Weekly Wrap Up - March 25, 2011

This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:

* controversial children and family development deputy minister Lesley du Toit was honoured by the British Columbia Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres just ten days before the Clark administration announced it was replacing her;

* New Democrat MLA Sue Hammell's constituency association has received party approval to hold a meeting where members will nominate a candidate for the upcoming election; and

* concerns about a key fire safety test that "enabled changes" to allow for seven-storey timber-frames in England and Wales.

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