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Lobby group demands more government disclosure

Two years ago this week, the Testalinden Dam above the town of Oliver collapsed. The mudslide destroyed five homes. It turns out the provincial government knew that there were problems with the dam for decades, but officials did nothing to warn the public.  The B.C. Freedom of Information and Privacy Association wants the privacy commissioner to examine five similar cases, as well.  Vincent Gogolek is the association's executive director. He spoke with Daybreak host Chris Walker.

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