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Kettle Creek Conservation Authority

Freedom of Information

The Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA) establishes a right of access to municipal government information and a restriction on the collection of personal information and its disclosure. MFIPPA determines what information is made available to the public and how it is made available.

The two main purposes of MFIPPA are:

  1. To provide the right of access to information held by institutions, subject to limited and specific exemptions.
  2. To protect the privacy of individuals with respect to their personal information held by government institutions.

The Act does not interfere with the present open disclosure practice of the Authority and cannot be used to access information already available to the public.

You may request access to general records or personal information (information about yourself) or request a correction to personal information.

Download a Request for Freedom of Information Request Form and submit the completed form by email or in person:

Freedom of Information Coordinator
Kettle Creek Conservation Authority
44015 Ferguson Line
St. Thomas, ON N0L 1B0

Requests must be made in writing and submitted with the appropriate fee to KCCA’s Freedom of Information and Privacy Coordinator. A $5.00 application fee is required for all requests. You must submit your payment along with your request.

Payment can be made by any of the following options:

  • Cash, in person
  • Cheque payable to Grand River Conservation Authority
  • Credit card, phone or in person (AMEX and VisaDebit are not accepted)

Additional fees may apply.

Photographic and Video Monitoring and Surveillance Policy

The purpose of this document is to identify Kettle Creek Conservation Authority’s (KCCA) policies related to the use of Photographic and Video Monitoring and Surveillance Systems and Photographic and Video Monitoring and Surveillance Records. KCCA regularly collects a wide variety of information in a number of different formats for the purposes of carrying out its mandate under the Conservation Authorities Act. The information available through the use of video surveillance equipment can provide a wealth of data that can support this mandate. KCCA developed this set of policies to clearly identify its authority to collect information through the use of video surveillance equipment and limitations on its use.

Photographic and Video Monitoring and Surveillance Policy

Staff Contact

Jessica Kirschner
Corporate Services Coordinator
519-631-1270 ext. 223

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