Freedom of Information

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Section 71(1) of the Act states certain records must be available聽to the public without a request for access. Those records can be found here.

Directory of Personal Information Banks

One of the important ways in which the district seeks to ensure appropriate accountability, transparency, and protection of personal information is to make available an inventory or directory of the different collections of personal information (or personal information banks) that it maintains.

The development of a personal information directory (PID) by the district is addressed in Section 69(6) of FIPPA, which provides for the creation by the district of a PID listing all collections of personal information (referred to as 鈥減ersonal information banks鈥) it maintains. A PID is also to include certain specific information about each personal information bank maintained by the district. More information on the district鈥檚 PID can be found here.

Any questions about the collection of personal information or the contents of this PID and all requests for access to information should be directed to Mr. Khunguray. Further information about how the district collects, uses, and discloses personal information can be found in district Policy 4.00: Collection, Management, Security of and Access to Information Records that is available on the district website at:

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