New Saint John Mayor and Council Enjoy High Satisfaction and Confidence
   130.  Nova Scotians are Divided on Eliminating Provincial “Protected Ridings”
   131.  Atlantic Canadians Prefer an Opt-Out Approach to Organ Donation
   132.  Support for Division of HRM Remains Unchanged Since 2005
   133.  Majority Support Changing the Name of HRM to Simply the City of Halifax
   134.  Nova Scotia Provincial Liberals Move Ahead of NDP in Voter Support
   135.  Support for NL PC Government Continues to Erode
   136.  Tandis que la satisfaction quant au gouvernement provincial du N.-B. demeure stable, le support diminue
   137.  While NB Provincial Government Satisfaction Remains Stable, Support Declines
   138.  Support for PEI Liberal Government Continues to Decline
   139.  Support for Mike Savage as the Next Mayor of HRM Remains High
   140.  Atlantic Canadians are Divided Regarding the Legalization of Marijuana
   141.  Small Majority of Atlantic Canadians Oppose the Legalization of Brothels in Canada
   142.  NL Government Satisfaction Declines Sharply but Remains Highest in the Region
   143.  Nova Scotia NDP and Liberals in Statistical Tie in Voter Support
   144.  Sharp Decline in Satisfaction with PEI Government
   145.  Le support accordé au gouvernement Progressiste-Conservateur du Nouveau-Brunswick demeure stable
   146.  Support for NB PC Government Remains Steady
   147.  Mike Savage Preferred as Next HRM Mayor by a Wide Margin
   148.  Corporate Research Associates Launches SocialShadow
   149.  Margaret Brigley Named President & COO of CRA
   150.  2012 Best Places to Work in Atlantic Canada
   151.  NL Government Satisfaction Remains High
   152.  PEI Government Satisfaction High
   153.  Support For New Brunswick PC Government Stable, although Satisfaction Declined
   154.  La satisfaction quant au gouvernement Progressiste-Conservateur est stable, bien que la satisfaction a diminué
   155.  Nova Scotia Government Satisfaction Declines
   156.  Residents Continue to Support Division of HRM into Two Municipal Units
   157.  Majority Believe HRM Transit Should Be Designated An Essential Service
   158.  Savage Increasingly Preferred As Next Mayor of Halifax Regional Municipality
   159.  CRA Celebrates the Season with a Visit from Santa
   160.  Public Opinion in New Brunswick Divided on Shale Gas Exploration
   161.  L’opinion publique au Nouveau-Brunswick est mélangée sur l’exploration du gaz de schiste
   162.  Time for a Public Debate: HRM Residents Support Division of the Municipality
   163.  PEI Liberal Support Strong
   164.  Nova Scotia Government Satisfaction Increased
   165.  Support For NL Liberals Plunges, While PC Support High Following Election
   166.  La satisfaction quant au gouvernement augmente
   167.  New Brunswick Government Satisfaction Increased
   168.  Savage Continues To Be Preferred Choice for HRM Mayor
   169.  Consumer Confidence Rebounds on Heels of Shipbuilding Contract Award
   170.  Guardian Poll indicates Robert Ghiz’s Government will be Returned to Office
   171.  L’opinion publique est mélangée sur l’exploration du gaz de schiste
   172.  Public Opinion in Moncton and Saint John Mixed on Shale Gas Exploration
   173.  Support for New Brunswick Conservative Government Declines
   174.  Le Support Pour Le Gouvernement Conservateur Diminue
   175.  Nova Scotia NDP Support is Stable
   176.  PEI Liberal Support Strong Heading into the Election
   177.  NL PCs Lead by a Wide Margin Going Into Election
   178.  Mike Savage Support for HRM Mayor Now Exceeds Support for Peter Kelly
   179.  Majority do not feel HRM Mayor should Resign over Cash-for-Concerts Scandal
   180.  Savage and Kelly Equally Preferred as Next HRM Mayor
   181.  Nova Scotia NDP Support Increases In Wake Of Federal Election
   182.  La Satisfaction Avec Le Gouvernement Augmente Considérablement
   183.  Support For NL Progressive Conservatives Decreases
   184.  PEI Liberal Support Decreases In Wake Of Federal Election
   185.  Satisfaction with NB Government Increases Significantly
   186.  Residents Continue to Support Division of HRM
   187.  Majority Support for Halifax Convention Centre Continues
   188.  Halifax Residents Support Significantly Smaller Council
   189.  Overwhelming Public Support For Retention Of Halifax Skating Oval
   190.  PEI Liberal Support Increases
   191.  Nova Scotia NDP Support Erodes
   192.  Satisfaction avec la partie Progressiste-Conservateur a augmenté
   193.  Satisfaction With NB PCs Has Increased
   194.  Support For The NL Progressive Conservative Party Remains High
   195.  Majority of HRM Residents Oppose Council Decision to Maintain Status Quo on Council Size
   196.  Majority of Residents in HRM Support Proposed Convention Centre
   197.  New Brunswick PCs Enjoy Wide Lead In Support Over The Liberals
   198.  Les progressistes-conservateurs apprécient leur grande avance à propos du soutien au-dessus des libéraux
   199.  Satisfaction With Nova Scotia NDP Government Rebounds
   200.  Race Narrows Between PEI Liberals And PCs

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