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Federal Access to Information and Privacy Legislation Annotated (Print + ProView online)
Par : Professor Michel W. Drapeau, (Colonel Ret'd), OMM, CD, LL.L, LL.B, Marc-Aurèle Racicot, B.Sc., LL.B., LL.M.
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Comprehensive, up-to-the-minute access information and privacy legislations, this looseleaf is an indispensable reference source. It provides the reader with all the tools necessary to understand, interpret and apply the provisions of the federal access to information and privacy legislation. In addition to substantive law and expert analysis, this comprehensive reference is updated regularly throughout the year, and includes under a single cover an encyclopedic treatment of the legislative history, court decisions as well as dicta, and the myriad administrative publications published by the federal government, namely:
  • Three historical chapters respecting historical governmental discussion papers, and parliamentary debate concerning the creation of the Access to Information Act and its subsequent operation in practice
  • Fully annotated Access to Information Act and its Regulations, Privacy Act and its Regulations and Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act
  • Bilingual (English/French) Business Guide for protecting "Confidential" commercial or trade information from disclosure under the access legislation
  • Citizen's Guide on how to make effective use of the access legislation. Contains precedents and actual examples of successful applications. Reveals tried and proven techniques used by experienced users of this statute.
  • Guide for the litigant, which includes guidelines for those who wish to apply to the Federal Court
  • New sections on identity theft, internet security and privacy concerns with social networks
  • Tables of Concordance.
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À propos de l'auteur
Professor Michel W. Drapeau, O.M.M., C.D., LL.L., LL.B., retired from the Canadian Forces (Army) in 1993 after accumulating 34 years of service in the Regular and Reserve components. He then went on to obtain a common law degree, as well as a civil law degree, from the University of Ottawa and to co-author several legal texts for Carswell, including: Protection of Privacy in the Canadian Private and Health Sectors; Canadian Military Law Annotated; and Military Justice in Action: Annotated National Defence Legislation. He is an adjunct Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. He is the Principal of Michel Drapeau Law Office in Ottawa. He also serves on the Board of Directors, Saint Paul University, Ottawa, Ontario. He has been elected to the Council for the Canadian Bar Association and the Ontario Bar Association. These are the governing bodies of the CBA and OBA Visit his website at www.mdlo.ca
Me Marc-Aurèle Racicot, B.Sc., LL.B. (Université de Montréal), LL.M. (University of Alberta), is a member of the Quebec Bar. He articled at the Federal Court of Appeal and occupied different positions at the Office of the Information Commissioner of Canada. Me Racicot has also contributed to some major training programs in the field of access and privacy in Canada. Me Racicot is involved on a daily basis with a variety of cases dealing with administrative law, including the interpretation and application of access and privacy legislation. In 2014, after seven years in private practice, Me Racicot joined the Chambre de las sécurité financière as senior counsel. He is co-author of Federal Access to Information Act and Privacy Legislation Annotated, Protection of Privacy in the Canadian Private and Health Sectors, and Fundamentals of Privacy and Freedom of Information in Canada.