He's no Robin Williams, but you've got to start somewhere.
When the news broke that the province of Manitoba had asked the RCMP to review the trio of city audits that uncovered massive favoritism in handing out construction contracts "and to conduct any investigations it considers appropriate," Katz tapped his funny bone to knock off some one-liners in the form of a "statement."
His best: "The province has made their decision and chosen to exercise their right to refer to the RCMP, and all of council would support their decision, and I hope this brings closure."
Bwahaha. Now that's funny.
It may be too subtle for many people, but it's in the true tradition of understated British humour.
You see, Katz is saying just the opposite.
He and his council cabal voted AGAINST sending the audits to the provincial justice department, a move made by councillors in the hope the province w…