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Warning/Attention: You Are Under Surveillance in Canada

Rachel Décoste | Posted 02.03.2013 | Canada Politics
Rachel Décoste

Trudeau's Protection of Privacy Act made it illegal for people to use wiretaps and other forms of electronic devices without a person's consent. The law has since evolved, but its spirit still resonates with Canadians. That explains the widespread wince last winter, following Vic Toews' tabling of an "online snooping bill" that put an electronic prisoner's bracelet on every Canadian. And members of the LGBT community were left disturbed and frightened when a GLBT-themed message from the minister's office landed in their email inbox in September. The Harper government's Orwellian strategies constitute an affront on the Canadian way of life and the freedoms we all cherish.

Minister Defends Decision To Halt Vets Privacy Breach Probe

CBC | Posted 01.10.2013 | Canada Politics

Veterans Affairs Minister Steven Blaney is defending his decision to halt an investigation by Canada's veterans ombudsman into a controversial breach ...

Veterans Minister Quietly Killed Privacy Probe

CP | Murray Brewster, The Canadian Press | Posted 01.09.2013 | Canada Politics

OTTAWA - An investigation by Canada's veterans ombudsman into a controversial breach of privacy was quietly shut down last year on the instructions of...

Veteran's Privacy Breaches Spark Call For Inquiry

CBC | Posted 04.15.2012 | Canada Politics

NDP veterans affairs critic Peter Stoffer is calling for a public inquiry into breaches of privacy with the medical information of former military mem...