Throwback Thursday: A bit of history on BC legislature accounting practices…or lack thereof

If you haven't followed the latest #bcpoli scandal, there is quite a story brewing in Victoria....and I thought it might be a good time to look back at how the legislature has been operating for nearly a decade, and what they have done to fix it.  This week, the story broke that two top BC …

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A B.C. Government For The People…Not At The Expense Of The People.

Today I couldn't help but wonder... at what point in a politician's life does spewing hypocritical crap become so second nature that they fail to smell the aroma of the barnyard they're sitting in? It was a mere two weeks ago when the story broke of excessive and frivolous spending in government, not only by …

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A question for Craig James : Did Christy Clark break the elections act yesterday? ** UPDATED with response from Elections BC below

Courtesy of Cheryl, who posted the following on Facebook: According to Section 93 (3) of the Elections Act: (3) Other than for the purpose of voting, a candidate must not be present while voting proceedings are being conducted. So how come Christy was allowed to bring lunches to the volunteer scrutineers yesterday? EBC - I'm …

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