Walter Cobb is a former BC Liberal MLA (Cariboo South, 2001-2005) and now is in his third term as mayor of Williams Lake (population 10,700).
Red tape and I don’t get along very well at all. And it’s not good for my city, my region, my province or the country as a whole.
Our region and province are very dependent on resources, whether it be agriculture or forestry or mining.
Mining is a big part of our community, starting with the Barkerville Gold Rush in B.C.’s Cariboo region around 1860. But now we have red tape throttling development. Continue Reading →