VANCOUVER, B.C.: The No TransLink Tax campaign is pleased to see another turnout milestone reached in the TransLink tax plebiscite – turnout is now higher across the region for this vote than in last November’s municipal elections.
From the Vancouver Sun - May 6, 2015 by Barbara Yaffe VANCOUVER — Don’t bother trying to learn how the budget for the transit plebiscite Yes side is being sourced, or spent, because no one is talking.
VANCOUVER, B.C.: The No TransLink Tax campaign will hit the skies of the Lower Mainland this Sunday, May 3, when a crowd-funded ‘Vote No To TransLink Tax’ sign is towed by an airplane around the region.
VANCOUVER, B.C.: The No TransLink Tax campaign is in the home stretch, ramping up social media advertising and person-to-person contacts to encourage the two-thirds of people who haven’t voted yet in the TransLink tax plebiscite to make their voices heard.
Second police report filed Caught on tape – again
VANCOUVER, B.C.: Over the weekend, the No TransLink Tax campaign successfully used a crowdfunding campaign to raise enough money to have an airplane tow a banner over the Vancouver Marathon on Sunday, May 3rd.
By Jordan Bateman Ever wonder how governments hide outrageous plans that put ideology above citizens? They bury them in obscure reports with boring names.
VANCOUVER, B.C.: The No TransLink Tax campaign reminds Lower Mainland residents that they have just one month left to request ballots in the TransLink plebiscite.
Sign was in yard of a No TransLink Tax supporter Police report filed
VANCOUVER, B.C.: The No TransLink Tax campaign is encouraged by the very early return numbers posted by Elections B.C. today, which show nearly 125,000 people voted in the first few days of the TransLink tax plebiscite process.