Wednesday, January 17, 2018



Dog Care and Control Bylaw - Key Elements
Date: January 17th, 2018
Time: 13:30 - 15:00

The presentation will review the effectiveness of Dog Bylaws, provide examples of processes communities use to pass bylaws, and key elements that should be included in for an effective and humane Dog Bylaw

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Historical Trauma: An Indigenous Persepctive
Date: January 23rd, 2018
Time: 10:00 - 11:30

Session (2) of (5) sessions about a chronology of Canadian History that led up to the Residential Schools and 60's Scoop and caused Intergenerational Trauma.

Learning goals:

  • Timeline of policies that drastically affected Indigenous Peoples
  • A look at a Nakoda Beliefs System
  • Traditional stories
  • Where viewer may place him/herself in this history
  • Ways to address their own trauma

Presenter: Tom Snow is a Nakoda Sioux who practices Traditional Culture. 

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New Recordings


AFNIGC & The Government of Alberta Release: Opioids and Substances of Misuse among First Nations People in Alberta, Alberta Report 2017

Key Messages:

  • This new data clearly shows First Nations people in Alberta are disproportionately affected by opioid use.
  • Reducing the harms associated with both street-sourced and prescription opioids experienced by Indigenous communities is an urgent priority.
  • Government Partners are working with First Nations communities to enhance access to naloxone and to improve education, awareness and access to treatment options.

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First Nations Privacy Policies and Legal Considerations

Krista will discuss how legal tools such as laws, policies and agreements can be used by First Nations to assert sovereignty over First Nations information.  She'll also propose strategies to protect First Nation communities and their information while still allowing partnerships with governments and universities.

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OCAP (Ownership, Control, Access, and Possession)

This session will focus on exploring the First Nation principles of OCAP®, which stands for ownership, control, access, and possession guides a community in making decisions regarding why, how, and by whom information is collected, used, or shared. OCAP® is an opportunity for First Nation people to express their unique worldview and protocols related to ideas of community privacy and information governance currently not protected by Canadian privacy laws, while concentrating on all aspects of information governance including creation and management. This session will also identify future training options available for First Nation communities in Alberta. 

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Privacy Breach Reporting and Notification

This session will focus on privacy breach preparedness and response. This includes general proactive measures to avoid privacy breaches, the reporting of a breach to the OIPC, as well as how to notify affected individuals.

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Information Sharing

Privacy laws are often mentioned as a barrier to share information when providing services, but in most situations the laws present a way to enable information sharing to support service delivery while respecting individuals’ privacy. This session will help clarify some of the rules guiding information sharing, and will offer participants recommendations on how to best approach information sharing initiatives.

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Access Requests

Under each of Alberta’s three laws, individuals have certain access to information rights while public, private and health sector entities have a number of responsibilities to respond to access to information requests. This session will provide an overview of the process to respond to access requests, summarize correction requests, and explain the role of the OIPC in reviewing access request responses.

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Today's Sessions and Registration Deadline

Today's Sessions
VC TypeSession TitleSchedule
Meeting SessionHealth Co-Management Meeting (4)Jan 17, 2018 09:00 ~ 15:00
Meeting SessionNIC Quarterly Meeting (2)Jan 17, 2018 10:00 ~ 14:00
Clinical SessionInfectious Disease - Kaye Clinic - Driftpile (2)Jan 17, 2018 10:20 ~ 10:45
Clinical SessionFamily Patient - Alison Ross RPD - Driftpile (2)Jan 17, 2018 11:30 ~ 12:00
Meeting SessionMenopause Patient Education (2)Jan 17, 2018 13:00 ~ 15:00
Clinical SessionInfectious Disease- Duncan (2)Jan 17, 2018 13:00 ~ 13:20
Education SessionDog Care and Control Bylaw- Key Elements (9)Jan 17, 2018 13:30 ~ 15:00

Today's Registration Deadline
VC TypeSession TitleScheduleReg DeadLine
Education SessionDog Care and Control Bylaw- Key Elements (9)Jan 17, 2018 13:30 ~ 15:00Jan 17, 2018 23:59