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  • Basi-Virk "Railgate" court case and see the disappointing Attorney General Wally "Stonewally"

    Tyee - Home

  • Railgate, the giveaway of our rivers to foreign interests, the gag law, and the Liberal carbon tax.

    The Georgia Straight - News And Views

  • "The Liberals also appear to be ethically challenged, as we're finding out in the Railgate case," he says.

    Tyee - Home

  • But let's not forget that Mr. Kieran and Mr. Bornman are, apparently, scheduled to be key witnesses in the Railgate trial given their involvement as lobbyists for one of the failed bidders that led them to, allegedly, pass along inducements, cash or otherwise, to the accused when the latter worked for the government of Premier Gordon Campbell, the man who offered up the public's railway for sale in the first place.

    The Gazetteer

  • Well in his role as Deputy Attorney General in the government of Premier Gordon Campbell he has already had a significant hand in the Railgate court proceedings.

    The Gazetteer

  • Then, check out this story from Keith Fraser in The Vancouver Province that was published a few months later in Kevin McCullough, a lawyer for (BC Railgate co-accused Robert) Virk, told B.C.

    The Gazetteer

  • "That job belongs to the Fringe Media" (and may I add, the rest of us Railgate "cult" members)

    BC Bloggers

  • Railgate Bombshell: BC Gov't Ethics Scorched by Rail Firms

    BC Bloggers

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