Reports to Parliament on Canada’s federal privacy laws
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada’s (OPC) annual reports on the Privacy Act and the Personal Information and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) are tabled in Parliament. These reports outline the work the Office undertakes in support of its mandate to oversee the two federal privacy acts. The reports include a wealth of statistics and details on privacy trends, investigations and audits.
The OPC may also submit special reports to Parliament to, for example, highlight the findings of a particular investigation or on an important issue.
Use the links on this page to access the OPC’s annual and special reports to Parliament under the Privacy Act and PIPEDA.
Special report to Parliament on the OPC’s investigation into the RCMP’s use of Clearview AI and draft joint guidance for law enforcement agencies considering the use of facial recognition technology
2019-2020 Annual Report to Parliament on the Privacy Act and the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act
Privacy Law Reform: A Pathway to Respecting Rights and Restoring Trust in Government and the Digital Economy
2018-2019 Annual Report to Parliament on the Privacy Act and the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act
Special Report to Parliament
Checks and Controls: Reinforcing Privacy Protection and Oversight for the Canadian Intelligence Community in an Era of Cyber-Surveillance
A Special Report to Parliament – ‘Checks and Controls: Reinforcing Privacy Protection and Oversight for the Canadian Intelligence Community in an Era of Cyber-Surveillance’
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