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READER POLL: Have you or do you plan to use City of Victoria bike lanes on Pandora Ave. or Fort St.?

READER POLL: Have you or do you plan to use City of Victoria bike lanes on Pandora Ave. or Fort St.?

Weigh in with your opinion on the latest Victoria News web poll

  • May 23, 2018
READER POLL: Have you or do you plan to use City of Victoria bike lanes on Pandora Ave. or Fort St.?
READER POLL: It’s emergency preparedness week. Do you feel you’re ready for a disaster that could force you out of your home?
READER POLL: It’s emergency preparedness week. Do you feel you’re ready for a disaster that could force you out of your home?
READER POLL: Have you donated to or otherwise shown visible support for the Humboldt Broncos?

READER POLL: Have you donated to or otherwise shown visible support for the Humboldt Broncos?

Weigh in with your opinion on the latest Victoria News web poll

  • Apr 10, 2018
READER POLL: Have you donated to or otherwise shown visible support for the Humboldt Broncos?
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaking in Victoria on safety and spill prevention. (Keri Coles/Black Press)

READER POLL: Do you support the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion?

Weigh in with your opinion on the latest Victoria News web poll

  • Apr 5, 2018
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaking in Victoria on safety and spill prevention. (Keri Coles/Black Press)
Photo by Cameron Knowlton
Photo by Cameron Knowlton
Facilitating more conversions of closed hotels to rental space, like this property at 3025 Douglas St. in Victoria, may be part of the province’s commitment to providing more affordable housing. VSRENTALS.CA

READER POLL: Are you encouraged by the NDP government’s addressing of the housing crisis?

Let us know your thoughts on whether the new budget commitment will affect the local market

  • Feb 23, 2018
Facilitating more conversions of closed hotels to rental space, like this property at 3025 Douglas St. in Victoria, may be part of the province’s commitment to providing more affordable housing. VSRENTALS.CA
Canada’s pairs skating team of Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford celebrate their bronze medal at the 2018 Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea this week. Photo David Jackson/Canadian Olympic Committee

READER POLL: Have you watched any Winter Olympics coverage?

Share your TV viewing experiences of this global event via our online poll

  • Feb 15, 2018
Canada’s pairs skating team of Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford celebrate their bronze medal at the 2018 Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea this week. Photo David Jackson/Canadian Olympic Committee
Premier John Horgan leaves a coffee shop after announcing changes to the province’s minimum wage, in North Vancouver on Thursday. This week’s Victoria News Reader Poll ask your thoughts on the strategy for minimum wage in B.C. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

READER POLL: Do you think a gradual minimum wage increase is the way to go for BC?

Share your thoughts with fellow readers on this important issue via our online poll

  • Feb 9, 2018
Premier John Horgan leaves a coffee shop after announcing changes to the province’s minimum wage, in North Vancouver on Thursday. This week’s Victoria News Reader Poll ask your thoughts on the strategy for minimum wage in B.C. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
Ontario groundhog Wiarton Willie predicted another long winter by staying in his hole today, while his Nova Scotia counterpart Shubenacadie Sam apparently saw no shadow and hung around outside his hole, indicating a sooner warming trend. Frank Gunn/Canadian Press

READER POLL: Do you put any stock in Groundhog Day predictions about winter’s length?

We encourage you to weigh in with your thoughts on this annual winter tradition

  • Feb 2, 2018
Ontario groundhog Wiarton Willie predicted another long winter by staying in his hole today, while his Nova Scotia counterpart Shubenacadie Sam apparently saw no shadow and hung around outside his hole, indicating a sooner warming trend. Frank Gunn/Canadian Press
IKEA founder who turned a small-scale mail order business into a global empire, has died at 91
IKEA founder who turned a small-scale mail order business into a global empire, has died at 91
We’re curious about your habits when it comes to crossing at controlled crosswalks in intersections. Let us know by taking part in this week’s web poll. Don Descoteau/Victoria News

WEB POLL: Do you enter controlled crosswalks when the orange hand is flashing?

Share your answer with us on the Victoria News weekly reader survey

We’re curious about your habits when it comes to crossing at controlled crosswalks in intersections. Let us know by taking part in this week’s web poll. Don Descoteau/Victoria News
A second needle in a week was found sharp-end up in a Johnson Street planter recently. The woman who found it was pricked the first time but saw this one in time. Courtesy of the Victoria Police Department

WEB POLL: Do the recent needle prick incidents have you worried for your safety or that of your family?

We invite you to share your opinion with fellow Victoria News readers

  • Jan 18, 2018
A second needle in a week was found sharp-end up in a Johnson Street planter recently. The woman who found it was pricked the first time but saw this one in time. Courtesy of the Victoria Police Department
WEB POLL: Do you believe that police amalgamation is the way to go in Greater Victoria?

WEB POLL: Do you believe that police amalgamation is the way to go in Greater Victoria?

The Victoria News welcomes you to take part in this week’s online survey

  • Jan 12, 2018
WEB POLL: Do you believe that police amalgamation is the way to go in Greater Victoria?
WEB POLL: Will lower MSP premiums leave you with more money at the end of each month?

WEB POLL: Will lower MSP premiums leave you with more money at the end of each month?

The B.C. government, looking at ways to save the average family money,…

  • Dec 28, 2017
WEB POLL: Will lower MSP premiums leave you with more money at the end of each month?
WEB POLL: Are you satisfied with the development and plans for Victoria’s cycling network?

WEB POLL: Are you satisfied with the development and plans for Victoria’s cycling network?

Victoria News invites you to share your opinion on the subject and see how others are voting

  • Dec 18, 2017
WEB POLL: Are you satisfied with the development and plans for Victoria’s cycling network?
Christopher Mavrikos with The Dahlia Society joins Hillside Centre’s Michelle Paget during this year’s Canstruction event, when food and cash are collected for the Mustard Seed Food Bank. But there are numerous other charities out there that seek donations and volunteers, especially during the holiday season. Courtesy The Dahlia Society

WEB POLL: Do you have a favourite charity or group you support at this time of year?

Let us know by taking part in the Victoria News reader poll

  • Dec 4, 2017
Christopher Mavrikos with The Dahlia Society joins Hillside Centre’s Michelle Paget during this year’s Canstruction event, when food and cash are collected for the Mustard Seed Food Bank. But there are numerous other charities out there that seek donations and volunteers, especially during the holiday season. Courtesy The Dahlia Society
WEB POLL: Is the old Tally Ho Hotel the right place for transitional housing?

WEB POLL: Is the old Tally Ho Hotel the right place for transitional housing?

Victoria city council this week approved a three-year temporary use permit to…

  • Nov 24, 2017
WEB POLL: Is the old Tally Ho Hotel the right place for transitional housing?
WEB POLL: Do you think observing Remembrance Day remains important today?

WEB POLL: Do you think observing Remembrance Day remains important today?

Welcome to our latest web poll, which asks for your thoughts on…

WEB POLL: Do you think observing Remembrance Day remains important today?
WEB POLL: Do you think the City of Victoria should be able to force owners of derelict boats to remove them from the Gorge Waterway?
WEB POLL: Do you think the City of Victoria should be able to force owners of derelict boats to remove them from the Gorge Waterway?