The Premier's use of the Legislature Building implies that the 85 elected Members are being treated equally. It's far from the truth.
Why are gaming cheques sent to the BC Liberal Constituency Office for photo ops with the MLA. Shouldn't the group gaming cheque be sent directly to those who submitted the application? Are gaming cheques sent out to the Green, Independent and NDP MLAs for dispersal to their riding winners to garner the photo ops? eg. There must be two envelops, one addressed to Peter Fassbender which contains another envelop or is there only one envelop containing multiple winner gaming cheques.
There are NO images of any Members of the Legislature who are not part of the BC Liberal Party.
"Separate but equal" or "equal but separate."
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.... the provincial government approves $135 million in gaming grants that benefit more than 5,000 local non-profit organizations that serve communities throughout British Columbia.
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