Corporate & Public Affairs

Finding clarity in complex viewpoints

Environics’ Corporate and Public Affairs practice provides research-based insights and advice to organizations on how to monitor and manage their environment. The practice uses public opinion, marketing research and engagement activities to support reputation management, government and/or stakeholder relations, public consultation, communications, policy development, issues management and corporate citizenship strategies.

Here are just some of the specific capabilities and insights we’ve provided:

Pipelines And Politics: Where Do The Parties Meet?

Our recently updated tracking study on energy issues reveals that a majority of Canadians continue to support the development of the oil sands and the construction of pipelines to move product.

Focus GTA: 2018 Key Community Metrics

Our Fall 2018 wave of Focus GTA surveyed 1,010 Greater Toronto Area residents and found that although they rate their quality of life quite highly, residents are concerned about transportation, [...]

The Authoritarian Reflex: Will It Manifest In Canada?

A wave of authoritarian populism has been evident in Europe, Britain and the United States over the past few decades. Many Canadians are wondering how these energies might manifest in their own [...]

Undecided Voters Will Determine Alberta’s Future

Tony Coulson uses our social values data to explore the contrast between UCP and NDP partisans, and whether undecided voter values give any clues about how they might tilt on election day

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