Spring updates!

  • May 11, 2023

Our Section has some great programs in store, including an upcoming webinar on June 19, 2023.

Privacy and access law is very active, so the work of the Section is more relevant than ever. If you would like to be involved, please let us know!


Wondering how to keep-up with ever-changing privacy law requirements? Check out the upcoming “Update on Canadian Privacy Landscape” webinar on June 19, 2023. There is still time to register.

Update on Canadian Privacy Landscape – June 19

The Canadian privacy landscape is in turmoil both at the federal and provincial levels. Staying on top of key developments across the country and determining which of them can have a significant impact on your practice can be a huge challenge. To help you navigate the evolving privacy field, our panelists will provide their insights on the key changes in legislation, recent regulatory decisions and guidance, and court decisions that you need to know about.


More Relevant, Recent PD!

On-demand recordings are now available:


Want to know more about the recent decision by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner (OPC) in the Home Depot case? Check out the article “Privacy in the Age of Digital Marketing and Analytics” by Eloïse Gratton, co-leader of BLG’s national Privacy and Data Protection practice.

If you have an article you would like to submit, please contact us.


CBA End-of-Life Working Group

The Section is actively involved with the CBA End-of-Life Working Group which comprises a cross-section of members from diverse areas of expertise, including constitutional and human rights law, criminal justice, health law, wills, estates and trusts law, elder law, child and youth law, privacy and access to information law and alternative dispute resolution.

Read our latest submission: Delay for Medical Assistance in Dying Where Sole Underlying Condition is a Mental Illness (April 2023).

Thank You,

Caroline Deschênes
Chair 2022-2023, CBA Privacy and Access Law Section