Weekly Wrap Up - July 2, 2010

This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:

* Kash Heed and his former campaign coordinator Barinder Sall had a relationship dating back to before the former West Vancouver chief constable became involved in provincial politics;

* provincial Liberal party president Mickey Patryluk will be letting her "name stand for reelection at the November AGM" after discussing the issue with "principal figures in the Party;" and

* the British Columbia Innovation Council splashed out $5,000 per month on a government relations firm to lobby the California government.

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