Sarah Mavula


On November 17, 2020, Canada introduced new federal privacy legislation, Bill C-11, to codify the framework introduced by the government’s Digital Charter, which proposed enhancements to Canadian privacy laws in response to the rapidly expanding online economy. If adopted, new legislation, the Consumer Privacy Protection Act (“CPPA”), will effectively replace the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act as Canada’s main privacy law and create one of the strictest data protection regimes in the world,…