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Under Canada’s Access to Information Act, in general any Canadian citizen or permanent resident may request and may be given access to any record under the control of a government institution. The Act includes a list of all such “government … Continue reading
Statutory interpretation – figuring out what a piece of legislation (a law) means – is a complex issue. As the following case shows, even a simple word like “sold” may have different meanings even within the same piece of legislation. … Continue reading