It’s been more than 30 years since Pierre Trudeau’s government passed weak access to information legislation. Today, his son Liberal Party Leader Justin Trudeau has put forward as a pre-2015 election gamut, a private member’s bill, “A Transparency Act” (Bill C-613). First reading debate occurred in late November. Bill C-613 offers up a few amendments to access legislation. But, as described below, those proposals hardly are sufficient game changers to drastically increase opening up government records and meetings.