In the grand scheme of broken promises—or commitments not being pursued—the Liberal government’s handling of its so-called reform of the Access to Information Act ranks well below dropping electoral reform and not balancing the budget, but still manages to get under people’s skin. “Government data and information should be open by default, in formats that are modern and easy to use. We will update the Access to Information Act to meet this standard,” reads the Liberal Party platform. “We will
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