Conference - Day One

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

7:00–8:30 am                 Registration
7:45–8:30 am                  Breakfast

8:30–9:00 am                 Greetings and Opening Remarks

Wayne MacDonald (Conference Chair, University of Alberta, Faculty of Extension)
Dr. Katy Campbell (Dean, University of Alberta, Faculty of Extension)

Hon. Stephanie MacLean (Minister, Service Alberta, Government of Alberta) + (Minister, Status of Women, Government of Alberta)
Jill Clayton (Commissioner, Alberta Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner)

9:00–10:00 am                Keynote Address
Records and Reconciliation: The Right to Know and the Power of Truth

Karen Meelker (Access and Privacy Officer, National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation)
 

10:00–10:15 am                 Refreshment Break

10:15–11:00 am                    Plenary Session
Climbing Mount Everest – Collaboration, Communication and Challenges in Access
Caroline Maynard (Information Commissioner of Canada, Office of the Information Commissioner of Canada)

11:00–12:00 pm                 Plenary Session

Considering Privacy in the Digital Transformation in Healthcare
John Weigelt (Chief National Technology Officer, Microsoft Canada)
 

12:00–1:15 pm                    Lunch

1:15 am–2:15 pm              Commissioners' Round Table
Moderator: Lorne Randa (Partner, Brownlee LLP)

Panel:
Jill Clayton (Commissioner, Alberta Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner)

Diane McLeod-McKay (Commissioner, Yukon Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner)

Caroline Maynard (Information Commissioner of Canada, Office of the Information Commissioner of Canada)

Catherine Tully (Commissioner, Nova Scotia Information and Privacy Commissioner's Office)

2:15–2:30 pm                      Refreshment Break

 

2:30–3:30 pm                     Breakout Sessions

  • Session A - It's Time! Canadians Deserve Privacy Laws Designed for the 21st Century
    Barbara Bucknell (Director – Parliamentary Affairs, Research, Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada)

  • Session B - TELUS Wise – Staying Safe in the Digital World
    Nimmi Kanji, (Director, TELUS Wise) and Stacey Ponich (Business Consultant, TELUS Data and Trust Office)

  • Session C - The GDPR: What Does It Mean For Canadian Organizations?Diane Alguire (Director, Information and Privacy, University of Alberta), and Brian Hamilton (BW Hamilton Consulting, Inc.)

3:30–4:30 pm                      Breakout Sessions

  • Session D - An Open Dialogue with the Alberta Information and Privacy Commissioner and Senior Staff Members
    Moderator: Lorne Randa (Partner, Brownlee LLP)
    Panel: LeRoy Brower (Assistant Commissioner, Alberta Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner), Jill Clayton (Commissioner, Alberta Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner), Rachel Hayward (Director – Compliance and Special Investigations, Alberta Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner), and Cara-Lynn Stelmack (Director – Mediation and Investigations, Alberta Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner)

  • Session E - Big Data Guidelines for Public Bodies – Privacy, Fairness & Ethics
    Catherine Tully (Commissioner, Nova Scotia Information and Privacy Commissioner's Office)

  • Session F - Cybercrime Awareness and Prevention for Today's Privacy Leaders
    Kathy Macdonald (Founder, Global Cyber Security Courses)

4:30–5:30 pm                      Reception and Networking

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