Directory of Personal Information Banks

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 Each Alberta government department is required to have a directory of personal information banks (PIBs) and make it available to the public. A personal information bank lists the type of personal information held by a public body. The public can view a personal information bank to get information about:
  • The title or name of the information bank;
  • The location of the information bank;
  • What kind of personal information is contained in the information bank;
  • What categories of individuals the information pertains to;
  • Why the information was collected and how it is used or disclosed; and
  • The legal authority for the collection of the information.
A personal information bank does not provide direct access to an individual’s records.
For further information on how to obtain personal records, contact :

Joanne Gardiner
Information Access and Protection
Service Alberta
T: 780-422-7326
Providing FOIP services on behalf of Agriculture and Forestry.

Note: The Directory of PIBs will updated as new information becomes available.

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This information published to the web on July 17, 2009.
Last Reviewed/Revised on November 7, 2018.