The Public Service of Canada (PIPSC) has released a fact sheet based on an Environics Research survey showing 72 percent of Canadians agree that “in the next federal budget, funding for federal government science programs should be restored to what it was in 2011.”
The independent academic review of the problems in the polling of last October’s Calgary election is now available.
The City of Calgary and Environics Research have been recognized by the Marketing Research and Intelligence Association (MRIA) with the 2018 Award for Excellence in Public Policy and Government.
A new TD survey conducted by Environics Research shows only 29% of Canadians and 30% of Americans feel "confident" they will be able to keep pace with change over the next 10 years
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 PCs current conundrum.
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 Tax Fairness and Leadnow.
Getting to work quickly and easily is young professionals’ (YPs) top priority when considering where to live according a survey on YP perceptions of the Toronto region’s housing market conducted by Environics Research and released today by the Toronto Region Board of Trade.
As Toronto’s young professionals look to grow their families, a lack of appropriate housing to meet their needs is becoming a concern, according to the second part of a survey on YP perceptions of the housing market
Watch our VP of Corporate and Public Affairs, Sarah Roberton and Pollution Probe CEO Ingrid Thompson use a SWOT analysis to discuss Canadians’ opinions and behaviour about climate change and a sustainable future.