Join us on Twitter for a wide ranging chat on Bill C-58 and access to information reform.
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The Canadian government doesn’t pay ransoms to terrorists, aiming to stop them from benefiting from such payments. But it hasn’t established guidelines to protect journalists working abroad.
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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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Only a quarter of all federal requests included in the audit were returned within the 30 day limit.
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Ryerson and Facebook partnering to create a digital news incubator.
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U.S. Central Command, which oversees American military operations in Syria and Iraq, maintains Farah Shirdon died two years ago.
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The disappearance of archived pages from the Internet Archive poses a threat to research and the preservation of news as the first draft of history.
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