Judgment slams LBPSB for sending personal info to U.S.

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From: Alexis Côté <ACote@lxxx>
Date: Tue, Mar 19, 2013 at 4:09 PM
Subject: C. Eustace v. Lester-B.-Pearson S.B. (C.A.I. : 09-0899)
To: “cgeustace@gmail.com” <cgeustace@gmail.com>
Cc: “diane.xxxxx@cai.gouv.qc.ca” <diane.xxxxx@cai.gouv.qc.ca>, Jacques Provencher <jprovencher@xxx>

Good afternoon Mr. Eustace,

As discussed before the Commission d’accès à l’information, you will find attached two copies of the contract executed between Lester-B.-Pearson School Board and Blackboard Connect-Ed.

The first version includes all the clauses and, with respect with your sworn declaration before the CAI, must be kept strictly confidential (the “Confidential Contract).

The second version of the contract is redacted, the pricing clause having been erased. This is the version you are allowed to share with others (the “Redacted Contract).

The whole is being sent to you following your sworn declaration that you do not intend to use the present contract in a future lawsuit against Lester-B.-Pearson School Board.

Trusting the whole meets with your expectations,

Alexis Côté


(Below is the redacted contract, but there is something amiss. I never asked the CAI  about a monetary matter. My request was whether or not  the board asked permission to send personal information to another country. When we realized that another case was created….still waiting for a decision.)

Redacted Contract-2