Weekly Wrap Up - September 10, 2010

This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:

* a former aide to provincial Liberal cabinet minister Kevin Falcon appears to have sided against the government's decision to introduce the harmonized sales tax;

* British Columbia Lottery Corp. is calling the private sector to help develop new ways for you to gamble;

* details on the South Island provincial Liberal delegate selection meetings which took place at newspaper owner David Black's estate; and

* the provincial Liberals upcoming biennial convention will be shorter than those held in previous years - being a two day rather than a three day affair.

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I am curious as to why you did not have any coverage of Craig James carrying out a reorganization at Elections BC. The MSM has basically refused to cover it. It seems as if the government is meddling with a supposed independent body.

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