Rich Coleman announces retirement as Cullen Commission gets underway

Frédéric Bastiat was a 19th century free market French economist and writer. He is known for his writings on plunder, legal or otherwise, and one of his most reknowned quotes is: “When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men in a society, over the course of time they create for themselvesContinue reading Rich Coleman announces retirement as Cullen Commission gets underway

Everything old is new again: CBC investigation raises big questions about Port Mann bridge build.

For Merv. There is nothing that gets a transportation geeks blood pumping than seeing some excellent investigative work on a project you’ve written about at least a dozen times: the Port Mann bridge project. Two pieces you should read this morning and I will tell you why in a moment.    From CBC: ‘Weak oversight’Continue reading Everything old is new again: CBC investigation raises big questions about Port Mann bridge build.

Letter from a reader : An Uber perspective from a former taxi driver.

I’ve been busy researching for upcoming posts on Site C and BC Hydro next week – there is a lot to cover since BC Hydro filed suit against the Treaty 8 Rocky Mountain campers along with a few local farmers and residents supporting them – but I’m taking a break from the keyboard this weekend.Continue reading Letter from a reader : An Uber perspective from a former taxi driver.

Houston, we have a problem: hardly anyone votes in Surrey

I tweeted out some stark reminders of Surrey’s last election today: Population of Surrey: approx. 472,000, estimated to grow by about a 1000 every month Number of registered voters : 279,051 as per the last election in 2011 Number of ballots cast: 70,253 Number of years all residents had to live with the future dictatedContinue reading Houston, we have a problem: hardly anyone votes in Surrey