Reg Bowers resigns from CNLOPB

Louis Power
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According to a news release from the Canada–Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board (CNLOPB), board member Reg Bowers has resigned.

Bowers was the campaign manager for Peter Penashue, who announced earlier today he is retiring as MP for Labrador due to controversial campaign spending. 

Bowers' resignation takes effect immediately.

Organizations: TheCanada–Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board

Geographic location: Labrador

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  • Peter Miles
    March 16, 2013 - 20:03

    Its interesting that this news release is not on the C-NLOPB web site. Just a timing issue - I don't think so. Reg's name has already disappeared from the Board of Director's web pageand his bio has gone. I'm going to dig a little deeper in their web site to see if I can find out when he was elected (or APPOINTED) to the board and what it said about him then. Incidentally, this fellow is not just a volunteer staffer. He appears to have many years experience dealing with Federal and Provincial governments, and multi-national oil corporations. . . . and he wasn't aware of even the basics of election campaign do's and don'ts? He also talks about being overwhelmed by the last minute rush to get donations to the bank - and he was put into a high profile, highly sensitive board position where everything needs to be scrupulously checked before going forward? I think there should be a major investigation.

  • Peter Miles
    March 16, 2013 - 19:57

    Its interesting that this news release is not on the C-NLOPB web site. Just a timing issue - I don't think so. Reg's name has already disappeared from the Board of Director's web pageand his bio has gone. I'm going to dig a little deeper in their web site to see if I can find out when he was elected (or APPOINTED) to the board and what it said about him then. Incidentally, this fellow is not just a volunteer staffer. He appears to have many years experience dealing with Federal and Provincial governments, and multi-national oil corporations. . . . and he wasn't aware of even the basics of election campaign do's and don'ts? He also talks about being overwhelmed by the last minute rush to get donations to the bank - and he was put into a high profile, highly sensitive board position where everything needs to be scrupulously checked before going forward? I think there should be a major investigation.

  • Eli
    March 15, 2013 - 07:09

    Has the time for The Princess finally come?

  • trw
    March 14, 2013 - 21:45

    Now isn't this a coincidence!!! Something's going on.

  • joe
    March 14, 2013 - 20:42

    Pay back that huge salary you got for doing nothing! Another CON busted and the dominoes start falling again