This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:
* the government office running the province's pro-harmonized sales tax campaign secretly doled out contracts to two Liberal-connected companies and a former aide to the minister who introduced the tax;
* Fight HST leader Bill Vander Zalm is calling for a public inquiry into the conduct and structure harmonized sales tax referendum; and
* senior bureaucrats have staunchly defended Premier Gordon Campbell's creation of a natural resource operations ministry, stating that complaints about it are coming from those who lost personal power as a result of the reorganization.
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