Another Blow to the Right to Know?
Ottawa Dodges Complaints about Discriminatory Treatment
of Media Requests
Ottawa, ON – (September 25, 2007) – The Canadian Newspaper Association (CNA) will hold a news conference on the eve of International Right to Know Day to brief media on the status of the CNA’s two-year-old complaint regarding discriminatory treatment of media requests under the Access to Information Act, and the lack of enforcement of the Act in general.
WHO: Anne Kothawala, President and CEO, Canadian Newspaper Association
David Gollob, Senior Vice President, Policy and Communications, Canadian Newspaper Association
WHEN: 1:00 PM EDT
Thursday, September 27, 2007
WHERE: National Press Theatre
150 Wellington Street
This news conference will be webcast live. It will be viewable on the CNA website at http://www.cna-acj.ca or at the following links:
http://cna.canadacast.ca (English audio feed)
http://acj.canadacast.ca (French audio feed)
Following the news conference the webcast will be viewable as archive on the above for 30 days.
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