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|F2020-IR-01||Jul 29 2020||Alberta Public Bodies|
|Summary: This investigation looked into the use of the “public interest override” provision (section 32) by public bodies under FOIP Act. Section 32 requires a public body to disclose information if it is in... [More]|
|P2020-IR-01||Oct 29 2020||The Cadillac Fairview Corporation Ltd.|
|Summary: A joint investigation of the Cadillac Fairview Corporation Ltd. by the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, and the Information and Privacy... [More]|
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