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The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) reports directly to Parliament on issues that impact the privacy rights of Canadians, through appearances and submissions to Parliament, as well as its annual and special reports.

Find statements, submissions and other materials the Office has prepared in support of its work for Parliament.

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Appearance before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics on Bill C-461, the CBC and Public Service Disclosure and Accountability Act

Appearance before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics on Bill C-461, the CBC and Public Service Disclosure and Accountability Act

Advice to Parliament

Bill S-202, An Act to establish and maintain a national registry of medical devices (Medical Devices Registry Act)

Bill S-202, An Act to establish and maintain a national registry of medical devices (Medical Devices Registry Act)

Advice to Parliament

Appearance before the Senate Standing Committee for Legal and Constitutional Affairs on Bill C-55, the Response to the Supreme Court of Canada Decision in R. v. Tse Act

Appearance before the Senate Standing Committee for Legal and Constitutional Affairs on Bill C-55, the Response to the Supreme Court of Canada Decision in R. v. Tse Act

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Appearance before the Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications on Division 12 of Part 4 of Bill C-45, The Jobs and Growth Act 2012, pertaining to advance passenger information and passenger name records (API/PNR)

Appearance before the Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications on Division 12 of Part 4 of Bill C-45, The Jobs and Growth Act 2012, pertaining to advance passenger information and passenger name records (API/PNR)

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Privacy implications on Division 16 of Bill C-45, The Jobs and Growth Act 2012, pertaining to electronic travel authorization

Privacy implications on Division 16 of Bill C-45, The Jobs and Growth Act 2012, pertaining to electronic travel authorization

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Privacy implications of clauses in Bill C-45, The Jobs and Growth Act 2012, pertaining to advance passenger information and passenger name records (API/PNR)

Privacy implications of clauses in Bill C-45, The Jobs and Growth Act 2012, pertaining to advance passenger information and passenger name records (API/PNR)

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