Solved by a verified expert:Genetic Privacy Laws in CanadaPurpose: Create an essay that presents your position on this topic.Background Information: In 2008, the United States of America created the Genetic Information Non-discrimination Act. This act was created to help protect its citizens against discrimination based on genetics by health insurers and employers. Canada does not have such an act, however, the Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association of Canada has released a statement that indicates the insurance companies will never ask for genetic testing to be done before insuring anyone. They have also stated that if the genetic testing has already been done, then they may use it. Canada also has privacy laws in place that could be used to protect against genetic discrimination if interpreted appropriately. Focus Questions: Do you believe that an act such as the Genetic Information Non-discrimination Act is needed in Canada to protect our genetic information? Or do you believe that there are enough laws and expectations already in place to protect our genetic information in Canada? Or do you feel that no such act or laws are needed as our genetic information should not be protected in Canada? Explain your answers. Suggested Sources: Write a one to two page paper outlining your answer to the focus question. Make sure to support your opinion with research. You may use the 3 resources provided or find resources of your own. Make sure that the resources you select are from reputable scholarly sources and are therefore appropriate to use. Include any resources used at the end of your essay. Your essay should include an introductory paragraph, at least one body paragraph and a conclusion paragraph. It should be typed out 12 point, Times New Roman, double spaced