Housing is Biggest Issue in Vancouver, Surrey Worried About Crime

Residents of British Columbia’s largest municipalities hold differing views on how their respective governments are handling issues such as public safety and development. Vancouver, BC – Residents of Surrey are expressing a momentous level of concern over public safety in their community, while Vancouverites are primarily worried about housing, a new Insights West poll has… Read more »

Three-in-Ten Canadians Personally Impacted by Addiction

Poverty and affordable housing are also seen among the three most pressing social issues facing the country. This research is dedicated to the memory of Port Moody teenager Gwynevere Staddon. Our goal is to raise the bar on awareness and education, and to inspire governments, stakeholder groups, citizens, parents and youth to take action and… Read more »

Metro Vancouver’s management class could be leaving in droves

A large percentage of Metro Vancouver homeowners are considering cashing out their real estate gains and moving to more affordable markets—both in the Lower Mainland and elsewhere. These and other sentiments are captured in Resonance Consultancy’s new Future of B.C. Housing study, just as British Columbians have identified housing as the top provincial election issue… Read more »

More than Half of British Columbians Likely to Move in the Next 5 Years

B.C. is going to be a province on the move in the next five years. More than four in 10 B.C. homeowners and seven in 10 renters are planning to buy or rent a different home in the next five years. These and other sentiments are captured in Resonance Consultancy’s new Future of B.C. Housing… Read more »

For B.C. Millennials, It’s Vancouver or Nowhere

The province’s youngest owners and renters want to live in the Lower Mainland more than anywhere else. These and other sentiments are captured in Resonance Consultancy’s new Future of B.C. Housing study, just as British Columbians have identified housing as the top provincial election issue this spring. Vancouver, BC – According to a new study… Read more »

Watts Would Give Liberal Voters Hope in British Columbia

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 the only candidate that would place the opposition party in a privileged position, a new… Read more »