Fraser Valley – Now that it is official, that former BC Liberal Premier Christy Clark has resigned, the platitudes are coming out of the woodwork. New Premier John Horgan and Green Leader Andrew Weaver stated that although on different sides of the political fence, they agreed that Clark was one who “worked for the people of BC.”
FVN spoke with Kash Heed. He formerly served as the Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General (first eected in 2009). He was formerly chief constable of the West Vancouver Police Department and a former superintendent with the Vancouver Police Department and was the first Indo-Canadian police chief in Canada.
Heed, like Clark, is also a former radio talk show host.
Heed is now an avid spokesman for the legalization of medicinal marijuana through tight regulations. He is also a consultant on a number of policing and crime issues.
Heed spoke to FVN’s Don Lehn after the resignation as Premier and before information came out that Clark also resigned as an MLA effective August 4 and Rich Coleman is now interim leader of the BC Liberals.
Heed looked into the past as to the reason for the decision and who may be in the cards to become the next BC Liberal leader. He doesn’t think anyone in the Valley wants the job.