Category Archives: access to information

Access to Information by the Numbers (II)

More success! Last week, after waiting almost three years, I finally received a response to my Access to Information request from Foreign Affairs and International Trade. A bit beyond the 30 calendar days that the request is supposed to take? … Continue reading

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Access to Information by the Numbers

Following up on a previous post: Number of days it took to fulfill my request for information from the Privy Council Office for “records related to copyright law reform,” between June 1, 2005, and the date of the request (December … Continue reading

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Canada’s Access to Information Act leaves grad students out in the cold

When I get back to Ottawa in a few weeks, I have waiting for me a package of documents I requested from the Privy Council Office (PCO) about Canada’s attempts to implement the 1996 WIPO Internet treaties. I asked for … Continue reading

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