MPDA members in Saskatchewan appealed the Sask. government’s FIPPA decision on information he requested from MARs

One of our MPDA members in Saskatchewan appealed the Sask. government’s FIPPA decision on information he requested from MARs. It was ruled in his favour: see below letter:

This link: https://www.canlii.org/en/sk/skipc/  may be of interest to those of us who use MARs in Sask and iMaqs in Manitoba.

Summary: “The Applicant appealed to the Information and Privacy Commissioner (IPC) when he was dissatisfied with the Ministry of Economy’s (Economy) response to his access to information request. Economy had provided the Applicant with records from a registry that was partially severed. The IPC found that The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act does not apply to the information that is publicly available.