How the budget bill quietly reshapes Canadian privacy law

By including constitutionally suspect privacy provisions within Bill C-59, the government is proposing to solve one problem by creating a much bigger one.

Finance Minister Joe Oliver’s budget implementation bill is an unlikely—and many would say inappropriate—place to make major changes to Canadian privacy law, writes Michael Geist. The Hill Times photo by Jake Wright.

By Michael Geist

PUBLISHED : Friday, June 12, 2015 6:44 PM

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