VANCOUVER – Proponents of a multibillion-dollar plan to upgrade transit services in Metro Vancouver spent just over $5.8 million promoting a Yes vote during a… 482 more words
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WATCH: ‘No’ signs for the Metro Vancouver transit plebiscite seem to be scarce, especially in Surrey. Asa Rehman explains why.
It may be a plebiscite, but Metro Vancouver’s upcoming… 273 more words
Let’s start a new category for the Jordan Bateman and the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, beginning with this gem from Geof:
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In December 2014, Bateman wrote on his blog that PST exemptions for things like food should be eliminated.
A number of items and articles, connected with a common theme.
The Daily Scot linked to this video, with a preset to Bateman’s position and involvement on the Port Mann Bridge when he was a Langley councillor: 761 more words
WATCH: TransLink was awarded a lifetime achievement “teddy waste award” today. It comes from the national arm of the Canadian Taxpayer’s Federation. Ted Chernecki explains why the Federation felt compelled to honour TransLink so close to an historic plebiscite asking voters to approve a half percent hike in the provincial sales tax. 681 more words
In The House host Michael Smyth sits down with Canadian Taxpayers Federation B.C. director Jordan Bateman in the legislative building in Victoria.
Topics include the upcoming Lower Mainland Transportation and Transit Plebiscite and the recent replacement of Ian Jarvis as TransLink’s CEO. 22 more words
The Lower Mainland Transportation and Transit Plebiscite has emerged as one of the flash points on the political horizon.
This week’s episode of In Depth features host Ian Austin chatting with two of the leading voices in this debate. 88 more words