Chinese British Columbians Praise Weather, Political Freedom and Their Home in Comparison to Life in their Country of Origin

More than two-in-five say job opportunities, entertainment options and cost of living are worse here. Vancouver, BC – Chinese British Columbians are definitely happy with certain qualities of life in Canada, but are unimpressed by others, a new ground-breaking Insights West poll has found. The online survey, the first one conducted on our newly launched… Read more »

Economic Concerns and Frugality Hit British Columbia

The perception of the state of the provincial economy has fallen by 21 points since November 2014. Vancouver, BC – British Columbians are not as buoyant about the state of the provincial economy as they were 13 months ago, and two-in-five say they will slash their household budget for entertainment and meals, our latest Economic Insights… Read more »

Housing and Jobs Are Key Election Issues for BC’s Post-Secondary Students

No party has a decisive advantage when it comes to representing the “views and interests” of post-secondary students. Vancouver, BC – Post-secondary students in British Columbia are primarily concerned with two issues as the provincial election looms, a new Insights West poll conducted on behalf of the UBC Alma Mater Society (AMS) has found. In… Read more »