A controversial secondary sewage treatment plan in Victoria has become a key issue in an upcoming byelection.
Just one candidate — the NDP's Murray Rankin — has expressed support for the proposed $783-million sewage treatment plan, saying it's time for the city to act.
Green Party candidate Donald Galloway is holding out for a better plan, while Conservative Dale Gann says his issue is the timing. Liberal Paul Summerville called the proposal a make-work project and wants it put on hold until 2040.
The byelection, slated for Monday, was triggered when MP Denise Savoie retired in August because of health issues.