The Auditor General has spoken on Rich Coleman's fantasy social housing program.
And what it is going to cost you, me and our children, if not their children.
Jen St Denis of MetroNews was one of the first out of the gate with the kicker.
Here is her lede:
B.C.’s Auditor General found that the provincial government has sold off social housing buildings to non-profit organizations without demonstrating that those sales will result in better outcomes for social housing and those who live in that housing.
Carol Bellringer examined the asset sale program in a report released Thursday. In 2013, the B.C. government began the Non-Profit Asset Transfer Program, which was supposed to generate $300 million that the government would then re-invest into social housing and rent assistance programs.
But, Bellringer notes, under the program the government is still on the hook for $30 million a year in mortgage payments over the next 35 years...
Sound like, perhaps, Ms. St. Denis was being a touch hyperbolic?
Well, how about we go directly to the AG's press release:
Of course, especially in the pay-to-play world that is Clarkland, the next question to ask is...
More on the no-biddish-type question, above, later.