December 8, 2017
Vancouver, BC – The majority of British Columbians make socially conscious choices in their lives, but when it comes to their financial institution, most never research the type of businesses or organizations it funds, according to a new Vancity... Read more
December 6, 2017
But fewer than three-in-ten chose to report these incidents to a superior or human resources department.
Vancouver, BC – At a time of enhanced discussions about workplace etiquette and the #MeToo phenomenon, a sizeable proportion of working women in Canada... Read more
November 29, 2017
More than three-in-five drivers don’t feel they have to do anything different for winter driving this year.
Burnaby, BC – BCAA’s latest annual Winter Driving Survey—conducted by Insights West—shows that, despite many motorists experiencing a winter driving incident last year,... Read more
November 16, 2017
In Alberta, only 12% of residents believe the name and logo of the CFL franchise is unacceptable.
Vancouver, BC – In light of several discussions about the use of indigenous names and imagery in North American sport franchises, fewer than... Read more
November 8, 2017
Seven-in-ten residents support the change, which would see BC observe the holiday on the same day as seven other Canadian provinces.
Vancouver, BC – Most British Columbians are in favour of changing the date of the February statutory holiday, a... Read more
November 1, 2017
Seniors aged 65 to 74 are more likely to be spending time on structured and informal activities than their younger and older counterparts.
Vancouver, BC – Seniors who reside in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley and participate in or... Read more
October 30, 2017
Dissatisfaction with the federal government is highest on electoral reform, dealing with drug abuse and pending pipeline projects.
Vancouver, BC – Two years after the Liberal Party’s victory in the 2015 federal election, Canadians are divided on which issues the... Read more
October 26, 2017
Legislature has until November 30 to bring in much-needed reforms.
Voters across British Columbia want to see corporate, union and out-of-province donations banned in municipal campaigns before next year’s election, a new survey by Insights West has found.
“The appetite to... Read more
October 24, 2017
A majority of Canadians believe specific types of costumes are “inappropriate” for both kids and adults.
Vancouver, BC – More than three-in-four Canadians will take part in activities to celebrate Halloween this year, with Albertans leading the country as the... Read more
October 19, 2017
Two-in-five residents believe marijuana should be sold in stand-alone facilities, and not drugstores or liquor stores.
Vancouver, BC – While a large proportion of British Columbians continues to voice support for the legalization of marijuana, very few are in favour... Read more
October 5, 2017
Metro Vancouver Parents Reaping Benefits from Out-of-School Programs
Parents say their kids are learning something new, becoming more sociable and improving their school performance.
Vancouver, BC – Parents of children aged 6 to 12 report benefits from enrolling their kids in... Read more
October 3, 2017
Nine-in-ten welcome the provincial government’s decision to ban trophy hunting of grizzlies in the province.
Vancouver, BC – Three-in-four British Columbians believe no grizzly bears should be hunted in the province, a new poll by Insights West conducted in partnership... Read more
September 27, 2017
Residents aged 55 and over are more likely to watch television while having dinner than their younger counterparts.
Vancouver, BC – A large proportion of British Columbians are skipping meals on weekdays because of work or other commitments, a new... Read more
September 21, 2017
Three-in-ten residents have recently donated to health and health care-related organizations.
Vancouver, BC – British Columbians are more likely to make a financial donation to charities that they have established a personal connection with, according to the Read more
September 14, 2017
Roughly the same proportion of residents support and oppose the proposed Kinder Morgan project.
Vancouver, BC – The recent provincial election and the swearing-in of a new government in British Columbia have not moved the needle on the issue of... Read more
September 12, 2017
Most Canadians have not followed the issue closely, and are more likely to believe that politicians and lawyers pay fewer taxes than doctors and surgeons.
Vancouver, BC – Most Canadians have paid little or no attention to the recent proposal... Read more
September 5, 2017
BCAA asks parents to make a “new school year” resolution to improve driving habits
Burnaby, BC – BCAA’s second annual School Zone Safety survey, conducted by Insights West, shows that driving in school zones has gone from... Read more
August 22, 2017
More than half of residents approve of the performance of Premier John Horgan.
Vancouver, BC – As the BC Liberals prepare to set the guidelines for the election of a new leader, former Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts has emerged as... Read more
August 10, 2017
Only one in every four cups of coffee or tea poured in Metro Vancouver stores goes into a personal reusable container.
Vancouver, BC – Residents of Metro Vancouver have not fully embraced the concept of personal reusable containers for coffee... Read more