As predicted, the good Mr. Bernier has released the Milburn report/audit.
And, as you may have already guessed, it really was, at least in part, about real estate and school closures.
From the Liam Britten's early report published on the MoCo's newsthingy:
..."Stability has been put at risk by overstaffing compared to other school districts, labour agreements driving additional call-out, duplication and idle time and a failure to use surplus real estate like the Kingsgate Mall to set a new path for fiscal sustainability."
Milburn wrote even passing a balanced budget this year will not address underlying issues because of the VSB suspending school-closure consultations...
Does that mean that Minister Bernier should immediately fire the appointed overseer who has made it very clear that school closures are not currently on the table for her either?
I'll be back with more later after I shove sharp sticks in my eyes and force myself to read the entire thing.
A thing, you will recall, that the good Minister said had helped convince him that he just had to fire the Vancouver School Board the very day they planned to capitulate and approve a balanced budget.
(even though the orders were drawn up to fire the board BEFORE he received a draft copy of 'the thing')
And, speaking of the MoCo...Look what bullshite this way comes?...I mean, seriously, did the CBC just hire MikeyMike without our knowing it?