John Wright: Our latest DART & maru/Blue research poll checked in on this new workforce and found them still settling into their new lockdown-imposed workplaces. There’s a new class of worker in this country and it’s likely you know some of them. They’re the recent office dwellers who now wear business clothes from the waist […]
John Wright: Rightly or wrongly, there’s an expectation among the public as to when the current situation will end For weeks, the TV appointment time has been 11 a.m. EDT and 2 p.m. when a parade of government leaders, medical officials and other pandemic players have held briefings on the impact of COVID-19 on the […]
More than a million Canadians believe they are on the verge of having to declare bankruptcy, according to the findings of a new poll released Thursday. The survey conducted by DART & maru/Blue found an even larger group — 4.2 million Canadian adults — said they consider themselves to be heading towards bankruptcy over the […]
John Wright: The majority are focused on protecting their health. Roughly another quarter put a priority on their jobs and homes. See the full National Post article (April 8, 2020).
When it comes to their own personal or family financial situation over the next three months, one in five Canadians say they will be either ‘pressured and anxious,’ or ‘dire and desperate’ See the full National Post article (March 31, 2020)
March 11, 2020 Panel discussion Putting Seniors First with John Wright.
The Ontario Liberal Party handed former Wynne minister Steven Del Duca a first ballot win and new business cards as the Leader of the provincial party. The governing Progressive Conservatives have already released online ads framing Del Duca as a continuation of Kathleen Wynne’s politics and policies. Can Del Duca redefine himself? Can he redefine the provincial […]
Listen to the declarations coming out of Washington about COVID-19 and it’s clear that the Canadian response to the outbreak has been weeks ahead of the curve. Nonetheless, all of our preparedness for this strain of the coronavirus is not enough to inoculate us against the Trump administration’s viral confusion and its effects on world […]
At the time of this recording, the nationwide rail blockades continue with no end in sight. The prime minister admits there has been no progress in meaningful talks and told a Friday afternoon news conference it’s time for the blockades to come down. What does that mean? There is no plan. There is no deadline. […]
The Christmas recess has wrapped up at Queen’s Park, the legislature is back in session and there are more than a few pots at a rolling boil on the front burner. The labour standoff continues with all of the teachers’ unions across the province. Rotating strikes continue and there appears to be no progress in […]
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