We'll drink to that.
Not the most noticeably gone from the fold, is the $2 per year man, not $1 per year man as widely reported, Jim Sheppard (11), the former Senior Policy Advisor joined Christy's tin pot navy reserve to see the world, which included China. Mr. Sheppard has gone off to set sails towards the Public seeing Christy Clark through rose coloured glasses, for he sees she as being a PERFECT administrator of how to run an Office and a Province.
Chief of Staff Ken Boessenkool(1) has now tendered his resignation, no severance pay, after an in-house investigation by his inferiors decided, after two weeks of deliberations on the QT, that it was only right that he should fall on his own sword, an on cue, he did.
Dan Doyle, the replacement Chief of Staff for Mr. Boessenkool will have the same phone number as his predecessor, so watch out for sparks flying when those who don't know there's been a change in the handler.
All this goes to prove that Christy Clark is right about ONE thing..... Family is First.
We didn't know whether Mr. Doyle (1) listing should actually be just above the number (10) listing.
Number one would place him in Victoria, whereas the first/last place that Mr. Doyle was seen, was being hired by Premier Christy Clark's in her Vancouver Office. If you're trying to get your bearings, look just over the back of Mr. Doyle's chair, there's the Premier's Helicopter floating pad near Translink's Sea Bus Terminal. Sorry, BC Government flights to Victoria's belt-way only happen from February to the end of May.
|Don't ask us why CC has a pad for her rolling chair and DD doesn't.....Photo Op|
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*****The New MDM Key contact list is NOT effective, at all!!!
3 Kim Haakstad (deputy chief of staff, operations)
9 Jennifer Chalmers (executive assistant to the chief of staff)
In 2010, 184 firearms – including 109 handguns – were seized in the Pacific Region, including Surrey, according to the Canada Border Services Agency. The next-highest tally was in the southern Ontario region, where 171 guns were seized. - Globe and Mail January 22, 2012In one fell swoop the RCMP have collected 110 weapons, mostly rifles, mostly with Scopes, from downtown Terrace. Turns out there isn't just Oil and Gas Pipelines running near Terrace, there's other kinds of "pipelines", the illegal variety.
Carry unauthorized firearm ..... 26 (1) ................. $575
In other words 110 firearms is going to cost someone, $63,250 in penalties!
Anyone done a tally what the nine months tally so far is for 2012? Let's see.....171 + 110 = 271 Did someone want to start a war in Northern BC with the latest seized weaponry?