The Liberal government of BC has come up with a classic example of rewarding failure: David Hahn, president of BC Ferries, made over a million dollars last year. Read about it here: Shock as B.C. Ferries boss Hahn's $1-million salary revealed
It shouldn't be very difficult to find someone who could do a better job than Hahn is doing for only $200,000 or so.
An extra $2 billion in sales taxes so that the provincial government can continue to pay the salaries of Hahn, BC Rail CEO Kevin Mahoney, and the Public Affairs Bureau? Can you say "tax revolt"?