Of course he likes to say hello

Who's that we spy on the floor of the provincial legislature? Why it's none other than former federal Conservative national campaign co-chair John Reynolds! Not surprisingly, his presence during the first few minutes of the legislature's afternoon sitting had many press gallery members asking what Mr. Reynolds was doing down at the Rockpile. And we have the answer. In an interview with Public Eye, Mr. Reynolds - who spent much of members' statements chatting with Transportation Minister Kevin Falcon - told us he dropped by to pay his respects to Speaker of the Legislative Assembly Bill Barisoff, as well as meet with Forests and Range Minister Rich Coleman. And what was that meeting about? "Just talking politics," responded Mr. Reynolds. "Nothing nefarious," Minister Coleman later quipped.

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Rumour has it the Tories are trying to get the former "Top Cop" to take on Don Bell.

Rumour has it the Tories are trying to get the former "Top Cop" to take on Don Bell.

Ain't going to happen. Coleman doesn't live in
North Van. He lives in Langely-Aldergrove and he's not about to leave his cushy Minister's office to be a little frog in a big pond when he's already a big frog in a little pond.

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