Kennedy Stewart’s mayoral opponent is asking another ethics watchdog to investigate the Vancouver mayor after a document emerged suggesting his right-hand man is looking to developers to fund the campaign.
Recently, a two-page spreadsheet was found on the sidewalk near city hall showing a list of high-profile developers and business people who appear to have been asked to contribute to Stewart’s Forward Together election campaign. Large foreign, corporate, and union donations have been banned in B.C. since 2017, and personal donations are limited to $1,250 this year.
Colleen Hardwick, who will run against the mayor under the TEAM for a Livable Vancouver banner next month, is now asking Vancouver Integrity Commissioner Lisa Southern to investigate whether the mayor’s chief of staff Neil Monckton and communications director Alvin Singh improperly raised funds for their boss over the past few months….
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