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Friday, December 17, 2004
  Alberta's turn

After the hoopla in B.C. the show appears to be going on the road. There were two press releases by the Alberta Privacy Commissioner in the last two days. First the commissioner announced a review of public sector outsourcing. The very next day, we find a press release on the disclosure of credit information of hundreds of Alberta civil servants.

I'm not trying to be cynical here people, but I'm thinking that someone had to be doing some spin control in releasing the "gov't has done something bad" and the "The gov't is doing some positive" so close to each other. But that could just be me!

 


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