Researching Canadian Records Retention Requirements — 2015 Manitoba Connections Workshop Series — November 9, 2015
I will be delivering a half day presentation on researching Canadian retention requirements in Winnipeg for the Manitoba Connections Workshop Series on November 9, 2015. The session description follows:
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Researching Canadian Records Retention Requirements
Legislated/regulatory requirements govern the retention of some of the records your organization creates/receives. Attend this workshop to learn how Canadian laws are enacted, how to research Canadian legislated/regulatory requirements for retaining records, and how to monitor proposed new/amended legislation (federal or provincial/territorial) that may impact your organization’s records retention practices in the future.
The workshop will also examine the importance of statute of limitation periods when setting retention periods and include a demonstration of the primary and secondary resources for researching legislated/regulatory records retention requirements in Canadian law.
Key learning objectives:
- Learn how to research Canadian legislated/regulatory records retention requirements and statute of limitation period
- Learn how to monitor proposed new/amended legislation (federal or provincial/territorial) that may impact your organization’s records retention practices
Please see the full program here for this session and others on May 20-22.
If you are not attending this session but are interested in the topic of retention research, feel free to contact me to enquire regarding offering a similar session for your organization or event.