In the Lead-up to the 90th Anniversary of the End of the First World War, a Dominion Institute-Ipsos Reid national poll gauges Canadians knowledge of The Great War

Less than half (46%) of Canadians Know that Remembrance Day Marks the End of the First World War
Only 16% of Canadians could correctly identify the countries we fought against in the First World War

Friday, November 07, 2008

Toronto, ON – In the lead-up to the 90th anniversary of the end of the First World War, a recent Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of the Dominion Institute reveals that Canadians—in particular young Canadians—lack of basic knowledge about The Great War and are forgetting this important chapter in our country’s history.

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In the Lead-up to the 90th Anniversary of the End of the First World War, a Dominion Institute-Ipsos Reid national poll gauges Canadians knowledge of The Great War

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