Sunday, January 18, 2009


Latest self-investigation at the federal level raises troubling questions. This one's about the leak of the federal fiscal update in October 2007:
"The Canadian Press obtained the heavily censored memos about the mini-budget leak under the Access to Information Act. The Privy Council Office violated the law by taking over 10 months to release the 10 pages of material, more than two months past the deadline it had set for itself. The information commissioner has been asked to investigate."
Too bad our parliament is never in session to deal with major transgressions such as this one appears to be...