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FIFA Women’s World Cup players: Role models or unwomanly? – British Columbia – CBC News

### captain Christine Sinclair, centre left, and her teammates stretch during a FIFA Women’s World Cup soccer practice session in Vancouver, B.C. (Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press)

With Canada set to face England in the World Cup quarterfinals Saturday, the Angus Reid Institute has jumped on the women’s sport bandwagon publishing a survey called Good role models or unwomanly? Canadian views on gender, sport and the Women’s World Cup

Angus Reid senior vice-president Shachi Kurl said overall there is “room to be optimistic” in Canada because the survey shows a general level of support for girls and women in sports.

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