Canada's information commissioner is taking the Harper government to court to compel release of PMO documents pertaining to Senators Duffy, Wallin, Brazeau and Harb since March of last year.
The PCO identified 28 pages of responsive records, but withheld 27 of those pages, releasing just two emails in which its staff discussed similar access-to-information requests.
PCO claimed every single word on every single one of those 27 pages might jeopardize solicitor-client privilege, or reveal personal information, or third-party information, or details on secret deliberations.
Personally, I'd love to see the phone logs of calls between Harper and his aides and both Nigel Wright and Benjamin Perrin for, say, the past six months. Loki only knows what Shifty has swept under the carpet.