Press Releases & Articles


Many more now approve of safe injection site in Toronto than 2 years ago

| Filed under: Toronto

The majority, well more than half (57%) now approve of a safe injection site for intravenous drug users in downtown Toronto, while just one third disapprove of the idea (32%).

Majority think marijuana dispensaries should be allowed in Toronto

| Filed under: Toronto

The majority, well more than half, say marijuana dispensaries should be allowed to operate in Toronto (57%).

Canadians pessimistic about economy, concerned about financial security

| Filed under: National, Social Issues

Fewer than one quarter expect the economy to improve this year (24%), while the plurality, one third, expect it to get worse (33%).

Federal Liberal continue to dominate

| Filed under: National

Close to one half will vote Liberal if the election were held today (46%), while just more than a third would vote Conservative (34%).

Majority approve of “grow your own” ruling

| Filed under: National, Social Issues

Well more than half approve of the federal court ruling which struck down the prohibition against medical marijuana users from growing their own (56%).

Majority approve of all three controversial pipelines

| Filed under: National, Social Issues

More than half approved of all three contentious proposed Canadian crude oil pipelines.

Progressive Conservatives double up other parties

| Filed under: National

Close to one half will vote for the Progressive Conservatives (46%), which is twice as many as will vote either Liberal (23%) or NDP (22%).

Saskatchewan Party with 24 point lead over NDP

| Filed under: National

Close to 6-in-10 will vote for the Saskatchewan party in the upcoming provincial election (57%).

Porter Airlines tops in customer satisfaction in Canada

| Filed under: National

Porter Airlines won the top scores for customer satisfaction among the one tenth of Canadians who had flown with them (8%).

Majority continue to oppose public funding for Catholic schools

| Filed under: Ontario, Social Issues

More than half disagreed that Catholic schools should continue to receive public funding (52%).