Weekly Wrap Up - November 5, 2010

This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:

* some provincial Liberals want to change the selection process for their leader from a one member, one vote system to a delegated convention;

* the provincial New Democrats encouraged party members to "join with New Democrats across the province who are celebrating the end of Gordon Campbell. Organize a party with your friends and family on Facebook and in your community to celebrate this victory;"

* cabinet minister Barry Penner won't be running to replace the premier;

* South Island federal Conservatives have abruptly cancelled provincial Conservative president Wayne McGrath's invitation to speak at their monthly breakfast meeting; and

* a dinner honouring Gordon Campbell's contribution to the construction industry is being turned into a dinner honouring his political legacy.

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