After an independent review, the housing provided for convicted sex offender James Conway in Mission has been declared a conflict of interest.
The home had been bought by Lynett Stuckey-Mack, and was being leased to WJS Canada.
However, she’s a manager with WJS Canada, which was awarded the housing contract from Community Living BC.
Her home address is also the same as Anne Nikon: a board member, shareholder, and an executive director with WJS Canada.
When Global News asked new CEO Caroline Bonesky if either of them would face consequences…
“I’m not gonna talk about personnel matters in the public.”
She says the mistake was made with good intentions, to offer the client stability from protests and eviction.
In a statement to Global, Community Living BC says it has ordered WJS Canada to change the ownership of the property where Conway is being housed, or the lease will not be renewed next August.