I guess in your part of the world - one region and one country - out of 200 countries, that’s your experience. Out here in Vancouver, North Vancouver, Squamish, Whistler, Mount Sumas etc., there really isn’t a trail that bans eBikes. They’re looked at as one and the same. Perhaps you should discuss your concerns with the government there and look at options for new trails on additional mountains as the sport grows and makes riding busier, etc.I think we all need to stop thinking about ebikes in terms of bicycles, and start thinking about ebikes as a community. I personally wouldn't consider owning an ebike but they don't bother me in the slightest. What does bother me is the enormous amount of the ebike community I see ignoring signs and bulling their way around the trails, forcing people off the side of exposed trails so they can pass at obnoxious speeds on climbs.
I'm not saying there aren't plenty of respectable ebikers, I've passed many older fellas who ride like they would on a regular bike and follow all of the trail etiquette they're used to. On the flip side, I've seen plenty of ebikers act like twats. I've had people force me off the trail, ride my ass on climbs and seen them sitting and chatting right next to No Ebike signs.
At this point I look at most ebikers the same way I look at boomers out on the trail with their dogs unleashed. They think the outdoors belongs to them and no one else's experience matters.