New Findings on Canadians? Attitudes to Improving Aboriginal Quality of Life
Most Canadians do not consider improving the quality of life of Aboriginal Canadians to be a high priority for the federal government. In fact, improving Aboriginal quality of life is in second-last place on a list of 11 items that Canadians said should be a high priority for the federal government. Twenty-nine percent rate it as a high priority item (the same percentage who want more military spending). The only item receiving less support as a high priority is giving more money to the country's big cities (18%). NOTE: Adobe Acrobe (.pdf) file format.