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Contact Us

The Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner (OIPC) has offices in Edmonton and Calgary.

If you are wanting the OIPC to initiate a review or investigation under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, Health Information Act or Personal Information Protection Act, please visit the Request a Review/File a Complaint webpage. The OIPC does not accept requests for review or complaints via email at this time. If you are unsure which piece of legislation applies in your case, please contact our office and ask to speak with an intake officer.

Office Hours

Monday to Friday, 8:15 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (closed during lunch hours and statutory holidays).

Contact Information

If you are a member of the media please direct your call to the Edmonton office.

Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner (Edmonton)
#410, 9925 - 109 Street NW
Edmonton, AB     T5K 2J8
Phone: (780) 422-6860
Fax: (780) 422-5682 (please call the office to confirm receipt of a sent fax)
Toll-Free: (888) 878-4044

Note: If you sent a fax to the Edmonton office between the dates of December 18, 2015 and August 11, 2017, and you have not heard back from the OIPC, please call the office. A technical issue may have affected receipt of a limited number of faxes sent to the OIPC.

Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner (Calgary)
Suite 2460, 801 6 Avenue SW
Calgary, AB     T2P 3W2
Phone: (403) 297-2728 
Fax: (403) 297-2711 (please call the office to confirm receipt of a sent fax)
Toll-Free: (888) 878-4044 

Please note that it is not possible to access the Calgary office without an appointment.

Website Issues

Call the Edmonton office or send an email.

Speaking Engagement Requests

Want an OIPC speaker at your next event? Please complete the speaking engagement request form and submit it by email.

The OIPC recommends that you submit your request at least two months prior to the event, to allow enough time for our office to review and respond to your request. Factors in our decision making include the expenses, time commitment, size of the audience and the topic to be addressed.


The OIPC maintains a resource library in Edmonton which is open to the public by appointment only. This library contains a number resources that deal with access and privacy issues. The public is welcome to use these resources within the office as there are no library loan privileges.