Weekly Wrap Up - July 23, 2010

This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:

* some Liberal legislators don't have a favourable opinion of how the provincial government's top financial watchdog John Doyle is doing his job;

* one of BC Hydro Corp.'s newest board members has expressed concerns about the use of public-private partnerships;

* CropLife Canada has been working behind the scenes against a cosmetic pesticide ban in British Columbia;

* Vancouver-Kensington MLA Mable Elmore's non-partisan constituency office hosted a discussion about the "Art of Political Campaigning" led by a NOW Communications Group Inc. employee;

* Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources Minister Bill Bennett's thoughts on the controversial email that was sent under his name last week;

* British Columbia isn't following Quebec's lead by suspending incentive payments for top bureaucrats; and

* provincial New Democrat constituency assistants are taking a strike vote.

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