I am confident that the allegations will be shown to be baseless and without merit, bordering on the libellous. I welcome an investigation that will clear up the incorrect information that is being circulated, so that we can have a reasonable discussion on an important matter of public policy, that being whether public waterfront land should remain in public hands or be sold to private homeowners.
This action is an unfortunate diversion from the main issue at stake, which is the sale of public waterfront land. I hope that we can return to discussing the issues respectfully, and agree to disagree respectfully.
The full text of my public statement in response to this complaint is below, along with links to the complaint, the court case cited and supporting documents.
I remain committed to full public dialogue on this issue, including with the homeowners/complainants in this
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Will only the rich be able to enjoy what we as Canadian's have always been able to appreciate as part of what makes Canada Great?
We are sacrificing far too much, in effort to keep up with the commercialism in the USA.
All Canadians have a right to enjoy our waterfront, not just those in commerce and with the funds to pay to enjoy the precious things in life. Let’s stop this sale, for all Burlington and Canada.
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