Still no plebiscite rules, less than eight weeks before voting begins
The Mayors are going to spend taxpayers money to campaign for the YES side. $4 million, in fact. This is outrageous and unfair.
The Surrey Now newspaper has written a great editorial about how voting for jacking up the PST is not affordable for many people.
TransLink plans to spend $4 million in taxpayer money to get a YES vote Mayors also using taxpayer-funded resources to get TransLink tax through
The No TransLink Tax campaign recommends cutting TransLink waste and using 0.5% of future local government revenue growth to fund transit expansion. Full website now up at www.NoTransLinkTax.ca
Writing in the Vancouver Sun, she wrote: "After canvassing friends about the upcoming transit referendum, I can report that not one of them plans to vote Yes to a tax hike."
A letter to the Editor of the Vancouver Sun on January 10th from Malcolm Johnston a supporter of the NO campaign.
VANCOUVER, B.C.: To immortalize what will be a big year for TransLink, the No TransLink Tax campaign released a special edition 2015 calendar today, featuring the Canadian Taxpayers Federation’s (CTF) iconic Porky the Waste Hater mascot on a tour of some of TransLink’s most famous examples of waste.
Over-budget and hopelessly late Compass system still years away Up from 2.5 million in 2011
YES side strategist admits TransLink is “not responsive” to taxpayers YES side advocates for unaccountable TransLink management