Max Wood

November 10, 2023

Saying ‘Sorry’ is Working So Far for Ford on the Greenbelt Controversy

How often will voters forgive politicians for a big mistake? Doug Ford is putting that to the test. In April 2021, Doug Ford apologized for the […]
August 24, 2023

Connecting with a Busy Customer: The Art of Communicating Complex Regulation

Today, INNOVATIVE’s President Greg Lyle participated in a panel on communicating complex issues at the World Forum on Energy Regulation.  Below is a link to a […]
June 2, 2023

Wooing Alberta’s Center: How the UCP Won, but the NDP Made it Close 

Today, INNOVATIVE released a new report assessing the impact of the UCP and NDP campaigns in the 2023 Alberta election. This report highlights key findings from […]
May 10, 2023

Good News and Bad News for Canada’s Energy Transition

INNOVATIVE President Greg Lyle spoke today to energy regulators at the 2023 CAMPUT Conference on key opinion trends related to the energy transition and energy regulations. […]
May 8, 2023

A Deep Dive into the Alberta Election

Last week, INNOVATIVE released the vote results of a new INNOVATIVE poll of 1,508 Albertans. The race starts with the two main parties virtually tied (41% […]
April 28, 2023

NDP Gains Centered in UCP Strongholds

On the eve of the 2023 Alberta election, a new INNOVATIVE poll of 1,508 Albertans shows the UCP and NDP almost tied (41% UCP, 40% NDP). […]
March 31, 2023

Early Signs of Potential Damage to Liberal Reputation over China’s Election Interference Controversy

A new INNOVATIVE poll shows that while the controversy surrounding China’s alleged interference in Canada’s 2019 and 2021 elections has not yet captured the attention of […]
March 30, 2023

Alberta Budget Unlikely to Tilt Election Race

What you think about Alberta’s budget depends on how you feel about political parties more broadly. On February 28th, the Alberta government unveiled its budget for […]
March 22, 2023

Reaction to the Emergencies Act Commission Today Echoes Reaction to the Convoy Last Year

A new INNOVATIVE poll on public reaction to the Public Order Emergency Commission’s decision shows that Canadians’ opinions on the conclusion of the commission are framed […]