On Sept. 10 B.C. Premier Christy Clark visited the Nemiah Valley to sign a Letter of Understanding with the Tsilhqot’in chiefs.
She was accompanied by 10 people.
They arrived in Williams Lake in a chartered aircraft and were ferried to the Nemiah Valley by two waiting seven seat helicopters from Williams Lake.
Why was the second helicopter necessary?
Was it to provide some people with the opportunity to cross a visit to the beautiful Nemiah Valley off their bucket lists?
All at the taxpayers expense.
What did this second helicopter trip for the Premier cost the taxpayers of British Columbia?
Is it possible that B.C. has its own version of former Alberta Premier Alison Redford?
Perhaps the Premier’s October visit to India will tell us more.