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Freedom of Information

Freedom of Information

The Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA) provides a right of access to information for records in the custody and control of the Municipality, with certain limitations in order to protect personal and sensitive information.

Before submitting a Freedom of Information request, contact the Municipality to see if the information is already available.

How to apply for access to information

You can request information by filling out a Freedom of Information Application form. You must also pay a $5 fee.

Submit your completed request to the Clerk's Office.

The Clerk has 30 days to respond to Freedom of Information requests.

Additional fees may apply depending on the request. 

Can a Freedom of Information Request be Refused?

An institution may refuse access to a record or part of a record in accordance with the Exceptions in MFIPPA.

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