... Subject: Re: [CCC] My two cents worth... Date: Wed, 21 May 2003 08:45:21 -0700 From: Gordon A. Watts To: Lois SparlingMessage 1 of 1 , May 21, 2003View Source
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Subject: Re: [CCC] My two cents worth... Date: Wed, 21 May 2003 08:45:21 -0700 From: "Gordon A. Watts" <gordon_watts@...> To: Lois Sparling <lsparling@...>, CANADA-CENSUS-CAMPAIGN-L@... References: <NFBBLKMMCLCOLCDNOCGHIEOCHOAA.rick@...> <3ECAFFA9.1000100@...>
Lois and All The date of the 1911 Census was 1 June. We are approaching that date very quickly. On my return home by Friday I will be be preparing my Access to Information request for access to the 1911 Census. I will date it 1 June 2003 and get it sent to Statistics Canada. Anyone going to join me in making ATI requests? It will cost you $5.00 which, going on past precedent, Statistics Canada is unlikely to refund it when they refuse the request. Following refusal of our requests, the next step will be to submit complaints regarding the refusal to the Information Commissioner. Details to follow on my return home. Happy Hunting Gordon
----- Original Message ----- From: "Lois Sparling" To: Sent: Tuesday, May 20, 2003 9:25 PM Subject: Re: [CCC] My two cents worth... Coming from a federal civil service family, I know that Parliamentary democracy is slow, reeeeealy slooooww. We have not gotten to the elected representatives yet. We are still waiting for the Senate to finish its third reading debate. I am starting to think that we may have the opportunity to commence a Federal Court action for the release of the 1911 census after all. Can someone remind us of the exact date when the 92 years are up?