The province’s new information and privacy commissioner will be taking a hard look at the final report of the Muskrat Falls inquiry when it comes out. Michael Harvey took over the job on Monday. His predecessor, Donovan Molloy, had a lot to say about a culture of secrecy and poor-record keeping when he testified at the inquiry. NTV’s Michael Connors reports.

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