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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics January 1, 2004
  Jan 01, 2004

A random telephone survey of 425 respondents in the lower mainland of British Columbia between December 29,30,31 2003, relating to the police raid on the Offices of Minister of Finance Gary Collins and Transportation Minister Judith Reid.
Respondents were pre determined to have voted in the last Provincial and Federal elections.

Question #1
Considering that the police raid on the legislature involves to some extent documents relating to the sale of BC Rail, is it your opinion that Gordon Campbell and the BC Liberal government should suspend or stop entirely the sale of BC Rail until such time as the police investigation has been concluded and public disclosure of all the details has been made?
Yes    76 %
No    22 %
Commentary
Circa 2003:
If Gordon Campbell does not hold off on the sale of BC Rail, or rescind the deal altogether, until the police investigation has been concluded, the majority of BC Liberal MLA's can kiss their day jobs good bye. He may try, but he will not get away with anything less.
MAKE NO MISTAKE, THERE IS LIKELY A CRIMINAL OFFENSE SOMEWHERE IN THE SALE OF BC RAIL. I SENSE THERE IS A CARLOAD OF CORRUPTION.
Glen P. Robbins

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