Waterloo pulls six years of public documents from website | therecord

WATERLOO — The City of Waterloo chose to restrict access to thousands of
pages of public documents when it revamped its website in January — and
Ontario’s information and privacy commissioner is calling the move
“inadequate and unacceptable.”

Six years of council and committee meeting minutes, agendas and other city
reports are now only available upon request.

Officials initially said they were forced to make the change by provincial
accessibility legislation, but later said that wasn’t the case.

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