When CBC reporter Dean Beeby accepted the prestigious Charles Lynch Award from his peers at the Press Gallery Dinner earlier this month, he did so with a plea. The prime minister was in the room along with hundreds of journalists, listening to his speech. Rather than gloating about himself, the modest, hardworking reporter made a pitch for a better access-to-information law. As it stands, the Access to Information Act is the “worst it’s ever been,” he said.
By Schneider Electric’s Secure Power Division - Canada
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