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Personal Information Protection Act and Records Management in Alberta

  1. Introduction
  2. Analysis
  3. Conclusion
  4. References
  5. Links

References

Alberta. Alberta Government Services. Official and Transitory Records: A Guide for Government of Alberta Employees. Edmonton, 2004, http://www.im.gov.ab.ca/publications/pdf/OfficialTransitoryRecordsGuide.pdf, (accessed 1 October 2010).

Alberta. Legislative Assembly. Hansard. 2009.

Alberta. Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner. "Guide to Personal Information Protection Act." 2010, http://pipa.alberta.ca/resources/pdf/PIPAbrochure.pdf, (accessed 1 October 2010).

Alberta. Service Alberta. "Personal Information Protection Amendment Act," Personal Information Protection Act Information Sheet 10. 2010, http://pipa.alberta.ca/resources/pdf/infosheet10.pdf (accessed 1 October 2010).

Alberta. Service Alberta. "Service Providers Outside Canada: Notification, Policies and Practice." Personal Information Protection Act Information Sheet 12. 2010, http://pipa.alberta.ca/resources/pdf/infosheet12.pdf (accessed 1 October 2010).

"Alberta's Bill 54 in Affect for Employers." ARMA International Canadian Policy Brief. 2010, http://www.arma.org/policy/policy/canadianpolicybrief/10-07-13/Alberta_s_Bill_54_in_Affect_for_Employers.aspx, (accessed 1 Oct 2010).

Bill 54. Amendment Act. 2d sess., 27th Legislature, 2009. c.6.5.

Personal Information Protection Act. Statute of Alberta 2003. c. 6.5. 2010.

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