Interesting quotes from a Saskatchewan government official about using iPads in place of paper:
"In my office alone, as this gets rolled out, I will save 68 boxes of paper in my office a year," deputy cabinet secretary Rick Mantey told CBC News. "We're [also] saving on courier costs. That's going to go down, from my office, by $8,000, $9,000 a year."
Mantey said that in a typical week, a single cabinet minister could be loaded down with six to 10 kilograms of documents.
There's also a poll with question: "Do you think Tablets will replace paper?"