Monthly Archives: June 2007


21 Jun 2007

The 20 Best Places to Work in Atlantic Canada

We’re celebrating!! – Corporate Research Associates Inc. ranks 8th as one of the Top 20 Best Places to Work in Atlantic Canada. The Best Places to Work program recognizes organizations who demonstrate best practices in Atlantic Canada.  This year, Progress Magazine partnered with Best Companies Group...

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08 Jun 2007

Harper Government Pays Price For Accord Stand In NL And NS

HALIFAX: Satisfaction with the performance of the federal government led by Prime Minister Stephen Harper has declined significantly in Newfoundland and Labrador and Nova Scotia over the past three months, according to the most recent survey conducted by Corporate Research Associates Inc. This decline...

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05 Jun 2007

Support For New Brunswick Provincial Liberals Softens

SAINT JOHN: Support for the ruling Liberals has again softened in the past three months, although the Liberals continue to lead the opposition Conservatives by a wide margin, according to the most recent survey conducted by Corporate Research Associates Inc. Presently, just over one-half...

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05 Jun 2007

Le soutien accordé aux libéraux provinciaux ramollit

5 juin 2007 SAINT JOHN: Le soutien accordé aux libéraux au pouvoir a encore ramolli au cours des trois derniers mois, bien que les libéraux devancent toujours largement les conservateurs de l’opposition, selon le plus récent sondage mené par Corporate Research Associates Inc. Actuellement,...

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05 Jun 2007

Support For Ruling NL PCs Remains High

HALIFAX: Voter support for the ruling Progressive Conservatives is strong and stable, according to the most recent survey conducted by Corporate Research Associates Inc. Presently, close to three-quarters (73%, unchanged from February 2007) of decided voters back the PCs, while two in ten (19%,...

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05 Jun 2007

Support For Nova Scotia Progressive Conservatives Declines

HALIFAX: Support for the governing Progressive Conservatives is down, according to the most recent survey conducted by Corporate Research Associates Inc. Presently, support for the provincial Progressive Conservatives stands at 29 percent compared with 35% three months ago, while the opposition NDP has the...

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