Over 73 days before the Alberta provincial election of 2015, we collected 131,563 tweets to analyze Jim Prentice’s now infamous “look in the mirror” moment.
Since Environics began tracking public opinion about the Energy East pipeline in 2012, between 60% and 65% of Canadians have supported the proposal to convert existing natural gas pipelines
Should energy policy be a key issue of party focus this election? Environics Research Vice President of Western Canada Operations, Dan Ouimet, discusses.
In 2015, Environics asked 2,000 Canadians to rank a number of potential priorities for the country over the coming year – in essence, asking Canadians what issues they want their leaders and [...]
Environics Research’s Corporate and Public Affairs Team asked pharmacists their opinion on dispensing medical marijuana and found them to be divided on the issue.
Environics began tracking Canadian attitudes toward the oil sands development in 2008 and noticed a downward trend starting in November 2013.
Environics’ Corporate and Public Affairs Team explores what it will take for electric vehicles to become a more familiar fixture on Canadian roads.