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RCMP Federal Serious and Organized Crime section’s Sensitive Investigations Unit investigates Christy Clark BC Liberal Party

Christy Clark, premier of British Columbia, speaks during an interview in New York, U.S., on Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014. Canada's ambition to become a top LNG exporter is on track even with oil's plunge as investment decisions on two mega-projects are set to come next year, Clark said. Photographer: Scott Eells/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Christy Clark, premier of British Columbia, speaks during an interview in New York, U.S., on Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014. Canada’s ambition to become a top LNG exporter is on track even with oil’s plunge as investment decisions on two mega-projects are set to come next year, Clark said. Photographer: Scott Eells/Bloomberg via Getty Images

The RCMP Federal Serious and Organized Crime section’s Sensitive Investigations Unit has opened up an investigation into Christy Clark and the BC Liberal Party.

If you recall, Christy Clark agreed to quietly amend labour laws to help WHL hockey teams avoid minimum wage laws and cover up years of corruption and fraud while a class action lawsuit was filed by players of the league against the WHL for violating minimum wage laws.

Christy Clark and her BC Liberal government has been encouraging BC businesses to use the “access for cash” program if they are looking to get what they’re looking for.

It didn’t take much for WHL hockey teams to buy Christy Clark’s cooperation when she agreed to amend existing labour laws in the province specifically for the WHL who has been crying poor. Clark never even requested that the teams open up their books to prove their position that teams are losing money and cannot afford to pay players minimum wage.

Clark’s BC Liberals has been taking cash from several businesses both inside BC as well as from foreign countries. Clark has been using her position of power to accept bribes from individuals and businesses looking to further advance their agendas.

Now that the RCMP has opened an investigation into her and the BC Liberal party, Clark and her government quickly decided to draw up a bill aimed to put an end to the “access for cash” program.

Bill 4 which has been drawn up earlier this month is Clark’s way of showing that she is “cooperating” with the investigation, when in fact all she is really doing is trying to make it look like she is well intended.

Too little too late Christy. We gave you a fair warning that all of this would backfire on you sooner or later. Luckily it’s sooner.

 

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