Poll: Did Castanet Go Too Far?

Sep 2, 2004 / 10:50 am

Castanet came under heavy criticism this week for running a story about the execution of 12 Nepalese hostages at the hands of Iraqi militants. We ran a story...

Poll: Forbidding Big Oil Companies

Sep 1, 2004 / 5:09 pm

A special committee says the Nova Scotia government should push retail gasoline prices down by forbidding big oil companies from owning gas stations in the...

Poll: Ban Pit Bulls

Aug 31, 2004 / 4:48 pm

Ontario is considering a province-wide ban on pit bulls following a weekend attack on a Toronto man, the province""s attorney general says. Municipalities...

Poll: Feel Safe In City Park?

Aug 30, 2004 / 5:26 pm

Is Kelowna City Park getting out of control? That question is being addressed by various parties following an increase in complaints. "A lot more people...

Three Fifths Satisfied

Aug 29, 2004 / 11:26 am

With the new school year just starting, about 60 per cent of Canadians surveyed in a recent poll expressed satisfaction with the education system in their...

Are You A Cheater?

Aug 28, 2004 / 12:12 pm

Cheating seems to have become more common and unfortunately more accepted today. It doesn’t matter what field you choose today there is cheating. It seems...

Poll: Horses Okay For Kelowna?

Aug 27, 2004 / 4:35 pm

Dale Agar of Kelowna gets around in a Jaguar Shadow. It""s brown, shiny and can reach up to 40 km on a good day. Jaguar Shadow is a horse -- Dale""s horse and...

Poll: John Cam An Invasion?

Aug 26, 2004 / 4:37 pm

Winnipeg police have a new weapon in their fight against prostitution -a john-cam that captures video footage of hookers and customers that is later posted on a...

Poll: Try Kelly Ellard Again?

Aug 25, 2004 / 5:18 pm

He got Shannon Murrin off the hook in the Mindy Tran murder case and now Kelly Ellard is hoping he can do the same for her. Ellard, the Victoria woman charged...

Poll: Bingo And Booze

Aug 24, 2004 / 5:18 pm

Kelowna City Council has approved Bingo Kelowna’s application for a Liquor Primary License. Bingo Kelowna was applying for a liquor license for 425 persons...

Poll: Olympic Doping Forever?

Aug 23, 2004 / 5:49 pm

Russia""s Irina Korzhanenko was stripped of her shot put gold medal Monday, the first athlete of the Athens Games to lose an Olympic title because of doping....

It""s In You To Give

Aug 22, 2004 / 1:04 pm

It will be two months before a winner is declared but Game 7 of the Interior Drive For Life begins this week. The seventh annual blood donor challenge between...

Crime Fighter?

Aug 21, 2004 / 11:31 am

International organized crime groups have established huge networks across Canada to traffic drugs, import sex slaves, export stolen luxury vehicles and commit...

Poll: Jail Emery?

Aug 20, 2004 / 5:04 pm

A prominent advocate for the legalization of marijuana has been sentenced to three months in jail for trafficking. Marc Emery, president of the B.C. Marijuana...

Poll: Handing Out Bibles

Aug 19, 2004 / 5:25 pm

Citizenship and Immigration Canada has banned the Canadian Bible Society from giving out Bibles at citizenship ceremonies, saying the practice is not consistent...

Poll: Mandatory Retirement

Aug 18, 2004 / 4:31 pm

The Ontario government has taken its first steps towards eliminating mandatory retirement at age 65, but labour leaders expressed doubts about whether the move...

Poll: No American Artists Please

Aug 17, 2004 / 5:21 pm

Kelowna""s Public Arts Committee has been called before City Council to explain its actions. At issue is the selection of the artist who is going to make...

Poll: Better Prepared For Fire?

Aug 17, 2004 / 6:40 am

With the one year anniversary of the start of the Okanagan Mountain Park fire this past Monday, many are pausing to reflect on what is was like one year ago and...

Poll: More Money For Sports?

Aug 16, 2004 / 6:40 am

Watching Olympic coverage this weekend, there has been a common theme among many of the former athletes now colour commentators - Canadian sport needs more...

Poll: Pay for Castanet?

Aug 15, 2004 / 12:00 pm

September 1st is a new fiscal year for many businesses, including Castanet. Most businesses go through and take a long hard look at the past year and budget for...