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Sunshine Summits to Explore the Future of Access to Information in Canada
The Privacy & Access Council of Canada (PACC) invites the public to explore the Future of Access to Information in Canada at Sunshine Summits in TORONTO, WATERLOO and CALGARY.
By: Privacy & Access Council of Canada
“Today’s students are tomorrow’s lawmakers, journalists, technologists, consumers and voters, and it’s important that they understand the value of exercizing their right to access information held by governments and organizations,”
PACC is proud to have the support and participation of Dr. Ann Cavoukian, Executive Director of the Privacy & Big Data Institute, Ontario's Acting Information and Privacy Commissioner Brian Beamish, and Alberta Information & Privacy Commissioner Jill Clayton at Sunshine Summits in:
Toronto, Ontario — September 22, 2014
Waterloo, Ontario — September 23, 2014
Calgary, Alberta — September 24, 2014
Sunshine Summits include discussions and special presentations featuring speakers from the University of Toronto, University of Waterloo, Mount Royal University, Ryerson University, Wilfrid Laurier University, Brock University, University of Calgary, Alberta Energy Regulator, Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre, Websense, Halton Regional Police, Hamilton Police Service, Toronto Star, Blacklocks Reporter, Privacy & Big Data Institute, and other important organizations.
First celebrated on 28 September 2003, Right to Know Day was established by access to information advocates from around the globe.
Additional information and registration at https://www.pacc-
Sharon Polsky, President