Bill 29

Bill 29

— Photo by Rhonda Hayward/The Telegram

From left, Doug Letto, Clyde Wells and Jennifer Stoddart prepare for the first day of testimony at the access to information hearings at the Ramada Hotel in St. John’s Tuesday.

Collins on defensive at ATIPPA review

August 19, 2014 - 12 h 04

Instead, what he got was hours of being on the defensive, as former premier Clyde Wells and other members of the committee cross-examined Collins about access to information and the changes made under...

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Collins on defensive at ATIPPA review

Wells objects to story told at review hearing

July 25, 2014 - 1 h 30

As the story goes, Karanicolas said a minister arrives at a cabinet meeting, hauls out a massive stack of binders, places them on the table, and then a moment later, puts them back into his briefcase...

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Wells objects to story told at review hearing

Brave old world

June 24, 2014 - 23 h 27

That was despite a House of Assembly filibuster meant to deflect Bill 29 being voted in and a verbal dust up from the public over its resulting changes to the Access to Information and Protection...

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Brave old world

ATIPPA: A journalist’s conflict

June 14, 2014 - 4 h 35

For the past five years I’ve regularly used the access to information system as part of my job at The Telegram. As the political reporter for the newspaper, access to information requests are often...

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ATIPPA review gauging public interest

April 12, 2014 - 4 h 30

Its members met for the first time this week in St. John’s and announced Friday it is calling on the public to contact the committee if they are interested in making written or in-person submissions....

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ATIPPA review gauging public interest

Forget the review; scrap Bill 29

April 07, 2014 - 18 h 10

The first question I ask, how much will this cost the taxpayers? I would say in the six figures for sure and then I ask, why?  

We elect people to represent us and make decisions and according...

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