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Very Sad News

Tweet I have had some very sad news today.  BC. Mary has passed away. The Legislature Raids was one of the first blogs I found.  I followed it religiously as she tenaciously followed the Crime of the Century, the theft of BC Rail by Gordon Campbell and the now infamous raid on our Legislature . . . → Read More: Very Sad News

Corruption, ad nauseum

Tweet Today’s headlines in the CBC (they have since started to bury the story) and the Globe and Mail (strangely, with 0 comments, yet it does not say that comments are disabled) advise us conveniently, just in time for the Liberal leadership race in BC, that all elected officials are completely exonerated in the . . . → Read More: Corruption, ad nauseum

The role of Lieutenant Governor

Tweet Role Lieutenant Governor

The Lieutenant Governor is the representative of Her Majesty The Queen of Canada in the Province of British Columbia and, as such, takes precedence over everyone in the province except the Sovereign. The Lieutenant Governor personifies the Crown, which is both the apex and the unifying link in the constitutional . . . → Read More: The role of Lieutenant Governor

In other news, justice is dead in BC…

Tweet Amazing.  Apparently this morning in courtroom 54 at the Vancouver Supreme Court, a deal was brokered between the defence for Basi, Virk and Basi and the Crown.  Guilty pleas for Basi and Virk, in exchange for no jailtime, they get house arrest.  Charges of money laundering have been dropped on the second Mr. . . . → Read More: In other news, justice is dead in BC…