INFORMATION COMMISSIONER DEFENDS RCMP DECISION TO KEEP HIGH RIVER ‘RIGHTS VIOLATION PAPER’ A SECRET
EXCERPT FROM ATTACHED REPORT: “Our investigation determined that the information now withheld under paragraph 13(1)(c) was received from the government of Alberta, and was intended to be confidential. Our investigation also determined that neither of the exceptions described in subsection 13(2) are applicable: the provincial government that provided this information does not consent to its disclosure, nor has it made that information public.”
Letter with results of investigation of my complaints dated November 23, 2018 – Received on November 27, 2018. NOTE: Section 41 Review by the Federal Court is the only remaining option.
So after all that you essentially get “it’s the Alberta Government’s problem”?! Hopefully you will get somewhere with your complaint with the Alberta Privacy Commissioner, but I’m not holding my breath.
Right you are Ken. No one in government (no matter what stripe) wants the truth to be made public about the $2.4 million RCMP door-kicking spree in High River.
Thanks for visiting my website and taking time to comment, Dennis