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Canada Dashboard Digest | Saskatchewan privacy commissioner recommends cannabis dispensaries to fall under HIPA Related reading: Tech talk: Exploring ACL-aware data processing

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As part of its annual report, the Office of the Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner proposes for cannabis dispensaries to be subject to the Health Information Protection Act, the Regina Leader-Post reports. The commissioner’s office recommends the term “trustee” within the act should be amended to include “corporations or persons which operate a facility providing a health service including massage therapists and cannabis dispensaries.” “To some extent it depends on how much the dispensary is collecting, but it does strike us that if they’re collecting information on your purchases of marijuana then at least they have the obligation to safeguard that information,” Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner Ron Kruzeniski wrote.
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