Community Partners

Access, Privacy, Security and Information / Records Management challenges are intertwined with almost everything that public bodies and health trustees do. Through a series of plenary, breakout and workshop sessions, delegates will gain a clearer understanding of access to information, privacy, information security and information management issues that arise in organizations subject to The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA) and The Personal Health Information Act (PHIA).

You can help by becoming Community Partner of the 2013 Manitoba Access, Privacy, Security and Information Management Conference - Making Connections and help to spread the word.

For more information on how you can become a Community Partner and help your members/organizations with the constantly changing and complex business landscape they are faced with, contact Jon Boyle at 613.226.8317 or at







The Privacy and Access Council of Canada

The Privacy and Access Council of Canada - Conseil du Canada de l’Accès et la vie Privée is a national, non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to Information Privacy, Access and Governance in Canada. As the professional association and certification body for Canada's access, privacy and data governance community, PACC-CCAP is the Canadian centre of excellence for professional development and certification, training and awareness in privacy, access, and data protection disciplines.

The association’s work is sustained by members and supporters across Canada who take an active role in defending freedom and democracy.

Together with its Quebec‑based sister organization, AAPI, the Privacy and Access Council of Canada - Conseil du Canada de l’Accès et la vie Privée forms the pan-Canadian reference to access and privacy.


Winnipeg Chapter


ARMA Winnipeg Chapter

ARMA International’s Winnipeg Chapter is a not-for-profit organization chartered in 1978 and has been actively providing records and information management with quality educational programming, networking opportunities, references to professional development resources in the field ever since.

Our members include records managers, archivists, corporate librarians, imaging specialists, legal professionals, IT managers, consultants, and educators, all of whom work in a wide variety of industries, including government, legal, healthcare, financial services, and petroleum in the United States, Canada, and 30-plus other countries.

Organizations depend on information for managing day-to-day operations, fiscal responsibilities and performance, compliance with regulatory bodies, strategic planning, and many other business functions and activities. Carefully defined information governance processes can protect organizations from lost information, ensure information integrity and that it is available when it is needed, offer principles and practices that can help control costs as well.

The Winnipeg Chapter of ARMA International looks forward to working collaboratively with our community partners to promote and provide leadership and kinship with other information management specialists.


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