On Friday, the University of Toronto is hosting a conference entitled Implementing PIPEDA: A review of Internet privacy statements and on-line practices. It looks like a good program. I'm particularly looking forward to the session about the meaning of the Englander v Telus decision, which includes Mathew Englander himself and Telus' privacy officer.
I am also informed that it will be available the the world at large via webcast. Go to Conference Webcast Information for info on how to hook up via Real Player and how to post questions for the panelists via the public forum.