B.C.'s representatives of the private liquor industry have said they need more resources and are critical of new plans to boost the city's nightlife.
"We need to put all these components together. Yes, we can't pull out one small component to make it successful," said Jeff Guignard, executive director of the Alliance of Beverage Licensees. increase. ABLE BC).
"We definitely need the right transit," he told Global News. "We need to make sure that everyone is safe. We need to build something very comprehensive. (We) need to make sure it is diverse. There's a lot to do at the same time to make this successful. ”
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Vancouver police said it would take some more time to find out how this proposal would affect police.
"We know that having more crowds, wherever we are, calls for more services and attracts more police resources," Const said. Tania Vicintin said on Friday.
"That said, after considering this proposal, we will work with the city on how to ensure public safety for all who come and work in the city and for entertainment.
TransLink will change night transportation services I said that discussions with the city are not underway, but I will do those conversations as needed.
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