Talk to Fred Harding about why he should be mayor of Vancouver, and a common theme emerges.
“We’ve got a distinct lack of leadership going on in the city,” he said, arguing why voters should vote for him and Non-Partisan Association (NPA) candidates on Oct. 15.
“The city is lacking leadership, we’re looking at an existential public safety crisis. We’re looking at a housing crisis. We’re looking at an affordability crisis. I’m going to be the leader that comes in and resolves many, many of these problems.”
In a 13-minute interview on the Granville strip, chosen by Harding due to a recent machete attack in the area, he says the word “crisis” 16 times
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