Metro Vancouver’s board of directors voted themselves a healthy retirement allowance and a hefty pay adjustment. “We’re not trying to have more take-home pay, we’re just trying to keep the next elected group at the same pay as they are today,” says board chairman or is it con man – Greg Moore. #BloodSuckers #NoVotesRecorded
DNVC mayor Walton did not vote for these pay increases… or did he?… KNOWING in advance that the majority of Metro Vancouver mayors were in favour – ready to bonus their (retirement) salary chest’s. Today we live in a “cloaked unrecorded incriminating political arena”… Too bad… if only we could send them or at least mayor Mussatto to jail for just one day for all his public money grabbing without “Public Input” – sound familiar CNV residents. #disingenuous
Why are Mussatto’s expenses so high coming from a (hypocrite) mayor who insists we should be walking, cycling or taking transit to work.
Andrew Wilkinson – new leader of the B.C. Liberal party – was “also” the legal representative of a company controlled by Chinese businessman, Ni Ritao, whose broken promises regarding plans to restart the shuttered pulp mill in Prince Rupert costing the city more than $3.5-million in legal and maintenance fees” – a fine unscrupulous state of affairs!
“Wilkinson also had dealings with Sun Wave Forest Products, a company also controlled by Ni, between 2003 and 2006, according to documents obtained by The Globe.”… further: Integrity BC https://www.facebook.com/IntegrityBritishColumbia/posts/1618061851608548
I mean really, who else could these chameleons choose but someone who is an expert in collusion and in how to undermine provincial governance… And don’t you think it is a little too ironic that both the new BC Liberal leader and our North Shore Liberal MP share the same last name… hmm, time for Trivia to update their board game.
Sources Wilkinson Leadership win: Metro News, CBC News, Global News