If you go by what the Ombudsperson had to say yesterday you might be a little worried about that.
From Rob Shaw's VSun piece:
B.C.’s ombudsperson says he’s facing delays in his investigation of the firing of government health researchers, and he may release his final report just before the 2017 provincial election.
Jay Chalke told an all-party committee of MLAs Tuesday that he now expects to complete his work in February or March. The election is set for May 9...
And why, oh why will this take so long?
Turns out that suddenly a magical reverse triple-delete pony with sparkly wings has miraculously appeared:
...Chalke told MLAs one of the reasons for the delay was that he has received four million records, instead of 200,000 that the government had initially estimated it would provide his office...
I would say something snarky here if lives and careers hadn't been ruined by the governments words, deeds and actions on this one.
Interestingly, one of the 'angles' in Mr. Shaw's piece was that this might actually lead to a pre-election Comey if Mr. Chalke's report were to be released just before May 9th, 2017....I'm betting it will instead be a post-election Fitzmas unless, of course, what Mr. Chalke has to say can be spun positively by the Clarklandian wizardry.