This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:
* the resignation of provincial Liberal leadership candidate Christy Clark's campaign manager Ken Boessenkool;
* communities looking to better protect themselves from forest fires may soon be doing so without any financial support from the provincial government;
* Mark Sieben, the key bureaucrat responsible for the ministry of children and family development's day-to-day operations, is leaving for another provincial government appointment;
* Mr. Sieben is being replaced by Derek Sturko, who has headed the gaming policy and enforcement branch since its creation in 2002;
* provincial Liberal leadership candidate Kevin Falcon's team members are working to ensure their supporters will be the ones who decided whether the party approves a new leadership selection process; and
* Donny van Dyk, who was the former provincial Liberal candidate in Skeena during the last election and is presently president of the party's youth wing, has been named to the Northwest Community College's board of governors.
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