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Government Operations committee  That's a really good question. I think one of the first things we need to do is to take away the government's teeth. What the government has demonstrated over time is that it cannot be trusted with the existing exemptions and exclusions in the Access to Information Act. I think

June 19th, 2020Committee meeting

Sean Holman

Government Operations committee  It sends a very poor message, obviously. This has been the history of governments in Canada. Opposition parties promise that when they come into power they will be more open and accountable than their predecessors. When they actually get into power, what we have seen is that the

June 19th, 2020Committee meeting

Sean Holman

June 19th, 2020Committee meeting

Sean Holman

Government Operations committee  I would say that very few provinces are doing a good job when it comes to ATIPs. This is a problem that exists across Canada. It is not exclusive to the federal government. Part of the reason is that all our laws come from essentially the same primal pool from the late seventies

June 19th, 2020Committee meeting

Sean Holman

Government Operations committee  Thank you very much, Mr. Chair. I would also like to thank the committee for inviting me here to testify on this most important of issues. As mentioned, I'm a journalism professor at Mount Royal University in Calgary, where my research focuses on why we value information in demo

June 19th, 2020Committee meeting

Sean Holman