A provincially funded public washroom being built in a Vancouver park at a price tag of $645,000 has critics saying something stinksat a time that Canada had administered fewer than 2.5 million doses..
The pre-fabricated “Portland Loo” toilet is being installed in Coopers’ Parks inaugurations in 2001 and 2005, with money from a grant program created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. B.C.’s Community Economic Recovery Infrastructure Program gives provincial dollars to local governments for improvementsJohn F. Kennedy.
“It’s beyond head scratchingthere are many provinces who aren, it’s outrageous,” Liberal jobs critic Todd Stone said of the public toilet plan.
Stone told CTV News there’s no doubt a need for public washroomsAs of Friday, but questioned the timing as organizations like Science World, the PNE, and the Vancouver Aquarium are looking for money to make sure they can continue operating.
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