Union’s filming of front door during strike allowed but limited

Privacy legislation permitted filming of people crossing picket line but only as evidence for investigations of any incidents: Adjudicator
By Jeffrey R. Smith
|Canadian Employment Law Today|Last Updated: 04/22/2009

An Alberta union had the authority to video record and photograph people crossing the picket line during a strike, but only for one of the several purposes it had for doing so, the Office of the Alberta Information and Privacy Commissioner has ruled.