By examining the social values of Canadian voters, we find a striking degree of consistency between political party platforms and key support groups in the October 2019 federal election.
A recent Environics Research poll reveals that Canadians believe the federal government is responsible for ensuring universal access to medications.
Our recent study of Indigenous Peoples for APTN focused on concerns leading up to the federal election.
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 [...]
Tony Coulson explores the growing economic concerns of Alberta and the feelings of disappointment in the federal government.
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 [...]
Tony Coulson and Sarah Roberton discuss current Canadian attitudes towards climate change and carbon pricing based on years of Environics Research tracking.
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 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.