Ca: Dozens of personal files discovered in west-end dumpster

Dozens of personal files have been discovered in a dumpster outside a west-end restaurant. The files included the personal information of past employees.

The dumpster outside the Twisted Kilt has now been emptied out, but Thursday morning it was full of several boxes of documents that included the personal information of former staff members, not of the Twisted Kilt, but other restaurants that used to call the space home.

The documents included names, addresses, social insurance numbers and payroll information for dozens of staff.


“Whether Shark Club should have done it or not we’re going to take responsibility on their behalf and make sure that information is destroyed so it cant get out to anyone,” said James Perry, with Twisted Kilt.

Angela Anderson is one of potentially hundreds of Albertans whose information was found in the dumpster. Her record of employment from a Fort McMurray Moxie’s dating back more than 10 years was found in the dumpster.


Shark Club officials blame the franchise owner at the time and tell CTV News he was previously involved in Moxie’s restaurants in both Fort McMurray and Grande Prairie.




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