WEST VANCOUVER, B.C. — The results of B.C. Ferries’ air quality study are in, and the corporation plans to proceed with their $30 million expansion of the Horseshoe Bay terminal.
However, the study hasn’t silenced the project’s critics, who put little faith in the result of the study that was commissioned by B.C. Ferries, and not an independent party.
Cirrus Consultants conducted the study on behalf of B.C. Ferries, and found that emissions levels are well within government guidelines at the site.
West Vancouver Coun. Allan Williams is outraged at their decision to proceed.
"They are completely irresponsible in their actions and must be stopped," Williams tells local media.
City Council plans to write a letter to Premier Gordon Campbell condemning the project, but in the meantime, work will continue on the expansion project.
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