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Vancouverite wins 2nd annual national Access to Information award

Each year, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada grants an award to a group, or individual, that has made a significant contribution in the field of access to information. This year, the Grace-Pepin Access to Information award goes to a Vancouverite. In 1991, Darrell Evans became the first president of the BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association, and has worked for greater government transparency ever since. Stephen Quinn speaks with Darrell, and Canada's Information Commissoner, Suzanne Legault.

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