Weekly Wrap Up - May 13, 2011

This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:

* according to Hollyburn Properties Ltd., two consultants "jumped the gun" by registering to lobby on behalf of the company.

* Financial Dynamics Ltd., a communication firm with a connection to Premier Christy Clark, did the creative for the Smart Tax Alliance's new pro-harmonized sales tax radio and television advertisements;

* the provincial government commissioned the "most celebrated creative agency" in the country to come up with its harmonized sales tax ads;

* Gerry Scott has been named opposition leader Adrian Dix's interim chief of staff;

* Ms. Clark chief of staff Mike McDonald is being paid about $10,000 more than Martyn Brown, who did the same job for Gordon Campbell for over nine years.

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