Wait Up To Five Months For Documents, Records Reveal

Canadians can wait nearly half a year to see public documents held by federal agencies, records show. Documents detailing typical delays in Access to Information requests vary widely by government office, and average five months at agencies like Canada Post and the Department of Foreign Affairs: “They can stonewall and nobody’s going to stop them”.

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