Sorry David

Don Galloway’s campaign literature has incorrectly said that David Suzuki endorses his candidacy.

Just how do you make a mistake like that?

Sorry David.

Times Colonist -- David Suzuki says the ocean is not a garbage can, he doesn't endorse Green candidate Galloway
Activist wades into sewage debate, short of backing Green candidate

Oh, and the reason is that Don is against the secondary sewage treatment plant but as we have argued many times keeps his opposition to himself because large parts of the Green alliance are for secondary treatment now, including Elizabeth May.

It is curious that for someone who is so versed at drawing attention to her that Elizabeth has been so quiet on this issue.

You would be too is you if had the Suzuki Foundation, the Georgia Straight Alliance, and the BC Sierra Club to keep happy.

Only one candidate is running to stop the mad plan.

Vote Paul Summerville on November 26th.

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