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Sun too soft on Peter Dhillon?

I was a little surprised by and disappointed with Jonathan Fowlie’s story this morning about cranberry magnate and search warrant target Peter Dhillon. In an ITO accompanying search warrants on Kash Heed’s constituency office and former workplace at the West … Continue reading

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Peter Dhillon, BC Liberal Patronage Appointment

I mean “patronage” in the best of ways.  As in, why hasn’t Peter Dhillon been asked to resign yet, seeing as how he’s apparently broken the patronage rules? You may remember from yesterdays posting and front page stories that Peter … Continue reading

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Kash Heed and Fox News BC

There’s so much to write about in the Kash Heed story its hard to know where to start.   There’s the cop gone bad story, there’s the typical Liberal story, there’s the “so there’s nothing wrong with the Special Prosecutor policy” … Continue reading

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Corruption in BC? Say it ain’t so

Missed this.  About ten days ago Angus Reid published a poll on corruption in Canada, commissioned by MacLeans. All the news covered the findings about Quebec.  68% of Quebecers are concerned about corruption in their province, said the poll and … Continue reading

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Kash Heed: The story changes

From the “it wasn’t on my radar” files. It wasn’t on his radar, just his desk. According to  Justine Hunter in her Globe and Mail story last April, Kash Heed said he had no knowledge of his campaign’s illegal election … Continue reading

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Huey Long Lives

Arrived back last night in time for my date with destiny at the Cancer Clinic today.  Thought I was in BC, but read this in the newspaper this morning: “Premier Gordon Campbell reinstated Kash Heed as solicitor-general Tuesday…  But just … Continue reading

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