We have for you here a database constructed from a Spreadsheet, then scanned as an image. The information is from the Premier's own Government Website
First column, to the far left, is the data sorted based on unique keywords that are repetitious in nature. Not of our doing, the News releases were published just the the way you see them.
Second column, counting from the left, if you were to sort them, as most Search engines do, from most recent to the oldest, first two up are from 8:45am. But then it goes astray because after #1 and #2 comes #30, 31, then #27 and then #2!
Third column, counting from the left, is how the Search engine presents them to the viewer. Within six lines down there's #2, date time stamp for 8:45am. #1 is on the 21st line down and date time stamped for the same time as #2. Just try and find some semblance of order from the Government!
Fourth Column, from the left, is sorted in Chronological order.
Fifth Column, is based on how many Press Releases Premier Christy Clark actually created that was unique..... possibly.
For the day of April 3rd, 2012, there were Eight, but the PAB aka GCPE came up with an astounding 31, and that's just from using our Key words of April 3, 2012 and Christy Clark! Just how many staff sit around their offices dreaming up new ways of saying the same thing just so that it can be released as NEW and all done within their Seven working hours starting at 8:45am, until closing time of 3:45pm?
Heavens to Betsy, even the Province newspaper has come out swinging at the Premier in an Editorial because of her
Ahhhh, here's what the Province wrote this morning:
Denial of coverage doesn't look like open government The Province
Snip.......Last summer, four months after becoming premier, Christy Clark boasted that B.C. had become a national leader in open government.
"Open government is about sharing information and giving British Columbians more opportunities to participate in decisions that make a difference in their lives," the chatty former radio host said.
Well, someone should now remind her staff about that news release. At least that's judging by the way one treated a political journalist trying to cover a speech Clark gave last week - with the emphasis on "trying." ....... SNIP (if you have exact words from the Hard Copy of the Province this morning, and we did, anything is possible)
Premier Christy Clark "Unveils", you'd never would have found Premier Gordon Campbell "Unveils"
Premier Christy Clark "Marked", you 'd never find Premier Gordon Campbell allowing such wording.
Premier Christy Clark "Key to Getting" and "Christy Clark is Marked"