Orilla Today reports:
It’s always worth noting when politicians keep a promise, and it appears Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is poised to do just that.
In the new year, the provincial government will table legislation detailing what information police can and cannot disclose to employers, charities and academic institutions through background checks.
This is welcome and significant news, because there are now no rules safeguarding personal information contained in the Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) database.
Read more on Simcoe.