The Globe and Mail has learned the Saskatchewan-born politico – who counts Premier Brad Wall as a friend – is helping [the Australian Potash Co.] BHP talk to the provincial government in Regina. He's also offering BHP communications advice.
It would be cruel of me to mock him at this low point in his career. You, however, may do so in the comments.
"who counts Premier Brad Wall as a friend"
Do you think they're still 'friends'?
This thing ain't over yet. Deals like this don't just wither away and die. I'm waiting for the other shoe to drop.
Don't worry, this will look great on his resume.
After all, his mentor made a career of slagging-off about Canada, and he wound up prime-minister.
Maybe he'll advise his Australian clients they...
start a petition!
hey, I hear Avaaz has one with a large Cndn. mailing list they could try to lobby the Cndn govt with....
Don't feel sorry for Kory. He's a resolute fellow with extensive connections to people with deep pockets. His failure with FNN is a point of honour with these folks. Nobody will ever fail upwards like Teneycke. He will rocket back.
Finally get around to talking about potash at SDA
Kate, with her Ayn Rand committment, can't bring herself to address the cognitive dissonance involved in defending the Potash sale refusal, so hubby Lance Levsen steps into the breech.
And comes immediately under fire.
// Gee, cheers lance, isn't Canpotex like a wheat board for potash? Scratch a right whinger and what do you get??? //
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