Mar 14, 2013 / 12:21 pm
The deputy to BC Premier Christy Clark has found government resources were misused when the Liberal party laid out a strategy to win ethnic votes.
The report by John Dyble also found breaches of public service standards of conduct.
It says former Liberal government communications official Brian Bonney did work for both the government caucus and the Liberal party while he was being paid as a government employee.
Dyble says at least half of Bonney's time was spent doing work for the Liberal party on the ethnic outreach strategy.
The Liberal plan to win the ethnic vote in this May's election was leaked earlier this month and forced Clark to apologize several times.
Dyble report's recommends Clark's Chief of Staff Dan Doyle and take appropriate disciplinary and corrective actions against those involved in hatching the plan.
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