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POLICY BRIEF: Canadians’ thoughts on relaxed regulations

Since COVID-19 took hold in Canada, governments across the country have relaxed a number of restrictions and rules to help people and businesses cope with the pandemic. From allowing restaurants to serve alcohol with their delivery orders to allowing doctors to video conference with their patients, governments have been able to help people by simply getting out of the way.
 
SecondStreet.org hired Leger to poll Canadians about ten examples of relaxed regulations to see if the public supports making the changes permanent after COVID-19 has passed. This policy brief summarizes the May 1 – May 3, 2020 public opinion research. 
 
To see our policy brief – click here.