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Date December 12, 2019 Time 7:45 am - 10:00 am Chapter Saskatchewan Place Delta Hotel, Campania Room Cost $45 – $85

Privacy Matters – Breakfast Presentation

Privacy matters to all Canadians. What can we do to incorporate privacy into the services we provide so that we are not only fulfilling our legal responsibilities but are also enhancing their value?

The FMI Regina Chapter invites you to join us for this two-part presentation:

  • Aaron Orban, Executive Director of the Access and Privacy Branch, Integrated Justice Services, Government of Saskatchewan, will discuss how our approach to the handling of personal information, data, consent, notice, etc. can bring value to our organizations.
  • Ronald J. Kruzeniski, Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner, will discuss issues related to access and privacy in his presentation “What’s New in the Access and Privacy World”.

This session qualifies for 1.5 PD credits.


  • Aaron Orban, Executive Director, Access and Privacy Branch, Government of Saskatchewan

    Aaron Orban is the Executive Director of the Access and Privacy Branch, Integrated Justice Services in the Government of Saskatchewan. In this role he also serves as the Chief Privacy Officer for the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Corrections and Policing. Aaron holds Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Social Work degrees from the University of Regina. He has worked within the Saskatchewan public service for over 25 years including front line work in corrections with youth and adults, as a Portfolio Officer with the Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner and as Director of the Health Information, Policy and Legislation unit with the Ministry of Health. Prior to his current position Aaron was an Assistant Ombudsman and Assistant Commissioner with Ombudsman Saskatchewan and helped in the establishment of the Office of the Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner.

  • Ronald J. Kruzeniski, Q.C., Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner, Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner

    Ron Kruzeniski was admitted to the bar in 1973. He was in private practice in Regina, during which time he was Chief Commissioner of the Human Rights Commission. He has also practiced law in the Ministry of Justice and in 1995 was appointed the Public Guardian and Trustee. Ron has served his community by being Chair of the Regina Separate School Board, Vice Chair of the Regina Public Library Board, Board Member of the Saskatchewan School Trustees Association, and National Vice President of the Canadian Institute for the Blind. He received the Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal for 1998 and was selected as the recipient of the Canadian Bar Association of Saskatchewan for the 2014 Community Service Award.