Good plans and the public's right to know

There’s an old line that the first public knowledge of a good plan should be its execution.  However, the premier of British Columbia is currently discovering that this isn’t always true.  Then tranferring some of the tax burden to from buisiness to ordincary tax payers and increasing the tax take masy not have been a good plan.

The link is to an article in The Vancouver Sun by the Information and Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia.  As a former newspaper reporter I am very much in favor of the public’s right to know.

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