On the other hand ...

Ian Brodie’s heir presumptive may bring about a whole new era of openness and transparency to the Prime Minister’s Office — or at least, something other than quiet contempt for the current access to information regime. From Guy Giorno’s official bio on the Fasken Martineau website:

During the 1990s he routinely represented public-sector institutions (respondents) in freedom of information appeals, but Guy now acts exclusively for requesters, helping them to exercise their rights to obtain government records under freedom of information/access to information legislation.

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