Darrell Bricker is the CEO of Ipsos Global Public Affairs. Prior to joining Ipsos Reid, Bricker was director of public-opinion research in the office of the prime minister. He holds a Ph.D. in political science from Carleton University and is the co-author (with Edward Greenspon) of Searching for Certainty: Inside the New Canadian Mindset. He is the co-author, with John Wright, of What Canadians Think About Almost Everything. Follow Darrell on Twitter @darrellbricker.
Wow, was this book a big disappointment. I had expected so much more.
Simply, if this is the best argument that can be made for the ascendancy of small "c" conservatism... Read more
Great book and love that it is Canadian data and the author is Canadian too. Well done and Darrell is a wonderful speaker for those planning a conference. Thanks.Published 5 months ago by Rose Lamb
It taught me about underlying currents in todays society. I loved the whole package and I would tell anyone that this a very smart book to purchase.Published 6 months ago by bill rogerson
I won't repeat what many already wrote So I will be short (please read other comments as they are good) , I rate it 3 starts because at least for me, it was known the majority... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Juan Jose Alvarado
The Big Shift is at once ambitious and disappointing. Bricker, a leading pollster, and Ibbitson, a leading political journalist, set out a bold project for themselves. Read morePublished 17 months ago by K. P. Siu
A must read! If you think you know Canada, read on as you probably don't. This book is extremely topical and interesting. I'm already planning to buy extras for Christmas gifts.Published 17 months ago by Brenda Jones
I couldn't put this book down. With straightforward language and a lot of predictions for Canada's future supported by raw data and facts, this book is an awesome read. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Nate
Insightful and thought provoking book for anyone interested in a deeper understanding of how things work. Read morePublished 18 months ago by insightseeker