Joint resolutions with provinces and territories

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The Privacy Commissioner of Canada is responsible for overseeing compliance with federal privacy laws. There are also privacy commissioners and ombudsmen across Canada that also have responsibilities for overseeing privacy laws in the provinces and territories.

As we are all united in the effort to protect and promote privacy rights, we will occasionally issue joint resolutions to express consensus on matters of public policy, outline shared concerns or support on certain issues.

This page lists the joint resolutions the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) has issued with Canada’s information and privacy commissioners and ombudspersons.

Joint Resolution

Safeguarding independent review of solicitor-client privilege claims

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.

Joint resolution

Protecting and Promoting Canadians’ Privacy and Access Rights in Information Sharing Initiatives

Joint resolution on protecting and promoting Canadians’ privacy and access rights in information sharing Initiatives.

Joint resolution

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