Weekly Wrap Up - April 8, 2010

This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:

* over half of British Columbia's children in care applied for income assistance within six months of turning 19 and aging out of the government's protection;

* Hamish Marshall, a well-known conservative backroomer and Prime Minister Stephen Harper's former strategic planning manager, is part of the team advising provincial Conservative leadership candidate John Cummins;

* provincial Liberal members are being asked for their thoughts on what the new Clark administration's Family First agenda should look like;

* the British Columbia Lottery Corp.'s chief information officer is no longer working for the Crown corporation; and

* rumours the province's public affairs bureau would be restructured, something that happened on Thursday.

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