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Manitoba’s Privacy Legislation

Manitoba has specific privacy legislation for organizations operating in the public sector, but unlike British Columbia, Alberta, and Quebec, has no specific privacy legislation for organizations operating in the private sector.

How Privacy Law in Canada Works

Canadian privacy law serves two purposes: to govern how organizations are allowed to collect, use, and disclose your personal information, and also to enable individuals to access and manage personal information collected by organizations.

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