Other Decisions : Preliminary & Jursidictional Issues

British Columbia. Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner

Number of resources: 57

  1. 2010
    1. Summary: Commissioner is satisfied that the Ministry has custody and control, and the College of Pharmacists has control, of a machine-readable PharmaNet record from which the requested record can be created.Senior Adjudicator finds that the Commissioner has the authority to investigate the Ministry of Education’s exercise of discretion in deciding not to renew a research agreement.
    2. Summary: Commissioner is satisfied that the Ministry has custody and control, and the College of Pharmacists has control, of a machine-readable PharmaNet record from which the requested record can be created.Adjudicator's decision that new evidence does not meet the test for re-opening Order F08-13. Other issues raised on the judicial reviews also do not trigger re-opening. Consideration of remaining records could proceed if order were not stayed.
    3. Summary: Commissioner is satisfied that the Ministry has custody and control, and the College of Pharmacists has control, of a machine-readable PharmaNet record from which the requested record can be created.Adjudicator’s ruling that Ministry properly disclosed personal information to credit agency under s. 33.1 of FIPPA.
    4. Summary: Commissioner is satisfied that the Ministry has custody and control, and the College of Pharmacists has control, of a machine-readable PharmaNet record from which the requested record can be created.Adjudicator's decision that notes are not in the custody or under the control of UBC. Hearing will not proceed on whether UBC met its duty to assist under s.6 of FIPPA.
  2. 2009
    1. Summary: Commissioner is satisfied that the Ministry has custody and control, and the College of Pharmacists has control, of a machine-readable PharmaNet record from which the requested record can be created.Adjudicator's ruling on whether Providence Health Care Society is a public body under FIPPA.
    2. Summary: Commissioner is satisfied that the Ministry has custody and control, and the College of Pharmacists has control, of a machine-readable PharmaNet record from which the requested record can be created.Commissioner's decision on public body's argument that an access applicant is not an "appropriate person."
  3. 2008
    1. Summary: Commissioner is satisfied that the Ministry has custody and control, and the College of Pharmacists has control, of a machine-readable PharmaNet record from which the requested record can be created.Commissioner's decision on effect of third party requests for review.
    2. Summary: Commissioner is satisfied that the Ministry has custody and control, and the College of Pharmacists has control, of a machine-readable PharmaNet record from which the requested record can be created.Senior Adjudicator's ruling on applicant's request to expand the scope of an inquiry at the inquiry stage.
  4. 2007
    1. Summary: Commissioner is satisfied that the Ministry has custody and control, and the College of Pharmacists has control, of a machine-readable PharmaNet record from which the requested record can be created.Commissioner's ruling on public body's request to add a late exception.
  5. 2006
    1. Summary: Commissioner is satisfied that the Ministry has custody and control, and the College of Pharmacists has control, of a machine-readable PharmaNet record from which the requested record can be created.Commissioner’s ruling on attempt by unions representing third-party teacher to argue applicability of discretionary disclosure exceptions not applied by the public body.
    2. Summary: Commissioner is satisfied that the Ministry has custody and control, and the College of Pharmacists has control, of a machine-readable PharmaNet record from which the requested record can be created.Commissioner's ruling on jurisdiction to hold an inquiry on records and correspondence submitted to a Special Committee of the Legislative Assembly held by the Office of the Clerk of Committees of the Legislative Assembly.
    3. Summary: Commissioner is satisfied that the Ministry has custody and control, and the College of Pharmacists has control, of a machine-readable PharmaNet record from which the requested record can be created.Commissioner's ruling on admissibility of expert evidence regarding s. 17 and s. 21 harm.
  6. 2003
    1. Summary: Commissioner's decision on reconsideration of earlier decisions by his delegates to grant the WOF an extension of time, under s. 53(2)(b).
    2. Summary: Ruling regarding application of s. 3(1)(h) to certain defence funding records.
  7. 2002
    1. Summary: Commissioner is satisfied that the Ministry has custody and control, and the College of Pharmacists has control, of a machine-readable PharmaNet record from which the requested record can be created.
    2. Summary: Decision to deny the request by the Guide Outfitters Association and two guides to re-open the inquiry leading to Order 01-52.
  8. 2001
    1. Summary: Denial of request by applicant's counsel to review in camera submissions and affidavits and to review unsevered copies of the records in dispute.
    2. Summary: Advice that Elections BC has no authority or reason to request lists of residents from residential care homes for purposes of voter registration, although homes may provide such lists with residents' consent.
    3. Summary: Decision to proceed with inquiry using a delegate after considering objections by CPR (third party) that the Commissioner is biased and objections to including, Translink, the public body as a party.
  9. 2000
    1. Summary: Decision that certain records of the Police Complaint Commissioner are excluded from the scope of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act by s. 3(1)(c) of that Act.
    2. Summary: Decision that Commissioner does not have jurisdiction to proceed with an inquiry regarding certain records in the custody or under the control of the Police Complaint Commissioner, on the grounds that they are excluded from the scope of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act by s. 66.1 of the Police Act.
    3. Summary: Dismissal of complaint about ICBC including a driver's weight on driver's license.
    4. Summary: Decision that there is no issue remaining for Commissioner to determine in an applicant's request for review of a decision by the Vancouver Police Department.
    5. Summary: Decision that the Commissioner does not have jurisdiction to proceed with an inquiry regarding an applicant's request for review of the BC Police Complaints Commission's search for requested records, on the grounds that the BC Police Complaints Commission was not a public body under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act at the time of the request.