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Information & Ethics committee  I'll say this: it is a way, currently, for information to be excluded from access requests. Our concern is that information in the interest of Canadians related to how their public services are delivered—how much they cost, what the cost is to them, their access to them in relati

October 30th, 2017Committee meeting

Robert Ramsay

Information & Ethics committee  From CUPE's perspective, I believe that one of the most major deficiencies with Bill C-58 is what is not in Bill C-58. There are a number of issues in the current access to information legislation that are inadequate. Members from all parties have acknowledged this over the years

October 30th, 2017Committee meeting

Robert Ramsay

Information & Ethics committee  I don't really have any interest in the motive or any speculation on what the motive might be. I can only talk about the effect of the application of exclusions. What we see, and have seen over many years, is an application of what should be narrowly defined and specific exclus

October 30th, 2017Committee meeting

Robert Ramsay

Information & Ethics committee  Good afternoon. My name is Robert Ramsay. I work as a senior research officer with the Canadian Union of Public Employees at our national office here in Ottawa. I want to start by thanking the committee for this opportunity to present our thoughts on Bill C-58. We look forward

October 30th, 2017Committee meeting

Robert Ramsay