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View Luc Thériault Profile
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2020-06-15 13:57
Mr. Chair, I'm having some trouble understanding what the amendment has to do with privacy. What do memos and background documents given to a deputy minister or minister, not to mention briefing notes, have to do with privacy?
When emails are involved, I can appreciate that they might contain some compromising information and would have to be scrutinized. I'd like to hear from members who have more committee experience than I do. I am open to their views.
Earlier, Mr. Davies referred to documents that contained way too many redactions. Doesn't this actually open the door to overly redacted documents, considering that emails were stricken from the motion? I would understand if emails were still being requested, since people have a tendency to say certain things in an email because it's like chatting with a co-worker at the office. The contents of an email could go beyond the scope of what we're looking for. However, I'm having trouble understanding how accessing these formal documents could breach privacy.
It's a simple question. Can anyone answer or reassure me?
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