Michael McEvoy, Information and Privacy Commissioner and Registrar of Lobbyists
The Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner monitors and enforces compliance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and the Personal Information Protection Act. An independent officer of the Legislature, the Information and Privacy Commissioner conducts reviews of access to information requests, investigates complaints, initiates investigations or audits in the public interest, monitors compliance with the Acts, comments on the access and privacy implications of proposed legislation or policy, and promotes freedom of information and protection of privacy principles through public education and outreach. The Commissioner is also designated the Registrar of Lobbyists pursuant to the Lobbyist Registration Act, and is responsible for maintaining the Lobbyists Registry and enforcing the legislative requirement for lobbyists to register.
Contact Information – Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner
Contact Information – Office of the Registrar of Lobbyists