Tag: public inquiry

SNC Lavalin lobbyist met with BC MLA’s last year…just as trials were underway back east.

**updated below**   Long time readers know well my interest in public projects in BC, and the many complaints made by insiders in the industry about ‘ irregular bidding practices’ on many projects. I’ve followed SNC Lavalin through several projects with interest and detailed… Continue Reading “SNC Lavalin lobbyist met with BC MLA’s last year…just as trials were underway back east.”

Repost: “Whistleblowers and Good Governance”- a talk by the Hon. David Kilgour

In light of the health firings tragic & despicable scandal, the Plecas report allegations and the weekends W5 report, I thought it would be timely to revisit an older post that still resonates. Not only does it resonate, it clearly establishes a pattern that… Continue Reading “Repost: “Whistleblowers and Good Governance”- a talk by the Hon. David Kilgour”

The Coleman Files

Following the release of the German report last year, I posted a video of Rich Coleman being interviewed by Sean Holman, with a dissection of what he said and how he said it. You can find that post here: https://lailayuile.com/2018/06/27/money-and-corruption-are-ruining-the-land-2 Since then, Sam Cooper… Continue Reading “The Coleman Files”

How a woodsplitter became the new standard for entitlement & corruption in BC politics

entitled UK  /ɪnˈtaɪ.təld/ US  /ɪnˈtaɪ.t̬əld/ feeling that you have the right to do or have what you want without having to work for it or deserve it, just because of who you are corruption  cor·​rup·​tion | \ kə-ˈrəp-shən  \ Definition of corruption 1a: dishonest or illegal behavior especially by powerful people (such as government officials or police officers) : DEPRAVITY   b: inducement to… Continue Reading “How a woodsplitter became the new standard for entitlement & corruption in BC politics”