PART 1 – INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS; PART 2 – FREEDOM OF INFORMATION; PART 3 – PROTECTION OF PRIVACY; PART 4 – OFFICE AND POWERS OF. The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPPA) enables the public to request and obtain copies of records held by B.C. government. The British Columbia Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (the “ FIPPA”) is provincial legislation that came into effect in October of
|Published (Last):||14 February 2017|
|PDF File Size:||2.53 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||19.49 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Ministerial regulation making power. General offences and penalties Schedule 2 – Public Bodies. How to ask for a review Did you find what you were looking for? Statements made to the commissioner not admissible in evidence Notifying the third party. Consider carefully how to clearly and concisely describe gc writing the records you are seeking.
Storage and access must be in Canada. How to ask for a review.
Disclosure harmful to business interests of a third party. Protection of personal information. Once you have decided on the records you need, try to limit your request to those records. Extending the time fip;a for responding.
Relationship of Act to other Acts. Right to disclose preserved. General information respecting use of personal information. Powers of commissioner in conducting investigations, audits or inquiries Enforcement of orders of commissioner.
Conduct and outcome of the review. General powers of commissioner Cabinet and local public body confidences. Salary, expenses and benefits of commissioner. Protection against libel or slander actions. Disclosure of information relating to abortion services. Disclosure harmful to individual or public safety.
Freedom of Information (FOI)
Policy manuals available without request. Disclosure harmful to law enforcement Duty to comply with orders Salary, expenses and benefits of commissioner Disclosure harmful to the conservation of heritage sites, etc.
How personal information is to be collected. Disclosure for archival or historical purposes. Enter your email address if you would like a reply: Disclosure of personal information in b available to public without request. Restrictions on disclosure of information by the commissioner and staff Disclosure harmful to individual or public safety Schedule 3 – Governing Bodies of Professions or Occupations.
Freedom of Information (FOI) – Province of British Columbia
Mediation may be authorized Information must be disclosed if in the public interest. Time limit for responding 8. Time limit for responding. Records available without request Mediation may be authorized.