This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:
* the executive director of the industry association representing independent power producers has acknowledged California likely won't count the electricity generated by British Columbia's run-of-the-river projects as renewable energy in the short-term. Although he still is holding out hope for the long-term;
* former premier Rita Johnston has said she would be "inclined" to take out a provincial Conservative membership "if they can pull it together;"
* the Campbell administration has refused to disclose the salary of a top bureaucrat in an apparent violation of its own laws;
* the Campbell administration's senior civil servants are expected to be able to "create a crisis to force change" so they can "capitalize on the best opportunity;" and
* Grit parliamentarians and local candidates are having to pay their own way if they want to join party leader Michael Ignatieff's Liberal Express tour.
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