Departmental business

The British Columbia Housing Commission has declined to provide details about its proposed Downtown Eastside information centre - including its location. And the commission blacked those details out in a concept paper released to Public Eye in response to a freedom of information request. But we hear the commission is considering putting the centre in the Woodward's building.

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Nothing like haveing an information center but not telling anyone where it will be. Sure cuts out the casual questions from the tax paing peasants. What ever this secretive government does , no longer amazes me

I think it's time for the real libertarians to enter from stage starboard, uncage Her Maryesty's Rockets of Libertarianism and just remind the world that dammit, British Columbian is not two words for Bureaucrat.

Get it done, BC. Get it done.

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