How a Politician's Childhood Helped Shape Freedom of Information Reform
How a Politician’s Childhood Helped Shape Freedom of Information Reform

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True, north, strong and free, Canada is worse at releasing public information than Mexico, Russia or Nigeria. We’re ranked 59 out of 102 countries, according to global access-to-information ratings by the Centre for Law and Democracy. Only two points separate Canada from Afghanistan.

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