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By Duncan Speight | April 6, 2005
Morino, the leader of Democratic Reform B.C., is a self-described jack
of all trades who has worked as a roofer, owned a restaurant and worked
for the provincial government.
For the past 18 years, he has practised law in the same Greater Victoria
neighbourhood he grew up in.
He is a long-time Liberal, having run unsuccessfully in the 1986 and
1991 provincial elections.
Morino then left politics for 10 years – returning to work
on the campaign of independent MLA Rick Kasper in the Malahat-Juan de
Fuca riding in the 2001 provincial election.
Morino won a seat on Sooke municipal council in 2002.
He is a self-described social democrat, committed to "equality
of opportunity, fair labour practices, accountable government and effective
He says he's also committed to improving the justice system –
including legal aid, early intervention and protection for the victims