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Calendar: Donna Jones and Ministry Spokesperson

calendar: Cheema was listed as attending the meeting on Farnworth's calendar, but a spokesperson for Farnworth's office subsequently denied Cheema attended; instead, the spokesperson said Cheema's name was referenced in the calendar as he was the one who reached out to book the meeting that was described as one to discuss traffic fine revenue sharing, according to Vancouver Courier. The ministry spokesperson also said Donna Jones was listed on the calendar. This is the second such suit against a political opponent of Mayor Doug McCallum.article continues below Trending Stories Vancouver saw the coldest temperature in a whopping 84 years today The Cambie has been saved Vancouver's oldest bar isn't closing after all These are the Vancouver ridings to watch in the 2019 federal election Here's who's running in Vancouver in the 2019 federal election The claim originates from a motion tabled by Hundial at a Sep. 16 council meeting, in which Hundial asked for more information about an apparent meeting Cheema had on Nov. 2, 2018, with then mayor-elect McCallum and B.C. Solicitor General Mike Farnworth. Jones is Surrey s manager of economic development and intergovernmental relations. Hundial's motion asked for more information about the meeting and the extent of the relationship Cheema had to the City of Surrey at the time. Cheema claims Hundial made no effort to verify, prior to the motion, if he actually attended the meeting. ( As reported in the news.