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Freedom of Information / Privacy:

Articles/newsletters from others:

Yukon, Canada:

  1. Credit Bureaus
    www.sands-trustee.com/creditbureau.htm (#1323)
    general information including explanation of the 9 rating levels on credit reports

U.S.A.:

  1. Cyberlaw Encyclopedia - links web site
    www.gahtan.com/cyberlaw/ (#990)
    large resource site for cyberlaw issues - maintained by Toronto lawyer Alan Gahtan ; I.T., I.P. and Electronic Commerce Legal Portal™ ; topics include: Advertising and Promotion ; Biotechnology ; Censorship and Free Press ; Competition Law ; Computer Contracts ; Confidentiality ; Consumer Protection ; Copyright Law ; Courses and Seminars ; Criminal Law ; Cryptography and Export Controls ; Defamation ; Domain Names ; Electronic Commerce ; Electronic Evidence ; Electronic Money including Electronic Payment Systems Escrow ; Fraud ; Government ; Industrial Design ; Internet Gambling ; Internet and Online Banking ; Journals and Newsletters ; Junk E-mail and Spamming ; Jurisdiction ; Legal Technology ; Misc ; Multimedia ; News ; Organizations ; Other Resources ; Patents ; Privacy ; Publications ; Regulation of Cyberspace ; Securities Law ; Support; Law Firms, Agents, Associations ; Tax ; Telecommunications and Broadcasting ; Trade-Marks ; Trade Secrets ; Web Site Development ; Web Site Hosting ; Workplace Issues ; Year 2000 ; y2k

Articling information for law students:

Canada:

  1. LexisNexis® Quicklaw®
    www.lexisnexis.ca/en-ca/products/quicklaw-full-service.page (#191)
    pay $ site - QL has over 1000 searchable databases and bulletin boards of full text judgments from all court levels and many administrative tribunals in Canada, as well as full text databases of legislation, tax and news.

Associations:

British Columbia, Canada:

  1. BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association
    www.grannyg.bc.ca/FIPA/ (#1662)

Book/magazine/newspaper publishers:

Canada:

  1. Irwin Law
    www.irwinlaw.com (#3373)
    law book publisher

Ontario, Canada:

  1. Irwin Law
    www.irwinlaw.com (#3373)
    law book publisher

Caselaw from courts and tribunals:

Canada:

  1. Cyberlaw Encyclopedia - links web site
    www.gahtan.com/cyberlaw/ (#990)
    large resource site for cyberlaw issues - maintained by Toronto lawyer Alan Gahtan ; I.T., I.P. and Electronic Commerce Legal Portal™ ; topics include: Advertising and Promotion ; Biotechnology ; Censorship and Free Press ; Competition Law ; Computer Contracts ; Confidentiality ; Consumer Protection ; Copyright Law ; Courses and Seminars ; Criminal Law ; Cryptography and Export Controls ; Defamation ; Domain Names ; Electronic Commerce ; Electronic Evidence ; Electronic Money including Electronic Payment Systems Escrow ; Fraud ; Government ; Industrial Design ; Internet Gambling ; Internet and Online Banking ; Journals and Newsletters ; Junk E-mail and Spamming ; Jurisdiction ; Legal Technology ; Misc ; Multimedia ; News ; Organizations ; Other Resources ; Patents ; Privacy ; Publications ; Regulation of Cyberspace ; Securities Law ; Support; Law Firms, Agents, Associations ; Tax ; Telecommunications and Broadcasting ; Trade-Marks ; Trade Secrets ; Web Site Development ; Web Site Hosting ; Workplace Issues ; Year 2000 ; y2k

  2. LexisNexis® Quicklaw®
    www.lexisnexis.ca/en-ca/products/quicklaw-full-service.page (#191)
    pay $ site - QL has over 1000 searchable databases and bulletin boards of full text judgments from all court levels and many administrative tribunals in Canada, as well as full text databases of legislation, tax and news.

U.S.A.:

  1. Cyberlaw Encyclopedia - links web site
    www.gahtan.com/cyberlaw/ (#990)
    large resource site for cyberlaw issues - maintained by Toronto lawyer Alan Gahtan ; I.T., I.P. and Electronic Commerce Legal Portal™ ; topics include: Advertising and Promotion ; Biotechnology ; Censorship and Free Press ; Competition Law ; Computer Contracts ; Confidentiality ; Consumer Protection ; Copyright Law ; Courses and Seminars ; Criminal Law ; Cryptography and Export Controls ; Defamation ; Domain Names ; Electronic Commerce ; Electronic Evidence ; Electronic Money including Electronic Payment Systems Escrow ; Fraud ; Government ; Industrial Design ; Internet Gambling ; Internet and Online Banking ; Journals and Newsletters ; Junk E-mail and Spamming ; Jurisdiction ; Legal Technology ; Misc ; Multimedia ; News ; Organizations ; Other Resources ; Patents ; Privacy ; Publications ; Regulation of Cyberspace ; Securities Law ; Support; Law Firms, Agents, Associations ; Tax ; Telecommunications and Broadcasting ; Trade-Marks ; Trade Secrets ; Web Site Development ; Web Site Hosting ; Workplace Issues ; Year 2000 ; y2k

Continuing Legal Education:

Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute
    www.CanadianInstitute.com (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

Alberta, Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute
    www.CanadianInstitute.com (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

British Columbia, Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute
    www.CanadianInstitute.com (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

Nova Scotia, Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute
    www.CanadianInstitute.com (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

Ontario, Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute
    www.CanadianInstitute.com (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

Quebec, Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute
    www.CanadianInstitute.com (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

Databases:

Canada:

  1. LexisNexis® Quicklaw®
    www.lexisnexis.ca/en-ca/products/quicklaw-full-service.page (#191)
    pay $ site - QL has over 1000 searchable databases and bulletin boards of full text judgments from all court levels and many administrative tribunals in Canada, as well as full text databases of legislation, tax and news.

Government - Departments/agencies/commissions/boards:

Canada:

  1. Office of the Information Commissioner of Canada
    www.infocom.gc.ca (#292)
    The Information Commissioner investigates complaints from people who believe they have been denied rights under the Access to Information Act. The Commissioner is an independent ombudsman who has strong investigative powers. He mediates between complainant and government institutions. The Commissioner can make recommendations to government institutions. He cannot issue binding orders.

  2. Privacy Commissioner of Canada
    www.priv.gc.ca (#293)
    The Privacy Commissioner is the federal government's privacy ombudsman. The Commissioner is appointed by Parliament to investigate individuals' complaints and monitor government compliance with the federal Privacy Act.

Alberta, Canada:

  1. Alberta Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy
    www.gov.ab.ca/foip (#1281)
    official government web site

  2. Alberta Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Home Page
    www.gov.ab.ca/foip/ (#291)
    The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act aims to strike a balance between the public's right to know and the individual's right to privacy, as these rights relate to information held by the Government of Alberta. The Act ensures individuals have the right to access their own personal information. It also provides for access to other records held by public bodies, and includes strict standards that public bodies must follow for the collection, use, and disclosure of personal information.

British Columbia, Canada:

  1. Office of the Information & Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia
    www.oipcbc.org (#290)
    Site with legislation, orders and other decisions, information about the office, news releases & publications, events, links to other sites, search feature, what's new

Manitoba, Canada:

  1. Manitoba Access and Privacy Directory
    www.gov.mb.ca/chc/archives/fippa_mn.html (#295)
    Guide to the organization and records holdings of the Government of Manitoba and Government Agencies.

Nova Scotia, Canada:

  1. Nova Source: Nova Scotia's Information Directory
    www.gov.ns.ca/govt/foi/contents.htm (#296)
    provides information about government departments, agencies, boards and commissions whose information is subject to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPOP), and the records created and managed by them. NovaSource also identifies the personal information banks held by these government bodies.

Ontario, Canada:

  1. Corporate Freedom Of Information And Privacy Office
    www.gov.on.ca/MBS/english/fip (#1273)
    official government web site

  2. Information and Privacy Commissioner/Ontario
    www.ipc.on.ca (#294)
    Provides an independent review of government decisions and practices concerning access and privacy, under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and the Municipal Freedom of Information and Privacy Protection Act. They resolve appeals, investigate privacy complaints, ensure compliance with the Acts, research access and privacy issues and educate the public about these laws


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