We’re number five


 

Canada finishes fifth in a ranking of freedom of information in five parliamentary democracies.

“Above all, an effective FOI regime requires strong government commitment and political will. Officials cannot do it on their own,” says the paper, published in the journal Government Information Quarterly. “Canada comes last as it has continually suffered from a combination of low use, low political support and a weak Information Commissioner since its inception.”


 

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