Kevin Krueger prepares to say goodbye

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Kevin Krueger (image courtesy Government of B.C.)
He's famous for calling it as he sees it, and soon he will be calling it quits.

Kevin Krueger has represented the Kamloops area as an MLA for 16 years -- first from the back bench of the opposition, and later in the cabinet room as a government minister.
   
Krueger will not be running in the spring election, but gave host Shelley Joyce a recap of his career.

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It would be impossible to spend all those years in government without making an impression on reporters.

Our political pundits, CBC legislative bureau chief Stephen Smart and Vancouver Sun reporter Jonathan Fowlie, share their take on Kevin Krueger's time in politics.

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