According to newly analyzed records by The Epoch Times, federal departments and agencies in possession of private information belonging to over 150,000 Canadians were breached for over a year. The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) was the worst offender, accounting for nearly 70% of the breaches. Conservative MP Luc Berthold requested details of the privacy breaches that occurred since Jan. 1, 2022, including the affected people and whether the Privacy Commissioner of Canada was notified. The analysis indicates that 21,158 breaches were reported by 117 federal departments and agencies in the 14-month period. Not everyone affected by the breaches was informed by public servants as their cases were either deemed “low risk” or “non-material” by the respective government bodies.