The Department of Foreign Affairs has released previously blacked-out information from a document about a closed-door consultation last fall about its yet-to-be-unveiled Office of Religious Freedom.
The decision was made after CBC News complained about the redaction to Information Commissioner Suzanne Legault, who’s responsible for enforcing the Access to Information Act. Muslim panelists “not available,” unredacted document says
The document showed scripted talking points for department officials about the controversial consultation in Ottawa last October.
The gathering of about 100 hand-picked participants included an address by a panel of six speakers, four of whom were Christian, one Jewish and