David Eby redefining role of attorney-general

The attorney-general is supposed to be the least controversial of cabinet posts — a position demanding the disinterested mien of someone impervious to political winds or vested interests.

Tell that to David Eby, who has been among the most partisan and pugnacious of NDP ministers since his appointment in July 2017.

B.C.’s attorney-general is stirring the pot again — waving his fist at Penticton for heartless treatment of the homeless: How to win friends and influence people.

It’s nothing new. From the start, for such a tall man, he has been a surprisingly in-your-face minister, ignoring historic convention.

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