Access to information reform could compromise ‘quality of decision making’: ex-PCO chief

Public servants might think twice before straying from the government's lines when they put pen to paper, says Mel Cappe.

Treasury Board President Scott Brison, left, says he has to account for the objectivity of the public service while crafting changes to the government's transparency regime. Former clerk of the privy council Mel Cappe says making the public service's work public can have negative consequences. The Hill Times photographs by Jake Wright

PUBLISHED :Wednesday, April 12, 2017 12:00 AM

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