Here they are. Through a Freedom of Information request, CANADALAND has obtained the visitors’ logs from Larry’s Gulch, the fishing resort in New Brunswick owned by the provincial government, pertaining to the years 2008-2014. The resort is used for both private bookings and by government officials who wish to entertain guests with access to salmon fishing on the nearby Restigouche River.
The logs have become the centre of controversy after Brunswick News ombudsman Patricia Graham reported on an investigation conducted by the company’s Editor-in-Chief, revealing that two former editors at the Moncton Times and Transcript may have tried to have one of their names removed from the public record. BNI’s investigation was prompted by an investigation by CANADALAND into the editor’s 2013 visit to the resort.
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