B.C.’s Transportation Minister Mary Polak is asking the public to take part in a consultation process on the future of BC Ferries to help find a better balance between service and costs.
As part of the process, the government will host open houses and small group meetings in coastal communities and webinars online, Polak announced Monday. [continue]
And then they’ll ignore everything suggested, I expect. Nothing like giving the appearance of change while actually doing very little. Or am I just too cynical? [continue]
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