British Columbia Railway Co.'s records will be subject to freedom of information requests once it's "brought into government," Public Eye has learned. Yesterday's throne speech announced the Crown corporation would be "wound down." And, in an email, a transportation ministry spokesperson confirmed the company's records - both past and future - will be accessible via such requests once the legislation making that change is put in place. Which means documents related to former provincial Liberal campaign co-chair Patrick Kinsella's work for the company may now see the light of day.
February 10, 2010