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More Happiness Evident but Young People Remain Unhappy

By: Richard Jenkins and Oksana Kishchuk It feels like a happier place. As restrictions have loosened and more and more people are seeing family and friends the word on the street feels more positive. Certainly, Canadians this spring are as happy as they have been since the Happiness Monitor was launched in October. But our
More Happiness Evident but Young People Remain Unhappy

Pan-Canadian Survey Finds Black Entrepreneurs Face Significant Barriers to Success

La version française est ci-dessous The results of a major new survey on Black entrepreneurship in Canada were released today that reveals systemic barriers to growth and success facing Black Canadian entrepreneurs. The survey was commissioned by the African Canadian Senate Group and Senator Colin Deacon, in collaboration with twelve prominent, Black-led business organizations across
Pan-Canadian Survey Finds Black Entrepreneurs Face Significant Barriers to Success

The Happiness Monitor- Who is the happiest?

By Oksana Kishchuk & Richard Jenkins One of the things we are most interested in when starting the Happiness Monitor was answering the question; ‘who is the happiest?’. We took a look at some difference demographics to see how happiness compares to build a portrait of national happiness. Where are the happiest people in Canada?
The Happiness Monitor- Who is the happiest?

The Happiness Monitor- Happiness & Mental Health

By Oksana Kishchuk At first glance, a question about someone’s level of happiness may appear superficial. But our perceived level of happiness is tied to all sorts of aspects of our lives- including our mental health. In fact, one of my first questions when starting the Happiness Monitor was what our happiness says about our
The Happiness Monitor- Happiness & Mental Health
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