UBC Robson Square Theatre, Vancouver
Thursday, September 22, 2016

We have seen major shifts in the freedom of information and privacy landscape since our last Information Summit. This year, Information Summit 2016 will hear from experts and people intimately involved in how the world of information is changing. FIPA is pleased to bring you a variety of perspectives on the strategies being developed to meet these new challenges, and where we can expect to be in the not too distant future.

Please note: The 2016 Information Summit has been accredited by The Law Society of BC (for 6.5 credits) as well as by PACC-CCAP for Continuing Professional Development credits.



Michael Markwick, President of BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association

Suzanne Legault, Information Commissioner of Canada

Drew McArthur, Acting Commissioner, Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner

Mike Larsen, Instructor, Criminology, Kwantlen Polytechnic University

Paul Hancock, Legal Counsel, Information and Privacy, University of British Columbia

Barbara Van Fraassen, Director, Access to Information and Privacy, City of Vancouver

Troy Taillefer, Senior Policy Analyst, Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of BC

Victoria Lemieux – Associate Professor of Archival Studies, University of British Columbia

Jon Woodward, Reporter, CTV News Vancouver

Alexis Kerr, General Counsel, Fraser Health Authority

Rebecca Kantwerg, Environmental Law Center, University of Victoria (formerly)

Matt Reed, Director, Strategic Privacy, Legislation and Training, Government of BC

Bradley Weldon, Senior Policy Analyst, Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of BC

Micheal Vonn, Policy Director, BC Civil Liberties Association

Benjamin Goold, Professor, Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia

Kate Kienapple, Training Lead, Aerobotika

Lorene Novakowski, Partner, Fasken Martineau