Some clients of Manitoba’s Child and Family Services (CFS) may have had their personal information compromised.
Friday evening, Manitoba Families reported the “potential breach is the result of a break-in that occurred at a CFS office in Winnipeg on Jan. 26 at 1:42 a.m.”
It said Winnipeg Police Service and the Manitoba Ombudsman are aware of what happened, and that “Manitoba Families will fully co-operate with the investigation.” The Government of Manitoba will also look into what can be done to better prevention measures.
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