B.C. MLA the latest politician accused of straying from party line for non-English media

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Former minister of international trade Teresa Wat speaks during a press conference in Sidney, B.C., in April, 2014.CHAD HIPOLITO/The Canadian Press British Columbia Liberal leader Kevin Falcon says he supports supervised drug injection sites, but when member of the legislature Teresa Wat spoke to the audience of a Mandarin news show last week, she had a different message. Wat, speaking on Phoenix TV’s Daily Topic Show, said “we are very opposed to so-called safe injection sites,” remarks she later said “accidentally misrepresented” her party’s position. The Liberal MLA representing Richmond Centre is the latest politician to be accused of straying...