Accomplishments include obstructing the city's LRT plan and, um, bringing back the CP Holiday Train.
By Ryan McGreal
Published November 12, 2014
I don't know whether to laugh or cry.
Courtesy of The Hamiltonian, Bob Bratina shares his assessment of his term as mayor.
The man who is famously "not a champion of very much in life" reviews his legacy: obstructing the light rail transit plan he had supported before the election; taking credit for the GO station that had already been confirmed under the previous mayor; getting the Ticats to agree to build a new stadium in the same failed location as the old one; bringing back the CP Holiday Train (I'm not making this up); and running a bare-bones mayor's office.
Oh, and he blames the media and LRT advocates for the low voter turnout in last month's election. Again, I'm not making this up.
December 1, 2014 can't come fast enough.
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