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"Premier Clark's claims that she ...
"Premier Clark's claims that she had no idea her deputy chief of staff and close friend Kim Haakstad was running the Quick Wins scheme out of the premier's office never had any credibility.
The meeting was chaired by Clark's Deputy Chief of Staff Kim Haakstad and the group of public service employees was tasked with using taxpayer resources to create a voter contact database for use by the B.C. Liberal Party in subsequent election campaigns.
The premier's then-deputy chief of staff Kim Haakstad, who helped draft the 17-page Multicultural Strategic Outreach Plan more than a year ago, also announced she was stepping down on Friday.
Over the weekend the premier's deputy ...
Over the weekend the premier's deputy chief of staff, Kim Haakstad, was the first to take the fall for the memo.
Haakstad, whose name had the misfortune of appearing atop the controversial memo as its author, has been a part of premier's inner circle of advisors and confidants since June, 2001, when she served as Clark's executive assistant.
It's hard to believe Haakstad
would issue any memo without the full knowledge and consultation of her
Clark's campaign headquarters crew of ...
Clark's campaign headquarters crew of strategists included longtime confidante Kim Haakstad, the deputy chief of staff who quit under pressure after the Multicultural Outreach strategy was tabled by the NDP on Feb. 27.
Clark has already accepted the ...
Clark has already accepted the resignation of her longtime assistant Kim Haakstad, who distributed the ethnic voter plan to party and government staff via their personal e-mail addresses.
Haakstad, Clark's deputy chief of staff, and "outreach" staff from the premier's office are subject to an internal investigation ordered by Clark.