Newspaper poll shows support for pool and an almost 50/50 result for the HST

While the recent Canada Post strike have wreaked havoc across the country, there was a silver lining to the distinct lack of mail. Since Omineca Express subscribers had to come in and collect their papers from the office, we decided to run a poll with three questions we thought were relevant to locals at the moment. Here are the results:

While the recent Canada Post strike have wreaked havoc across the country, there was a silver lining to the distinct lack of mail. Since Omineca Express subscribers had to come in and collect their papers from the office, we decided to run a poll with three questions we thought were relevant to locals at the moment. Here are the results:

 

 

 

Will you support the HST

when it goes to referendum?

 

 

 

 

YES 47 % NO 53%

 

 

 

Do you support building

a pool in Vanderhoof?

 

 

 

 

 

YES 74% NO 26%

 

 

 

Are you happy with the

level of education in Vanderhoof?

 

 

 

YES 79% NO 21%

 

 

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