Weekly Wrap Up - January 14, 2011

This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:

* United Steelworkers District Three research representative Kim Pollock's internal commentary on the state of provincial politics;

* an American congressman citied British Columbia's online gambling record to raise questions about whether American Internet casinos will be safe;

* Social Development Minister Kevin Krueger commented on leadership candidate Christy Clark's proposal to have a Family Day holiday in February while on the provincial Liberals' leadership vote and convention committee;

* provincial New Democrat leadership candidate Mike Farnworth's campaign Website domain name was registered a day after Carole James announce she was resigning;

* one of Ms. James's key advisors, Mary O'Donoghue, is stepping down from her position as caucus executive director; and

* rumours Vancouver-Kingsway MLA Adrian Dix will announce he's entering the provincial New Democrat leadership race at Sir Guy Carleton Elementary School.

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