FIPA Mini-Bulletin: June 2015
The past month has been action-packed at FIPA.
At the Federal level, the passing of Bill C-51 in the Senate and the Conservative Government’s retroactive attack on access to information through the C-59 Omnibus Bill set the tone for the month.
In BC, allegations were made by a former executive assistant to the Minister of Transportation that he was ordered to delete Highway of Tears email records and an ATI request by the Vancouver Sun revealed that there was never a real RCMP criminal investigation into the BC Ministry of Health firings in 2012. Find out what FIPA and some of our friends had to say about these issues – and more – by clicking on the links below.