The CRIC board does not endorse this new initiative and believes it will only result in confusion in the marketplace and with regulators.
The CRIC board does not endorse this new initiative and believes it will only result in confusion in the marketplace and with regulators.
Our recent survey for TD found that financial fraud continues to impact Canadians, and as technologies become integrated into everyday life, fraudsters are targeting Canadians in new ways
Despite months of negative headlines about an apparent wave of public opposition against Toronto’s Sidewalk Labs-Waterfront Toronto partnership, our new survey for the Toronto Region Board of [...]
The Canadian Research Insights Council (CRIC) and ESOMAR, the global voice of the data, insights and research industry, has today announced a strategic partnership
Ridesharing Now for BC recently commissioned Environics Research to conduct a survey of Vancouver residents regarding their attitudes, opinions and perceptions about issues related to ridesharing [...]
According to our recent TD survey, nearly two-thirds of Flexforce Canadians anticipate needing to work into their senior years because they won't have enough saved for retirement.
A new op-ed was recently released by Environics co-founder Michael Adams and Environics Research Chief Scientist David Jamieson.
The Canadian Research Insights Council is pleased to have been invited to take a seat on the Board of the Market Research Institute International (MRII), the preeminent provider of market [...]
A large majority of Canadians agree that “It would be a good investment for the Government of Canada to allocate more resources towards preventing tax evasion and avoidance,” according to a [...]
The organization continues to build up, as the nine founding CRIC Board Members voted to approve articles of incorporation, bylaws and other policies.
The latest Institute of Corporate Directors’ Director Lens survey conducted by Environics Research shows that board directors have declining confidence in Canada’s economy and political stability
According to our recent survey conducted for the CLHIA, 75 percent of Canadians incorrectly believe that the only punishment for benefits fraud is having to pay higher premiums
Our recent survey for TD reveals wealthy Millennials are more than twice as likely as wealthy Boomers to feel that leaving a legacy is important
A recent TD Insurance survey conducted by Environics Research revealed that Canadian Boomers are travelling more frequently and for longer periods of time.
The Toronto Region Board Of Trade has released the results of an Environics Research survey, confirming voters support Toronto region transit being uploaded into a single regional transit agency.
Media Smarts has released the results of an Environics Research survey of 825 parents of children from birth to 15 years old, to learn more about their digital family life.
A recent national survey commissioned by MEC and conducted by Environics Research shows that people of colour (POC) spend more time and participate in a wider range of outdoor activities than [...]
Since its inaugural meeting on August 30, members of the Interim Board have taken a number of steps to formalize the association.
A majority of Canadian small business owners may be close to retirement, yet many are uncertain about their post-business life, according to our recent survey.
The Public Service of Canada (PIPSC) has released a fact sheet based on an Environics Research survey showing 72 percent of Canadians agree that “in the next federal budget, funding for federal [...]
On August 30, the CEOs of some of Canada’s largest market and survey research firms held the inaugural meeting of a new industry association for market and survey research agencies and industry [...]
Organigram has released the results of an Environics Research study that examined Canadian parents’ concerns regarding the legalization of recreational cannabis.
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) has released a report based on the results of an Environics Research study of professionals about precarious working conditions.
A recent survey conducted by Environics Research for TD Bank found that many Canadian Millennials are not seeking financial help or professional advice when they receive an inheritance.
The independent academic review of the problems in the polling of last October’s Calgary election is now available.
Earlier this morning, the CEOs of some of Canada’s largest market and survey research firms held a conference call to discuss the statement issued today by the Market and Survey Research [...]
The City of Calgary and Environics Research have been recognized by the Marketing Research and Intelligence Association (MRIA) with the 2018 Award for Excellence in Public Policy and Government.
Yesterday Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the appointment of Dr. Donna Dasko, a respected sociologist and former Senior Vice-President of Environics Research, to the Senate of Canada.
Environics Research’s recent survey for EQ Bank found that the savings behaviour of Canadians does not seem to align with their overall financial goals.
According to a national study conducted by Environics Research and commissioned by Genworth Canada, six in ten Millennials have already achieved their homeownership dreams.
A new survey conducted by Environics Research for TD reveals that almost six in ten Canadian first-time homebuyers are anxious and afraid that they'll forget to take a crucial step as they gain [...]
Working Canadians are stressed. According to a recent TD survey, two-thirds say they experience moderate to high levels of stress at their job.
As a follow-up to its 2008 Canada’s World Survey, the Environics Institute has partnered with SFU Public Square at Simon Fraser University, the Canadian International Council and the Bill Graham [...]
A new TD survey conducted by Environics Research shows only 29% of Canadians and 30% of Americans feel "confident" they will be able to keep pace with change over the next 10 years
As part of its ongoing Focus Canada research program the Environics Institute partnered with Canadian Race Relations Foundation to update its ongoing tracking of Canadian public opinion on [...]
Over those years, we have witnessed changes to the business landscape, and we’ve evolved and grown to meet the changing needs of our clients. Today is no different. We currently have several [...]
Our recent study for Ophea looked to better understand parental perspectives on pressing health issues and the important role schools play in supporting their children.
According to a new survey conducted by Environics Research for TD, nearly three-quarters of Canadian Millennials say they feel at risk of becoming a victim of cybercrime. And risks to mobile [...]
The Trudeau government has made progress in its efforts to reverse the impacts of muzzling under the previous government, says a new survey report conducted by Environics Research and released by [...]
The City of Calgary has released the results of an Environics Research study that examined Calgarians' attitudes regarding the legalization of recreational cannabis.
A new poll conducted by Environics Research for IPC Private Wealth revealed that the majority of affluent Canadians are keeping their heirs in the dark on how they plan to pass on their wealth.
In an Environics Research conducted study commissioned and guided by the Canadian Marketing Association (CMA)'s Privacy and Data Advisory Committee, it was found that consumers want to read [...]
Recently we partnered with The Rideau Hall Foundation in order to create a social values segmentation of giving behaviour among Canadian millennials
Our recent survey conducted for Pointman News Creation shows that an average of only 3% of Canadians who use financial advisors were dissatisfied with the services they received.
According to TD's Retiring Solo survey conducted by Environics Research, nearly of Canadians 40 years of age or older planning to retire solo share this concern - many fearful of rising daily [...]
90% of Canadians think that the use of tax havens by large corporations to avoid paying taxes is morally wrong, even if it’s legal, according to a new Environics Research poll for Canadians for [...]
The Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) has released its report on the results of a survey conducted by Environics Research, Taking the pulse: People’s opinions on human rights in Ontario.
According to a new survey from TD conducted by Environics Research, three-quarters (74 per cent) of Canadian Xennials say they would like to contribute more than they currently do, but everyday [...]
Our recent survey conducted for EQ Bank reveals that, compared to men, Canadian women are significantly less confident about their financial knowledge and less satisfied with their financial knowledge.
An Environics Research conducted survey for the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) found that 76 per cent of board directors in Canada believe the country’s international trade can thrive [...]
A new poll reveals the vast majority of Canadians feel the government needs to secure progressive improvements to labour, environmental and other social issues in NAFTA or be prepared to walk [...]
Getting to work quickly and easily is young professionals’ (YPs) top priority when considering where to live according a survey on YP perceptions of the Toronto region’s housing market conducted [...]
As Toronto’s young professionals look to grow their families, a lack of appropriate housing to meet their needs is becoming a concern, according to the second part of a survey on YP perceptions [...]
A new survey by the CivicAction Leadership Foundation and Environics Research finds that close to half of participants (45%) in a survey of emerging leaders in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton [...]
Our recently conducted survey for Toronto Regional Board of Trade shows that finding a place to live in the Toronto region comes at the expense of saving for retirement and debt repayment for [...]
As your biggest financial investment, house hunting should be a rational, logic-driven process. In reality though, buying a house is often an emotional rollercoaster
The 50 thought-provoking data points are built from an extensive survey of both advisors and investors sponsored by Mackenzie Investments and conducted by Environics Research as well as data from [...]
This newest work draws on ground-breaking new social research to show whether Canadian society is at risk of the populist forces afflicting other parts of the world.
The Environics Institute today released its 2017 edition of the AmericasBarometer – The Canada Report, showing that Canadians’ level of confidence in their country’s democracy has not eroded over [...]
Our recent survey for TD revealed a gap in Millennials' financial picture: life insurance. According to the survey, more than half (55%) of Millennials do not have any life insurance, although [...]
Environics is proud to announce that our co-founder, Michael Adams, was honoured today by being invested into the Order of Canada for his leadership in public opinion research and for his [...]
A new national survey released today reveals a bold portrait of Canada’s Millennials, that for the first time presents the social values of this generation, and the distinct segments that help [...]
The Market Strategy group at Environics Research in Toronto is looking for someone to join our team.
WWF-Canada released a survey today that shows 98 per cent of Canadians support designating parts of Canada’s waters as marine protected areas (MPAs).
According to a survey released today by EQ Bank most Canadians (70 per cent) believe they are the saver in the relationship. Far fewer peg their partner as a saver (53 per cent).
According to a recent survey commissioned by TD, 36 per cent of Millennials don't know if it's the right time to invest, while 22 per cent say it's definitely not the time
Environics Research, and our partners in the IRIS network, are pleased to announce that the results from the 2015 IRIS Millennials Survey are now live
Environics Research is pleased to announce the addition of Megan Tam, Vice President, to our Corporate and Public Affairs team in Ottawa.
The Environics Research Corporate and Public Affairs team is pleased to announce the official launch of Environics Talks Uber – an online discussion platform
Environics Research has relocated its Ottawa office. Now located at the intersection of Metcalfe and Albert street
Environics Research VP of Corporate and Public Affairs, Tony Coulson and VP for Western Canada, Dan Ouimet discuss Canadian oil sands advocates, opponents and the silent majority that lie in the [...]
Environics founder Michael Adams discusses the composition of Canada’s 42nd Parliament and its ability to represent the face of Canada.
Environics founder Michael Adams’ recent piece for The Globe and Mail discusses the Syrian refugee crisis, and why Canada and the U.S. diverge on the issue.
Environics Research is proud to announce the appointment of Bernice Cheung as VP of Cultural Markets.
Michael Adams teams up with David MacDonald to explore how the boomer generation’s late-in-life spending will reflect its values.
In his recent op-ed for The Globe and Mail, Environics Founder, Michael Adams, looks at Canada's political party leaders and the similarities in their platforms.
From October 7th to 9th 2015, ISO representatives from up to 18 countries will meet in Toronto to propose a draft of the ISO 19731 quality standard for Digital Analytics and Web Analyses in [...]
Environics Analytics (EA), the marketing services and data analytics company, today announced the release of WealthScapes 2015, the most comprehensive database available on the assets, [...]
Canadian professionals holding the Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA) designation earned an average of $280,454 in 2014 up from $239,215 in 2011, according to the results of a compensation survey [...]
EY, a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services, has named Environics Analytics (EA) President and Founder Jan Kestle a finalist in its EY Entrepreneur Of The Year awards [...]
Environics Research Group is proud to announce the appointment of Dan Ouimet as VP for Western Canada.
Release: TD commissioned Environics Research to conduct an online survey of Americans and Canadians aged 18 and over about environmental issues.
Release: First-time homebuyers are doing their homework and making responsible financial decisions, according to a new study conducted by Environics Research.
Release: A TD survey conducted by Environics Research finds the profile of online investors is changing.
A new Environics survey commissioned by TD has revealed a substantial minority does not take all the vacation time their employers allow them.
Release: According to TD, substantial numbers of Canadians are buying homes solo or with friends.
Despite the similarity in acronym, Environics Research Group is NOT behind these calls. Callers from Environics will identify themselves as calling from "Environics."
Release: In recognition of Financial Literacy Month in Canada, Bridgehouse Asset Managers today releases the results of the Bridgehouse Investor Knowledge Index.
Release: Using Environics Social Values research, Standard Life has developed a new online tool to help Canadians better understand their own values and motivations around saving and investing.