Friday, February 21, 2014

This Day In Snookland...Win Silent Win Quick.


Bob Mackin, in The Tyee, has the story of the Snooklandian's latest chair of their 'Multcultural Advisory Council'.

Here's his lede:

The new chair of the B.C. government's Multicultural Advisory Council, Tenzin Dargyal Khangsar, courted ethnic voters for the Conservatives while working as an aide to federal Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney, whose portfolio is now Employment, Social Development and Multiculturalism.

A high level political player, Khangsar was instrumental in creating the Vancouver-based Canada Korea Foundation (CKF) -- a troubled project that sheds light on Conservative strategies to foster new ethnic organizations friendly to the Harper government...


Please note that this is government rather than a caucus-type and/or partyish council.


If, say, the Premier's office was to go to 'council' with a 'strategy'...


No matter what...

No need for a rescue from  Mr. Dyble.



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