Gov’t Seals 19th Century Files

Censorship of 19th century documents by a provincial government agency is drawing protest from researchers and historians. A British Columbia rule, the first of its kind, compels Canadians to get a court order to see public records dating from the 1880s: “This is very, very, very odd”.

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