The latest summary report of our Public Trust and Readiness tracking study provides up-to-date guidance for decision-makers balancing public health and economic activity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our latest report explores the relationship between young Black professionals and the advertising industry, and how leaders can reflect this diversity of talent at their firms.
We used Environics’ Social Values research to shed some light on the underlying beliefs and attitudes associated with belief in conspiracy theories.
Our team looks at past trends in Canadian attitudes toward environmental issues, to explore how opinions may be shifting in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The results of our recent study for Genworth Canada provide a snapshot of Canadian homeowners’ attitudes and financial fitness, both before and during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our team has developed a FinTech Consumer Adoption Segmentation that allows us to group consumers into four distinct segments based on the values that drive their decisions towards or against the use of technology in the financial dealings
As businesses begin to reopen their doors, many Canadians are hesitant to return to retail stores. Our team explores these consumers’ values and how retailers should respond.
Tony Coulson explores the growing economic concerns of Alberta and the feelings of disappointment in the federal government.
The summary report of our new tracking study provides guidance to decision-makers tasked with coordinating or implementing a reopening of our economy after months of COVID-19 shutdown.