Bureaucrat admits to dishonest use of kelly letter
GOV. STEVE BOURNE, for New Westminster—the province that once was home to Alberta, Canada’s top oil producer and Canada’s largest exporter—has admitted to using a letter that is still in existence, and has admitted having an unauthorised letter sent from the Province of Alberta.
The Ministry of Finance (MFO) said in a statement Friday that a “mixed message” was sent out and that while the Finance Ministry will not be investigating, it “will review any correspondence to ensure they do not violate the law.”
The minister who wrote those letters is the finance minister Mike de Jong, who is no longer minister. The letters sent from더킹카지노 the Premier, Mike de Jong and the Finance Minister were all approved by Finance Minister Bill Morneau, who wrote the letters as the chief executive officer of BMG Canada.
“We hope Mr. Morneau’s public service leadership and dedication, as well as his extensive experience and experience in other areas including a strong history of accountability and transparency, would help strengthen the process that is supposed to prevent government wrongdoing, whether in the written or written without email,” the finance ministry said.
The premier has called a news conference Friday to announce the resignations of Mike de Jong and Bob Rennie.
De Jong resigned Friday morning. Rennie resigned later Friday. All three were announced Friday afternoon by the Finance Minister.
“It seems to be quite the controversy. There are obviously a number of rea우리카지노sons why all three [people] would want to step down from this,” said Doug Porter, a director of communications at the Federation of Canadian Municipalities.
It wasn’t immediately known what other names were involved in the email chain. The province’s financial disclosures suggest in the final months of the NDP’s reign as government it used a system in which names were entered in a form that is unsecured by a middle man and then written on top of each other to create a signature that appeared to be from the same person.
The minister has not said what he planned to do, but his departure would take effect on Oct. 19, two days before that date. Morneau will then step down.
The scandal involving the emails began last summer when they were released to Global News.
The minister for finance releasejarvees.comd two emails in July showing a “mixed message” had been sent from BMG, one that was approved by Morneau and two from another of the province’s current finance ministers