Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Casino-laundryman Rich Coleman hired Craig James as Clerk on June 2, 2011



Nos. 39 and 40
VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS
OF THE
Legislative Assembly of British Columbia
Thursday, June 2, 2011


15  The Hon. R. Coleman moved —
Be it resolved that Mr. Craig James is hereby appointed Clerk of the Legislative Assembly; vice, Mr. E. George MacMinn, O.B.C., Q.C., as and from September 1, 2011, and that Mr. E. George MacMinn, O.B.C., Q.C., is hereby appointed as Clerk Consultant as and from September 1, 2011, for a term of twenty-four (24) months and that during that term shall, for all purposes, be deemed to be an Officer of the Legislative Assembly.
And further that Ms. Kate Ryan-Lloyd be appointed Deputy Clerk of the Legislative Assembly and Chief Committee Clerk as and from September 1, 2011.
A debate arose.
The House divided.
Motion agreed to on the following division:

Yeas—47
Rustad
McIntyre
Thomson
Lekstrom
Bell
Yamamoto
McNeil
Chong
Lake
Polak
McRae
I. Black
Coell
Hawes
Krueger
Letnick
Sultan
Barnett
Lee
Dalton
Heed
Cadieux
Penner
Bloy
Coleman
Clark
Falcon
Bond
de Jong
Abbott
Hansen
MacDiarmid
Yap
Stilwell
Hayer
Cantelon
Les
Pimm
Hogg
Howard
Stewart
Foster
van Dongen
Horne
Bennett
Thornthwaite
Slater
Nays—31
James
S. Simpson
Horgan
Dix
Ralston
Kwan
Fleming
Lali
Austin
Conroy
Brar
Donaldson
D. Routley
Hammell
Elmore
Bains
Mungall
Karagianis
Chandra Herbert
Krog
Simons
Chouhan
Popham
Fraser
B. Routley
Macdonald
Coons
D. Black
Thorne
Sather
Huntington



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Clerk Craig James nefarious actions of MISCONDUCT wouldn't have started happening, in earnest, until twenty-four months afterwards due to the ever presence of just-down-the-hall Clerk Consultant Mr. E. George MacMinn, O.B.C., Q.C.,

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the Breaker News
James was still the acting head of Elections BC on June 2, 2011 when the BC Liberal government appointed him clerk of the house effective Sept. 1, 2011. The NDP opposition was furious because it was not consulted.

The Plecas Report said that James was the fourth-ranking clerk and that Izard would have been the natural choice to replace 50-year veteran clerk George MacMinn. SNIP

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Ken Dobell to oversee Rich Coleman's Cabinet papers regarding casino money laundering?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Interesting. There are neither 47 named Yeas (36) nor 31 named Nays (24) listed, so the vote must be based on total votes per Party, whether or not the MLAs are present.