You won't see this in the meeting minutes

Earlier, your humble organ reported Community Living British Columbia board Joan Rush told a First Call meeting the agency was asking for a $40 million budget increase for special needs children services in its Treasury Board submission. But, since then, we've been informed Ms. Rush asked First Call to strike her statement from the meeting minutes because she could not be sure about that number - which, we're assured, is incorrect.

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So who figured out they needed an extra 40 million , then decided oops we don't need it. Don't folks handling that sort of cash add things up or do they clutch numbers out of the sky. Do they not figure the taxed peasants might notice a bit of money like that. The tax payers are always told, you must run things like its your houshold budget then start tossing millions around. Different strokes, different folks it seems

So who figured out they needed an extra 40 million , then decided oops we don't need it. Don't folks handling that sort of cash add things up or do they clutch numbers out of the sky. Do they not figure the taxed peasants might notice a bit of money like that. The tax paeyers are always told, you must run things like its your houshold budget then start tossing millions around. Different strokes, different folks it seems

what happened to you sean? you go awol for the last days of the election? what is up?

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