Government 'openness' policy may mean greater secrecy

Last month, the British Columbia government announced it would be publishing requests for information filed under its records access law, something it says will increase openness and accountability. But many reporters are worried that law will actually do exactly the opposite. To find out why, and what the Canadian Association of Journalists is doing about it, read our open letter to the province’s information and privacy commissioner Elizabeth Denham.

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