Suzanne Legault is Canada’s Information Commissioner. Prior to joining the public service, she practised law as a criminal defence lawyer from 1991 to 1996, and she was also Crown prosecutor from 1994 to 1996. She holds a bachelor of civil law and a bachelor of common law from McGill Law School.

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Reviewing the Accountability Act

Wikileaks, the Snowden revelations, and the Panama Papers…these three critical leaks of government information have brought access to information to the fore of the policy agenda. How Canadians access government information is largely dictated by …

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