UBC stalls on animal research disclosure

Group files complaint with privacy commissioner


 

The University of British Columbia is withholding information related to animal research, according to advocacy group Stop UBC Animal Research. In September the group filed a freedom of information request for details regarding the use of piglets, monkeys, cats, mice and rabbits in experiments. According to the group, UBC failed to respond within the required 20 days. A complaint has been filed with the  B.C. Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act commissioner.


 
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