Centre for Research and Information on Canada (CRIC)

The Centre for Research and Information on Canada (CRIC), established in 1996, managed the Canadian Unity Council (CUC) research and communications activities. CRIC's research activities were concerned with the theme of Canadian unity conceived broadly to incorporate a variety of issues related to the political, economic, and social union of Canada.

The Centre for Research and Information on Canada (CRIC) generously donated the following surveys to Carleton University to be used for academic  teaching and research only. No more data will be forthcoming from CRIC as this department is now closed.

Be sure to check the CRIC Research Papers below for additional information.

 

CRIC Surveys

Borderlines I

2002: Dictionary (ascii) | Questionnaire (doc) | Abstract (txt)

Canada and World Affairs Survey 

Charter of Rights and Freedom Survey 

Comparative Federalism Series 
Abstract (txt)

The Globe and Mail Survey on "The New Canada", 2003 

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Portraits of Canada Series 
Abstract (txt)

Survey of Western Canada (Looking West) 

Survey on Official Languages, 2003 

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CRIC Research Papers

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Content last reviewed: February 25, 2021