Leakage? The impact of recent pipeline decisions on Federal Liberal support

On November 29th, the Justin Trudeau Liberal government approved the Kinder Morgan and Line 3 pipelines and did not approve of the Northern Gateway pipeline, effectively cancelling that pipeline.  Pipelines have been high on the political agenda in Canada and as a centrist party the Liberals have supporters who both favour and oppose pipelines.  What Read more about Leakage? The impact of recent pipeline decisions on Federal Liberal support[…]

EVENT: Greg Lyle @ PAAC – The Fallout of the 2016 US Election – Dec. 9, 2016

Greg Lyle will be speaking to the Public Affairs Association of Canada on December 9, 2016. Full details from PAAC are below:   Please join us for a special breakfast presentation featuring Greg Lyle, Managing Director of Innovative Research Group where he will discuss how and why the 2016 U.S. election unfolded the way it Read more about EVENT: Greg Lyle @ PAAC – The Fallout of the 2016 US Election – Dec. 9, 2016[…]

Hill Times Article: Expectations gap creates same risks for Liberals in Canada as it did for Democrats in the U.S.

by Greg Lyle, President – Innovative Research Group; Originally published in the Hill Times (click here) Voters who believe in the American dream and still have it in sight are a big part of how Donald Trump won in the U.S. And there are just as many of this type of voter in Canada as Read more about Hill Times Article: Expectations gap creates same risks for Liberals in Canada as it did for Democrats in the U.S.[…]

So what just happened south of the border?

By Greg Lyle, President – Innovative Research Group After all the outrage and dramatic ups and downs, how did Donald Trump build a winning coalition? Was there a secret majority of racists hiding under the cover of America’s first Black President? No. More Americans are favourable rather than unfavourable towards every minority group we tested. Read more about So what just happened south of the border?[…]