2019 Workshop and Conference Presentations

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Pre-Conference Workshops

Workshop #1:
Privacy Investigations: Managing the Process and Dealing with the Aftermath
– Joan Dunlop and Rick Klumpenhouwer, Cenera
Workshop #2:
Privacy and Data Hubs: Implications, Tools, and Best Practices
– Speaker CHANGE to David Chevrier, Senior Predictive Analytics Specialist, ISM Canada and Kerry Cibart, Chief Privacy Officer and Director of Compliance, ISM Canada
Workshop #3:
Resolving Conflict Constructively
– Tracy Ford and Anita Ehman, Dispute Resolution Office

Conference Sessions and Breakouts

Data Partnerships and Privacy: Information sharing for social impact
– Lynn Barr-Telford – Director General, Statistics Canada
Breakout Session #1:
Introduction to the Government of Saskatchewan (GOS) Cyber Security Program
– Fuad Iddrisu, Executive Director and Chief Information Security Officer for the Government of Saskatchewan
Breakout Session #2:
The Path to Records Disposal
– Stephanie Lolacher and Mikaela Miller, Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
Breakout Session #3:
Access and Privacy: Lessons Learned from the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) (presentation TBA)
Colleen Matthews, Crown Counsel, Government of Saskatchewan, and Angie Bear, Manager, Family Information Liaison Unit (FILU), Government of Saskatchewan
Ownership, Control, Access & Possession (OCA-P™) – First Nations’ Data Sovereignty: Collective Privacy (presentation summary pending)
– Ceal Tournier – First Nations Information Governance Centre (FNIGC)
Integrating Privacy to the Optimization of Public Policy
– Chantal Bernier – National Practice Leader, Privacy and Cybersecurity, Dentons Canada LLP and formerly of the Office of the Privacy Commissioner, Canada
Breakout Session #1:
LA FOIP Implementation at the Regina Police Service
– Tracy Raison, Access and Privacy Officer, Regina Police Service
Breakout Session #2:
Current Issues in Access to Information: The Art and Science of Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Legislation (presentation not available)
– Panel, moderated by Chantelle Probe, Access and Privacy Branch, Ministry of Justice, Government of Saskatchewan, with panel members:
     – Courtenay Phillips, Legal Policy Analyst, Access and Privacy Branch
     – Robert Affleck, lawyer, McKercher
     – Kristel Kriel, lawyer, MLT Aikins
     – Ron Kruzeniski, Privacy Commissioner
Breakout Session #3:
Digital Investigations
– Rick Lee, Digital Forensics Consultant, SaskTel
What’s New at the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner – Ronald J. Kruzeniski, Q.C., Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner