Canadian Press reports:
Alberta’s privacy commissioner is investigating a government department for leaking a politician’s cellphone bill.
Commission spokesman Scott Sibbald said Monday that the bill belonged to former cabinet minister Thomas Lukaszuk.
It was leaked to the Edmonton Sun in August and showed that Lukaszuk had rung up more than $20,000 in international data roaming charges on a personal trip to Poland and Israel in 2012.
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