Former B.C. premier Glen Clark explains why he’s leaving Jim Pattison Group after 22 years

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Glen Clark, middle, with Jim Pattison, right, at the announcement of the new St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver in 2019. JASON PAYNE, PNG

For the last 10 years, Clark has been the company president, and the chief operating officer for the last seven. In 2022, the company had 60,000 employees in 97 countries, and did $16 billion in sales.

by John Mackie

Vancouver Sun

January 7, 2023

VANCOUVER — Many people were shocked when former NDP premier Glen Clark went to work for B.C.’s most successful businessman, Jim Pattison.

But Clark thrived at the Jim Pattison Group. For the last 10 years, he has been the company president, and the chief operating officer for the last seven. In 2022, the company had 60,000 employees in 97 countries, and did $16 billion in sales.

Now the shock is that Clark has resigned as the Pattison Group’s president and COO, effective Dec. 31, 2022.

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