Previous Public Input Received
The following input and submissions were gathered by the commission through public hearings held in 29 communities throughout B.C. from September to November 2014. The public also provided input through the online submission form, by email and by mail to be reviewed and considered as the commission develops a Preliminary Report for further public input.
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    Paul Lalli, Squamish
    2014-11-01

    Since the Fisher Commission was struck in the 1980s, there have been four constituencies on the North Shore. This has worked well for the people of the North Shore. Population levels continue to justify this level of representation.

    One of the constituencies, West Vancouver-Sea to Sky, is a hybrid between West Vancouver and the Sea-to-Sky corridor. The last Commission moved the boundary of this riding further west. This was a mistake as it took out the neighbourhood of Dundarave. For West Vancouver to have two constituencies, it is natural for Ambleside to be oriented toward Capilano, and Dundarave to be oriented toward ‘west’ West Vancouver as residents of Caulfield, West Bay and Horseshoe Bay use Dundarave for shopping and a service centre. The population numbers suggest that the West Van-Sea to Sky constituency could stand to gain a few people by restoring the boundary to 22nd, a natural dividing line.



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