As a follow-up to my post on the CBC hiding the backgrounds of two people complaining about receiving robocalls and as I updated, started looking into it (see here).
This is the email I sent to Nardi who is the Communication Officer at the Yukon Employees Union and as I assumed he is very well versed in receiving correspondence at work, I cc’ed his supervisor:
Could you confirm if this is you quoted in this CBC story please?
Can you please tell me who are you, who you work for, and why you have contacted my place of employment? Please understand that I do not conduct personal business on my employer’s time.
I thought that kind of strange as he is paid to be a Communications Director but at least then in my mind it semi-answered the question whether this was an ‘official’ effort backed by the union.
I’m a conservative blogger who is trying to find out the relevant backgrounds of the people quoted in that CBC story I forwarded you. Googling my name will easily provide you with my background.
Thank you Dean. I am at work and can’t answer your questions on work time. But I’d be happy to help you when I leave. One thing I can tell you is that my question to Mr. Leef (it was a question, not an accusation—I clearly said that in my posting) had nothing to do with my employer nor any political party. It was a constituent question pure and simple. I have cc’d this email to my home address for further reference. Feel free to contact me there.
Ok, so there is the complete correspondence between myself and Nardi as I left it for the time being while waiting for a reply from the CBC North contacts of Jennifer Geens, Elaine Look and Cheryl Kawaja to this email I sent:
And that's where it sat until I was sent a link from the Yukon News in which I am mentioned: