April 28, 2015 | Rob Shaw, Vancouver Sun
“Eby also pointed out that PavCo’s most recent service plan, released after the February provincial budget, describes how the government agency plans to oppose Vancouver’s removal of the viaducts if that in any way hurts BC Place’s financial situation.
Eby said the province and Vancouver are failing to communicate over a huge infrastructure decision.
‘Given the importance of Vancouver economically to the whole of the Lower Mainland, I don’t understand how you can run a government without being in great communication with our largest city,’ said Eby. ‘The viaducts are a symptom of that.'”