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McKinney, executive director of Sawridge First Nation, added that Bill C27 would contravene the Montana Decision rendered by the Federal Court of Appeal, which confirmed that the financial statements and audits of First Nations are confidential information and protected from disclosure under the Access to Information Act.
Britain, Israel, Germany and Spain, as targets for terror strikes," reads the report, obtained by the National Post under the Access to Information Act.
Maaytah told "Petra" In a seminar held yesterday by the Amman Center for Human Rights Studies (ACHRS), that interest in the Access to Information Act indicates that media will continue adopting legislation regulating this sector.
Adding to the controversy, a document later attained by the media through the Access to Information Act revealed that the president and vice-president of CIDA, as well as Bev Oda, minister of international cooperation, had signed the document meant to approve Kairos' request for $7-million in funding, but the word "not" had been inserted into the recommendation in handwriting, effectively denying the funding instead.
The data was published by the Bulgarian Sega daily, which requested the information from the Main Directorate "Execution of Punishment" under the Access to Information Act.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The list was disclosed by Bulgarian-language daily Sega that had requested it using the Access to Information Act.
There was something about their uniform and their manner which suggested they were more used to informing drunks they wouldn't be admitted to a nightclub than discussing the finer points of the Local Government Access to Information Act 1985 with a disgruntled journalist.
Under the Access to Information Act, any resident of Canada can request government records for an initial $5 fee, according to The Canadian Press.