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Langley District Parent Advisory Council (DPAC) asked several questions to the seven candidates in the Langley School Board byelection. (DPAC/Special to the Langley Advance Times)

WEB POLL: Will you be voting for the new trustee joining the Langley school board?

Voting takes place 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 27

  • Feb 25, 2021

 

A burnt-out truck discovered in Surrey was located after a shooting in Langley City on Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2021 (Aaron Hinks/Black Press Media)

WEB POLL: Worried about gang violence and personal safety?

Does the increase in shooting worry you?

 

Amanda Parsons, a registered nurse on staff at the Northwood Care facility, administers a dose of the Moderna vaccine to Ann Hicks in Halifax on January 11, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan

WEB POLL: Will Canada hit its vaccination targerts this spring?

Or will supply disruptions continue to cause problems?

  • Feb 11, 2021

 

Items seized over four days of targeted vehicle checks Nanaimo and Victoria by members of the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of B.C. (CFSEU-BC photo)

WEB POLL: Decriminalize street drugs?

Do you think it would reduce gang violence?

  • Feb 4, 2021
Items seized over four days of targeted vehicle checks Nanaimo and Victoria by members of the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of B.C. (CFSEU-BC photo)
COVID cases in the Bella Coola Valley have dropped to just four active cases (file photo)

WEB POLL: New pastimes since the start of COVID?

Has the pandemic inspired – or forced – you to find new things to do?

  • Jan 28, 2021
COVID cases in the Bella Coola Valley have dropped to just four active cases (file photo)
Alberta NDP municipal affairs critic Joe Ceci said Municipal Affairs Minister Tracy Allard has made an unforgivable error. (File photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Alberta NDP municipal affairs critic Joe Ceci said Municipal Affairs Minister Tracy Allard has made an unforgivable error. (File photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS)
The City of Delta is receiving $77,250 from Natural Resources Canada’s Zero-Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program for the installation of 20 electric vehicle charging stations at public facilities in the community, like this one outside the new North Delta Centre for the Arts. (James Smith photo)

WEB POLL: Electric car or gas for your next vehicle?

The government is promoting and subsidizing the purchase of electric vehicles

  • Dec 17, 2020
The City of Delta is receiving $77,250 from Natural Resources Canada’s Zero-Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program for the installation of 20 electric vehicle charging stations at public facilities in the community, like this one outside the new North Delta Centre for the Arts. (James Smith photo)
On Friday, Dec. 4, the Fort Langley Christmas tree lights were turned on, without a crowd. (special to Langley Advance Times)

WEB POLL: Changing holiday plans?

Have you had to change your plans because of the COVID restrictions?

On Friday, Dec. 4, the Fort Langley Christmas tree lights were turned on, without a crowd. (special to Langley Advance Times)
A Langley high school teacher was handed a one-day suspension for ‘physically intimidating’ Grade 7 student  during a basketball game in February of 2016 (Black Press Media file)

WEB POLL: Life changed by a teacher?

Did you see a positive change from a teacher or mentor?

  • Dec 3, 2020
A Langley high school teacher was handed a one-day suspension for ‘physically intimidating’ Grade 7 student  during a basketball game in February of 2016 (Black Press Media file)
There have been fewer cars and fewer customers in Langley City's downtown due to the coronavirus pandemic, but a group is calling for the one-way to go car free for a time. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)

WEB POLL: Have you shopped local, online?

Local stores are expanding their curbside and online options

  • Nov 26, 2020
There have been fewer cars and fewer customers in Langley City's downtown due to the coronavirus pandemic, but a group is calling for the one-way to go car free for a time. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris holds hands with President-elect Joe Biden and her husband Doug Emhoff as they celebrate, in Wilmington, Del., Saturday, Nov. 7, 2020. Federal cabinet ministers are welcoming Joe Biden election as the next U.S. president as an opportunity to advance the fight against climate change. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP-Andrew Harnik

WEB POLL: Will a Joe Biden presidency be good for Canada?

With his election as U.S. president, Biden will likley change U.S.-Canada relations

  • Nov 9, 2020
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris holds hands with President-elect Joe Biden and her husband Doug Emhoff as they celebrate, in Wilmington, Del., Saturday, Nov. 7, 2020. Federal cabinet ministers are welcoming Joe Biden election as the next U.S. president as an opportunity to advance the fight against climate change. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP-Andrew Harnik
Irene Brummitt was waiting with her hand-knitted Remembrance Day poppies for donors to arrive at the entrance to the Avalon seniors residence in Murrayville on Sunday, Nov. 1, 2020. It was her third year making poppies to help with the annual veterans fundraiser. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

WEB POLL: Will you mark Remembrance Day this year?

There are fewer options for public events this year

  • Nov 3, 2020
Irene Brummitt was waiting with her hand-knitted Remembrance Day poppies for donors to arrive at the entrance to the Avalon seniors residence in Murrayville on Sunday, Nov. 1, 2020. It was her third year making poppies to help with the annual veterans fundraiser. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
One of many, many monsters on display at the Brinkworth Dungeon at 22260 48th Ave until Halloween (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

POLL: Handing out candy this year?

Do you have a system to safely dole out treats?

  • Oct 27, 2020
One of many, many monsters on display at the Brinkworth Dungeon at 22260 48th Ave until Halloween (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
B.C. Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry. (B.C. government photo)

WEB POLL: Can we control a second wave of COVID in B.C.?

Will we be able to quash the virus again?

  • Oct 20, 2020
B.C. Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry. (B.C. government photo)
A provincial mail-in ballot. Black Press file photo.

WEB POLL: How do you decide who to vote for?

We’re asking if you vote based on party, or based on candidate

  • Oct 9, 2020
A provincial mail-in ballot. Black Press file photo.
Some of the food from a Thanksgiving dinner from Martha & Marley Spoon in New York. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP Photo/Bree Fowler

WEB POLL: Will COVID-19 shrink your Thanksgiving table?

Will you see fewer people this year for the holidays?

Some of the food from a Thanksgiving dinner from Martha & Marley Spoon in New York. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP Photo/Bree Fowler
A voting package for the 2018 electoral reform referendum. Vote-by-mail packages for the 2020 provincial election will look similar, according to information provided by Elections BC. (Katya Slepian/Black Press Media)

WEB POLL: Voting by mail or going to the polls in person?

The popularity of voting by mail has exploded this year due to the pandemic

A voting package for the 2018 electoral reform referendum. Vote-by-mail packages for the 2020 provincial election will look similar, according to information provided by Elections BC. (Katya Slepian/Black Press Media)
Dr. Brian Day, Medical Director of the Cambie Surgery Centre, sits for a photograph at his office in Vancouver on Aug. 31, 2016. A lawsuit that begins today in B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver has the potential to fundamentally change the way Canadians access health care. Day, who operates a private surgical centre in Vancouver, is challenging B.C.’s ban on Canadians buying private insurance for medically necessary services already covered by medicare. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck)

WEB POLL: Should we allow private health care in B.C.?

The B.C. Supreme Court just ruled against the practice

Dr. Brian Day, Medical Director of the Cambie Surgery Centre, sits for a photograph at his office in Vancouver on Aug. 31, 2016. A lawsuit that begins today in B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver has the potential to fundamentally change the way Canadians access health care. Day, who operates a private surgical centre in Vancouver, is challenging B.C.’s ban on Canadians buying private insurance for medically necessary services already covered by medicare. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck)
WEB POLL: Is the 216th Street interchange positive or negative?

WEB POLL: Is the 216th Street interchange positive or negative?

Will the new interchange improve local traffic?

WEB POLL: Is the 216th Street interchange positive or negative?
Langley School District buses. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)

WEB POLL: Sending kids back to school next week?

Have you chosen in-class instruction, or another option?

  • Sep 1, 2020
Langley School District buses. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)