Accessing your personal information
Canada’s two federal privacy laws—the Privacy Act, which applies to federal government institutions, and the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), which applies to many private-sector organizations—give people a right to access their personal information held by organizations.
This page offers information to help individuals access their personal information held by businesses or the federal government.
- Accessing your personal information held by businesses
- Accessing your personal information held by the federal government
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