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Orders

2017

An inquiry may be conducted if a matter cannot be settled through mediation or investigation under all three Acts. A formal, binding order is made at the conclusion of an inquiry.

The legislated authority for conducting an inquiry exists under section 69(1) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIP Act), section 77(1) of the Health Information Act (HIA) and section 50(1) of the Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA). Section 72(1) of the FOIP Act, section 80(1) of the HIA and section 52(1) of PIPA then provides the authority for the Commissioner to issue a formal order. 

Commissioner's Orders are listed by year and are posted shortly after they are issued to the applicants and respondents. Orders are also in the CanLII database, The Canadian Legal Information Institute, at www.canlii.org.

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On April 1, 2015, the OIPC discontinued its practice of publishing news releases for each order issued. Orders will continue to be posted on the OIPC website and online databases, and announced on Twitter (@ABoipc).

Although we make every effort to ensure that all information posted on our website is accurate and complete, we cannot guarantee its integrity. If there is any discrepancy between the information posted on our website and the original paper versions, the original paper document is authoritative.

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Order Date Body
F2017-58 Jul 7 2017 Edmonton Police Service
Summary: The Criminal Trial Lawyers' Association requested information relating to an investigation into the findings of misconduct by a judge against a member (Officer A) of the Edmonton Police Service. The... [More]
F2017-61 Jul 18 2017 Alberta Justice and Solicitor General
Summary: The applicants made separate access requests to Alberta Justice and Solicitor General for all records containing information relating to the requests for proposals and agreements with respect to... [More]
F2017-57 Jul 7 2017 Edmonton Police Service
Summary: The Criminal Trial Lawyers' Association requested information about an investigation conducted in relation to a member of the Edmonton Police Service. Other than portions of a disciplinary decision,... [More]
F2017-60 Jul 13 2017 Alberta Justice and Solicitor General
Summary: An individual made an access request to Alberta Justice and Solicitor General for a list of personnel, their titles and the organizational structure of the Civil Forfeiture Office. In its response,... [More]
F2017-56 Jul 7 2017 Alberta Justice and Solicitor General
Summary: The applicant made an access request to Alberta Justice and Solicitor General on March 15, 2016. Alberta Justice and Solicitor General acknowledged it did not respond to the applicant within the time... [More]
F2017-59 Jul 12 2017 Alberta Justice and Solicitor General
Summary: The applicant made a request for records relating to a complaint that he made to the Minister of Justice and Solicitor General which he had also copied to the Registrar of the Court of Appeal of... [More]
F2017-55 Jun 29 2017 Alberta Justice and Solicitor General
Summary: The applicant made an access request to Alberta Justice and Solicitor General for video surveillance of an incident that occurred on his unit at the Calgary Remand Centre. Alberta Justice and... [More]
F2017-54 Jun 16 2017 Alberta Emergency Management Agency
Summary: The applicant made an access request to the Alberta Emergency Management Agency (AEMA) for records containing information relating to the construction of berms during the flooding in High River in... [More]
F2017-53 Jun 16 2017 Alberta Health Services
Summary: An individual complained that Alberta Health Services (AHS) used her personal information in contravention of the FOIP Act when employees used information in her personnel file and her occupational... [More]
F2017-52 Jun 14 2017 Alberta Labour
Summary: An applicant made an access request to Alberta Labour on October 4, 2016. The applicant received a receipt of his request that same day. The applicant requested a review of the time taken by Alberta... [More]
F2017-51 May 31 2017 Alberta Health Services
Summary: The Adjudicator made decisions about information in a number of records that had been reserved for the final part of the inquiry (part two). The Adjudicator held that the names of third parties A, B... [More]
F2017-50 May 25 2017 Alberta Justice and Solicitor General
Summary: The applicant made an access request to Alberta Justice and Solicitor General on March 6, 2016. Alberta Justice and Solicitor General acknowledged it did not respond to the applicant within the time... [More]
F2017-49 May 24 2017 Summer Village of West Cove
Summary: An individual complained that the Summer Village of West Cove breached the FOIP Act when it reviewed her past expense claims and provided those claims to the RCMP for investigation. The Adjudicator... [More]
F2017-48 May 24 2017 Summer Village of West Cove
Summary: An individual complained that the Summer Village of West Cove breached the FOIP Act when it used her name and address from a petition and mailed her a letter asking questions about a petition she had... [More]
F2017-47 May 10 2017 City of Grande Prairie
Summary: The City of Grande Prairie had a bylaw requiring owners of tattoo parlours to provide a physician's certificate and a criminal record check before a business licence was issued. The complainant had... [More]
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