Back by popular demand: Falcon’s follies ~ Gateway,SFPR and the Railgate connection.

Indeed, with the revelations brought forward by Vicky Huntington and other dedicated researchers on the ALR land being optioned in Delta...there has been increasing attention around several older posts of mine. You can find them all here under the BEST OF page, under the Falcon's Follies series... which leads into another series about Shadow tolls on the Sea …

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“The incestuous relationship between government and big business thrives in the dark.” ~Jack Anderson

From the Fraser Surrey Docks press release: Fraser Surrey Docks was a fitting background for the official launch of the South Fraser Perimeter Road (SFPR)project on Monday, January 12th 2009, which was attended by Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Premier Gordon Campbell along with the provincial Minister of Transportation & Investment, Kevin Falcon, and federal …

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” The shadow plan to industrialize what is left of arable farmland in Delta is very real… and it needs to be exposed.”

Please meet a fellow writer and new friend of mine, Debbie McBride.   Debbie and I were only recently introduced by a mutual friend, and quickly learned we have a heck of a lot in common. Like telling the truth about what is happening in Delta. From the Delta Free Press : South Fraser Perimeter Road …

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Falcon’s Follies: Part 2.

In my previous post I stated that the Gateway initiative and the construction of the SFPR,  were crucial to opening up land development south of the Fraser.  The new mandate given to BC Rail by former transportation minister Kevin Falcon is certainly assisting this venture. There have been numerous land deals that have taken place since 2005 that are worthy of a second look - land …

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