As our astute readers may know, the provincial New Democrats have yet to say whether they oppose the Liberal's Gateway Program. Of course, we shouldn't be so impatient. After all, Premier Gordon Campbell only announced that program back in January, er, 2006. Nevertheless, the party's transportation critic David Chudnovsky recently attended a demonstration against the controversial infrastructure program. And, now, it's been brought to our attention the New Democrats's agriculture committee has joined The Gateway 30 Network, an alliance of "over 40 community groups that are working together to point out the flaws in the Gateway Program and offer alternatives that will keep the Lower Mainland the most liveable region in Canada." Funny that.
May 17, 2007