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Protection of personal information (Loi 25)
The Commission d'accès à l'information du Québec now requires companies and public bodies to comply with the provisions of the Act to modernize legislative provisions regarding the protection of personal information, also called "Loi 25". This reform modernizes the rules protecting personal information in Quebec so that they are better adapted to the new challenges posed by the current digital and technological environment.
Under the Personal Information Protection Act, Valérie Roy, President of the Comité sectoriel de main-d'œuvre en économie sociale et action communautaire (CSMO-ÉSAC), organization that owns the Work-Study in Early Childhood portal, and Director General of the Alliance des centers-conseils en emploi (AXTRA), is appointed person responsible for the application of "Loi 25".
To contact Valérie Roy: