Weekly Wrap Up - July 8, 2011

This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:

* British Columbia's top mining bureaucrat will take a job leading a mining lobby group after a provincial official waived a government guideline that would have required her to wait a year to make such a move;

* one of the premier's most vocal right-wing backers has registered to lobby the government about its carbon capture and storage laws on behalf of the firm that produces the most amount of greenhouse gases in the province; and

* North Vancouver city councillor Mike Little has confirmed he's considering running for the provincial Liberal nomination in North Vancouver-Seymour.

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