Entries by Laura

Toyota Chosen by Canadian Public as Canada’s Most Respected Auto Manufacturer

Toyota Motor Company (Toyota) has been chosen as Canada’s Most Respected Auto Manufacturer by the Canadian public in a recent nationally representative public opinion survey. “Respect is earned, not just by manufacturing strong products, but through a combination of trusted local service and support, industry leadership, corporate values and genuine community engagement.” said Jeff Munn, […]

TELUS Chosen by Canadian Public as Canada’s Most Respected Mobile Service Provider

TELUS Communications Inc. has been chosen by the Canadian public as Canada’s Most Respected Mobile Service Provider. “Respect is a combination of how a company treats it employees and customers, what the company communicates and contributes to society, how much they are trusted, how their leadership/employees act and what is said about them in the […]

RBC Royal Bank Chosen by Canadian Public as Canada’s Most Respected Retail Bank

The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) has been chosen by the Canadian public as Canada’s Most Respected Retail Bank. The award for Retail Banking (personal, family, branch, and community operations) is based on a national public opinion poll of 4,035 Canadians, between November 26 and December 3, 2020 undertaken by Maru/Blue Public Opinion Research. “This […]

CANADA’S MOST RESPECTED AWARD PROGRAM LAUNCHED

Canadians to Choose One Corporation Per Sector or Group Toronto, Ontario – Monday, November 9, 2020 – DART Insight and Communications has announced the launch of its “DART I & C Canada’s Most Respected Corporation Program” which will present awards to those corporations in various sectors that the Canadian public most respects. Beginning in November […]

Canadians Views on Race Relations

TORONTO, June 5, 2020 /CNW/ – A new DART & maru/Blue poll shows a majority (69%) believe there is prejudice against visible minorities in Canada today but when they look across the country, in their communities, neighbourhoods and police departments, only a minority recognize it. Few Canadians think much progress in race relations has been made over the past […]