This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:
* how the government's HSTinBC.ca "information campaign" has gone from a little persuasion to a lot of persuasion - this despite a promise by Finance Minister Kevin Falcon that it wouldn't be a "persuasion campaign;"
* the bureaucrat in charge of staffing the province's courts has accepted a higher-level job in Nova Scotia amidst British Columbia sheriff shortage crisis;
* the executive director of Fair Vote Canada has said "there's been an explosion of interest" in the electoral reform group.
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