B.C.’s solicitor general quits amidst RCMP probe

 CBC News

B.C.’s high-profile Solicitor General Kash Heed resigned from provincial cabinet after revealing the RCMP is investigating alleged violations of the Elections Act during the May 2009 provincial election campaign.

Heed announced Friday that he is stepping down from the position he has held since June 2009.

"On March 24, I was informed by the RCMP that they were investigating alleged Elections Act violations pertaining to a 2009 Vancouver-Fraserview provincial election campaign," Heed said in a statement.


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