As we reported last week, the actions of Crooked Christy Clark’s government have garnered international headlines – specifically with a New York Times reporter who called British Columbia the “Wild West”.
This week, David Ball (a reporter from Metro News in Vancouver) contacted the NYT and interviewed reporter Dan Levin. Ball article states, “New York Times reporter Dan Levin never expected his visit to British Columbia to earn him rebuke from the province’s leaders.
Q: The fact that the New York Times is looking at us has made you a bit of a celebrity here.
A: The New York Times looks at the whole world. It’s a free press. There are amazing things about Canada, but unfortunately what’s happening in B.C. is not one of them. Checks and balances are important, and hopefully this will spur British Columbians and other Canadians to take a closer look at how their governments behave.”
Why does nobody in this Province seem to care what Clark’s government continues to do? Why do they seem to have free reign over shoddy business dealings, crazy travel expenses, and a “pay-to-play” system of doing business.
It is time we wake up people!