The Canada Revenue Agency’s response to a 2016 freedom-of-information request was received by the South China Morning Post after five years. Photo: Ian Young The Canada Revenue Agency’s response to a 2016 freedom-of-information request was received by the South China Morning Post after five years. Photo: Ian Young
The Canada Revenue Agency’s response to a 2016 freedom-of-information request was received by the South China Morning Post after five years. Photo: Ian Young
Canada

Canadian Association of Journalists seeks freedom-of-information overhaul after Post’s ‘damning’ five-year wait for secret housing study

  • Association says the long wait for Canada Revenue Agency to provide the study showed the ‘real-world consequences’ of severe delays to information requests
  • Housing academics said the study, linking millionaire migration to high home prices in Vancouver, could have influenced housing policy long ago

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The Canada Revenue Agency’s response to a 2016 freedom-of-information request was received by the South China Morning Post after five years. Photo: Ian Young The Canada Revenue Agency’s response to a 2016 freedom-of-information request was received by the South China Morning Post after five years. Photo: Ian Young
The Canada Revenue Agency’s response to a 2016 freedom-of-information request was received by the South China Morning Post after five years. Photo: Ian Young
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