Weekly Wrap Up - July 1, 2011

This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:

* Brian Topp, a key player in the federal New Democratic Party's "Orange Crush" breakthrough on May 2, will run the BC NDP's attempt to replicate that political success provincially;

* the province's ferry regulator is taking another look at how British Columbia Ferry Services Inc.'s routes can be outsourced;

* former federal treasury board president Stockwell Day's move into the government relations business; and

* rumours that Doug Keefe, the former top bureaucrat at Nova Scotia's justice department, would head the independent review into the Stanley Cup riot.

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