By now, our readers will be well-acquainted with the fact government hasn't yet given reporters a list of the stakeholders who have met with cabinet's climate action committee. This, despite the fact that, 83 days ago, Premier Gordon Campbell said he was "surprised" that list hadn't been released yet. So what happened? "Well, I guess I forgot about the list. There's no problem with letting people know who we've met with," Premier Campbell told reporters today. "We've had public forums people, with organizations. So this isn't a secret. Most of the information we've got is on the Website or the (western climate initiative) Website. It's part of building a long-term strategy that includes members of the public." So will he commit to releasing that list tomorrow? "I'll get when I've got time to do it," he responded. "Thanks for asking."
February 12, 2008