Liberals say referendum no longer needed for Metro Vancouver transit funding
Air Date: Jun 12, 2017 9:00 PM PT
B.C.’s new minister responsible for TransLink Sam Sullivan says if Metro Vancouver mayors want a new transit funding mechanism like a regional sales tax, a referendum will no longer be required. It's a sharp break from previous Liberal Party policy.
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