Poll: Give Clarkson The Boot?

Oct 1, 2004 / 3:06 pm

Gov. Gen. Adrienne Clarkson is staying on for another year, solving a delicate problem for Prime Minister Paul Martin and his minority Liberal government....

Poll: Ban Fireworks

Sep 30, 2004 / 4:08 pm

Fire chiefs on the Lower Mainland are pushing for a province-wide ban on fireworks – based mainly on the cost to communities. A study by the chiefs shows that...

Poll: Agree With Pool Decision?

Sep 29, 2004 / 5:07 pm

Kelowna City Council surprised many yesterday by unanimously voting in favour of a $32.8 million 50 meter pool for the Mission. At their last meeting, September...

Poll: Banning ATV""s On KVR

Sep 28, 2004 / 10:01 am

A battle is brewing between ATV riders across the province and Trails BC. The riders say they""re being banned from riding their vehicles on BC trails including...

Afford Mortgage?

Sep 26, 2004 / 9:20 am

According to a new poll done by CIBC, nine out of ten Canadian mortgage home owners are confident they can afford their mortgage payments, if rates go up by one...

Poll: Care About Kelowna""s Homeless?

Sep 23, 2004 / 4:41 pm

A new census on the homelessness situation in Kelowna has been released and the picture is getting any brighter. The census was carried out in April of this...

Poll: Hells Angels As Neighbours

Sep 22, 2004 / 3:24 pm

The man in charge of investigating organized crime in BC has confirmed what many Kelowna residents already know -- the Hells Angels are setting up a chapter...

Poll: UBCM Waste Of Money?

Sep 20, 2004 / 5:07 pm

As many as 15 hundred politicians will be in Kelowna this week for the annual Union of B.C. Municipalities convention. Hotels are booked solid for the event...

Poll: Flu Shot?

Sep 19, 2004 / 7:38 am

Mark down October 11 on your calendar for the second annual Kelowna Medical Society-Kiwanis Clubs of Kelowna Health Fair and Free Flu Shot Clinic. More than...

Poll: Bush Or Kerry?

Sep 17, 2004 / 4:43 pm

Two new national polls suggest the race between U.S. President George W. Bush and Democratic challenger John Kerry has tightened up again, with both...

Will Health Cash Make A Difference?

Sep 16, 2004 / 5:33 pm

The provinces and the federal government signed a landmark 10-year, $41B deal at the first ministers health summit in Ottawa early Thursday morning. The...

Poll: Care About NHL Strike?

Sep 15, 2004 / 5:06 pm

NHL commissioner Gary Bettman apologized to millions of hockey fans Wednesday afternoon while informing them the league has no choice but to lock out more than...

Poll: Paying To Jump The Queue

Sep 14, 2004 / 4:59 pm

A Penticton man in need of knee surgery has put out an ad offering to pay to jump the queue. Bill Binfet""s ad reads: "Do You Need Money? I need a new knee...

Poll: Referendum On Pool?

Sep 13, 2004 / 4:09 pm

A report to Kelowna City Council Monday suggests a referendum be held next spring to determine if a new swimming pool is built in the Mission. The staff report...

Poll: Premier""s Leverage?

Sep 12, 2004 / 6:17 am

Canada""s premiers are hopeful that Prime Minister Paul Martin""s tenuous grip on a minority government will give them leverage to drive a hard bargain at this...

Poll: Keep Pot Cafe Open?

Sep 10, 2004 / 4:15 pm

A Vancouver coffee shop that was busted this week for selling pot is back in business. Police raided the Da Kine cafe Thursday which has been openly selling...

Poll: Get Rid Of Bush

Sep 9, 2004 / 4:39 pm

The world wants President George Bush out of the White House, according to a poll released on Wednesday that shows in 30 of 35 countries people preferred...

Poll: Support PSAC?

Sep 8, 2004 / 5:21 pm

More than 20,000 workers at Revenue Canada begin job action this week. Picket lines are expected to go up at work sites across the country. This comes after the...

Poll: Give Athletes More Cash?

Sep 7, 2004 / 4:19 pm

Canada""s sports minister says the federal government has no immediate plans to provide more money for Olympians. Stephen Owen, minister of state for sport,...

Get To The Bottom?

Sep 6, 2004 / 12:17 pm

The sponsorship scandal that did so much to reduce the federal Liberals to minority government is back to haunt them, just as Prime Minister Paul Martin...