The people of Prince Rupert have spoken and their message was simple: We want change.
Trustees are no longer trusted with labour relations, and haven't had taxation authority for years. Do we still need them?
The champagne bottles are in the recycling bin, the balloons have been popped and the confetti has been swept from the floor.
On Saturday, Prince Rupert will have to make probably its most important decision in decades or, as has been argued, maybe ever.
Gordon Campbell's "climate action" era is ending and gas is gearing up. Fire up the Learjets and cue the dancing polar bears