Right to Information Alliance Canada
The Right to Information Alliance Canada (RTIAC) is network of organizations dedicated to helping advance the advocacy of access and transparency issues by member organizations individually and collectively.
We share information and new developments with each other, help ensure that necessary background research is done, draw attention to joint advocacy opportunities, facilitate joint submissions and statements, help coordinate joint actions, and help amplify the voices of member organizations.
As a network, each organization free to join or not join in any individual RTIAC initiative. All initiatives are undertaken in the names of the participating organizations.
Where do federal parties stand on the public’s right to access to information: responses to RTIAC questionnaire
September 15, 2021 - Politicians and parties all claim to support openness and transparency, but how many really do?
New CFE Report: It’s Time for Change! 206 Recommendations for Reforms to Canada’s Access to Information Act
Canada’s Access to Information Act was adopted more than 35 years ago and has aged badly.