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Since August 2020, the 19 to Zero research team has conducted a number of mixed-method studies to understand Canadian’s attitudes and behaviours towards COVID-19 public health measures and vaccinations. Our goal is to disseminate our research findings as quickly as possible, using a variety of avenues, including academic publications and public media

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To understand Canadian’s perspectives, research done to date includes:

  • August 2020: 9 Alberta-based focus groups:

    • Calgary

    • Edmonton

  • November 2020: Canada-wide survey

    • 4,498 survey respondents

  • December 2020: 10 Canada-wide focus groups

    • Vancouver, BC

    • Fraser Valley, BC

    • Alberta

    • Rural regions (Northern Manitoba and Saskatchewan)

    • Manitoba

    • Ottawa, ONT

    • London, ONT

    • Toronto suburbs, ONT

    • Toronto core, ONT

    • Atlantic Canada

  • October 2020 - January 2021: 23 interviews

    • Vaccine hesitant population at the Alberta Children’s hospital

  • September 2020 - ongoing: Weekly social media analysis

    • Using artificial intelligence and natural language processing to identify the most influential accounts on social media and the main themes trending on COVID-19

  • May 2020 - ongoing: Weekly surveys

    • To keep track of Canadian public opinion towards various topics surrounding COVID-19

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The Globe and Mail

April 18, 2021  

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Calgary Catholic Immigration Society connects former refugees with COVID-19 vaccines

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