Weekly Wrap Up - May 20, 2011

This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:

* the British Columbia New Democratic Party has been dealing with a high-level call to discipline the 13 MLAs who forced Carole James's resignation as party leader;

* the Maritime Museum of British Columbia's executive director says it has been in a rental dispute with taxpayers and that the government has forgiven its unpaid rent;

* Tourism Vancouver is now helping bankroll the fight to keep the harmonized sales tax; and

* health chief administrative officer Stephen Brown's departure triggered a significant ministry shakeup.

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