From the lede of Justine Hunter's latest in The Globe:
BC Hydro is attempting to sidestep any controversy about the use of temporary foreign workers on its $8.8-billion Site C dam project with a “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy, the Opposition New Democrats say.
In response to a Freedom of Information request, BC Hydro told Adrian Dix, the NDP’s critic for the Crown corporation, that it does not collect data about the number of temporary foreign workers its contractors hire...
What does Jessica McDonald's BC Hydro say about this latest development?
Let's check, shall we:
...BC Hydro said on Monday it has not hired any temporary foreign workers...
Did you notice that they didn't use the word 'contractor' in their response?
Luckily Ms. Hunter checked the record regarding precisely what Ms. Macdonald's spokesthingy once said about that word and collecting data associated with it in the past:
...A BC Hydro spokesman for the project said last September the corporation would collect work-force data from its contractors regularly and publicly report it. However, officials would not provide any data on Monday...
Don't know about you, but I can really really the herd turning...Heckfire, even the Dean has started to limit his but the NDP in 1993-type rejoinders in his copy.