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Sam Cooper
and who was there with Glen Clark while the TV crews camped outside Clark’s home way back then? Yes, comms director Geoff Meggs, who became comms director for van mayor Larry Campbell, now top aide for Premier Horgan
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Sam Cooper 28 Jan 19
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Vansanity 28 Jan 19
Replying to @scoopercooper
That’s interesting. Clark to Gregor to Horgan? Am I missing any jobs in between?
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Sam Cooper 28 Jan 19
Replying to @Vansanity1
Clark, top aide for Larry Campbell, creates Vision Vancouver with Campbell and Jim Green, voted to Vision council, and then left before party got wiped out, to lead what some now call ‘Vison BC’ circle in NDP
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Meggster 28 Jan 19
Replying to @scoopercooper
I did not know that. I only recently learned that Larry Campbell is connected to him. What is Greggor doing now, too?
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Rick Hewat 28 Jan 19
Replying to @scoopercooper
Good point! Glad we have some that have been around to keep continuity going. Nowadays 1 week is a long historical memory!
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Bill McCreery 28 Jan 19
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Meggs will be the downfall of the government.
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Pete Quily 28 Jan 19
you wonder what Meggs has on John Horgan? BCers want a and it is in 's best interest to have one, other than possibly Meggs and others in who may've done dodgy stuff that could be exposed in one & yet Horgan STILL refuses
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Arto Tavukciyan 28 Jan 19
Replying to @scoopercooper
Funny. Clark went down because of a stupid deck. The good ol’ days. Today we are talking of Billions of dollars of money laundering, influence peddling, fraud, drugs etc. And Christy, Coleman and all the rest of the Liberals are all free.
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Brenda Mason 28 Jan 19
I remember the deck! Such small potatoes in 2019.
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Frank Ducote 29 Jan 19
I think it was equally small potatoes at the time, but Dosanjh threw him under the proverbial bus.
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