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‘Rider Tracker 2012

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New Study Released: CCS awareness higher on Prairies than the rest of Canada

Our SaskWatch Research panel members took part in a national study on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) as a tool to combat climate change.  According to this study, public awareness and acceptance of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) as a tool to combat climate change is higher in Saskatchewan and Alberta than the rest of Canada.  Other key findings:

  • 31% of Canadians think climate change is occurring and is due solely to human activity;
  • 57% of Canadians think climate change is caused by a mix of human activity and natural climate variation;
  • 95% of Canadians favor solar energy as an energy source followed by wind (90%), hydroelectric (81%), natural gas (71%), nuclear (32%) with coal trailing at (19%);
  • 51% of Canadians believe fossil fuels will still be used for electricity production after the year 2050; and
  • 29% of Canadians believe CCs will help ensure lower and more stable energy prices.

The online survey of 1,548 Canadians, commissioned by IPAC-CO2 with support from Carbon Management Canada (CMC), was conducted by Insightrix Research, Inc. between Sept. 27 and Oct. 28. 2011. For more information on the study, please visit CMC’s website: or IPAC-CO2’s site at .

New ‘Rider Tracker Article: Loss to Calgary

Find out what your fellow panelists thought about the recent loss to the Calgary Stampeders.

New ‘Rider Tracker : Loss to BC Lions

Find out what your fellow panelists had to say about the 29-18 loss to the BC Lions. click:

New ‘Rider Tracker Article

Find out how SaskWatch Pan­elists took the 42-5 loss against the BC Lions.

Rider Tracker Online!

Find out what your fel­low pan­elists thought about the 30-20 win over the Argonauts.

The ‘Riders Win Against Winnipeg!

Read the story on how your fel­low pan­elists felt about the big win at

Insightrix BBQ

On Fri­day, July 15, Insightrix held a BBQ out­side its new-ish offices up on Mil­lar Avenue. The weather co-operated (thank­fully!) and it turned out to be a beau­ti­ful rain free day. Every­one and any­one were wel­come to stop in for a free burger and pop, and a gui­tar player was on hand to enter­tain the crowd. In all, over 100 peo­ple came out to enjoy the food, music and sunshine!

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