Democracy Watch is taking B.C.’s ethics commissioner to court for ruling that Premier Clark’s high-priced, secretive fundraising events are ethical.
Please help by making your donation now to the Premier Clark’s Unethical Fundraising Court Case Fund.
Incredibly, B.C.’s Conflict of Interest Commissioner Paul Fraser investigated Democracy Watch’s complaint and ruled that it was ethical for B.C. Premier Christy Clark to invite a few big business executives and other wealthy people to pay $2,000 up to $20,000 to meet with her and other Cabinet ministers behind closed doors.
Commissioner Fraser didn’t even try to find out who attended Premier Clark’s events.
Democracy Watch needs to raise $25,000 to cover the costs of the court case it has launched challenging Commissioner Fraser’s ruling, and continuing its campaign to stop big money in B.C. politics.
You can help hold Premier Clark accountable for her unethical fundraising, and help stop big money in B.C. politics, by donating now!
Thank you for your support,
Duff, Josephine, Brad
and the entire Democracy Watch team
Latest News on the Case and Campaign
News Release 24/04/2017 – Democracy Watch takes next step in appeal of ruling that Conflict of Interest Commissioner’s decision on B.C. Premier Christy Clark’s $50,000 salary and “cash-for-access” events can’t be challenged in court
News Release 24/02/2017 – Democracy Watch appeals ruling that Conflict of Interest Commissioner’s decision on B.C. Premier Christy Clark’s $50,000 salary and “cash-for-access” events can’t be challenged in court