As marijuana legalization looms, Canadians’ support for it seems to be fluctuating, and may even have dropped overall. In an Environics survey fielded in April, we found that while over half of [...]
Environics Research explored a hypothetical Alberta political landscape – one with both a united right and a united centre – in a survey we conducted in the aftermath of Mr. Kenney’s leadership victory
Limited supply and ever-increasing demand are driving housing prices in the Greater Toronto Area to record highs, with “bully” offers and bidding wars a fact of life for those seeking to buy [...]
Not long ago, Americans were more likely than Canadians to support the Keystone XL pipeline. Today, the tables have turned.
Recently, the Ottawa Chapter of the MRIA hosted a panel to discuss the “Authenticity Paradox” and whether or not the public is losing faith in experts.
We've been studying Canadians’ attitudes and opinions about taxation for many years and certain patterns have become evident over time. Many Canadians, for example, do not consider the country’s [...]
Earlier this year, we asked a representative sample of Canadians to rate the importance of a range of factors connected to the development of a pipeline in one of three scenarios: in their local [...]
Environics Research’s John Crocket and the TTC’s Viktoriya Artemyeva present a series of innovative methodologies used to help the TTC adapt to it’s customer’s changing needs at the MRIA 2016 [...]