Nova Scotia premier reaffirms aim for privacy commissioner order-making

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Nova Scotia Premier Tim Houston reiterated his commitment to give the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner order-making power, a promise he made before his premiership, CBC News reports. The power would require the government to adhere to regulations from the commissioner. “It wasn’t a conscious decision to delay that,” Houston said. “I just haven’t focused on it, to be honest, and maybe that’s my fault.” He aims to propose it in the spring.
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