From The Star (Toronto):
Federal agencies censored the majority of government records requested under the Access to Information Act last year, a Star analysis of tens of thousands of requests shows.
Out of 28,000 requests filed between June 2013 and July 2014, only 21 per cent were returned free of redactions, according to data obtained from the government’s open information portal. Fifty-seven per cent were censored in some way.
The government said it could not find records 18 per cent of the time.
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