The Canadian Press

2015-05-13 | Alberta Legis Shred

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Two government watchdogs say they will investigate an anonymous whistleblower's allegations that documents have been improperly shredded as Alberta prepares to change governments. Jill Clayton, information and privacy commissioner, and public interest commissioner Peter Hourihan say their review will focus on the Environment Ministry. Clayton says the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Aact does not apply to all records. (The investigators say other departments could be included in the probe if necessary.)

Date: 2015-05-13
Placeline: EDMONTON.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 22 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << however departmental record cabinet records those are covered under cortex we will certainly be interested in what processes have been followed because again there are rules or however we should be destroyed there are retention schedule their requirements destroyed personal information confidentially so those are the provisions of the four pack that we will be following up >>


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