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|F2019-IR-01||Mar 12 2019||Service Alberta, Alberta Transportation, Alberta Education and Executive Council|
|Summary: This investigation looked into the management and storage of email at four Government of Alberta (GoA) departments – Service Alberta, Alberta Transportation, Alberta Education and Executive Council.... [More]|
|F2019-IR-02||Nov 14 2019||Alberta Justice and Solicitor General|
|Summary: This investigation was opened after Alberta Justice and Solicitor General (JSG) submitted three section 55 applications to disregard five access requests. All of the requests were for closed circuit... [More]|
|H2019-IR-01||May 21 2019||Dr. Peter Idahosa|
|Summary: This investigation was opened after the OIPC received a breach report that alleged unauthorized accesses and disclosures of health information at Consort and District Medical Society Clinic. The... [More]|
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