Information Commissioner Suzanne Legault on 'right to know'
Wednesdays With @Kady returns with a special guest: Information Commssioner Suzanne Legault, who took your questions and comments on access to information and the public's right to know. Read a recap of the live chat.
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Information Commissioner Suzanne Legault on 'right to know'

Posted:Sep 22, 2013 10:53 PM ET

Last Updated:Sep 25, 2013 2:12 PM ET

Wednesdays with @Kady returns from the summer hiatus just in time to celebrate Right To Know Week with Information Commissioner Suzanne Legault.


Suzanne Legault has served as Canada's Information Commissioner for the last three years, but has been with the office since 2007. She began her public service career at Competition Bureau, where she eventually rose to the rank of assistant deputy commissioner. Before that, she worked as both a criminal defence lawyer and a Crown prosecutor.

Legault has fought tirelessly to carry the banner of transparency into the darkest recesses of the federal government, going to battle with bureaucrats, political staffers and even the CBC.

Read a recap of the live chat below. Mobile users, read the recap here.

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