Publicly Available Personal Information

The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act contemplates that the disclosure of some personal information is not an unreasonable invasion of personal privacy.

The following examples of disclosure of personal information are provided for under the Act:

  • information about employee classification, salary range, employment responsibilities and discretionary benefits
  • disclosure of business contact information and the disclosure is limited to an individual's name and business contact information, including business title, address, telephone number, facsimile number and e-mail address,
  • enrollment in a school of an educational body or in a program offered by a post-secondary educational body
  • attendance at or participation in a public event or activity related to a public body
  • receipt of an honour or award granted by or through a public body

An individual may request that the information not be disclosed through the Request for Non-Disclosure of Personal Information form. (Word 48 KB)