Make it clear who the premier works for

Wages and benefits should come from private sector

Those who argue that Christy Clark’s $195,000 salary is inadequate make a reasonable point.

For services rendered, she should receive at least as much as any top-level CEO employed in British Columbia’s energy industry and all her wages and benefits should be provided directly by the private sector. The provincial taxpayer would thereby be relieved of any financial burden and having a new paymaster would make quite clear who this premier actually works for.

Larry Kazdan

Surrey North Delta Leader