The revolving door between the legislative precincts and its government relations lobby keeps spinning. The latest through the passageway: former provincial Liberal backbencher Mike Hunter. Mr. Hunter last made the headlines when New Democrat Leonard Krog ousted him in Nanaimo during the last election. But, according to the government's lobbyist registry, the former Fisheries Council of British Columbia president is back in the public domain. He signed-up in August as a consultant lobbyist for J.S. McMillan Fisheries Ltd., helping them refinance a loan from the province.
November 1, 2006