Black on government suspension of the Royal BC Museum project

A man in a suit jacket has a neutral expression while looking at the camera.

With the BC government putting the $789-million Royal BC Museum project on hold following public backlash, political communications expert Assoc. Prof. David Black says it is a wise move, considering a recent Angus Reid poll showed that 69 per cent of British Columbians oppose the costly project.

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