Weekly Wrap Up - March 26, 2010

This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:

* the province's anti-illegal gaming team was axed even though an internal government report warned many of those crimes would go uninvestigated as a result;

* the government is being sued for allegedly breaching an agreement with a society that has been developing a telehealth network for the province's aboriginal communities; and

* the ministry of children and family development will be trimming less money from its budget for contracted social service agencies than first anticipated.

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