Government openness can’t wait for access to information law

Information and privacy commissioner prods municipalities, but councils can act immediately

Raising a hand for openness in government isn’t enough. Elected officials and government workers need to embrace it. To live it. To voluntarily make it part of how they do business. Nunavut’s information and privacy commissioner, Graham Steele, called on Iqaluit city council Tuesday to be the territory’s first municipality to ask to be added...

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