Weekly Wrap Up - May 6, 2011

This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:

* the Maritime Museum of BC received a letter of support from cabinet minister Ida Chong as part of its bid to occupy a prime piece of government real estate;

* there have been concerns in the United Kingdom about the vulnerability of tall wood-frame building construction sites to fire - sites similar to that recently burned down in Richmond;

* the British Columbia Government and Service Employees' Union has been ramping up its donations to the New Democratic Party of British Columbia; and

* MLA Ralph Sultan's declaration that he'll be running again in West Vancouver-Capilano, one of the safest Liberal ridings in the province.

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2 Comments

Congrats on your exclusives. May you have many more!

Do you think I really care what Ida Chong, I would not want a letter of support for her!

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