I am writing to you regarding Norm Macdonald’s report to his constituents and columnist Tom Fletcher’s article that appeared in your April 22nd edition.
They both were commenting on the fact that our provincial government sold a very valuable piece of Lower Mainland property to one of the B.C. Liberal party’s longtime and very generous financial supporters for $83 million despite being advised by real estate experts that the land was worth $128 million.
This type of transaction executed by our provincial government is not unusual. When Christy Clark took over as premier of B.C., one of her slogans was “familiar first.”
If she had been truthful to the voters, she would have used the slogan “our corporate buddies first.”
This recent disclosure proves that B.C. has the best government money can buy.