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Mayors, councillors demand corruption inquiry

02.15.19 | Commentary, Corruption Inquiry |  Lisa Sammartino

Reeling from the impacts of money-laundering, cities look to the Premier for real action This week city councils in Richmond, Vancouver and Victoria unanimously passed motions of support for a public inquiry into money laundering. This sends a clear and significant message to the provincial government about its priorities for 2019. Together the three cities […]

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How can you help launch a public inquiry?

02.07.19 | Commentary, Corruption Inquiry, Strategy |  Lisa Sammartino

MLAs, of all political stripes, need to know how serious this is The calls are growing. The Mayor of Port Coquitlam, the BC Government and Service Employees Union, a former crown prosecutor, a Vancouver city councillor, a money-laundering expert — all clamouring for a public inquiry into money laundering. When we launched our call for a […]

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No time to waste

01.31.19 | Beyond Coal, Commentary, Corruption Inquiry, Democracy, No Tankers |  Lisa Sammartino

After Nanaimo win, BC NDP can’t take progressive voters for granted With Sheila Malcolmson’s big win in Nanaimo’s by-election yesterday, the BC NDP are no doubt walking a little taller today. After all, the governing party rarely wins by-elections. The BC Liberals poured significant resources into the riding. Malcolmson was behind in the polls. The […]

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Rotten to the core

01.23.19 | Commentary, Corruption Inquiry |  Lisa Sammartino

When did the B.C. legislature become a nest of greed and corruption? Time to find out what previous Speakers hid from the public. Isn’t it amazing what comes out when the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly is not beholden to a political party? Darryl Plecas, MLA for Abbotsford South, was booted out of the BC […]

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