"Biased," "nonsense," "craziness" and "dumb." That's how British Columbia Ferry Services Inc. president and chief executive officer David Hahn described a recent report by the province's comptroller general during an interview with the Times Colonist's Lindsay Kines. The report was critical of the compensation packages awarded to the government-owned company's executives and directors - which, in Mr. Hahn's case, is valued at more than a million dollars. So what does Finance Minister Colin Hansen think of that response? Well, this is what he told reporters after question period today.
November 16, 2009