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February 22, 2021 - Diane Aldridge, Executive Director of Compliance

Including names on municipal maps – can the complicated be made simple?

I grew up on a farm and know how isolated you are out there. Most neighbors are out of eyeshot and earshot and though some know when you are away, you hope it isn’t common knowledge as you most likely will end up with something stolen from your property, gas being one of the most... read more

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February 11, 2021 - Ron Kruzeniski, Information and Privacy Commissioner

LA FOIP Foundations Webinar Series: Encore Event Announced

On February 1st to 4th, my office delivered a webinar for local authorities. The first day was “LA FOIP 101: Clarifying the Act for Beginners” where the basics under LA FOIP were presented. On February 2nd, we had a panel of experts discussing “Municipal Sector: Practical Tips and Tricks”. On February 3rd, we had a... read more

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January 28, 2021 - Geraldine Knudsen, Solicitor, Saskatchewan School Boards Association

Who’s minding the storage? Data privacy and Saskatchewan schools

A school division holds what may be the largest store of significant personal data about any individual child that can be found in one location. Parents and guardians are compelled by law to send their children to school, and parents are legally required to provide the school with significant amounts of personal information about their... read more

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December 30, 2020 - Ron Kruzeniski, Information and Privacy Commissioner

Finding balance in 2021

So many people have said 2020 has been an “interesting”, “challenging” or “difficult” year. I know we all hope 2021 will be better. We know the covid-19 challenges that face us in 2021 but are there some challenges in the access and privacy world that we will face? I believe there are. Prior to covid-19,... read more

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