When provincial Liberal MLAs filed into the legislature today, their lapels sported chartreuse chrysanthemums. Understandably, some wags lept to the conclusion those flowers might be a symbol of the government's continued commitment to the environment. But, apparently, that's not the case. Speaking with Public Eye, caucus chair John Yap said they simply represented the fact government was taking a "fresh approach." Uh-huh.
February 12, 2008