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  1. Open Government and International Standards: Lessons for Nova Scotia
  2. National Assessment of Canada’s Open Government Progress Finds Room for Improvement

    HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA: Today, the Right to Know Coalition released its Canadian Open Government Progress Report, which was developed as a requirement of Canada’s participation…

  3. Welcome our new researcher Keith Johnson

    My name is Keith Johnson, and I am one of the new volunteers with the Right to Know Coalition of Nova Scotia. As a second…

  4. European Commission: Delete Article 13

    As part of its mission to improve access to information, open government, and transparency the Right to Know Coalition is calling on the European Commission…

  5. Welcome Basia Sowinski, our newest researcher!

    My name is Basia Sowinski and I am very excited to begin my involvement with the Right to Know Coalition of Nova Scotia. My educational…

  6. Right to Know Coalition Calls for Access to Information Reform

    The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau Prime Minister of Canada Office of the Prime Minister 80 Wellington Street Ottawa, ON K1A 0A2 CC: The Honourable Scott…

  7. Right to Know Coalition Calls for a Duty to Document

    On 28 September 2016, Catherine Tully, Nova Scotia’s Information and Privacy Commissioner, marked International Right to Know Day by calling for public servants to avoid…

  8. Get involved With Right to Know!

    My name is Charles and I am the newest volunteer for the Nova Scotia Right to Know Coalition, a non-profit legal advocacy organization that campaigns…

  9. Study Finds HRM Needs to Improve its Openness

    Today, the Right to Know Coalition of Nova Scotia is launching the results of a study into the openness policies of the Halifax Regional Municipality…

  10. Liberals and NDP Pledge Access to Information Reform

    One month ago, a coalition of 22 NGOs from across Canada signed a Joint Letter calling on the leaders of Canada’s political parties to make…