From the article:
For its part, Stikemans said it regrets not blacking out the offending information before posting it to SEDAR.
"This was just an inadvertent mistake," said Karen Jackson, the firm's Toronto-based chief privacy officer.
Here is the Alberta Information and Privacy Commissioner decision, Investigation Report P2005-IR-005, dated July 12, 2005. (PDF, 15 pages).
The Canadian Privacy Law Blog