Brian Beamish
Brian Beamish will remind politicians and civil servants of the rules around official communications, following a case where an Oshawa councillor was...
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Information watchdog reminds politicians about email transparency rules

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Elected officials and civil servants can't hide from public freedom of information requests by using...

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