Author Archives: Brian Seaman
PDF version: There’s no right to absolute privacy when you want to build something in a city Case commented on: Edmonton (City) v. Alberta (Information and Privacy Commissioner), 2011 ABQB 226 There is no absolute right to privacy in the … Continue reading
PDF version: French Language Rights in Alberta Get a Boost Case considered: R v Pooran; R v Vaillant, 2011 ABPC 77 Significant consequences can arise from what might otherwise have appeared to be just another mundane case; in this instance, … Continue reading
PDF version: Is R v Gomboc really only about a homeowner’s expectation of privacy or is there more to it? Case commented on: R. v. Gomboc, 2010 SCC 55 The late November 2010 decision of Canada’s Supreme Court in R. … Continue reading
Has a recent Queen’s Bench decision put the damper on future complaints of privacy breaches in Alberta, especially in the health care setting?
Case considered: Lycka v. Alberta (Information and Privacy Commissioner) and Jane Doe, 2009 ABQB 245 PDF version: Has a recent Queen’s Bench decision put the damper on future complaints of privacy breaches in Alberta, especially in the health care setting? … Continue reading
Considered: Assisted Human Reproduction Act, S.C. 2004, c.2. PDF Version: Assisted human reproduction in Canada: it’s a gnarly world out there When 60-year-old Ranjit Hayer of Calgary gave birth via caesarean section to twin boys at Calgary’s Foothills Hospital in … Continue reading