Annual Report to Parliament 2011-2012
Privacy Act

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May refuse to disclose information injurious to law enforcement and investigation
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May refuse to disclose information injurious to security clearances
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May refuse to disclose information collected by the Canadian Penitentiary Service, the National Parole Service or the National Parole Board
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May refuse to disclose information injurious to which could threaten the safety of individuals
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May refuse to disclose information about other individuals, and shall refuse to disclose such information where disclosure is prohibited under section 8
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May refuse to disclose information subject to solicitor-client privilege
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May refuse to disclose information relating to an individual's physical or mental health where disclosure is contrary to the best interests of the individual
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Receive notice of investigation by the Privacy Commissioner
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