Advocacy groups welcome passage of S-231 despite some shortcomings.
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Bill C-58 is being criticized for not addressing serious issues in the Access to Information Act.
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Seven names on management’s list of employees will be challenged by the union.
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The Sept. 29-Oct. 1 weekend was filled with major news events, including terrorist attacks in Edmonton and Las Vegas.
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Vote comes after number of staff left via buyouts offered in mid-September.
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The As It Happen’s host helped the family of a source she interviewed in Afghanistan come to Canada.
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Only a quarter of all federal requests included in the audit were returned within the 30 day limit.
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