The Globe ran a story over the weekend that estimated the cost of proroguing on Bill C-27, the anti-spam bill. It points to the hours spent debating the bill and the hundreds of thousands of dollars spent working toward its introduction.
Archive for January 25th, 2010
David Akin does a nice job of tallying up the numbers from this weekend's Facebook-inspired anti-proroguing rallies. I wrote about the impact of the Facebook group and digital advocacy last week.
The Globe reports that the Office of the B.C. Privacy Commissioner is in "legal limbo" following the departure of longtime commissioner David Loukidelis.
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