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Freedom of Information
Freedom of Information & Protection of Privacy (FOIP)
The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIP Act) is provincial legislation established to control the manner in which the Town collects, utilizes and discloses personal information. The FOIP Act allows any citizen right of access to records and personal information, subject to some exceptions.
Public bodies in Alberta must comply with the FOIP Act when collecting and/or disclosing information. FOIP aims to strike a balance between the public's right to know and the individual's right to privacy, in regards to information held by the Town.
In accordance with legislation within the FOIP Act, Council has appointed the Town's FOIP Head and a FOIP Coordinator, who handle official FOIP requests.
Personal Information Banks
FOIP legislation states that a public body must publish a directory listing its personal information banks. Section 87(5) of the FOIP Act defines "Personal Information Bank" as: "a collection of personal information that is organized or retrievable by the name of an individual or by an identifying number, symbol or other particular assigned to an individual."
Under the FOIP Act, any person has the right to request information that is in the custody and control of the Town of Stony Plain, including his or her own personal information. Individuals may also request a correction of their personal information, if it is inexact, ambiguous or incomplete.
The FOIP Coordinator can help determine whether the records(s) you wish to access are available and can explain to you the process for submitting a FOIP request. If you are not sure if your request falls under the FOIP Act, please contact the FOIP Coordinator at (780) 963-8608.
Submitting a FOIP Request
To make a request for information under the FOIP Act, download and complete a FOIP Request Form (-1.3MB), and return it by mail or fax to:
Town of Stony Plain
4905 - 51 Avenue
Stony Plain, AB T7Z 1Y1
A FOIP Request Form (-1.3MB) can also be picked up at the Town office during regular business hours (8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, excluding holidays).
Fees and Charges
While there is no charge to obtain your personal information, fees may be charged for reproduction (such as photocopying or printing). If you submit a request for general information, there may be additional charges for locating, retrieving, preparing and handling the record for disclosure. Current Fees and Charges (-17.13KB)
The FOIP Act requires public bodies to respond within 30 calendar days of receiving a request. The response will either provide the requested information or explain why the information is not being disclosed. In the case of a request for correction of personal information, the response will either state that the correction has been made or advise that the record has not been corrected but has been annotated. The 30-day deadline may be extended if, for example, large volumes of records are involved or if third parties need to be consulted.
More information regarding the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act is available at http://foip.gov.ab.ca.
- FOIP Coordinator
Town of Stony Plain
4905 - 51 Avenue
Stony Plain, Alberta T7Z 1Y1
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