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.
Obesity and mental health identified as top health concerns facing Ontario school-aged children, according to Ophea study conducted by Environics Research
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.
Federal scientists say Ottawa has made progress in efforts to un-muzzle science, but much more needs to be done
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 Releases Results of Environics Study Exploring Citizen Attitudes On Cannabis Regulation
The City of Calgary has released the results of an Environics Research study that examined Calgarians' attitudes regarding the legalization of recreational cannabis.
Environics Research co-founder, Michael Adams, and Group VP of Corproate and Public Affairs, Tony Couslon, look at the Ontario PC Leadership race through a social values lens and underscore the [...]
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 [...]
Environics Research Partnered with The Rideau Hall Foundation to better understand the giving behaviour of Canadian Millennials
Recently we partnered with The Rideau Hall Foundation in order to create a social values segmentation of giving behaviour among Canadian millennials
Nine out of ten Canadians think it’s morally wrong for Canadian corporations to use tax havens: new poll
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 [...]