Kory Teneycke lands on his feet.
From the article:
[The Vampire] declined comment on his work Thursday, aside from saying it doesn't require him to knock on doors in the federal government.
Hmm. Maybe he's shovelling something. Also from the article:
The Globe and Mail has learned the Saskatchewan-born politico – who counts Premier Brad Wall as a friend – is helping BHP talk to the provincial government in Regina. He's also offering BHP communications advice.
Yeah. That will help.
So, as long as he's not picking up the phone or button-holing them in person -- just via a puppet with, er, a smaller nose, a la Cyrano de Bergerac -- then it doesn't count as lobbying under the Federal Accountability Act? What a joke. And how like him, to leap right into -- selling out Canada's interests. Again.
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