MP Stewart starts consultation process for gondola

Burnaby-Douglas MP Kennedy Stewart, the New Democrats' Associate Natural Resources Critic for Western Canada, has started a consultation process about TransLink's proposed Burnaby Mountain Gondola.

The first phase of the process consisted of meetings and correspondence with stakeholders while the second phase will survey affected local residents using in-person, mail and telephone surveys. Two public meetings will be held and the results will be mailed to all households in the riding.

“I have taken care to include both those for and against the gondola in the process, and I believe by being inclusive, we can come up with a plan that most will agree with,” said Stewart.

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