In defending the $140,000 –a-year patronage job she gave to former Tory candidate John Noseworthy, advanced skills minister Joan Burke told the House of Assembly:
Mr. Speaker, no one can argue that Mr. Noseworthy has a unique set of skills.
Indeed no one can make such an argument.
Former auditor general John Noseworthy doesn’t . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Kremlinology 39: What Burke didn’t say #nlpoli