Presented with the Spencer Moore Award for Lifetime Contributions, citizen researcher and Ryerson Centre for Free Expression senior fellow chronicles public impact struggles in health, human rights and more
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Some of my most challenging and rewarding access to information work has involved filing access requests with the consent of whistleblowers and individuals under tremendous duress.
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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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By H.G. Watson, Associate Editor
City of Lloydminster staff pushed ahead the launch of a city-run “online news source” to September 2016 to start building “credibility” should the city’s Postmedia-owned newspaper,… Continue Reading Emails reveal City of Lloydminster staff pushed Record launch in advance of possible local media closures
By Madison Farkas for Canadian Journalists for Free Expression
This story was written for Professor Sean Holman at Mount Royal University. It is the latest installment in CJFE’s #ATIreform series, where journalists, public interest researchers… Continue Reading Right to information request reveals important ‘daycare deficiencies’