Nov 082012
 

Mark Hasiuk recently broke the story of widespread abuse of Purchasing Cards – company credit cards – issued to hundreds of BC Housing employees and used to run up unchecked expenses with taxpayer money. This scandal is right on the heels of Mark's exposé of another British Columbia housing scandal in which tens of millions of taxpayer dollars were discovered being funnelled through the BC Housing Management Commission directly to the CEO's wife's personal housing program Atira, a program that unapologetically runs de facto brothels in Vancouver's east side. How is BC Housing Minister Rich Coleman defending these obvious and egregious abuses and conflicts of interest? During his re-election bid, not much, of course.

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