Posted Tue, 01/28/2014 – 00:00
In 2012, the northern village of Pinehouse, Saskatchewan signed a deal with two uranium companies worth $200-million.
Briarpatch, a local magazine, doing an investigative report on the agreement asked to see more public documents about the village’s role in that deal….but the mayor refused. Global News story aired on January 28, 2014
Plaintiffs D’Arcy Hande, and Briarpatch editors Valerie Zink, and Andrew Loewen filed a statement of claim in the Court of Queen’s Bench on January 27th 2014 seeking compliance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act on the part of Mayor Mike Natomagan of the Northern Village of Pinehouse. Mayor Natomagan has refused to release documentation requested under the Act.
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