Canada’s ties with the British monarchy are under scrutiny once again after Barbados officially removed Britain’s Queen Elizabeth as its head of state and became a republic this week.
For Barbados, the transition on Tuesday marked an end to its last remaining colonial bonds nearly 400 years after the first English ships arrived at the Caribbean island.
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There is now renewed debate in Canada over whether to follow Barbados’ lead, with a majority of Canadians saying the monarchy is becoming less relevant or is no longer relevant at all, new polling shows.
According to an Angus Reid survey published Tuesday, more than 50 per cent say Canada
COVID-19 should be dismissed from their jobs, according to a new poll.The survey conducted by Angus Reid, published Monday, showed almost 70 per cent of respondents supported the idea of firing on-board airline employees, school teachers, police officers, paramedics, firefighters and medical professionals if they did not get COVID-19 shots.Some 64 per cent said unvaccinated restaurant employees should also be laid off, while 55 per cent had a similar opinion for construction workers and 53 per cent for small businesses.More than 1,000 Canadian adults took part in the online survey from Nov 3-7.
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