Weekly Wrap Up - October 1, 2010

This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:

* according to a 2010 employee survey conducted between April 19 and May 7, the Olympic Games secretariat had the poorest overall work environment score in the civil service before it closed earlier this year;

* executives at Shared Services BC, as well as the ministries of forests and range and children and family development, are among the lowest-rated leaders in government, according to the same survey;

* the provincial New Democrats have criticized Enbridge Inc.'s controversial Northern Gateway pipeline, fish farms and independent run-of-the-river power projects. But individuals representing all three interests showed up when the party threw a high-profile fundraiser at The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver; and

* three of the five government appointees on the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia's council are or have been provincial Liberal party officials;

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