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PIPEDA Mandatory Breach Notification In Effect November 1, 2018
The majority of Alberta private sector businesses are already subject to mandatory breach notification rules under the Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA) which is the Alberta government's legislation.
Canada
13 Apr 2018
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Second Interim Injunction Granted For Union At Suncor's Mine Site
Justice Belzil granted the interim injunction enjoining Suncor from implementing random testing at its mine site north of Fort McMurray, Alberta.
Canada
12 Dec 2017
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Protecting Against Misuse Of Information
Businesses and employers face exposure to a variety of claims for mismanagement or misuse of personal information by employees. Damages may depend on how sensitive the information is and how it is misused.
Canada
3 Jan 2017
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Considering A BYOD Program?
We expect that the privacy commissioner will rely heavily upon these guidelines if faced with either a privacy complaint or breach notification flowing out of a BYOD program.
Canada
10 Sep 2015
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Environmental Privacy
On February 19, 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada declined to hear an appeal challenging a finding that settlement agreements reached through the Environmental Appeals Board's mediation process are privileged.
Canada
26 Feb 2015
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Countdown To Canada’s New Anti-Spam Law: Issues You Need To Know And Act On Now - Issue #2
In this second "CASL Countdown Alert", I will highlight the important concept of consent to receive a CEM and the difference between express and implied consent.
Canada
8 Jul 2014
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Countdown To Canada’s New Anti-Spam Law: Issues You Need To Know And Act On Now - Issue #4
Canada’s new Anti-Spam law and regulations come into effect on July 1, 2014. The purpose of CASL is to limit the sending of commercial electronic messages without the consent of a recipient.
Canada
8 Jul 2014
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Alberta Privacy Law Unjustifiably Limits Union’s Right To Freedom Of Expression
Earlier today, the Supreme Court of Canada found Alberta’s Personal Information Protection Act ("PIPA") to be unconstitutional because it does not strike an acceptable balance between the interests of individuals in controlling the collection, use, and disclosure of their personal information with a union’s freedom of expression.
Canada
17 Nov 2013
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Search For Solutions To Cyber-Bullying Continues
Cyber-bullying grabbed headlines across Canada again this year, triggering Nova Scotia to pass a special law aimed at stamping it out in schools.
Canada
 
1 Oct 2013
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B.C. Arbitrator Provides Perspective On Random Drug And Alcohol Testing Policies
A British Columbia arbitrator has denied an application by the United Steelworkers for an interim injunction that would prohibit Teck Coal from performing random drug and alcohol tests at several coal mines until the union’s grievance of that policy could be addressed.
Canada
3 Jun 2013
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