Provincial authorities refuse to intervene in wilderness debate

Premier mucks up bridge terminal plans, but ignores suburban sprawl in Birch Cove Lakes-Blue Mountain Park land

Provincial authorities have sent a clear message about their priorities: They'll intervene in city affairs to frustrate transit improvement, but when it comes to the city approving the bulldozing of 2,000 acres of wilderness, hey, no problem.

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