Tag Archives: John van Dongen

Van Dongen keeps his promise

John van Dongen has kept his word. Upon exiting the BC Liberal caucus the Abbottsford MLA told the Legislature and media he was particularly troubled by the BC Rail scandal and the BC Liberal’s decision to cover the defendants legal … Continue reading

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Former AG’s lame response to van Dongen

Van Dongen’s BC Rail Questions, part 2 Yesterday, former Attorney General Geoff Plant, took on John van Dongen’s problem with the BC Liberal’s decision to cover the defence costs in the BC Rail trial – to the tune of $6,000,000. … Continue reading

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Are van Dongen’s BC Rail questions real?

John van Dongen resigned from the BC Liberal caucus and party citing unanswered questions about the deal that ended the BC Rail trial and the Premier’s own involvement in the corrupt sale of the railway. In the legislature, Attorney General … Continue reading

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Now, for some real news…

In his own words J. van Dongen: For almost 17 years I have risen in this chamber to represent the best interests of my constituents and the best interests of all British Columbians. I have done so as a member of … Continue reading

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Inside the BC Liberal Caucus with Alex Tsakumis

According to Alex Tsakumis the BC Liberal caucus is in an uproar over the Basi Virk deal that bought an end to the BC Rail trial. “In what must be Gordon Campbell’s most difficult week in government, ever, after having … Continue reading

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