Judges win, Bill C-58 gets to top of Senate list for quick passage
By Ken Rubin Apr. 29, 2019
Entering the secrecy club: Judges, the PM, and the PMO head the list in Bill C-58.
Members of the Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee, pictured The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—Judging from Senators’ recent, orchestrated cave-in removing the public from being able to see individual judges’ expenses, Canada’s Access to Information Act is well on its way to being irrelevant.
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