Weekly Wrap Up - April 15, 2011

This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:

* the government's financial support for a controversial autism centre could end up being much greater than it initially told the public;

* the British Columbia New Democratic Party is increasingly reliant on trade union donations, despite an effort by former leader Carole James to distance the party from the labour movement

* a controversial British Columbia New Democratic Party fundraising event earned the party more than $75,000;

* the total gross income for the British Columbia Liberal Party's flagship fundraiser has been steadily decreasing over the preceding five years;

* the deceased were among the biggest contributors to the provincial New Democrats last year, according to the party's most recent financial report; and

* the Vancouver Island Health Authority is setting up a system that will allow employees, physicians and volunteers to anonymously report wrongdoing within the region.

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