Weekly Wrap Up - April 16, 2010

This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:

* what Barinder Sall had to say about the controversy surrounding the campaign he ran for now former solicitor general Kash Heed;

* details surrounding Paragon Gaming Inc.'s yet-to-be-delivered commitment to develop a new charitable bingo facility for the Community Gaming Management Association;

* former provincial Liberal campaign co-chair Patrick Kinsella has registered as a lobbyist;

* Mr. Kinsella has been working for Great Canadian Gaming Corp. for the past five years, according to a filing with the lobbyists registrar;

* how a hefty government contract helped the Terminal City Club boost its bottom-line;

* the sudden departure of associate deputy minister Beth James from the civil service; and

* the appointment of former provincial Liberal candidate Jeannie Kanakos to the BC Land Title and Survey Authority;

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