Open government at a crossroad: Canada needs better funding and access to information reform

At the same time, an active and ambitious open government plan needs high-level political buy in. Rhetorically, we seem to have this with the new government, but this needs to be followed by action and resources. So far, this has been sorely lacking.

By MARY FRANCOLI

PUBLISHED : Monday, Feb. 8, 2016 12:00 AM

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