Vancouver Sun. Aug 16:
Vancouver vandals air feelings on ‘racist bigot’ Trutch St. namesake
Stickers call B.C.’s first lieutenant-governor a racist, but change of street name never pitched
Signs on a Vancouver street named after Joseph Trutch, B.C.’s first lieutenant-governor, have been defaced with stickers noting his racist policies toward first nations.
On Wednesday, city engineering staff found every street sign and some stop signs between Point Grey Road and 16th Ave.