In Committee from the Senate of Canada

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In Committee from the Senate of Canada - Banking, Trade and Commerce - May 29, 2013

Banking, Trade and Commerce

Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart discusses her privacy concerns with a proposed bill (C-377) that requires labour organizations to publicly disclose all financial transactions over $5,000. Senior General Counsel and Director General, Patricia Kosseim provides additional testimony.

Carole Presseault of Certified General Accountants Association of Canada, Terrance Oakey from Merit Canada, Robert Blakely of the Building and Construction Trades Department (Canadian office), and Maureen Parker from the Writers Guild of Canada, also present their views on the Conservative private member's bill.

UPDATE: On June 26, the Senate passed amendments to Bill C-377 and sent it back to the House of Commons.

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