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Hit big coal in the wallet

If the coal port expansion proposal for Surrey Fraser Docks is approved, as I fear it will despite the massive public objection to it, maybe a class action lawsuit should be considered.

After all, why do I get the feeling the folks at Port Metro Vancouver are paying no attention to our howls of protest?

The lawsuit, if it came to that, could be based on many issues, but especially our health and quality of life; also the inevitable reduction in our property values.

This insanity must be stopped or those responsible held to account.

 

David Gibbs

Surrey

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