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A Plurality of Calgarians Believe the City is on the “Wrong Track”

Posted October 19th, 2020 in Calgary, Calgary City Council, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

. Media Release: Countdown to The Calgary Municipal Election 2021 October 19, 2020 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE . (Calgary) With a municipal election now less than a year away, there is a prevailing sense of unease among voters about the direction The City of Calgary is headed today. According to a recent ThinkHQ Public Affairs survey of over 1,200 Calgary […]

Concerns About COVID-19 Drop in Alberta, Along with Approval for Premier & Prime Minister

Posted June 29th, 2020 in Health Care, Healthcare, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

(June 29, 2020 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE) . (Calgary) Albertans’ concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic have fallen sharply over the past two months, and with it much of the associated political credit for politicians according to the latest ThinkHQ Public Affairs survey.  . Over the past two months, the proportion of Albertans who say they are “Very concerned” about COVID […]

Albertans’ Perspectives on Living Through the COVID Crisis

Posted May 4th, 2020 in Health Care, Healthcare, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

(May 4, 2020 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE) . (CALGARY) There is no doubt that COVID-19 is taking a toll on Albertans in a variety of ways, according to a new ThinkHQ survey. Financially, one-third report a disruption to their employment status since March 1st, and almost 30% believe they will have trouble making ends meet beyond the next couple of […]

Albertans Deeply Concerned About Economic Impacts but Prioritize Health Response to COVID: Health Care Experts Lauded for COVID Response

Posted April 30th, 2020 in Economy, Health Care, Healthcare, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

(April 30, 2020 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE) . (CALGARY) Albertans’ concerns about the economy and employment have climbed to record levels across the province due in large part to impacts of COVID-19, outstripping concerns about the spread of the virus itself, but when it comes to balancing economic and public health policies, a majority place a priority on health according […]

UCP Honeymoon Comes to an End in Alberta: Driven by heightened concerns about jobs, the economy and belt-tightening

Posted December 16th, 2019 in Alberta Politics, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

December 16, 2019 (Calgary) After a contentious fall session of the legislature, Albertans’ honeymoon with the governing United Conservative Party is over according to a new ThinkHQ Public Affairs, Inc. survey. The poll shows a considerable slide in public approval for the UCP government over the past two months, propelled by growing concerns about jobs, the economy, and for many […]

Albertans’ Views on Separation

Posted October 18th, 2019 in Alberta Politics, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

(Calgary) Resentment toward the federal government – particularly the current one – runs deep in Alberta, but it does not translate into any serious threat of the province separating from Canada according to a recent ThinkHQ public opinion survey. While less than one-quarter of Albertans would actually vote to secede from Canada today, a sizable majority say they understand where […]

Calgarians Divided on New Arena Deal – City Council’s Approval Continues to Slide

Posted July 29th, 2019 in Calgary, Calgary City Council, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

(CALGARY) Calgarians are split in their feelings about a new deal between The City and Flames ownership (Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corp. – CSEC) to build a new “event centre” which would include a new NHL arena.     According to a new ThinkHQ Public Affairs, Inc. survey, while there is considerable support for the notion of replacing the Saddledome, roughly […]

Calgarians Sour on City Council

Posted July 4th, 2019 in Calgary, Calgary City Council, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

(Calgary) The past year has been a difficult one for Calgary City Council, with a failed Olympic plebiscite, serious budget challenges, a small business tax revolt and senior business leaders calling into question the financial viability of the current Green Line LRT expansion, to name just some of the trouble spots over the past 12 months.  City Hall’s trials and tribulations […]