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POLL: Most are open to DNA-based family discoveries, even awkward ones

POLL: Most are open to DNA-based family discoveries, even awkward ones

Given the potential for trauma and unearthing of long-buried family skeletons, are discoveries based on DNA more of a good thing than a bad thing? Most of you say yes
Ontario government pushes back on release of killers' gun licence files

Ontario government pushes back on release of killers' gun licence files

After it was forced to release documents on a licensed gun owner who committed a 2013 murder-suicide, the province's solicitor-general is refusing to release documents in four similar cases, including one in Burk's Falls
POLL: About two-thirds would opt for a mild winter, given a choice

POLL: About two-thirds would opt for a mild winter, given a choice

Over the last week or two, we had fun asking readers: imagining for a moment that you had Zeus-like powers to command the elements, would you choose a mild winter, or a fierce one?
POLL: About two-thirds would opt for a mild winter, given a choice

POLL: About two-thirds would opt for a mild winter, given a choice

Over the last week or two, we had fun asking readers: imagining for a moment that you had Zeus-like powers to command the elements, would you choose a mild winter, or a fierce one?
Poll: Women, older readers unenthused about a Poilievre government

Poll: Women, older readers unenthused about a Poilievre government

Who would be happy or unhappy about a Poilievre government? An online poll last week uncovered some revealing answers
POLL: Majority of readers open to sending Canadian troops to Ukraine

POLL: Majority of readers open to sending Canadian troops to Ukraine

Overwhelmingly, you said the West should support Ukraine in regaining all its national territory, rather than seek a territorial compromise with Russia. And nearly 2:1 are open to sending Canadian troops to Ukraine
Provincewide, real estate prices continue to fall

Provincewide, real estate prices continue to fall

Prices for three leading real estate categories fell in November compared to October, data released Thursday by the Canadian Real Estate Association shows. It's the fourth month-over-month fall in a row.
Poll: Most readers would vote to abolish separate schools

Poll: Most readers would vote to abolish separate schools

Almost two-thirds of Village Media readers would vote in a referendum to merge existing schools systems into a single secular public school system - but most separate school graduates would keep things as they are
Drivers who browse test centres have higher accident rates: auditor general

Drivers who browse test centres have higher accident rates: auditor general

New drivers from Ontario’s big cities who flock to small towns to take their driver’s tests get in collisions more often than their peers who test on urban roads, Transportation Ministry data shows
Poll: 41% favour looser medical assistance in dying rules

Poll: 41% favour looser medical assistance in dying rules

A large majority of Village Media readers say Canada's Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) system either strikes the right balance now or should be further relaxed. The details, as always, are revealing