Many CCEC members are supporting the the yes side. The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives has published an excellent primer on the Lower Mainland transportation Referendum. The primer is a very complete discussion of the related policy issues: The use of direct votes on taxes. The best ways to fund mass transit. The need for responses to climate change. The narrow focus of the no campaign. The actual net burden of the tax, projected to be somewhat progressive. CRED BC has also offered a good view.
CCEC supports constructive urban transit development. Many of our members rely on buses and Skytain service. All of our members will benefit if emissions are reduced. We encourage all readers to get their ballots into Elections BC.