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Cowichan Conversations: The shine on the B.C. Liberals’ liquefied natural gas dream has dulled considerably

It was a comfort to read this Times Colonist editorial driven in part by the appalling behaviour and economy with accuracy of Christy Clark’s LNG pimp Gordon Wilson. The former leader of the BC Liberal’s, Read more… . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: The shine on the B.C. Liberals’ liquefied natural gas dream has dulled considerably

Cowichan Conversations: Gordon ‘Flip’ Wilson Hooks Up With Christy Clark and the BC Liberals

Richard Hughes-Political Blogger

 

Gordon ‘Flip’ Wilson, the man who never met a political party that he didn’t love and then hate and then love again has rowed across from his Powell River digs to stand with Christy Clark and the soon to be defeated BC Liberals. Actually Gordy and Christy are natural . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Gordon ‘Flip’ Wilson Hooks Up With Christy Clark and the BC Liberals

Cowichan Conversations: Gordon ‘Flip’ Wilson Hooks Up With Christy Clark and the BC Liberals

Richard Hughes-Political Blogger

Gordon ‘Flip’ Wilson, the man who never met a political party that he didn’t love and then hate and then love again has rowed across from his Powell River digs to stand with Christy Clark and the soon to be defeated BC Liberals.

Actually Gordy and Christy are natural allies, . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Gordon ‘Flip’ Wilson Hooks Up With Christy Clark and the BC Liberals

Northern Insights / Perceptivity: Behind the ostensible government

Before Gordon Campbell, the BC Liberal Party had been roused from the near dead and invigorated by Gordon Wilson, then a youthful populist leader. However, business interests chose Wilson’s party as the vehicle best suited to replace the discredited Social Credit coalition. Led by Patrick Kinsella and Gordon Gibson, the power brokers wanted an . . . → Read More: Northern Insights / Perceptivity: Behind the ostensible government