Political reporters question government transparency

There is a an old proverb that goes "if you don't want anyone to know about it, then don't do it."

But for some politicians that mantra might end with simply not writing it down.

An access to information request by the Vancouver Sun's Jonathan Fowlie revealed the investigation into the premier's former chief of staff was never documented in writing.

No reports,no emails or even a text message.
Jonathan and CBC political reporter Stephen Smart have more with host Shelley Joyce.

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