To win those Ethnic Votes, was there considerations given by the BC Liberals conclave to doing a second run of the 2009 election brochures that won the seat for them, but ended the over zealous BC Liberal volunteer, with criminal records.
Misappropriation of Government funds is a serious crime and is still a criminal offense here in British Columbia.
Retired News Anchor Pamela Martin must be reeling from the optics of her participation in such a scheme, seeking Ethnic votes... the only explanation is that she and they had (Quebec) Parizeau moment.
C'est vrai, c'est vrai qu'on a été battus, au fond, par quoi? Par l'argent puis des votes ethniques, essentiellement». ("It's true, it's true we were beaten, yes, but by what? By money and ethnic votes, essentially.")
However there is another option here, it's never too late to call upon the RCMP to raid the BC Liberal Party Headquarters, and their Riding Associations, to determine, as in the BC Rail Raid on OUR Legislature, that Government documents have gone astray, intentionally.
Got news for the BC Liberals and their Dobell Doctrine, those days are over!
The days of the BC Liberals investigating themselves are over!
The 17-page document dated Jan. 10, 2012 and called Multicultural Strategy Action items was sent by Kim Haakstad, Clark's deputy chief of staff, to the personal email addresses of eight people, including Pamela Martin, who works for the premier's office; Brian Bonney, a former government multiculturalism communications director; and former Liberal caucus official Jeff Melland.
The 17-page document dated Jan. 10, 2012 and called Multicultural Strategy Action items was sent by Kim Haakstad, Clark's deputy chief of staff, to the personal email addresses of eight people, including Pamela Martin, who works for the premier's office; Brian Bonney, a former government multiculturalism communications director; and former Liberal caucus official Jeff Melland. - See more at: http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Premier+launches+investigation+into+Liberal+multicultural+plan/8030974/story.html#sthash.sVboXA4w.dpuf
A Typical SWOT is provided:
UBCIC SWOT ANALYSIS Page 54 of 84Strategic thinking involves understanding what is happening inside an organization and what is happening in the external environment in which it operates. This helps identify the organization’s capabilities and limitations in relation to its most critical issues. The framework for this examination is SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats) Analysis, which focuses on the organization’s most important strengths and weaknesses and the critical opportunities and threats it may experience while working towards its goals.This framework has proven to be problematic in the context of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs. While the internal strengths are quite clear, often the line between internal weakness and external threats is blurred. It seems the same forces that threaten to destroy it from the outside also weaken it from the inside. These forces are: fiscal dependence/control and political factionalism/competition. This highlights the fact that in many ways, the Union is part of the very system it exists to overcome. Also, the line between opportunities and threats is highly contextual. Often, political opportunities arise during times of crisis.Thus, what may constitute a threat to the goal of protecting Indigenous territories provides an opportunity for unification and political mobilization.