A HOLLOW RIGHT: Access to information in crisis

Friday, February 1, 2013
As part of a national consultation by the Office of the Information Commissioner, CJFE has put together a report of recommendations for reform of Canada’s 30 year-old access to information law.

When it was first created in 1982, the Access to Information (ATI) system placed Canada among the vanguard of nations developing laws around how to make information available – but after 30 years of neglect, the Canadian system has fallen behind.

View the report below, or download the full report here (PDF).