I admire the way Trevor Boddy gets out and about. As an architect he knows something of the built environment, and his interests are wide and varied.
Like many Vancouverities, Trevor loves the city, loathes the city, and loves what he loathes about it. He is also hugely opportunistic, and Fanny Keifer is right to liken him to that laissez faire libertarian Michael Campbell.
Below is from Trevor's interview with Keifer. The last clause in particular speaks to where Trevor is coming from and to whom he is speaking.
"The easy days are over...we are up against some devilishly tough issues...affordibility...makes housing the homeless like a walk in the park."