Despite public support for more funding, spending on federal science is lower today than under the Harper government
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 [...]
Our recent research for Organigram highlights the legitimate concerns Canadian parents have about cannabis legalization, and the need for information and education to address those concerns
Organigram Releases Results of Environics Research Study Exploring Canadian Parents’ Concerns about Legalization of Cannabis
Organigram has released the results of an Environics Research study that examined Canadian parents’ concerns regarding the legalization of recreational cannabis.
Our research shows that the Ontario PC government’s decision for cannabis to be sold in privately-owned stores rather than through the newly created government-owned Ontario Cannabis Store will [...]
The Government of Canada has a range of objectives with the legalization of cannabis, including public safety, youth protection and shrinking the black market, but how does the Government’s [...]
As Canada moves closer to legalizing cannabis for adult recreational use, our survey of GTA residents finds that the concerns about home growing are widely shared among the public
A recent Environics Research study exploring GTA residents’ concerns about cannabis and home growing ahead of legalization is broken down in this interactive infographic
Group VP of Public Affairs Tony Coulson breaks down the current messaging issues regarding Canada’s pipeline infrastructure and the six in ten Canadians who don’t hold strong views on the issue.