The Edmonton Journal is reporting that the Information and Privacy Commissioner is planning to seek leave to appeal the United Food and Commercial Workers, Local 401 v Alberta (Attorney General) case to the Supreme Court of Canada. See: Supreme Court next step after Alberta’s privacy laws ruled unconstitutional.
In this case, among other things, the Alberta Court of Appeal found that portions of Alberta's Personal Information Protection Act were unconstitutional as it does not take into account freedom of expression guaranteed under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
I've blogged about this case in the past. Check out the tag UFCW Case (Alberta).