Here is the bill C-6
Another blogger here covers the issue.
Anywhere in the Bill C-6 where you see the word 'government', here is what defines 'government'. Clue: It ain't just the elected government.
“government” means any of the following or their institutions:
(a) the federal government;
(b) a corporation named in Schedule III to the Financial Administration Act;
(c) a provincial government or a public body established under an Act of the legislature of a province;
(d) an aboriginal government as defined in subsection 13(3) of the Access to Information Act;
(e) a government of a foreign state or of a subdivision of a foreign state; or
(f) an international organization of states.
So in Section 15 which says
"The Minister may disclose personal information to a person or a government that carries out functions relating to the protection of human health"
Recall the definition of government, as defined above.
Therefore the Health Minister can disclose personal information on a Canadian citizen to a foreign government, a corporation or an international organization states. What in the hell!?
Is there any doubt that corporations rule?
Doesn't the' international organization of states' sound like the UN (Codex Alimentarus)
Doesn't 'government of a foreign state' make on think of the NAU. (Sharing info with the US and Mexico)
Listen to Constitutional lawyer Shawn Buckley speak on Bill C-6