Brett Boudreau served almost 28 years with the Canadian military, retiring as a colonel, and saw service in the Gulf War, the UN and on multiple assignments with NATO. He is a fellow with the Canadian Global Affairs Institute, and a freeman of the UK Guild of Public Relations Practitioners.

Articles by this author

Access to information law requires big reforms

Secrecy, writes ethicist Sissela Bok, is about “deliberately withholding information.” In this respect, the antiquated 34-year-old Access to Information Act (ATI Act) has resulted in a pernicious paradox – there is more, not less secrecy …

Read More

Brett Boudreau

[en]Brett Boudreau served almost 28 years with the Canadian military, retiring as a colonel, and saw service in the Gulf War, the UN and on multiple assignments with NATO. He is a fellow with the …

Read More