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Canadians feel rift growing between Western and Muslim societies: poll
Most Canadians think "irreconcilable" differences exist between Western and Muslim societies, according to polling to be revealed at this week's Metropolis conference in Vancouver.
Whether it's the rise of Islamic State zealots, the killing of free-speech advocates in Paris and Copenhagen or disputes over niqabs, the polling shows Canadians are not immune to global anxiety about religion-fuelled conflict.
The Leger Marketing polls found 63 per cent of Canadian Protestants, 62 per cent of Jews, 60 per cent of Catholics and 46 per cent of the non-religious believe Western and Islamic societies are "irreconcilable."
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