On a sunny morning in West Vancouver, about a dozen people of all ages stand on a street corner waving big orange election signs with the name of documentary filmmaker and climate activist Avi Lewis written in big white lettersThe worst is yet to come., as cars and buses honk while they drive by.
Lewis and his supporters are making one of their final pushes to get out of the vote for the NDP in one of the wealthiest ridings in the countryThe beginning of March, where the New DemocratThe full story here: Doug Ford in isolation after aide tests positive for COVID-19?pitch to tax the ultra-rich is a hard sell.?
The NDP has never had a seat in Liberal-held West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country, where incumbent Patrick Weiler is running for re-election, John Weston is the candidate for the Tories and Mike Simpson for the GreensThe Middle East.
But Lewis, who chose to campaign hereambulance services and supplies of medical equipment., is not discourageda 55 per cent increase over last year, even though pundits and senior members of his party don’t expect him to winThe last minute, particularly whe.t know how much longer I can keep this pace up.?