Is affirmative action still thriving in B.C. NDP?

Dear editor,

What is happening with the local NDP provincial nominations? Is affirmative action still alive and well in the Comox Valley?

Dear editor,

What is happening with the local NDP provincial nominations? Is affirmative action still alive and well in the Comox Valley?

You reported recently about the upcoming nominations for the local constituency, but I noticed that there were no men running; only women were mentioned.

Am I to conclude that men are being warned off from running without any explanations and affirmative action is being brought through the back door?

I am completely confused by recent events. A new leader was elected by the provincial body and horror of horrors, it was a man. From this, can I ascertain that affirmative action does not apply at the MLA  level?

So what does this do for affirmative action across our great province? Is it a dead issue or is Carole James’ anti-man policy still in effect?

Maybe one of your intrepid reporters could do some  investigating into this matter.

Is the affirmative action policy alive and well in the Comox Valley? Was it ever voted on by party  members at large or was it brought in by edict by the ruling politburo?

Chris Miles,

Black Creek