A casino workers' union has been told to ante up – to the tune of over $500,000 – for a freedom of information request it made to the B.C. Lottery Corporation. Marc Hollin of Unite Here requested five years' worth of communication between the lottery corporation and Great Canadian Gaming Corporation, which operates several casinos in B.C. A lottery corporation freedom of information analyst replied in a memo shown to CBC that work would take an estimated 16,817 hours to complete and would cost $504,480.
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