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Source: Rachel Gilmore, CTV News, , December 10, 2019 

OTTAWA — Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien’s latest report found that Statistics Canada didn’t break the law when it requested the personal financial transaction information of 500,000 Canadians.

Therrien did, however, recommend the Statistics Canada programs that collected the data – the Credit Information Project and the Financial Transactions project – be redesigned.

“Canadians were deeply troubled by these initiatives,” Therrien said in his report.

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