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PostPosted: Thu Dec 12, 2019 6:36 pm
 


Title: Jody Wilson-Raybould is refusing to move out of her entire ministerial office suite
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Posted By: BeaverFever
Date: 2019-12-12 17:30:13
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Jody Wilson-Raybould is refusing to move out of her entire ministerial office suite

David Cochrane, Jorge Barrera - CBC News

The Commons reserves the space for ministers. Wilson-Raybould calls the dispute 'petty'

Posted: 4 Hours Ago
Last Updated: 39 Minutes Ago

Jody Wilson-Raybould victory speech Vancouver Granville 2019
Jody Wilson-Raybould addresses supporters after winning the riding of Vancouver Granville as an Independent on Oct. 21, 2019. (CBC)

Jody Wilson-Raybould is refusing to vacate the entire suite of Parliament Hill offices she was assigned as a cabinet minister, despite the fact that she is now an Independent MP and is no longer entitled to the space.

Wilson-Raybould and her small staff currently occupy a series of six offices equipped with a private bathroom on the fourth floor of the Confederation Building in Ottawa — a suite she was assigned when she was a minister and had a larger staff complement.

Such office suites are in short supply. The Liberals requested the use of the ministerial suite now occupied by Wilson-Raybould for one of their newly appointed ministers. Wilson-Raybould has yet to leave.

... Parliament Hill offices are reassigned after each election, with priority based on party standings. As an Independent, WIlson-Raybould would be among the last MPs given a chance to choose an office.

After winning the 2015 election, the Liberals allowed MPs to keep their existing offices where possible. Wilson-Raybould was allowed to stay in the ministerial suite after she resigned from cabinet during the SNC-Lavalin controversy.

But things have changed since the election. Wilson-Raybould is a non-minister occupying what's classified as a ministerial suite, so the Liberals expect her to move out so that a cabinet member can move in.

... House of Commons administration declined to address the issue. Instead, Heather Bradley, the director of communications for the Speaker, sent out a statement outlining the policy for assigning office space.

"There is a long established process of office allocations based on party standings. After an election, the allocation of offices starts with the government, to review their allocations and make changes as required," Bradley said in an email.

"The same process is repeated with the Official Opposition and then the third, fourth and fifth party, should one exist."

Once the recognized parties have been dealt with, Bradley said, the leftover offices are offered to Independent members based on their years of seniority in the House of Commons.



https://www.cbc.ca/amp/1.5394079

How utterly childish unethical and self-serving, Jody.


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BeaverFever wrote:
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Jody Wilson-Raybould is refusing to move out of her entire ministerial office suite

David Cochrane, Jorge Barrera - CBC News

The Commons reserves the space for ministers. Wilson-Raybould calls the dispute 'petty'

Posted: 4 Hours Ago
Last Updated: 39 Minutes Ago

Jody Wilson-Raybould victory speech Vancouver Granville 2019

Jody Wilson-Raybould addresses supporters after winning the riding of Vancouver Granville as an Independent on Oct. 21, 2019. (CBC)
Jody Wilson-Raybould is refusing to vacate the entire suite of Parliament Hill offices she was assigned as a cabinet minister, despite the fact that she is now an Independent MP and is no longer entitled to the space.

Wilson-Raybould and her small staff currently occupy a series of six offices equipped with a private bathroom on the fourth floor of the Confederation Building in Ottawa — a suite she was assigned when she was a minister and had a larger staff complement.

Such office suites are in short supply. The Liberals requested the use of the ministerial suite now occupied by Wilson-Raybould for one of their newly appointed ministers. Wilson-Raybould has yet to leave.

... Parliament Hill offices are reassigned after each election, with priority based on party standings. As an Independent, WIlson-Raybould would be among the last MPs given a chance to choose an office.

After winning the 2015 election, the Liberals allowed MPs to keep their existing offices where possible. Wilson-Raybould was allowed to stay in the ministerial suite after she resigned from cabinet during the SNC-Lavalin controversy.

But things have changed since the election. Wilson-Raybould is a non-minister occupying what's classified as a ministerial suite, so the Liberals expect her to move out so that a cabinet member can move in.

... House of Commons administration declined to address the issue. Instead, Heather Bradley, the director of communications for the Speaker, sent out a statement outlining the policy for assigning office space.

"There is a long established process of office allocations based on party standings. After an election, the allocation of offices starts with the government, to review their allocations and make changes as required," Bradley said in an email.

"The same process is repeated with the Official Opposition and then the third, fourth and fifth party, should one exist."

Once the recognized parties have been dealt with, Bradley said, the leftover offices are offered to Independent members based on their years of seniority in the House of Commons.



https://www.cbc.ca/amp/1.5394079

How utterly childish unethical and self-serving, Jody.


Not surprising given the special status Trudeau has conferred on natives of Canada and a person can be sure that Ms Raybould is still working under that premise. Unfortunately for Trudeau she's just another in a long line of self entitled people both native and non who think the world revolves around their pretty little asses. Only this time the Lib's are screwed because she's likely going to use her native status card to ensure "she" gets what "she" wants a fact which is more about embarrassing the PM than actually giving a shit about having the "corner office".

So, it'll be very interesting to see how they remove her from this office space without offending every other Native in the country. ROTFL

Any bets you never hear about this again and she stays entrenched in her current digs? :wink:


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You saying the self-entitled bitch's attitude is because she's native?
I don't think the Liberals are screwed, but I know her constituents are.


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Legally its Trespassing, change the locks and force her out, she's no longer a minister, hell, she's no longer in the liberal party. This sets a brutal precedent if she's allowed to stay.


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It’s a very Trump-like move isn’t it?

“It’s not a law, its only a convention so I DARE you to try and force me. My followers love it when I pull this kind of shit”


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But it is a Law...

From Ontario's TPA Act....
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Trespass an offence
2 (1) Every person who is not acting under a right or authority conferred by law and who,

(a) without the express permission of the occupier, the proof of which rests on the defendant,

(i) enters on premises when entry is prohibited under this Act, or

(ii) engages in an activity on premises when the activity is prohibited under this Act; or

(b) does not leave the premises immediately after he or she is directed to do so by the occupier of the premises or a person authorized by the occupier,

is guilty of an offence and on conviction is liable to a fine of not more than $10,000. R.S.O. 1990, c. T.21, s. 2 (1); 2016, c. 8, Sched. 6, s. 1.


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Still Trump-like.
“I DARE you to enforce the law, my followers live it when I break the law”


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 13, 2019 11:02 am
 


BeaverFever wrote:
Still Trump-like.
“I DARE you to enforce the law, my followers live it when I break the law”


Please do try leaving US politics out. Thank you.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 13, 2019 11:07 am
 


PluggyRug wrote:
BeaverFever wrote:
Still Trump-like.
“I DARE you to enforce the law, my followers live it when I break the law”


Please do try leaving US politics out. Thank you.


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BeaverFever wrote:
Still Trump-like.
“I DARE you to enforce the law, my followers live it when I break the law”

Still against the law she swore an OATH to uphold and follow. She should be arrested and lead out of her illegally occupied offices on camera and fined the full $10k


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 13, 2019 12:09 pm
 


BeaverFever wrote:
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Jody Wilson-Raybould is refusing to move out of her entire ministerial office suite

David Cochrane, Jorge Barrera - CBC News

The Commons reserves the space for ministers. Wilson-Raybould calls the dispute 'petty'

Posted: 4 Hours Ago
Last Updated: 39 Minutes Ago

Jody Wilson-Raybould victory speech Vancouver Granville 2019
Jody Wilson-Raybould addresses supporters after winning the riding of Vancouver Granville as an Independent on Oct. 21, 2019. (CBC)

Jody Wilson-Raybould is refusing to vacate the entire suite of Parliament Hill offices she was assigned as a cabinet minister, despite the fact that she is now an Independent MP and is no longer entitled to the space.

Wilson-Raybould and her small staff currently occupy a series of six offices equipped with a private bathroom on the fourth floor of the Confederation Building in Ottawa — a suite she was assigned when she was a minister and had a larger staff complement.

Such office suites are in short supply. The Liberals requested the use of the ministerial suite now occupied by Wilson-Raybould for one of their newly appointed ministers. Wilson-Raybould has yet to leave.

... Parliament Hill offices are reassigned after each election, with priority based on party standings. As an Independent, WIlson-Raybould would be among the last MPs given a chance to choose an office.

After winning the 2015 election, the Liberals allowed MPs to keep their existing offices where possible. Wilson-Raybould was allowed to stay in the ministerial suite after she resigned from cabinet during the SNC-Lavalin controversy.

But things have changed since the election. Wilson-Raybould is a non-minister occupying what's classified as a ministerial suite, so the Liberals expect her to move out so that a cabinet member can move in.

... House of Commons administration declined to address the issue. Instead, Heather Bradley, the director of communications for the Speaker, sent out a statement outlining the policy for assigning office space.

"There is a long established process of office allocations based on party standings. After an election, the allocation of offices starts with the government, to review their allocations and make changes as required," Bradley said in an email.

"The same process is repeated with the Official Opposition and then the third, fourth and fifth party, should one exist."

Once the recognized parties have been dealt with, Bradley said, the leftover offices are offered to Independent members based on their years of seniority in the House of Commons.



https://www.cbc.ca/amp/1.5394079

How utterly childish unethical and self-serving, Jody.

I'm in complete agreement with your remarks about this self-serving self-entitled lowly independent staging a drama in order to try and remain relevant. Big fail there, Pug.


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Freakinoldguy wrote:
BeaverFever wrote:
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Jody Wilson-Raybould is refusing to move out of her entire ministerial office suite

David Cochrane, Jorge Barrera - CBC News

The Commons reserves the space for ministers. Wilson-Raybould calls the dispute 'petty'

Posted: 4 Hours Ago
Last Updated: 39 Minutes Ago

Jody Wilson-Raybould victory speech Vancouver Granville 2019

Jody Wilson-Raybould addresses supporters after winning the riding of Vancouver Granville as an Independent on Oct. 21, 2019. (CBC)
Jody Wilson-Raybould is refusing to vacate the entire suite of Parliament Hill offices she was assigned as a cabinet minister, despite the fact that she is now an Independent MP and is no longer entitled to the space.

Wilson-Raybould and her small staff currently occupy a series of six offices equipped with a private bathroom on the fourth floor of the Confederation Building in Ottawa — a suite she was assigned when she was a minister and had a larger staff complement.

Such office suites are in short supply. The Liberals requested the use of the ministerial suite now occupied by Wilson-Raybould for one of their newly appointed ministers. Wilson-Raybould has yet to leave.

... Parliament Hill offices are reassigned after each election, with priority based on party standings. As an Independent, WIlson-Raybould would be among the last MPs given a chance to choose an office.

After winning the 2015 election, the Liberals allowed MPs to keep their existing offices where possible. Wilson-Raybould was allowed to stay in the ministerial suite after she resigned from cabinet during the SNC-Lavalin controversy.

But things have changed since the election. Wilson-Raybould is a non-minister occupying what's classified as a ministerial suite, so the Liberals expect her to move out so that a cabinet member can move in.

... House of Commons administration declined to address the issue. Instead, Heather Bradley, the director of communications for the Speaker, sent out a statement outlining the policy for assigning office space.

"There is a long established process of office allocations based on party standings. After an election, the allocation of offices starts with the government, to review their allocations and make changes as required," Bradley said in an email.

"The same process is repeated with the Official Opposition and then the third, fourth and fifth party, should one exist."

Once the recognized parties have been dealt with, Bradley said, the leftover offices are offered to Independent members based on their years of seniority in the House of Commons.



https://www.cbc.ca/amp/1.5394079

How utterly childish unethical and self-serving, Jody.


Not surprising given the special status Trudeau has conferred on natives of Canada and a person can be sure that Ms Raybould is still working under that premise. Unfortunately for Trudeau she's just another in a long line of self entitled people both native and non who think the world revolves around their pretty little asses. Only this time the Lib's are screwed because she's likely going to use her native status card to ensure "she" gets what "she" wants a fact which is more about embarrassing the PM than actually giving a shit about having the "corner office".

So, it'll be very interesting to see how they remove her from this office space without offending every other Native in the country. ROTFL

Any bets you never hear about this again and she stays entrenched in her current digs? :wink:

Well I might expect to hear from Metis people who are seeing their new MP from Manitoba being used a pawn in this shameless display of self-entitlement by one who is well-known for supreme arrogance and intractable attitude.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 13, 2019 12:18 pm
 


PluggyRug wrote:
BeaverFever wrote:
Still Trump-like.
“I DARE you to enforce the law, my followers live it when I break the law”


Please do try leaving US politics out. Thank you.


No it’s a valid criticism to tell her she’s acting like Trump


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herbie wrote:
You saying the self-entitled bitch's attitude is because she's native?
I don't think the Liberals are screwed, but I know her constituents are.

There are currently close to 3800 comments about Pug on the CBC website and the vast majority are slamming her - even those who once had some respect for her are now questioning their former support. Surprisingly, considering it is the CBC - all comments are being allowed and the site is still taking comments.


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