British Columbia's children and youth representative is taking court action in a bid to get access to confidential cabinet documents. The legislation governing her office presently gives her the right to all government records regardless of "any claim of confidentiality or privilege" except one based on solicitor-client privilege. But the government has asserted that doesn't include cabinet confidences, rebuffing Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond request for documents she has said are essential to completing an audit of the government's child in the home of a relative program. So, last Thursday, it introduced an amendment that will ensure their opinion prevails. In response, Ms. Turpel-Lafond has filed now filed a petition asking the Supreme Court of British Columbia to enforce her information rights - requesting a hearing on the matter by May 13. The following is a complete copy of that petition.