Mario Canseco

Affluence increasingly important to Canadians amid high inflation, says poll

Feelings about religion stagnant, but 62 per cent of men say affluence is important to their lives

There is no unanimity in B.C. on economic reconciliation, polling shows

Only half of British Columbians have a positive opinion of economic reconciliation, according to polling by Research Co. and Glacier Media

Only 37% of Canadians are comfortable with Trudeau’s economic leadership

The Conservative Party continues to lead national polls as the country inches toward its next national election

Less than two in five British Columbians trust industry on fishing, coastal issues: poll

Meanwhile, polling shows that trust in the federal department responsible for coastal matters is high

Speed-on-green cameras widely supported by British Columbians, survey shows

Many British Columbians in favour of initiatives to reduce driving speeds

British Columbians losing confidence government will reduce mobile phone costs: poll

Majorities of users are dissatisfied with how much their mobile phones cost them each month

Most Vancouverites say housing affordability worsened in 2023: new survey

A significant proportion of residents feel there has been no improvement on key issues facing the city, writes Mario Canseco

Half of Canadians would support gender quotas in Parliament: new poll

Polling also shows fewer than half of women in Canada believe the opportunity to run a major corporation is attainable

Pipelines, waste treatment projects most likely to provoke local activism: poll

Research Co. and Glacier Media also asked British Columbians what they would and wouldn't support in their backyard

Mario Canseco: New polling shows Canadians remain politically divided

More than half of Canadians say they believe their province would be better off with a new prime minister in office