British Columbia Announces Proposed Updates to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act

October 19, 2021

Article by: Keri L. Bennett

On October 18, 2021, the Province announced significant proposed changes to the privacy legislation that governs public bodies. Bill 22-2021 is before the legislature and includes a number of modifications and updates

In her latest bulletin, Keri L. Bennett, Roper Greyell’s Privacy and Freedom of Information lead, reviews the proposed amendments and what they mean for employers.

Read the full bulletin below:

Privacy Bulletin – October 19, 2021

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