This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:
* when Premier Christy Clark took power, the government paid more than $2.4 million in severance money to dismiss or replace senior bureaucrats and political staff who served under the previous Campbell administration;
* provincial New Democrat leader Adrian Dix has chosen not to appoint Mike Farnworth to the opposition caucus's executive;
* former federal parliamentarian Stephen Owen will have a substantial amount of latitude in determining who gets the $500,000 in government funding available for the yes and no sides in the coming harmonized sales tax referendum; and
* Mickey Patryluk has confirmed she won't be seeking another term as president of the provincial Liberals, having served in the position for the past ten years.
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