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 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 likely be popular among cannabis users, even if it goes against the preferences of the broader public.
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 approach to legalization stack up? Tony Coulson, our VP of Corporate and Public Affairs, applies Environics’ social values research to explore the issue.
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
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’s Corporate and Public Affairs Team asked pharmacists their opinion on dispensing medical marijuana and found them to be divided on the issue.
Environics’ Corporate and Public Affairs Team explores the growing business of medical marijuana in Canada and the concerns of many doctors