Anyone can make a request for information regarding both federal and provincial government activities using the Freedom of Information process. This includes individual citizens, groups and journalists. Understanding the process makes for more effective information gathering, often resulting in easier acquisition of hidden information. 


The PEI Citizens' Alliance hosted a workshop on accessing government information under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy  Act (FOIPP) on February 16, 2013.

Representatives from the FOIPP Commission, the PEI Justice Department and private citizens who have accessed information under the Act presented.

   LINKS

http://www.gov.pe.ca/jps/index.php3?number=1024336&lang=E

PEI Provincial Government page on Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy


www.assembly.pe.ca/index.php3?number=1013943

Provincial website for the information and privacy commissioner


www.righttoknow.ca/en/content/default.asp

Right to Know (RTK) is a day dedicated to the promotion of freedom of information worldwide. This website is a portal to all jurisdictions across the country mandated to address complaints about access to information.


www.cbc.ca/thesundayedition/shows/2013/02/10/information-commissioner-suzanne-legault-hr-2/

CBC The Sunday Edition: interview with Information Commissioner Suzanne Legault


Feb 16 2013 Community Workshop.pptx
Powerpoint presentation from PEI Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner