The government bodies are banking on us giving our implied consent, so let's cut this off at the knees and tell expressly declaring that WE DO NOT CONSENT to the sharing of our personal information!
There are 3 different forms, for different purposes/recipients; the premier's office, provincial bodies and private entities. We also have included a cover letter that explains the intention of the Block Information form. It also states that a response is expected, and if one is not received within the 14 day period that legal action will be taken.
1. Premier's office:
- Notify the premier that you do not consent to any provincial body sharing your personal and confidential information across agencies.
2. Provincial agencies/service providers:
This second form can be used for:
- All provincial health related agencies
- Your doctor(s)
- Your pharmacist
3. Service providers:
- Any service provider who gathers your personal information; telecom companies such as Rogers, Bell, Utility Company, Fido, TekSavvy, etc.
- Your banking institution
- Any and all loyalty programs (Shoppers, Air Miles, etc.)
ANY ENTITY THAT HAS YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION.
We suggest that you mail, fax or hand deliver rather than emailing and please include a way for them to respond to you, for example a mailing address.
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Links to sites that discuss the global digital plans and include government bodies, banks, creditors and key government officials.
Please read through them, print they key pages and bring them with you or share them with your communications.
WEF Digital Blueprint:
"Disruptive innovation in financial services: A blueprint for digital."
Digital Identification and Authentication Council of Canada (DIACC):
"The Digital Identification and Authentication Council of Canada, known as the DIACC, is a non-profit coalition of public and private sector leaders committed to developing a Canadian framework for digital identification and authentication."
Known Traveller Digital Identity:
The Known Traveller Digital Identity, or KTDI, is a World Economic Forum initiative that brings together a global consortium of individuals, governments, authorities and the travel industry to enhance security in world travel."
Accelerating the Transition to Digital Credentials for Travel: Lessons from KTDI – a Public-Private Collaboration for Secure and Seamless Travel
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