Saturday April 19, 2014


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What about a court challenge?

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Editor:

Has anyone thought of taking BC Ferries to court over the fare increase for seniors? The Coastal Ferry Act of 2003, which allowed the ferries to become a corporation, set price caps on fare increases. The limits were 2.8 per cent a year for major routes and 4.4 per cent a year for minor routes. The increase to half fare from zero for seniors is an infinite percentage. Talk about gouging!

Elizabeth Rains

Gibsons


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