Cost of Living Top Priority for Canadians as Parliament Returns: Poll-Isaac Teo

Canadians want MPs to tackle the rising cost of living when Parliament resumes on Nov. 22 for the first time in five months, a new poll finds. Conducted by Ipsos for Global News, the survey found that the rising cost of essentials such as groceries and gas have become top of mind for Canadians—outranking the COVID-19 pandemic, health care, and housing, among other concerns. Using the top 10 issues reported by Canadians as vital in a previous election day poll, the current survey created a list of “potential priority areas” for MPs to address when they return to the House of Commons. The poll surveyed 1,001 Canadians between Nov. 12 and Nov. 15 and found that affordability and cost of living were cited as the top priority with 33 percent of respondents saying these are areas the new session of Parliament should focus on. Concerns about the pandemic took second … Canadians want MPs to tackle the rising cost of living when Parliament resumes on Nov. 22 for the first time in five months, a new poll finds. Conducted by Ipsos for Global News, the survey found that the rising cost of essentials such as groceries and gas have become top of mind for Canadians—outranking the

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