Survey results are meant for general information only, and are not based on recognised statistical methods.
The RCMP Daily Report is an indication of how much time and paperwork is spent on dealing with intoxicated individuals and groups. It's been suggested a detox centre, with counselling and referral services, would be a better solution than the 'drunk tank.
Total Votes: 47
Poll from 08/25/2014 to 09/1/2014
The City of North Battleford has approved its Official Community Plan, despite concerns by the Battlefords Chamber of Commerce that its downtown focus will be detrimental to other areas of business. What do you think?
Total Votes: 67
Poll from 08/18/2014 to 08/25/2014
A recent Troy Media column by Nicole Letourneau and Justine Joschko of Evidence Network.ca reassures parents of young children they have nothing to fear from video games. How do you ensure your child’s screen time is kept within safe limits?
Total Votes: 50
Poll from 08/11/2014 to 08/18/2014
Do you feel the out-of-town news media have been too hard on North Battleford?
Total Votes: 158
Poll from 08/4/2014 to 08/11/2014
Columnist Brian Zinchuk wrote about "dumbass" parking in the Thursday, Aug. 31 Regional Optimist. What's your pettest peeve when it comes to parking?
Total Votes: 124
Poll from 07/28/2014 to 08/4/2014
North Battleford is once again number one in the non-violent crime severity index. It is also number one in the violent crime index. Do you agree the numbers are driven by the high risk lifestyles of a small group of people?
Total Votes: 122
Poll from 07/21/2014 to 07/28/2014
Last week it was announced two new Community Safety Officers would join the ranks of municipal enforcement. What is your reaction?
Total Votes: 91
Poll from 07/14/2014 to 07/21/2014
What is your reaction to the announced sale of Rawlco Radio's CJNB, Q98 and 93.3 The Rock stations to the Jim Pattison Broadcast Group?
Total Votes: 83
Poll from 07/7/2014 to 07/14/2014
In the wake of the flooding that has hit the east and southeast Saskatchewan, what steps should the province take in the future to prevent this?
Total Votes: 74
Poll from 06/30/2014 to 07/7/2014
As of July 1 your email inbox is supposed to become miraculously free of spam messages soliciting your business unless you expressly agreed to receive them. That is the day Canada’s Anti-Spam Law comes into effect. What do you think of the new legis
Total Votes: 72
Poll from 06/23/2014 to 06/30/2014
It's been recommended the provincial government approve SaskEnergy's application to increase the natural gas commodity rate by 26.7 per cent, which could mean an additional $9.57 per month for residential customers. What do you think?