Weekly Wrap Up - June 18, 2010

This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:

* the province was warned a majority of those overseeing British Columbia's major post-secondary institutions don't have training opportunities, with many of them basing their decisions on shoddy information;

* someone has registered the Web address visionbc.ca;

* polling firm Innovative Research Group Inc. tested what the potential public support might be for Vision B.C.;

* Canada's Western premiers enjoyed bottled water at the conference where they decided to take steps to "conserve and manager" the country's "valuable fresh water supplies;" and

* provincial New Democrat constituency assistants are presently voting on a tentative collective agreement will see their salaries increase by two percent in the first of the contract - retroactive to July 1, 2009 - and by doodley-squat in its second and third years.

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