Sep 252014
 
 September 25, 2014  Laws, Non-U.S.

CBC News reports:

Alberta Premier Jim Prentice says he will seek a deadline extension from the Supreme Court after the province’s privacy commissioner said a delay in opening the legislature would prevent it from meeting a deadline to amend an invalidated law.

Prentice has delayed the session until late November, which won’t allow enough time to amend Alberta’s Personal Information Protection Act before the deadline set by the Supreme Court last fall.

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