Letters

Rail trail

Kudos to The Morning Star for bringing this brief and fleeting opportunity to provide and protect 25 kilometres of some of the most beautiful, amazing, breathtaking waterfront in the world for public access.

A 50-kilometre multi-use pathway along the abandoned CN rail bed from Coldstream to Kelowna would benefit our economy, health, property values and environment.  Moreover, it would show future generations we cared. Let’s hope our governments are listening.

Gord VanDyck

Coldstream

 

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