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Privacy breaches

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:

  1. No​tify the Access and Privacy section at The City.

    and/or

  2. 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.

Email: FOIP@calgary.ca​

Mail:
FOIP Coordinator, Access and Privacy
The City of Calgary #8007F
PO Box 2100, Station M
Calgary, Alberta T2P 2M5

Fax: 403-476-4102

Phone: 403-268-5861 ext. 2

 

Report a privacy breach to OIPC


Report a privacy breach to the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta (OIPC)​

 

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Protecting your privacy

​​Learn how The City protects your privacy.

Privacy breaches

​​Learn about privacy breaches and report a privacy breach.​

Access to information

​The City aims to show accountability and transparency by releasing information.

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