In July, the Campbell administration didn't print hard copies of the detailed schedule of payments for British Columbia's consolidated revenue fund - the document listing how much money has been paid out to government service providers. And now its service plans - which were once distributed to reporters on budget day - have gone paperless, only available electronically. That may be good news for the environment. But it's bad news for muckrakers who want to thumb through those plans, looking for stories.
September 1, 2009