In the best traditions of a non-partisan civil service

Former deputy minister Lee Doney may now be working in the premier's office as a special advisor on labour bargaining. But it appears this isn't his first job with the provincial government since retiring. According to public accounts, government transferred $111,469 to his company RLD Strategies Ltd. in fiscal 2004/05. Not bad. And it seems Mr. Doney has been generous with that money. According to Elections British Columbia, RLD Strategies contributed $500 to the Liberals during the recent provincial campaign.


Is it not part of Harpers clean up plan to ban senior civil servants from working for government for five years ?????

Yes, I think it is one of Harper's promises. A very stupid one.

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