Proposed Canadian privacy legislation includes enforcement powers for regulators

Privacy legislation is now strengthened

Proposed Canadian privacy legislation includes enforcement powers for regulators

With potential changes to Canada’s private-sector privacy landscape on the horizon, now is the perfect time for  organizations to review their policies and practices.  

Across Canada, governments are looking at stronger enforcement powers for regulators of privacy legislation. Ontario’s potential private-sector legislation, Quebec’s Bill 64, and the federal Bill C-11 all include stronger enforcement regimes for companies to be aware of. 

In this article, learn how the proposed privacy legislation will strengthen and empower regulators to enforce the law, and how the private sector should start  to review their policies.

Secure a copy now and gain more insights into:

  • The importance of strengthening privacy legislation
  • Understanding Quebec’s Bill 64
  • Reviewing your customer-facing privacy policies 
  • Federal Bill C-11 and its potential impact
  • Steps organizations need to take to prepare

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