Weekly Wrap Up - August 6, 2010

This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:

* according to records obtained via a freedom of information request, Kash Heed's former controversial campaign coordinator Barinder Sall was invited to two exclusive 2010 Winter Olympic Games receptions hosted by the government;

* neither the provincial Liberals nor the party's MLAs have participated in the Vancouver Pride Parade for the past two years;

* the ministry of agriculture and lands hasn't spent the $16.8 million it said would to take action on the government's B.C. Agriculture Plan; and

* a BC Hydro Corp. subsidiary will be advising Brunei - the third largest oil producer in Southeast Asia - on which alternative energy sources the country should develop.

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