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Federal Court Finds No Duty to Consult Aboriginal Group on Investment Treaty

On August 26, in Hupacasath First Nation v. Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Federal Court held that the Government of Canada has no constitutional duty to consult the applicant First Nation prior to ratification of the...more

Extending Privacy Protection Obligations To Non-Profits In Alberta

Earlier this month, the Alberta Information and Privacy Commissioner, Jill Clayton, published the second instalment of her submissions with respect to the review of the Alberta Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy...more

Blurring Of Personal And Professional Email Accounts

Not uncommonly, employees may forward information back and forth between personal and professional email accounts....more

Plan’s Funded Status Required to be Disclosed under Freedom of Information Request

Pension plan sponsors may be surprised to learn that information provided to pension regulators pursuant to statutory filing obligations could be more widely disclosed through an “access to information” request. In a recent...more

A Personal Email Records Management And Privacy Problem

The use of personal email for business is a significant problem for records retention and privacy programs. On March 18, 2013, the British Columbia Information and Privacy Commissioner (OIPBC) announced an...more

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