Mario Canseco

Support for separated bike lanes remains strong in Vancouver

Just over 12 years ago, Vancouverites who drove downtown first found out that some of the parking spaces they relied upon would disappear and give way to new cycling infrastructure. At the time,...

Canadians split on idea of bringing back death penalty: poll

In the year 2020, the justice systems of at least 18 countries around the world allowed a human being to be executed for a crime. Most of these individual instances where capital punishment was...

Work, money matters continuing to keep Canadians awake at night

In late 2019, when Research Co. and Glacier Media originally reviewed the nightly habits of Canadians, we learned that many of us were not meeting the recommended guidelines about sleeping seven to...

Almost two-thirds of Canadians support idea of vaccine passports: poll

Six weeks have gone by since Research Co. and Glacier Media first asked about the concept of “Vaccine Passports.” At the time, the promise of an earlier return to regular activity seemed feasible,...

Confidence in the security of online banking and retail rising in B.C.

The COVID-19 pandemic put British Columbians more in tune with technology for work and leisure. Virtual meetings have become the norm, and many employed residents of the province expect them to...

Pandemic fails to move public-opinion needle on morality: poll

The past 13 months have provided many opportunities for Canadians to reassess their views on how the world operates. Our direct interaction with other human beings has decreased on account of the...

For underground alerts in your neighbourhood, who you gonna call?

We are just a few weeks away from the Victoria Day weekend, which is regarded as the unofficial start of gardening season across the country. This year has a special significance for British...

Canadians continue to find no shortage of disinformation, vitriol on social media, poll

The last couple of years have not been particularly great for the dissemination of news in North America. First, we went through extremely divisive political campaigns in the United States and...

Most Canadians not ready to expand drug legalization beyond cannabis

Canada has had just over two and a half years of legal marijuana. The 4/20 commemorations that used to captivate large audiences in some municipalities are gone, especially now that we are being...

Despite some improvement during pandemic, many B.C. residents still struggle with work-life balance

Two years ago, Research Co. and Glacier Media took an initial look at the complexities of people who work in British Columbia.   At the time, we were curious about the way employed residents felt...