Occasionally, a meeting of city council approaches a level of excitement, as in the case in Vancouver on Oct. 22.
Vancouver’s stakeholders were invited by council to submit correspondence or to attend a hearing in person to have their say — pro or con — on a rezoning application for the new St. Paul’s Hospital and Health Campus at 1002 Station Street.
Of the speakers who had reservations about the rezoning, none were actually opposed to the new St. Paul’s Hospital. Indeed, a few of the speakers stressed their support for the new St. Paul’s Hospital. They were opposed to the continued use of labratory animals.
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