A privacy breach is personal information at The City that has been disclosed, used, collected or destroyed without proper authorization. This can involve a loss of, unauthorized access to, or unauthorized disclosure of personal information.
If you feel that The City has breached your privacy, you have the right to:
- Notify the Access and Privacy section at The City.
- Notify the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner (OIPC) of Alberta. If a privacy breach is investigated by the OIPC, the OIPC will issue a Report of Findings and provide recommendations. Please note that the OIPC report may be published online.
Report a privacy breach to The City
Privacy breaches can be reported to The City's Access and Privacy section. Please include any supporting evidence to support your allegation of a privacy breach.
FOIP Coordinator, Access and Privacy
The City of Calgary #8007F
PO Box 2100, Station M
Calgary, Alberta T2P 2M5
Phone: 403-268-5861 ext. 2
Report a privacy breach to OIPC
Information access and privacy topics
Protecting your privacy
Learn how The City protects your privacy.
Learn about privacy breaches and report a privacy breach.
Access to information
The City aims to show accountability and transparency by releasing information.
Office of the Information & Privacy Commissioner of Alberta
Provides review, investigation and resolution of decisions on information requests and privacy complaints.
Service Alberta - FOIP
Provides information and resources that assist in the compliance of Alberta's FOIP Act.
Health Information Act
Provides the rules governing and protecting personal health information in the custody or under the control of a custodian.
Calgary Police Service - FOIP
Provides access to information under the custody or under the control of Calgary Police Service.