Canadian Court Rules It Has No Jurisdiction over PIPEDA

A Canadian Federal Court has ruled that it does not have jurisdiction to address an appeal of a Canadian Privacy commissioner decision. The case involved an employment dispute and disclosure of information to a trade union, which the court ruled fell under the exclusive jurisdiction of a labor arbitration panel under the Canadian Labour Code. Case name is Ecuyer v. Aeroports de Montreal. see: French Language decision also see: Original Commissioner decision

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