Businessman seeks an end to ‘politics as usual’ – The Globe and Mail.

Many British Columbians likely yearn for accountability and integrity in B.C. politics, but only Wayne Crookes is likely willing to spend more than $60,000 of his own money to try to make it happen.
That was just the start, covering the cost of ads on Wednesday in The Globe and Mail, The Vancouver Sun and other publications to launch an advocacy group called Integrity BC, which he said in a statement will be “a non-partisan voice championing accountability and integrity in B.C. politics.”

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