○ Looking at the comments here, it’s obvious to me, the No voters are dominating.I guess nobody trusts TransLink enough to give away their hard-earned money. The dilemma here is that, by voting a No, the traffic congestion issue will most likely remain the same. This just reminds me of the same situation in Toronto area, the LRT versus subway debate has been ongoing for over a decade, the result? – NOTHING gets done. Clock is ticking…
○ People are tired of the corruption. Unfortunately under the current political system, which was inherited from the British, there is no really effective way to prevent corruption.
-sailor(Ocean & Mountain);
○ A good example is that The Senate is appointed instead of being elected by us. I’m still not able to make sense of that, and this ultimately leads to corruption.