Canada is poised to potentially pass several major private sector privacy law reforms on both the federal and provincial levels, Dentons Canada Privacy and Cybersecurity National Practice Leader Chantal Bernier writes. She said the provinces of British Columbia and Quebec could implement EU General Data Protection Regulation-level fines and improved privacy rights for individuals. Federally, the omnibus C-27 containing Consumer Privacy Protection Act, the Personal Information and Data Protection Tribunal Act and the Artificial Intelligence and Data Act will be brought before Parliament again after being introduced last year. Editor's note: Bernier spoke with the IAPP's Caitlin Fennessy about the changing privacy landscape in Canada in a recent LinkedIn Live.
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