Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act

The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act is a law that has been present in British Columbia since 1993.  This act defines what kinds of information can be collected or controlled by public bodies in British Columbia.  The act also defines the rights you have in regards to privacy, such as the right to access public records and the right of protection of privacy of your personal information in the control of a public body.

The provisions of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act are administered by the Corporate Services Department and anyone wishing information under this Provincial Statute is encouraged to call this department.

Attachments
Description Date File Size
FOI Request Form 2007-08-31 60KB
FOI Request Form 2007-08-31 47KB