“People should be able to trust that their health records are secure -- that's eHealth's most important responsibility, and today’s admission shows that this government has failed to provide that security. We are also extremely disappointed that this government was not straightforward when the initial breach occurred.

“The news that the recent data breach led to public health files being taken is cause for great concern. Even more concerning is that eHealth doesn’t know what those files contained or how much of Saskatchewan people’s health data has been compromised. 

“That’s why we’re calling once again for a government-wide security review of Ministry and Agency sites and databases. People should be able to expect that their personal information is secure when held by government entities, and the Sask. Party has let people down by failing our information security.”

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REGINA - Today, the Official Opposition grilled the Premier and his Minister of Health after the Minister misled the public, claiming that he had not been lobbied by a former Sask. Party MLA when Saskatchewan's official lobbyist logs show the exact opposite.

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