Bill C-58 is in its final stages. What happens to the public’s right-to-know if it passes?
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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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2018 Code of Silence winners announced.
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To mark Right to Know Day, the Canadian Association of Journalists’ Ottawa chapter and iPolitics are hosting a Q & A with Information Commissioner Caroline Maynard to discuss the federal… Continue Reading FOI Friday: Q&A with Information Commissioner Caroline Maynard
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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