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The Ontario Court of Appeal has ruled that all litigation records with the Office of the Children’s Lawyer for a child client are not subject to freedom of information legislation, even if it is not material protected by solicitor-client privilege. Do you agree with this ruling?
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Total Votes: 39
Poll Results
Yes, I agree with advocates for the rights of children within the justice system, who are applauding the decision.
No, this will harm transparency into the decision-making process by the Office of the Children's Lawyer.
Start Voting: 6/25/2018|End Voting: 7/2/2018
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