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June 3, 2015 - Kayla Oishi, Early Resolution Officer

The (Work) Life of an Early Resolution Officer

When you come to the Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner’s (IPC) office with a request for review or breach of privacy complaint, you will first be dealing with us—the Early Resolution Officers (EROs). We are really nice, I swear! The Early Resolution process at the IPC is relatively new, so I feel that it is... read more

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June 2, 2015 - Danielle Graff and Kristel Kriel, MacPherson Leslie and Tyerman LLP

Is there Such a Thing as “Internet Privacy”?

We recently had an opportunity to speak at the 2015 “Law in Your Life” series hosted by CBA Saskatchewan and the Regina Public Library. Every year, the Saskatchewan Section of the Canadian Bar Association organizes this series of informative legal sessions as part of the national “Law Day” event. The purpose of Law Day is... read more

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May 22, 2015 - Diane Aldridge, Director of Compliance

When Salary is Open to Public Scrutiny

The starting point of determining whether or not your salary is releasable starts with what access and privacy law applies to you in your circumstance. If you work for a government institution or local authority, then your salary is not considered your personal information. Why does it matter if it is or is not considered... read more

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