KAMLOOPS — THERE REALLY SHOULD BE a recovery program for ex-politicians, one that gradually weans them off the compulsive need to be in the limelight.
Terry Lake is the latest to try to quit, and to relapse. The former B.C. health minister took to social media Tuesday announcing he’ll seek the Liberal nomination for Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo in this fall’s federal election.
He will, of course, get the party’s nomination with little, if any, opposition. What Liberal wouldn’t want a star candidate like Lake to take on incumbent Conservative MP Cathy McLeod?