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Archived Polls

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February 16, 2024 - March 01, 2024

How would you like to receive Eagle Feather News?

Online only (no physical paper) (0.00%)
Paper and online (no change) (0.00%)
Online with a quarterly edition (hybrid) (0.00%)
Subscription-based online magazine (0.00%)
scrap Eagle Feather News altogether because there are too many news outlets (0.00%)


July 10, 2019

Where will you be doing swimming lessons this summer?

At the pool (25.00%)
At the lake (25.00%)
We do them indoors during the winter (25.00%)
We don’t do swimming lessons (25.00%)


June 24, 2019

You made it through another school year, congrats! What are your plans this summer?

Summer camp (0.00%)
Summer vacation (12.50%)
Powwow trail (50.00%)
Summer job (25.00%)
Volunteering (12.50%)


June 17, 2019

How do you plan to mark National Indigenous Peoples Day?

Marching in Rock Your Roots in YXE. (14.29%)
NIPD celebrations in my home community. (71.43%)
Taking EFN’s NIPD history & trivia quiz (and nailing it!). (14.29%)
All of the above. (0.00%)


June 10, 2019

At least two federal party leaders have questioned the term “genocide” being used in the final report for the MMIWG National Inquiry. Do you think the term accurately describes what has happened to MMIWG in Canada?

Yes. (72.41%)
No. (17.24%)
I think “cultural genocide” is more accurate. (10.34%)


June 04, 2019

Are you satisfied with the work of the MMIWG National Inquiry and its final report?

Yes. (57.14%)
No. (42.86%)


May 28, 2019

Do you think Jody Wilson-Raybould will win back her federal seat as an Independent?

Yes (59.62%)
No (40.38%)


May 24, 2019

What would be the best strategy to create new Indigenous language speakers?

Creation and widespread use in schools of apps with these languages (0.00%)
Providing tools for parents to use with their children and themselves (0.00%)
Funding for communities to provide workshops with Elders and other fluent speakers (0.00%)
All of the above (100.00%)
Other (0.00%)


May 19, 2019

How did you spend your May long weekend?

Visiting with family and friends. (5.26%)
Road trip! (5.26%)
Stayed home and relaxed. (63.16%)
Planted my garden. (26.32%)
Caught some rays at the beach. (0.00%)


May 14, 2019

What are your thoughts on Cowessess First Nation addressing the need of getting children out of care by opening a girls residence on the First Nation this summer?

This is a great initiative on tackling the issue of our Indigenous children in the care system. (30.77%)
Other communities should follow Cowessess First Nation's lead on this issue. (0.00%)
A home should be made to include Indigenous boys as well. (0.00%)
All of the above. (69.23%)


April 26, 2019

Regarding the RCMP response to the question of trespassing on Ochapowace land, how would you characterize its response?

The RCMP failed by not responding to the call from Ochapowace about an armed trespasser. (70.97%)
I don’t know. I need more information to pass judgement. (29.03%)


April 10, 2019

What do you think Indigenous communities should do to address the issue of stray dogs?

Communities need to set policies in place to avoid animal starvation, dog bites/attacks and overcrowding. (11.11%)
SPCA, Indigenous communities and leadership should work together on implementing a plan. (38.89%)
Owners need to take more responsibility for their pets. (16.67%)
Owners need to spay and neuter their dogs. (22.22%)
Dog cull. (11.11%)


April 03, 2019

Was removing Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott from the Liberal caucus the right move?

Yes (28.49%)
No (71.51%)


March 26, 2019

What did you think of the NHL being broadcast in Cree?

It's a great way to honour the Year of Indigenous Languages. (26.09%)
Other sports and programming should do the same. (13.04%)
I’d love to see more Indigenous languages included in upcoming broadcasts. (26.09%)
Jason Chamakese and Clarence Iron made the broadcast LEGENDARY. (34.78%)


March 06, 2019

In light of the ministerial resignations of Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott, what should happen next with the Liberal Party?

The former ministers should be removed from caucus. (9.59%)
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should resign. (24.66%)
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should testify at the justice committee about the SNC-Lavalin controversy. (24.66%)
Let voters decide at the fall federal election. (41.10%)


February 27, 2019

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley was recently gifted with a headdress and was given a Blackfoot name at Lethbridge powwow. What are your thoughts on this?

It’s fine to gift someone a headdress so long as proper consultations and protocols were put in place prior to the honouring. (14.29%)
I’m not sure she has done enough for Indigenous people to deserve such an honour. (71.43%)
Alliances and relationships need to be built between Indigenous and non-Indigenous leaders, and this is one way to do it. (14.29%)


February 19, 2019

After his SK visit last week, Minister Seamus O’Regan tweeted the “road to Reconciliation is one that we must walk together.” Your reaction?

It was a sincere message that was perhaps misinterpreted. (57.14%)
He should revisit his idea of what reconciliation means. (23.81%)
His tweet wasn’t a big deal. (19.05%)


February 10, 2019

Given the ongoing controversy surrounding the PMO regarding the SNC-Lavalin investigation, do you think MP Jody Wilson-Raybould will run for the Liberal Party next election?

Yes (50.00%)
No (50.00%)


January 15, 2019

What is your reaction to Jane Philpott being replaced by Seamus O’Regan as Minister of Indigenous Services Canada?

Confused: Philpott had fostered a good relationship with Indigenous people, so why replace her now? (50.00%)
Surprised, but I’m willing to give O’Regan a chance. (25.00%)
It’s time to get rid of the Indian Act and this portfolio already. (11.11%)
Change is good, and I welcome it. (13.89%)


January 08, 2019

What is your reaction to Premier Scott Moe’s apology for the Sixties Scoop?

Long overdue, but it was good to hear and it felt sincere. (25.00%)
An apology doesn’t mean anything unless there is concrete action taken as well. (52.27%)
It didn’t feel sincere at all. (22.73%)


December 03, 2018

Do you think the newly proposed trespassing laws will interfere with your Treaty or Aboriginal right to hunt?

Yes (48.65%)
No (51.35%)


November 26, 2018

Does the Canada Post job action make you worried you won’t be able to send Christmas cheer to your friends and family across Canada?

No, they will work it out. (54.55%)
Doesn’t matter. We have terrible mail delivery where I am. (0.00%)
Yes. I need to send a Neechie Gear t-shirt to my nephew. (45.45%)
You get mail? (0.00%)


November 07, 2018

Saskatchewan recently adopted 'Clare's Law' that allows police to disclose information to people at risk on a 'right to know' basis to prevent domestic violence. Do you agree with this recent adoption?

Yes, with Saskatchewan being rated the province with the highest rate of domestic violence, action needs to be taken. (78.12%)
No, it’s a violation of privacy rights. (6.25%)
It’s a great idea, but it sounds like a logistical nightmare determining the ‘right to know’ basis. (15.62%)


October 30, 2018

The government of SK has approved the construction of the Star-Orion South Diamond Mine project. Should construction go ahead?

Never. (16.67%)
No. They consulted but did not accommodate. (20.83%)
Yes, steps were taken to consult the communities, and there are a number of initiatives in place meant to benefit them. (29.17%)
Not yet: the concerns of the First Nations need to be address and then construction should go ahead, as it would be great for the local economy. (33.33%)


October 15, 2018

Marijuana is legal in Canada as of Oct 17. What, if any, concerns do you have about this new legislation?

I’m concerned young children may be able to access it more easily. (13.51%)
I hope money raised from the taxing and regulation will be used for education and health supports, particularly for young people. (27.03%)
I wonder when and how people will have any marijuana-related conviction expunged from their record. (5.41%)
All of the above. (21.62%)
I’m not concerned. I think it’s about time it’s legalized and regulated: it will get rid of the black market. (32.43%)


October 09, 2018

How do you think cell phones and tablets should be used in a classroom?

Put those phones and iPads away. They’re a distraction. (14.29%)
Use them with set limits: think of the learning possibilities. (42.86%)
Unless the classroom is providing the technology, it doesn’t seem fair to children whose families can’t afford such devices. (42.86%)


October 01, 2018

Now that the snow has shown its face, are you ready for winter?

Yes, I have my winter gear and I’ve winterized my vehicle. (8.33%)
No. Just no. Not ready for the white stuff. (33.33%)
Where’s our Indian Summer? (58.33%)


September 26, 2018

Do you and your family get the flu shot?

Yes, every year. (47.83%)
No, we don’t. (26.09%)
Some of us get it, not all of us. (26.09%)


September 06, 2018

Lots of debate about the Supreme Court of Canada decision to not approve, for now, the Trans Mountain Pipeline. Where do you stand on this subject?

Build it now. (31.43%)
No more pipelines ever, regardless. (48.57%)
Build it, but only after more consultation. (20.00%)


August 16, 2018

The Federal Government is declaring a statutory holiday to mark the painful legacy of Canada's Indian residential schools. What day should it be?

June 21 - National Indigenous Peoples Day (33.87%)
September 30 - Orange Shirt Day (38.71%)
Some other day (27.42%)


July 31, 2018

How do you think the restructuring of Legal Aid will impact services for clients?

I don't like it. I will impact those who need the service. (43.33%)
More outside lawyers will help to ease their workload. (3.33%)
I don’t care. (53.33%)


July 26, 2018

What do you think of Perry Bellegarde being re-elected to a second term as AFN National Chief?

I’m happy with the results. (33.33%)
I’m disappointed: I wanted a new national chief. (60.78%)
I don’t care. (5.88%)


June 25, 2018

What are your thoughts on the teepees on the Legislature grounds in Regina?


May 22, 2018

Grad season is upon us…great time to remind you to send us your grad photos for our annual contest. While we have you, do you think it is okay for some school boards to cancel organizing the annual grad banquet?

Outrage! I wanted to wear a deadly outfit with my Cons and spend on a limo (54.55%)
No biggie….was a waste of money anyways (45.45%)


May 08, 2018

What are you getting for that special person in your life this year for Mother’s Day?

Um, Sunday already?! I have no idea. (40.00%)
Flowers as per usual (60.00%)
Cook, clean, and pamper (0.00%)
Chocolate (0.00%)
Kitchen utensils (0.00%)


April 16, 2018

How many more days of winter do you think we’ll have?

0-10 days (64.00%)
11-20 days (4.00%)
More than 20 days (8.00%)


March 28, 2018

Do you think your city or town is doing enough for reconciliation?

Yes. (27.50%)
No. (50.00%)
Tokenism. (17.50%)
Haven’t started. (5.00%)


March 12, 2018

Do you agree the MMIWG national inquiry should receive an extension?

Yes, we’ve come this far, let’s make sure we gather all the testimony we need. (84.38%)
No, it should have been scrapped months ago. (15.62%)


February 27, 2018

Which of these birds is your favourite?

Raven (14.29%)
Blue Jay (19.05%)
Magpie (14.29%)
Eagle (38.10%)
Robin (14.29%)


February 22, 2018

Who is your Indigenous Olympic hero?

Kevin Koe (10.00%)
Brigette Lacquette (60.00%)
Rene Bourque (30.00%)
Spencer O’Brien (0.00%)


February 05, 2018

Since it is Aboriginal Storytelling Month, will you attend any Aboriginal Storytelling events?

Yes (53.85%)
No (46.15%)


January 29, 2018

How do think Indigenous relations will be under new Premier-elect Scott Moe?

The same. (32.56%)
Better. (44.19%)
Worse. (23.26%)


January 22, 2018

What do you think will be the outcome of the upcoming Gerald Stanley murder trial?

He will be found guilty as charged. (13.75%)
He will be found guilty of a lesser charge. (30.00%)
He will be found not guilty. (30.00%)
Regardless of the verdict, racism will be stoked in this province. (26.25%)


January 15, 2018

Should LLRIB, PBCN, and OLCN open up marijuana dispensaries on their First Nations?

Yes (61.54%)
No (38.46%)


January 03, 2018

Did you make a New Year’s resolution this year and how likely are you to keep it?

Yes, I made one, and I will 100% stick by it. (21.43%)
Yes, I made one, but very unlikely I’ll stick to it. (35.71%)
Nope, I’m perfect as I am. (14.29%)
New Year’s resolutions are for suckers. (28.57%)


December 21, 2017

What are you most grateful for this holiday season?

My health and the health of my family. (75.00%)
Having a safe shelter to call home. (16.67%)
A holiday meal to share with loved ones. (8.33%)
Presents under the tree. (0.00%)
Boxing Day deals. (0.00%)


December 11, 2017

After 5 years, what is the legacy of Idle No More?

Heightened awareness of environmental issues (3.85%)
Political activism and engagement of young Indigenous people (30.77%)
The power of social media to rally and organize (15.38%)
Helped remove Stephen Harper from office (0.00%)
All of the above (50.00%)


December 04, 2017

With the appearance of the new website Walking Eagle, Aboriginal media has finally:

Hit the big time with our own satirical news site. (35.85%)
Someone telling the real news stories of Indigenous people. (1.89%)
Its own news source to spark outrage on Facebook. (0.00%)
Used humour as a great means to humble politicians and we’re so glad someone is doing it. (62.26%)


November 27, 2017

Who or what is the biggest newsmaker of 2017?

MMIWG inquiry: bad press, local visit (40.00%)
60's scoop and the many faces of it: Tasha Hubbard, Betty Ann Adam, Tony Merchant (20.00%)
Lillian Dyck and Women rights and Bill S-3 (and she has been out front on the Inquiry as well) (20.00%)
Mike Linklater: Indspire award, 3x3 basketball internationally ranked (20.00%)
Facebook outrage (0.00%)


November 20, 2017

Are you planning to go witness the MMIW national inquiry when it’s in Saskatoon this week?

Yes (0.00%)
No (100.00%)


November 14, 2017

What do you think of Minister Bronwyn Eyre's apology for her comments regarding treaty education?

Her apology was a half-apology and she should still step down. (59.13%)
She apologized. Let's move on. (40.87%)


November 05, 2017

What do you think of the RCMP's decision to clear itself of mistreatment allegations made by the family of Colten Boushie?

There should have been an independent body investigating the allegations, not the RCMP investigating itself. (82.05%)
No mistreatment found, so case closed. (17.95%)


October 30, 2017

How do you explain the 50% growth of Métis people in Canada?

Babies, babies, and more babies. (5.08%)
More Métis are self-declaring because they are not ashamed of their identity. (49.15%)
People out East with some Indigenous background claiming Métis status. (45.76%)


October 16, 2017

Who do you think will win FSIN's Office of the 4th Vice Chief?

Heather Bear (16.98%)
Fenton Favel (75.47%)
Dolores Pahtayken (7.55%)


October 11, 2017

What do you think of the federal government's 60's scoop settlement announcement?

It's great to finally get a settlement, though no amount of money can take away the pain of removing children from their families. (75.00%)
It's an inadequate amount. (25.00%)
A settlement means nothing until an official apology is issued. (0.00%)


October 02, 2017

Who do you think will win the Office of Second Vice Chief in the upcoming FSIN election?

Simon Jobb (4.07%)
David Pratt (73.17%)
Lyle Whitefish (22.76%)


September 25, 2017

Do you think Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's UN speech regarding Indigenous issues in Canada was sincere?

Yes, he seems serious about building a nation-to-nation relationship. (22.22%)
No, actions speak louder than words, and he hasn't done much for Indigenous issues lately. (11.11%)
Monumental change takes time. I'm willing to give him the benefit of the doubt and wait and see what happens. (33.33%)
At least he ain't Trump. (33.33%)


September 16, 2017

Should AFN Chief Perry Bellegarde have presented a traditional Eagle Staff to Canada to mark the 10th anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples?

No. You can't just hand these out like popcorn. (73.51%)
Yes. Great act of diplomacy and it will remind Canada of its commitment. (17.88%)
It's complicated. (8.61%)


August 28, 2017

Was the Facebook outrage over the Ukrainian dance at Folkfest warranted?

Yes, cultural appropriation is terrible and never appropriate. (39.39%)
No, they were just trying to honour Indigenous culture. (33.33%)
Sensitive people on many sides shouldn't comment on Facebook. (12.12%)
I won't vote because I'm scared of getting attacked on Facebook. (15.15%)


July 31, 2017

Do you think the MMIWG Inquiry should be scrapped and reset or should continue?

It is a mess. Time to do over. (35.56%)
I have faith in the process. Keep going. (64.44%)


July 11, 2017

Are you surprised by the backlash to the City of Saskatoon's "I am the Bridge" billboard campaign?

Yes (14.29%)
No (85.71%)


July 01, 2017

Will you be celebrating Canada's 150th birthday?

Yes (100.00%)
No (0.00%)


June 12, 2017

Should there be chaperoned drinking parties for grade 12 graduates?

Yes (56.52%)
No (43.48%)


June 03, 2017

Are you surprised by the MN-S 2017 Election results?

Yes (100.00%)
No (0.00%)


May 23, 2017

Will you be voting in this weekend's MN-S 2017 election?

Yes (82.35%)
No (17.65%)


May 17, 2017

What should be done about over-population of dogs on reserves?

Dog cull (15.00%)
Spay and neuter stray dogs (20.00%)
Allow rescues to rehome the dogs that could be successfully rehomed (15.00%)
All of the above (50.00%)


April 15, 2017

What do you think will be accomplished through the Métis-Canada Accord signed earlier this week?

A lot. All parties seem sincere and eager to work with each other on shared priorities. (54.55%)
Nothing. It's just another photo op. (45.45%)


April 03, 2017

Do you have any concerns with the progress so far of the MMIW national inquiry?

Yes, I'm concerned about minimal communication about the status of the inquiry. (60.00%)
No, I'm sure the inquiry staff is busy doing its job. (20.00%)
I am willing to give the inquiry the benefit of the doubt and wait for results. (20.00%)


March 23, 2017

What concerns you the most about the latest Saskatchewan budget?

Hearing aid cuts (19.23%)
Cuts to city grants (3.85%)
PST increase (9.62%)
Cuts to education (36.54%)
Eliminating STC (30.77%)


March 07, 2017

What do you see as the biggest issue facing Indigenous women?

Violence (50.00%)
Economic barriers (7.69%)
Inequality in the workplace (3.85%)
Colonialism (38.46%)


February 20, 2017

Now that an Ontario judge has ruled in favour of 60's Scoop survivors, should Premier Brad Wall issue the apology he promised in June 2015?

Yes (90.74%)
No (9.26%)


February 14, 2017

Do you support the idea of Chief and Council doing drug and alcohol testing?

Yes (84.62%)
No (15.38%)


February 06, 2017

Do you agree with the idea of renaming streets for cultural history reasons?

Yes (61.90%)
No (38.10%)


January 30, 2017

Should Canada take more refugees now that the US has banned refugees from 7 countries?

Yes (76.92%)
No (23.08%)


January 23, 2017

What do you think will be the most talked about story of 2017?

MNS election (20.00%)
summer of Indigenous sports (0.00%)
preliminary findings of MMIW national inquiry (0.00%)
Pending Gerald Stanley trial over Colten Boushie killing (60.00%)
Pipeline protests in BC and Saskatchewan (20.00%)


December 18, 2016

What are you most looking forward to this holiday season?

Visiting with family and friends (27.78%)
Staff party (0.00%)
Staying home with just immediate family (44.44%)
Playing outside (5.56%)
Catching up on your favourite Netflix series (22.22%)


December 01, 2016

Were you surprised Prime Minister Justin Trudeau approved the Kinder Morgan pipeline?

Yes (19.05%)
No (80.95%)


November 14, 2016

Who or what was the 2016 Newsmaker of the Year?

School shooting in La Loche (12.50%)
Colten Boushie shooting and racism (26.39%)
Oil spill in North Saskatchewan river (8.33%)
Standing Rock (52.78%)
Other (0.00%)


October 18, 2016

What does reconciliation in health care look like to you?

Acknowledging the current state of Indigenous health is a direct result of policies like residential schools (5.88%)
Addressing jurisdictional issues by practicing Jordan's Principle (0.00%)
Culturally appropriate and culturally safe care (11.76%)
Incorporating traditional healing practices into the Western model (5.88%)
All of the above (76.47%)


August 07, 2016

How optimistic are you that the MMIW national inquiry will provide answers, closure, and healing to families?

Very optimistic. (2.94%)
Somewhat optimistic. (26.47%)
I'm just glad an inquiry was even called. (32.35%)
Not optimistic. (38.24%)


June 29, 2016

Should the Saskatoon Tribal Council hand over its child welfare files to the Province?

Yes (55.56%)
No (44.44%)


June 13, 2016

Have you read the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls to Action?

Yes (83.33%)
No (16.67%)


May 05, 2016

Are you concerned about forest fires in Saskatchewan this summer?

Yes, I am concerned (55.00%)
No, I am not concerned (45.00%)


April 05, 2016

Brad Wall and the SaskParty won the election because...

Wall is a competent leader and earned another term (27.59%)
The NDP didn't offer a good enough alternative (24.14%)
The Liberals and Greens wrecked it for everyone (0.00%)
Colonialism (41.38%)
All of the above (6.90%)


December 13, 2015

What was the biggest surprise of 2015?

That a MMIWG national inquiry was finally called. (19.05%)
RCMP's head chief admitting there is racism in his force. (19.05%)
The NDP's demise during the federal election. (11.90%)
A legally binding climate change agreement. (9.52%)
Trudeau's promise to end the 2% cap on funding to First Nations bands. (40.48%)


November 27, 2015

Who or what was the Newsmaker of 2015?

Chief Tammy Cook Searson's leadership during the northern fires (36.84%)
Indigenous voters heading to the polls en mass during 2015 federal election (47.37%)
TRC release of Calls to Action and final report in December (5.26%)
Liberals swearing in acknowledgement of Indigenous cultures (10.53%)


November 16, 2015

How much racism and idiocy do you see on Facebook lately?

Way too much (76.00%)
I want more hatred (0.00%)
Just the right amount (8.00%)
I just deleted several “friends” (16.00%)


November 05, 2015

What was the best part about Justin Trudeau’s swearing in ceremony and cabinet ministers announcements?

The young cultural entertainers (4.35%)
Two indigenous cabinet members (0.00%)
The gender and cultural equity (8.70%)
All of the above (82.61%)
None of the above (4.35%)


October 28, 2015

Who will become the next Chief of the FSIN?

Helen Ben (26.09%)
Bobby Cameron (73.91%)
Leo Omani (0.00%)


October 13, 2015

Who will form the next government?

The Conservative Party of Canada (19.35%)
The Liberal Party of Canada (19.35%)
The New Democratic Party of Canada (38.71%)
A coalition between the Liberals and NDP (12.90%)
A coalition between the Liberals, NDP, and Green Party (9.68%)


September 10, 2015

Which federal party most closely aligns with Indigenous issues?

Conservative Party (41.18%)
Green Party (8.82%)
Liberal Party (20.59%)
New Democratic Party (27.94%)
None of the above (1.47%)


September 03, 2015

AFN National Chief Perry Bellegarde's decision not to vote in the federal election is...

Confusing (19.15%)
Irresponsible (31.91%)
Hypocritical (40.43%)
Reasonable (8.51%)


August 12, 2015

Will you be voting in the Federal Election?

Absolutely. Indigenous people can have a major influence on the results, and I want to do my part. (81.82%)
Maybe. I need to research the parties and their platforms more first, but I do think it's important. (9.09%)
No. The federal government doesn't represent me or my community. (9.09%)


July 13, 2015

Should the Government of Canada provide funding for the Métis people to hold an MNLA/AGA?

Yes. Too many major issues are being neglected. (5.56%)
No. The Métis Nation needs to sort the impasse out itself. (27.78%)
Yes. But it's unlikely the government will get involved since it stripped funding in the first place. (11.11%)
I don't care. I'm tired of the politics and bickering. (55.56%)


June 25, 2015

Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says he will wait to apologize for the 60's Scoop,saying that makes the apology more sincere. What do you think?

He should apologize right now. (5.38%)
Apologize and compensate the victims (8.60%)
He should take time and do it right (62.37%)
So long ago, no apology needed (23.66%)


June 03, 2015

Are you confident the government will implement the TRC recommendations?

Yes (0.00%)
No (25.00%)
Maybe if there is a change in government (75.00%)


May 25, 2015

Do you think the mining industry has a positive impact on our province?

Yes (50.00%)
No (50.00%)


May 06, 2015

Do you think the newly elected NDP government in Alberta will be a positive change for Aboriginal people in that province?

Yes (82.86%)
No (17.14%)


February 25, 2015

Are public institutions such as universities doing enough to Indigenize themselves?

Yes (28.00%)
No (72.00%)


February 09, 2015

Have you ever experienced or witnessed racism in the healthcare system?

Yes (100.00%)
No (0.00%)


January 16, 2015

What will be the big news story of 2015

Federal election (20.00%)
FSIN election (0.00%)
Collapse of MNS (40.00%)
Resurrection of MNS (12.00%)
An inquiry into missing and murdered Aboriginal women finally being called (28.00%)


December 10, 2014

What do you think is the biggest issue facing the new National Chief of the AFN?

Unity. (52.94%)
Resource revenue sharing and development on First Nations lands. (35.29%)
Achieving a public inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women. (11.76%)


December 04, 2014

Who do you think will become the next National Chief of the AFN?

Perry Bellegarde (35.00%)
Leon Jourdain (35.00%)
Ghislain Picard (30.00%)


December 01, 2014

We know winter's coming every year, but it still sucks. How do you deal with the cold?

Cursing Mother Nature. (0.00%)
Snuggling up under a blanket with a good book. (14.29%)
Lots of hot chocolate. (28.57%)
Hibernating til spring. (14.29%)
By getting outside and enjoying some fun winter activities! (42.86%)


November 17, 2014

Who do you think is the Newsmaker of the Year for 2014?

Kendal Netmaker, Neechie Gear CEO who recently won an Indspire award (7.27%)
Marlene Bird, a story of tragedy and perseverance (4.24%)
NAIG in Regina (3.64%)
Missing and Murdered Aboriginal women (13.33%)
Summer Michel, who dominated at NAIG and also won Youth Citizen of the Year (71.52%)


October 29, 2014

The Métis Nation Saskatchewan is up against the wall and likely losing funding next week. What should be done?

Save the MN-S at all costs (11.36%)
Legally force a meeting chaired by a neutral party (4.55%)
Drop the MN-S and fund Locals (68.18%)
Here’s me not caring (15.91%)


September 04, 2014

Hey Parents...what is the best thing about back to school?

Posting their first day of school photo on facebook (11.11%)
Making lunch in the morning (0.00%)
Getting back on schedule (88.89%)


July 30, 2014

Which book from John Lagimodiere's summer reading list are you most likely to pick up?

The Orenda by Joseph Boyden (33.33%)
The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America by Tom King (38.89%)
Dragon Fly Kites by Thomson Highway (5.56%)
Métis Alphabet by Joseph Jean Fauchon and illustrated by Sheldon Mauvieux (11.11%)
Halfbreed by Maria Campbell (11.11%)


July 13, 2014

Which 2014 NAIG event are you most looking forward to?

Athletics (30.00%)
Canoeing (20.00%)
Softball (10.00%)
Soccer (40.00%)
Wrestling (0.00%)


July 02, 2014

How do you cool down in this summer heat?

Jump in the pool! (50.00%)
Drink a nice, cold beverage. (20.00%)
Have a freezie or a popsicle. (0.00%)
Hide out in the shade. (30.00%)


June 16, 2014

What will you be doing to celebrate National Aboriginal Day?

Attending a powwow and other cultural activities. (25.00%)
Gathering with friends and family. (50.00%)
Enjoying a good, traditional meal. (0.00%)
All of the above. (25.00%)


May 17, 2014

Which team will win the Stanley Cup?

Chicago Blackhawks (36.36%)
Los Angeles Kings (36.36%)
Montreal Canadians (24.24%)
New York Rangers (3.03%)


May 02, 2014

Which second-round NHL playoff matchup will be the most exciting?

Minnesota vs Chicago (0.00%)
LA vs Anaheim (9.09%)
Pittsburgh vs New York Rangers (9.09%)
Boston vs Montreal (81.82%)


April 14, 2014

Which NHL first-round playoff matchup will be the most exciting?

Boston vs Detroit (23.08%)
Los Angeles vs San Jose (0.00%)
St. Louis vs Chicago (0.00%)
Tampa Bay vs Montreal (30.77%)
New York Rangers vs Philadelphia (23.08%)
Colorado vs Minnesota (7.69%)
Pittsburgh vs Columbus (15.38%)
Anaheim vs Dallas (0.00%)


March 11, 2014

What's your favourite part about spring?

Melting snow (15.00%)
Feels like T-shirt weather (10.00%)
Rolling down the car windows (40.00%)
Potholes (0.00%)
Summer is that much closer (35.00%)


February 24, 2014

What are you doing to beat the winter blues?

Taking a warm vacation (50.00%)
Exercising (21.43%)
Bundling up with blankets, hot chocolate, and a book (7.14%)
Staying in bed (7.14%)
Other (14.29%)


February 19, 2014

How will the Canadian men's hockey team do in the Olympics?

Gold (100.00%)
Silver (0.00%)
Bronze (0.00%)
They won't medal (0.00%)


February 01, 2014

How many medals do you think Canada will win at the Winter Olympics in Sochi?

1-10 (0.00%)
11-20 (55.56%)
21-30 (22.22%)
30+ (22.22%)


January 20, 2014

Who is the best First Nation or Métis hockey player ever?

Reggie Leach (10.34%)
Theo Fleury (27.59%)
Freddie Sasakamoose (10.34%)
Bryan Trottier (51.72%)
Stan Jonathon (0.00%)


January 10, 2014

The federal government has issued a statement, saying it is making progress on promises made to First Nations people regarding reconciliation. How would you grade their progress?

I think they are making a lot of great progress. (12.50%)
I think they are making a good effort, but there is more to be done. (6.25%)
I don't think they're doing as much as they should. (18.75%)
I don't think they are doing enough or that they even care. (62.50%)


December 30, 2013

What is your 2014 New Year's Resolution?

Swear less (11.11%)
Quit smoking (0.00%)
Eat healthier & exercise more (66.67%)
None of the above (0.00%)
I don't make New Year's resolutions (22.22%)


December 17, 2013 - January 05, 2014

What is the worst Christmas gift you've ever received?

Socks (0.00%)
Underwear (33.33%)
Pyjamas (0.00%)
Vacuum cleaner (33.33%)
Anything from my husband/wife/boyfriend/girlfriend (33.33%)


December 02, 2013

Who or what is the 2013 Newsmaker of the Year?

MNS in-fighting (14.04%)
Roughriders Winning Grey Cup at home (26.32%)
Nelson Mandela's passing & legacy (28.07%)
Walking With Our Sisters display (8.77%)
Senate scandal (12.28%)
Bell of Batoche Returns Home (10.53%)


November 14, 2013 - December 02, 2013

A year after the Idle No More movement began, do you think it's still relevant?