Jeremy Nolais reports:
Expense receipts for public school trustees pulled from the Calgary Board of Education’s website amid concerns they contained private information have yet to be republished and one elected member has filed a complaint with Alberta’s privacy commissioner.
Trustee Carol Bazinet was among the first to raise alarms in early October after receipts of hers published online contained partial credit card numbers and personal contact information.
Forms for other trustees also included the names of spouses and their place of employment as well as medical and dietary restrictions.
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