Poll

Felled spruce and cedar trees waiting to be stripped, sorted and hauled down Island. (Zoe Ducklow photo)
Felled spruce and cedar trees waiting to be stripped, sorted and hauled down Island. (Zoe Ducklow photo)
Stink Creek Park in Port Hardy. (Zoe Ducklow photo)

POLL QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Should Stink Creek Park finally be given a new name?

The district has been landscaping the area, removing alder trees. Does the park need a new name?

Stink Creek Park in Port Hardy. (Zoe Ducklow photo)
One proposal for a disc golf course includes the wooded area near Beaver Harbour Park. Current consultation with the Kwakiutl Nation is underway. Are you in support of a Disc Golf course in this area? (District of Port Hardy photo)
One proposal for a disc golf course includes the wooded area near Beaver Harbour Park. Current consultation with the Kwakiutl Nation is underway. Are you in support of a Disc Golf course in this area? (District of Port Hardy photo)
District of Port Hardy Municipal Hall. (North Island Gazette file photo)
District of Port Hardy Municipal Hall. (North Island Gazette file photo)
Regional District of Mount Waddington signage. (North Island Gazette file photo)
Regional District of Mount Waddington signage. (North Island Gazette file photo)
The Port Alice pulp mill is in bankruptcy and hasn’t run since 2015. (Tyson Whitney - North Island Gazette)
The Port Alice pulp mill is in bankruptcy and hasn’t run since 2015. (Tyson Whitney - North Island Gazette)
The Old School building in Port McNeill. (North Island Gazette file photo)

POLL QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What should Port McNeill do with the Old School building?

Vote now and have your say on the future of the Old School building in Port McNeill.

The Old School building in Port McNeill. (North Island Gazette file photo)
Black Press file photo

QUESTION OF THE WEEK POLL: Should B.C. fish farms be moved on land?

Should B.C. fish farms be moved on land?

Black Press file photo
About two thirds of British Columbians feel safe walking through their neighbourhood after dark, according to a new Research Co. survey. (File)

Most British Columbians feel safe from criminal activity: poll

More than 80 per cent call for ban on assault weapons

About two thirds of British Columbians feel safe walking through their neighbourhood after dark, according to a new Research Co. survey. (File)
Parliament Hill is viewed below a Canada flag in Gatineau, Quebec, Friday, Sept. 18, 2020. A new poll suggests most Canadians are feeling more grateful for what they have in 2020 as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

Poll suggests pandemic made some Canadians more grateful for what they have

Younger respondents in the survey more often cited spending more time with immediate family

Parliament Hill is viewed below a Canada flag in Gatineau, Quebec, Friday, Sept. 18, 2020. A new poll suggests most Canadians are feeling more grateful for what they have in 2020 as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick
People wait in line at a COVID-19 testing facility in Burnaby, B.C., on Thursday, August 13, 2020. A new public opinion study suggests Canadians believe the COVID-19 crisis has brought their country together, while Americans blame the pandemic for worsening their cultural and political divide. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

Pandemic has brought Canada together, pushed Americans apart, poll suggests

In Canada, 88 per cent of respondents said they approved of their country’s response to COVID-19

People wait in line at a COVID-19 testing facility in Burnaby, B.C., on Thursday, August 13, 2020. A new public opinion study suggests Canadians believe the COVID-19 crisis has brought their country together, while Americans blame the pandemic for worsening their cultural and political divide. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
WE controversy takes bite out of Trudeau, Liberal popularity: Poll

WE controversy takes bite out of Trudeau, Liberal popularity: Poll

The prime minister has apologized for not recusing himself from the WE decision

WE controversy takes bite out of Trudeau, Liberal popularity: Poll
A sales clerk keeps his distance from clients at a furniture store in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que. on Monday, May 4, 2020. Retail stores outside the greater Montreal area have been allowed to reopen after weeks of forced closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson

Most Canadians comfortable with pace of easing restrictions: poll

People in most provinces taking steps to reopen were between 60 and 70 per cent supportive of those moves

A sales clerk keeps his distance from clients at a furniture store in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que. on Monday, May 4, 2020. Retail stores outside the greater Montreal area have been allowed to reopen after weeks of forced closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson
(Black Press Media files)

Do you talk to your spouse about money? 42% of Canadians don’t, poll suggests

Politics, sex, religion top list of taboo subjects for Canadians

(Black Press Media files)