Chiu, who does not own a car, said the Canada Line works well but connecting buses do not. She said she didn’t vote in the 2015 transit plebiscite. Nevertheless, she wants to increase funding for mass transit and opposes the planned Massey Tunnel replacement bridge, citing the $3.5 billion price tag. “With that money we can extend the Canada Line south of the Fraser,” she said. “I’m an evidence-based researcher. They’ve never showed evidence of benefits of this project. There’s little technical analysis. I want to get more into this with more research,” said Chiu. “But from the info we have, this is nursing instructor online jobs not a wise decision,” she added. Coming from a nursing background, Chiu said she has concerns about the healthcare system in B.C. As it pertains to Richmond, she stated the announcement by Wat last year, to fix Richmond Hospital, remains an “empty promise.” Another talking point sure to make any debate in Richmond will be education funding, said Chiu.
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