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Today, we released the seventh issue of the Brown Envelope, our exclusive newsletter for Public Eye's donors. Inside, you'll find out about: the Campbell administration's efforts to keep information on illegal gaming in British Columbia under lock and key; further controversy surrounding the government's relationship with the First Nations eHealth Centre of Excellence Society; and how Shared Services BC employees are reacting to the latest round of workforce adjustments. So, if you aren't already a supporter, please consider making a confidential $10 monthly contribution by clicking on the bar below. You'll be helping sustain our investigative work and keep the province's public institutions honest. (Please note, federal tax laws require us to include the goods and services tax as part of your contribution. You can stop supporting Public Eye at any time by following this link.)

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Some great internal stuff in there Sean, every MLA ought to pony up the $10/month for situational awareness purposes and grant you an interview if for no other purpose than public service. In fact, I think...

A certain cabinet minister not named Mary needs a 3 AM wake-up call because of an interesting tidbit herein this magical device...

And everybody in the P-A-B that doesn't stick up for Mary Polak (I do, pass me the intelligence and ammunition) ought to read it so they know where to block for the BCLib team...

And every yahoo in the BCNDP needs a copy so they can find something to "feed the beast" of QP with...

And every journo ought to have a copy so they can find how it's supposed to be done...

Do I need to continue? :-)

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