Poll

A sign noting a limit of 30 litres of gas for non-essential vehicles is shown at a gas station in Maple Ridge, B.C., on Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

WEB POLL: Has the 30 litre limit affected your driving?

Are you trying to drive less, or can you drive less, with less gas per fill up?

A COVID-19 virus. (File photo)

WEB POLL: Do you support employer vaccine mandates?

Should employers be able to mandate vaccinations for workers?

  • Nov 11, 2021

WEB POLL: How will you mark Remembrance Day?

At home or virtually, or in person?

  • Nov 5, 2021
This marks the 21st Halloween for the Brinkworth Dungeon in Murrayville. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

WEB POLL: Taking part in Trick or Treating this year?

Are you taking kids out in costume, or giving out candy this Oct. 31?

  • Oct 29, 2021
This marks the 21st Halloween for the Brinkworth Dungeon in Murrayville. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

WEB POLL: Getting a flu shot this year?

It’s not as serious as COVID, but who wants to get sick at all?

  • Oct 15, 2021
A traffic jam on Highway One in Langley in 2020. (Drive BC)

WEB POLL: Higher taxes on gas-burning cars?

Should there be a financial penalty for those who continue to pump CO2 into the skies?

  • Oct 7, 2021
A traffic jam on Highway One in Langley in 2020. (Drive BC)

WEB POLL: What’s your top priority for MPs heading back to Parliament?

Healthcare, COVID, jobs, or climate?

  • Sep 24, 2021
Dr. Bonnie Henry announced this week that all health care workers in B.C. must be vaccinated. (B.C. government photo)

WEB POLL: Do you agree with the plan to vaccinate all health care workers?

All doctors, nurses, and volunteers must be vaccinated by late October

Dr. Bonnie Henry announced this week that all health care workers in B.C. must be vaccinated. (B.C. government photo)
Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry looks on as Health Minister Adrian Dix speaks during a news conference at the legislature in Victoria, Monday, Aug. 23, 2021. Dix admonished those who refuse to get vaccinated against COVID-19 and have staged protests against the province’s vaccine passport plan, saying it’s both foolish to refuse a vaccination and disrespectful to protest and potentially interfere with the care of hospital patients. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito

WEB POLL: Should vaccinations be mandatory for teachers?

School staff don’t have to be vaccinated, those working with the elderly do

  • Sep 10, 2021
Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry looks on as Health Minister Adrian Dix speaks during a news conference at the legislature in Victoria, Monday, Aug. 23, 2021. Dix admonished those who refuse to get vaccinated against COVID-19 and have staged protests against the province’s vaccine passport plan, saying it’s both foolish to refuse a vaccination and disrespectful to protest and potentially interfere with the care of hospital patients. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito
Photo credit Lindsay Fox/EcigaretteReviewed.com
Photo credit Lindsay Fox/EcigaretteReviewed.com
B.C. joins Quebec in bringing in vaccination passports. (Canadian Press/Graham Hughes)

POLL: Are vaccination passports the way to go

B.C. announced vaccination cards or ‘passports’ are coming

  • Aug 28, 2021
B.C. joins Quebec in bringing in vaccination passports. (Canadian Press/Graham Hughes)

WEB POLL: Election timing

The federal election is Sept. 20

  • Aug 24, 2021
B.C. Wildfire Service dropped fire retardant on a wildland fire in Laidlaw on Aug. 12, 2021. (Hope Fire Department/ Submitted)

WEB POLL: Stop building oil pipelines?

Should Canada keep building pipelines, or not?

  • Aug 13, 2021
B.C. Wildfire Service dropped fire retardant on a wildland fire in Laidlaw on Aug. 12, 2021. (Hope Fire Department/ Submitted)
A help wanted sign is displayed at car wash in Indianapolis, Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2020. Statistics Canada will reveal this morning how the labour market fared in July as restrictions meant to quell the COVID-19 pandemic were rolled back in many provinces. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP-Michael Conroy

WEB POLL: Have you changed jobs as a result of the pandemic?

Unemployment in B.C. is down, but many people have left their old job behind

A help wanted sign is displayed at car wash in Indianapolis, Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2020. Statistics Canada will reveal this morning how the labour market fared in July as restrictions meant to quell the COVID-19 pandemic were rolled back in many provinces. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP-Michael Conroy
BCER Interurban Car 1401, an Ottawa Car Company built in 1910, has arrived at Langley Prairie Station  on its way to Chilliwack in late 1949, with St. Louis Car Company’s 1913-built 1320 in tow as well as a BCER-built 1300 car with the conductor leaning out of vestibule door.  The station was re-built by July 1928 after a fire while the vehicle at the left (light colour) indicates a late 1940s model and a 1930s truck.
Photo by Ernie Les Plant / BC Hydro - G.E. MacDonell Collection

WEB POLL: Would you use the Interurban line?

The province is giving the line, shuttered for almost 70 years, renewed consideration

BCER Interurban Car 1401, an Ottawa Car Company built in 1910, has arrived at Langley Prairie Station  on its way to Chilliwack in late 1949, with St. Louis Car Company’s 1913-built 1320 in tow as well as a BCER-built 1300 car with the conductor leaning out of vestibule door.  The station was re-built by July 1928 after a fire while the vehicle at the left (light colour) indicates a late 1940s model and a 1930s truck.
Photo by Ernie Les Plant / BC Hydro - G.E. MacDonell Collection
Workers install solar panels at a photovoltaic power station in Hami in northwestern China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region Monday Aug. 22, 2011. The Biden administration's solar power ambitions are colliding with complaints the global industry depends on Chinese raw materials that might be produced by forced labor. One big hurdle is polysilicon from Xinjiang, commonly used to make photovoltaic cells for solar panels. (Chinatopix via AP)

WEB POLL: Should B.C. mandate more environmentally friendly buildings?

Tightening building codes could cut greenhouse gas and energy use

Workers install solar panels at a photovoltaic power station in Hami in northwestern China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region Monday Aug. 22, 2011. The Biden administration's solar power ambitions are colliding with complaints the global industry depends on Chinese raw materials that might be produced by forced labor. One big hurdle is polysilicon from Xinjiang, commonly used to make photovoltaic cells for solar panels. (Chinatopix via AP)
Wildfire in Lytton, B.C., seen on June 30, 2021. (@guyatsfu/Twitter)
Wildfire in Lytton, B.C., seen on June 30, 2021. (@guyatsfu/Twitter)
2020 Elections BC photo from Twitter

WEB POLL: End per-vote political party funding in B.C.?

The governement is considering changes to the system soon

  • Jun 25, 2021
2020 Elections BC photo from Twitter
Demonstrators make their way through downtown Kelowna during a solidarity march and rally in Kelowna for blockaders at Vancouver Island’s Fairy Creek watershed on June 5. (Aaron Hemens/Capital News)

WEB POLL: End or continue old growth logging in B.C.?

The Fairy Creek standoff has put old growth logging back in the spotlight

Demonstrators make their way through downtown Kelowna during a solidarity march and rally in Kelowna for blockaders at Vancouver Island’s Fairy Creek watershed on June 5. (Aaron Hemens/Capital News)
A electric car is seen getting charged at parking lot in Tsawwassen, near Vancouver B.C., April, 6, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

WEB POLL: Will your next car use batteries or fossil fuels?

Electric vehicle ownership is rising fast in B.C.

  • May 27, 2021
A electric car is seen getting charged at parking lot in Tsawwassen, near Vancouver B.C., April, 6, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward