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Butter and sourdough bread is shown at a house in Vernon, B.C. on Wednesday, February 24, 2021. A Quebec dairy farmers’ group is calling on milk producers to stop feeding palm oil or its derivatives to livestock as controversy churns over how these supplements affect the consistency of butter. (THE CANADIAN PRESS - Jesse Johnston)

Poll: Care to spread your feelings on butter?

Reports of hard butter have rattled the Canadian dairy industry

A laboratory technician holds a dose of a COVID-19 novel coronavirus vaccine candidate that's ready for trial on monkeys at the National Primate Research Center of Thailand. (Mladen Antonov | AFP)

WEB POLL: Will you take a vaccine for COVID-19?

Doses are expected to arrive in the new year

WEB POLL: Would you like to see the proposed highway connecting Red Deer to Kamloops built?

WEB POLL: Would you like to see the proposed highway connecting Red Deer to Kamloops built?

The idea to build a highway connecting Highway 11 at Saskatchewan River…

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is seen during a news conference in Ottawa, Wednesday October 23, 2019. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is seen during a news conference in Ottawa, Wednesday October 23, 2019. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld
A recent survey conducted by Leger and commissioned by Coast Capital Savings found that 50 per cent of B.C. parents are stressed about back to school costs. (Photo from Unsplash)
A recent survey conducted by Leger and commissioned by Coast Capital Savings found that 50 per cent of B.C. parents are stressed about back to school costs. (Photo from Unsplash)
Penticton’s last farmers’ market of 2018 took place on Oct. 27. With spring fast approaching, the market is set to return April 20, 2019. Jordyn Thomson - Western News
Penticton’s last farmers’ market of 2018 took place on Oct. 27. With spring fast approaching, the market is set to return April 20, 2019. Jordyn Thomson - Western News
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Icy walk at Margaret Falls
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Valentine's Day ice skating in Salmon Arm
Valentine's Day ice skating in Salmon Arm
Fishers take to the frozen waters of Monte Lake for long weekend ice fishing Sunday, Feb. 17. (Niña Monica Lim photo)

Poll: What do you think of Family Day weekend’s move?

Until this year, Family Day has fallen on the second Monday in February

Fishers take to the frozen waters of Monte Lake for long weekend ice fishing Sunday, Feb. 17. (Niña Monica Lim photo)
Web poll: When is the best time to break out the Christmas decorations?
Web poll: When is the best time to break out the Christmas decorations?
A highway crew changes out a speed limit sign on a B.C. highway. (File photo)

Web poll: Do you support the speed limit reductions on B.C. highways?

Province reduces speeds on several roads in an effort to curb collisions

A highway crew changes out a speed limit sign on a B.C. highway. (File photo)
Web poll: What issues are most important to you in the 2018 civic elections?

Web poll: What issues are most important to you in the 2018 civic elections?

Salmon Arm, Sicamous and Shuswap voters get their say Oct. 20

Web poll: What issues are most important to you in the 2018 civic elections?
BCGEU treasurer, Paul Finch speaks outside Playtime Casino in Kelowna with picketers on July 22. Photo submitted.
BCGEU treasurer, Paul Finch speaks outside Playtime Casino in Kelowna with picketers on July 22. Photo submitted.
(Submitted/Don Stahl)

Poll: Should campfire bans be lifted in the Okanagan?

What do you think? Kelowna’s ban remains in place.

(Submitted/Don Stahl)
Poll: The Federal Court of Appeal’s contentious pipeline ruling

Poll: The Federal Court of Appeal’s contentious pipeline ruling

We’re asking your thoughts on whether the Federal Court of Appeal made the right call.

Poll: The Federal Court of Appeal’s contentious pipeline ruling
Poll: How can we combat human-caused wildfires?

Poll: How can we combat human-caused wildfires?

We’re asking your thoughts on the best way to combat human-caused wildfires

Poll: How can we combat human-caused wildfires?
Salmon Arm Observer web poll

Salmon Arm Observer web poll

What are you most excited about for the 2018 Roots and Blues festival?

Salmon Arm Observer web poll
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Salmon Arm Observer web poll

Would you support a ban on plastic straws?

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Tourists fight for the best view of the salmon run on the newly built viewing platform in Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park. The province is planning to re-name the park, Tsútswecw Park. (File photo)

Salmon Arm Observer web poll

Do you agree with changing the name of Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park to Tsútswecw Park?

Tourists fight for the best view of the salmon run on the newly built viewing platform in Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park. The province is planning to re-name the park, Tsútswecw Park. (File photo)
A protester holds a photo of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and a representation of the globe covered in oil during a protest against the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion in Vancouver, B.C., on Tuesday May 29, 2018. The federal Liberal government is spending $4.5 billion to buy Trans Mountain and all of Kinder Morgan Canada’s core assets, Finance Minister Bill Morneau said Tuesday as he unveiled the government’s long-awaited, big-budget strategy to save the plan to expand the oilsands pipeline. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

Salmon Arm Observer web poll

Do you think the right decision was made in purchasing the Trans Mountain Pipeline?

A protester holds a photo of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and a representation of the globe covered in oil during a protest against the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion in Vancouver, B.C., on Tuesday May 29, 2018. The federal Liberal government is spending $4.5 billion to buy Trans Mountain and all of Kinder Morgan Canada’s core assets, Finance Minister Bill Morneau said Tuesday as he unveiled the government’s long-awaited, big-budget strategy to save the plan to expand the oilsands pipeline. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
BC SPCA is reminding pet owners to not leave their four-legged companions in their vehicles this summer. (Contributed photo)

Salmon Arm Observer web poll

If you were to see a a pet in distress, locked in a car during a hot day, what would you do?

BC SPCA is reminding pet owners to not leave their four-legged companions in their vehicles this summer. (Contributed photo)
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Salmon Arm Observer web poll

Do you think flood worries have passed for the Shuswap area or is the worst still yet to come?

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