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Charges laid under elections act in ethnic outreach scandal – BC

Charges have been laid against two former aides to Premier Christy Clark in connection with the ethnic outreach scandal in 2012.

Brian Bonney and Mark Robertson are both facing charges under the BC Elections Act.

NDP leader Adrian Dix alleged that Liberal government staff were planning to use government resources to drum up votes in ethnic communities ahead of the provincial election.

A leaked memo referenced a number “quick win” strategies to woo ethnic voters – including apologizing for historical wrongs.

In August 2013, B.C.’s privacy commissioner, Elizabeth Denham, announced she did not any find evidence of personal information being shared between the government and the BC Liberals as contemplated in the “Multicultural Strategic Ethnic Outreach Plan.”

“Our investigation did not find evidence that information was shared between government and the B.C. Liberal Party,” said Denham. “However, it did reveal the exchange of government information using personal email accounts, particularly among individuals in government departments who have roles closely tied to the governing party.”

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