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Your Access to Information and Protection of Privacy

Access to information is everyone's right

All City of Winnipeg information should, by default, be freely and proactively available to the public unless it contains information legally required to remain confidential. Beginning in September 2015, all Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA) requests that have granted access to information in full, or in part, that are NOT personal records or incident reports, will be published online and available to the public.

The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA), which has been in effect at the City of Winnipeg since 1998, provides for the legal right of access to records held by the City of Winnipeg and protects privacy and personal information by limiting the ways that personal information can be collected, used, and disseminated.

How does the City of Winnipeg protect personal information?
What is the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act?
Frequently asked questions and answers about Access to Information.

How to make a FIPPA application if you are seeking City records that are not available through the City's website or other means.
A monthly list of requests made to the City through The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Lists of records released proactively and through responses to requests made to the City through The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Last update: September 23, 2016