Summaries of the Orders are prepared by Policy and Governance, Service Alberta.
Orders, New Releases, Summaries
University of Alberta properly refused to disclose third party personal information supplied in confidence. (The official Order number is F2002-030R.)
(University of Alberta) (Released January 29, 2003)
Commissoner finds that Alberta Government Services is authorized to collect criminal record checks for the automotive business licensing program.
(Alberta Government Services) (Released May 13, 2003)
Adjudicator finds that Alberta Children's Services reasonably exercised its discretion when it refused to disclose a draft report addressing day care issues in Alberta.
(Alberta Children's Services) (Released January 2, 2003)
Information and Privacy Commissioner's Office finds that the University of Calgary properly withheld a record containing confidential information about the applicant's suitability or qualifications for employment.
(University of Calgary) (Released October 16, 2003)
Information and Privacy Commissioner's Office finds that St. Michael's Extended Care Centre Society and St. Michael's Long Term Care Centre disclosed personal information in breach of the FOIP Act.
(St. Michael's Long Term Care Centre; St. Michael's Extended Care Centre Society) (Released January 23, 2004)
Adjudicator finds that he does not have jurisdiction over Solicitor General records requested by an applicant.
(Alberta Solicitor General) (Released November 20, 2002)
Information and Privacy Commissioner's Office upholds Alberta Environment's decision not to release investigation records.
(Alberta Environment) (Released January 20, 2003)
Adjudicator orders a partial fee waiver regarding an Applicant's request for personal information.
(Alberta Human Resources and Employment) (Released November 7, 2002)
Commissioner decides that FOIP Act applies to trial and docket sheets in the custody of Alberta Justice. [This Order was quashed on March 18, 2003 (Alberta Attorney General v. Krushell, ABQB 252).]
(Alberta Justice and Attorney General) (Released September 4, 2002)
Information and Privacy Commissioner's Office finds that Infrastructure properly refused to disclose records concerning contractual negotiations, advice from officials and related solicitor-client privilege.
(Alberta Infrastructure) (Released April 16, 2003)
Commissioner finds that the former Chief of the Lethbridge Police Service did not breach the FOIP Act regarding the disclosure of personal information.
(Lethbridge Police Service) (Released August 13, 2002)
Adjudicator decides that Alberta Learning did not properly exercise its discretion to withhold a portion of a student's finance file.
(Alberta Learning) (Released August 14, 2002)
Commissioner decides that Edmonton Public Schools reasonably exercised its discretion when it disclosed personal information to third parties.
(Edmonton Public Schools) (Released October 18, 2002)
Information and Privacy Commissioner's Office finds that Mount Royal College (MRC) properly refused to create electronic format records and to excuse fees assessed in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (the Act).
(Mount Royal College) (Released August 12, 2003)
Information and Privacy Commissioner's Office finds that The City of Calgary conducted adequate search for records concerning an equal opportunity complaint the Applicant brought against the City in 1992.
(The City of Calgary) (Released August 5, 2003)
Commissioner upholds decision of Calgary Health Region to withhold records relating to a review of a physician.
(Calgary Health Region) (Released November 10, 2003)
Commissioner orders Municipality of Crowsnest Pass to do a further search of records.
(Municipality of Crowsnest Pass) (Released July 29, 2002)
Commissioner finds that Alberta Transportation conducted an adequate search for records.
(Alberta Transportation) (Released January 17, 2003)
Commissioner decides that parent cannot get access to son's English 10-H exam under the FOIP Act.
(Calgary Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 1) (Released July 3, 2002)
Adjudicator orders disclosure of hunting allocation information.
(Alberta Sustainable Resource Development) (Released December 23, 2002)
Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner confirms Alberta Learning's decision to withhold personal information related to a complaint made by a third party about the welfare of a special-needs student at a specific school.
(Alberta Learning) (Released September 22, 2003)
Adjudicator releases Order F2002-009 confirming that The Banff Centre fulfilled its duty to assist an applicant concerning records in the applicant's personnel file.
(The Banff Centre) (Released January 8, 2003)
Adjudicator confirms City of Calgary decision to refuse to disclose notes made during an employment reference check because the notes contained confidential evaluations.
(City of Calgary) (Released January 6, 2003)
Commissioner orders no disclosure of solicitors' statements of account.
(Alberta Justice) (Released September 26, 2002)
Adjudicator finds Alberta Human Resources and Employment has control of report within the custody of Alberta Forest Products Association.
(Alberta Human Resources and Employment) (Released October 3, 2002)
Adjudicator finds that the County is not required to create records in format favored by Applicant.
(County of Thorhild No. 7) (Released August 8, 2002)
Commissioner decides that FOIP Act does not apply to employee complaint records that may exist in the Court of Appeal.
(Alberta Justice) (Released September 4, 2002)
Adjudicator confirms $25.00 initial fee charged to an Applicant by the Town of Ponoka for records concerning a development application.
(Town of Ponoka) (Released November 5, 2002)
Adjudicator orders no disclosure of most of company's information submitted in request for proposal process.
(Alberta Environment) (Released July 11, 2002)
Adjudicator upholds EPS disclosures of personal information within a criminal investigation.
(Edmonton Police Service) (Released April 5, 2002)