Prince Albert mulls tracking city workers using GPS

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City workers in Prince Albert, Sask., may soon have their every movement tracked through GPS technology embedded in their work cell phones and vehicles.

A proposal, to be debated by city council Monday, would see the locator data available in their phones and some vehicles collected and tracked at city hall.

“I’m in favour of it,” council member Rick Orr told CBC News Thursday. “I think the employees will be too, once they learn it’s not big brother watching them.”