Weekly Wrap Up - April 9, 2010

This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:

* T. Richard Turner had a stake in a Paragon Gaming Inc. casino development in Alberta while he was chair of British Columbia Lottery Corp.'s board of directors;

* further details on what Jessica McDonald was doing for the government in the 90 days following her resignation as the premier's deputy minister;

* how the provincial government planned to respond to the controversy surrounding its decision to splash out almost half-a-million dollars to host business leaders and foreign dignitaries at the Terminal City Club during the length of the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games; and

* the office of the freedom of information and privacy commissioner has found it's in the public interest for the government to release records of phone calls from members of the premier's office to provincial Liberal insider Patrick Kinsella. But the premier's office has ignored that finding, continuing to refuse to release that information unless a hefty fee is paid;

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