Ruling Favours Privacy Rights of Survivors
In a case that tied questions of aboriginal law with privacy law, the Ontario Court of Appeal recently decided indigenous Canadians who suffered abuse in residential schools could decide whether their evidence will be archived or destroyed after a mandatory 15-year retention period.
Taddese, Yamri and Daum Shanks, Signa A..
"Ruling Favours Privacy Rights of Survivors."
(02 May 2016):