The Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Nova Scotia released its "2018–2019 Annual Report," Global News reports. The commissioner's office resolved 479 files in 2018 and 2019, up from the 133 it took on in 2013. Information and Privacy Commissioner Catherine Tully said in the report her office has taken on four times the amount of files while only adding one new position over the five-year period of time. Tully added the office managed to get the backlog of files down to one year; however, it is on the rise once again and will likely reach three years in the near future.
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