Charles Rusnell and Jennie Russell report: The theft of a charity’s entire database containing the personal information of more than 27,000 clients, donors, volunteers and employees reveals a major gap in Alberta’s privacy legislation, an expert says. In a letter sent to those affected in early June, Meals on Wheels said it called Edmonton police on Jan. 7 after realizing a back-up hard drive containing all its data had been stolen from its office. Read more on CBC.