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LETTER: The axe should fall at BC Ferries


The current CEO of BC Ferries, by far and away, in my humble opinion, has failed in his job. Anyone who ignores sound preventative maintenance practices in such a high-profile company, as is BC Ferries, is a dismal total failure in the business of providing a public service.

And the chairman of the board has had a hand in all of this, as she was instrumental in firing Mark Collins, who had a far better track record compared to the incompetence of current management.

Look at doing major overhaul work mere days before the high summer season is a ridiculous error in judgment.

The axe should fall where the most incompetence is sourced, and that starts at the top of the chain of command.

Bruce Morrison