Call me a geek but the big transportation projects of BC have always been of keen interest to me and I’ve written about many. The Kicking Horse bridge, the South Fraser Perimeter road,Port Mann Bridge and of course, the infamous Sea to Sky highway. With the discussion of road pricing and regional tolling sure toContinue reading Sea to Sky highway project making money once again…but not for the taxpayers of BC
When I published the photos of the conditions of just three of the 219 retaining walls on the Sea to Sky Highway last year, the Ministry of Transportation said the issue was merely cosmetic, and that the walls are inspected annually. Then the news that in fact a fourth retaining wall needed significant structural repairs suchContinue reading Denial, deflect, discredit.
Grave words, to be sure, but exceedingly important ones that should and must be read by all British Columbians before the leadership vote of the BC Liberal Party. First, please let me thank you for your incredible patience this week. As most of you know, the flu season is upon us a bit late this yearContinue reading ” it would be a serious mistake to allow Kevin Falcon any leadership position over the public trust”~ Gordon F.D. Wilson.
Mark Hume of the Globe and Mail has done an outstanding job of taking the Sea to Sky highway shadow toll story to an entirely new level in the Monday edition of the paper, and managed to get some rather creative answers from both Macquarie and the BC government. Truly,creative doesn’t even begin to describe whatContinue reading Sea to Sky shadow toll story makes national news courtesy of Mark Hume and the Globe and Mail