Canada ranked 51st in access to information list
OTTAWA–As the 30th anniversary of the federal Access to Information Act approaches, Canada finds itself tied for 51st in the world on a list of 89 freedom-of-information rankings, languishing behind Angola, Colombia and Niger.
After some number-crunching to standardize findings, it turns out Canada is even lower . . . → Read More: Peace, order and good government, eh?: Punching above our weight