One of the police officers responsible for the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary’s Twitter presence did an interview with CBC’s Anthony Germain last Friday.
The online CBC story that came out of the interview had an interesting set of comments in it. Constable Geoffrey Higdon said:
“People think Facebook or Twitter is different in how we traditionally . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Minority Report #nlpoli
Budget 2014: let the good times roll. Life’s great nowadays if you’re a Tory insider in Alberta – like these happy political staffers from the Premier’s Office. Actual political advisors to Premier Alison Redford may not appear exactly as illustrated. Below: Former Premier Ed Stelmach as he counted up ways he could save . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: Understanding Alberta’s 2014 budget: the deviltry’s in the details
The Premier’s Office is a tough place to work. The demands on everyone in the place are constant. The implications of what you are dealing with in the office can affect one person or the whole province but more often than not the consequences will be dramatic.
As much as we’ve had some insight into . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: How did the Old Man work? (Part 1) #nlpoli
Richard Hughes-Political Blogger
Well my friends it is Friday afternoon, time for a little humour. Actually, unbeknownst to us George Carlin was hanging around the BC Legislature recently.
More precisely in the spirit of openness and transparency he was slumming and checking out life in the Premier’s office, observing Premier Clark and . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: George Carlin – The Truth About Life In Premier Clark’s Office
The news via Twitter looked a lot bigger than it actually is.
David Cochrane tweeted on Saturday:
Sources: Premier Dunderdale shaking up staff on 8th floor (Premier’s office). New deputy chief of staff Lynette Carroll (more)
Premier’s new press secretary Debbie Marnell, new Director of Policy Denise Payne, new Assoc Dep Chief of Staff Derek . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Title Shuffling #nlpoli