Privacy commissioner in Canada to hear First Nations’ complaints on COVID-19 location information

According to CBC, British Columbia’s information and privacy commissioner will investigate a complaint by a coalition of First Nations over a lack of information from the British Columbia’s province about the spread of COVID-19. Indigenous leaders allege the Health Ministry violated the Freedom of Information and Privacy Protection Act by failing to quickly disclose locations of COVID-19 cases and whether an infected person had travelled to a particular Nation’s territory within the previous 14 days.