The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) has a wealth of resources to help Canadians understand privacy rights. The OPC also has resources to help businesses and federal institutions understand their obligations to protect privacy.
These publications and reports are available throughout the OPC website, according to topic and related activity. However, this page lets you browse the whole collection and use filters to narrow your search.
If you would like to obtain a paper copy of a particular publication, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org clearly indicating which document you would like to obtain, as well as your name and postal address.
Start here to begin exploring the OPC’s publications.
Learn what businesses should do when responding to a privacy breach.
Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial Information and Privacy Commissioners (IPCs) perform a vital oversight function by ensuring that public bodies comply with their obligations under access to information and privacy legislation. IPCs perform an important first level of independent review about the manner in which public bodies process requests for access to information.
Regulations amending certain regulations made under the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act , 2018
Submission of the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada to Finance Canada
Provincial, not-for-profits and other organizations’ information, tools and resources to help engage with kids on the topic of privacy.
Find information about the complaint investigation process and what is expected of complainants and implicated federal institutions.
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