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|F2017-IR-01||Feb 23 2017||Alberta Justice and Solicitor General|
|Summary: The purpose of this investigation was to review Alberta Justice and Solicitor General's processing of access requests to identify reasons for the chronic delays that are currently being experienced.... [More]|
|F2017-IR-02||Feb 23 2017||Executive Council and Public Affairs Bureau|
|Summary: The purpose of this investigation was to review Executive Council and Public Affairs Bureau's processing of access requests to identify reasons for the chronic delays that are currently being... [More]|
|F2017-IR-03||Apr 11 2017||Government of Alberta|
|Summary: This investigation concerns allegations of delays and possible interference in the Government of Alberta’s handling of access requests. The report identifies a number of factors that contribute to... [More]|
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