Access to Government Information: A Survey of Academics in Atlantic Canada
Investigators: Anita Cannon and Laura Landon, Mount Allison University Libraries & Archives
Just in time for Right to Know Week, we are inviting you to complete a short online survey about your experiences as an academic researcher in Atlantic Canada using federal and provincial Freedom-of-Information (FOI) legislation and Canadian government information in your research or teaching. We are interested in your responses even if you do not use government information and have never filed an FOI request. Your response will help us determine how many academics in Atlantic Canada are making use of government information and FOI requests, and how effectively academics are able to get access to government information.

Please note: two of our survey's 10 questions focus on New Brunswick. If you are not from NB and have never used its provincial right-to-information act, please choose "not applicable" and proceed to the second part of these questions, which relate to other provinces and federal government information.
This survey contains 10 questions and will take five to 10 minutes to complete. The survey link will remain open until November 26, 2017.
Survey link:
Many thanks for your time and participation.
Laura Landon and Anita Cannon