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Requests to Disregard

2022

A request to disregard is made under section 55 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, section 87 of the Health Information Act and section 37 of the Personal Information Protection Act. Under those provisions, the Commissioner has the power to authorize a public body, health custodian and private sector organization to disregard access requests in certain circumstances.

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P2022-RTD-02 Apr 12 2022 Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
Summary: Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP requested authorization to disregard an access request made by an applicant. The Commissioner granted Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP authorization to disregard the... [More]
P2022-RTD-01 Apr 12 2022 Caron & Partners LLP
Summary: Caron & Partners LLP requested authorization to disregard an access request made by an applicant. The Commissioner granted Caron & Partners LLP authorization to disregard the applicant's access... [More]
F2022-RTD-03 Apr 7 2022 Town of Crossfield
Summary: The Town of Crossfield requested authorization to disregard an access request made by an applicant. The Commissioner dismissed the Town of Crossfield's request for authorization to disregard the... [More]
F2022-RTD-02 Apr 7 2022 Town of Crossfield
Summary: The Town of Crossfield requested authorization to disregard access requests made by an applicant. The Commissioner granted the Town of Crossfield authorization to disregard the access requests. The... [More]
F2022-RTD-01 Apr 5 2022 Edmonton School Division
Summary: Edmonton School Division (ESD) requested authorization to disregard six access requests, as well as any future access requests regarding the same issue, made by an applicant. The Commissioner granted... [More]
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