The nomination deadline for the Grace-Pépin Access to Information Award is Tuesday, July 3. The award honours the efforts of an individual, a group or an organization that has made a significant contribution to the promotion of access to information principles and government transparency and accountability in Canada.
Launched in September 2010, the Grace-Pépin Access to Information Award is administered by Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial Access to Information and Privacy Commissioners and is named in honour of John Grace, former Information Commissioner of Canada, and Marcel Pépin, president and founder of the Commission d’accès à l’information du Québec.
The 2012 award will be presented during the Canadian Right to Know Week, taking place from September 24 to 28.
For more information on the Grace-Pépin Access to Information Award, visit the official Right to Know Web website.