The City of Beaconsfield, being a public body, is subject to the Act respecting Access to documents held by public bodies and the Protection of personal information.

The right of access to documents applies to all documents held by the public body. However, certain restrictions apply with respect to the protection of personal information, impacts on public security, administrative or political decisions.

A request for access to a document must be addressed to the person in charge of access to documents within the City and must clearly indicate the nature and object of the request. You may submit a written request, in person or by mail at the following address:

Nathalie Libersan-Laniel
Person in charge of access to documents
City of Beaconsfield
303 Beaconsfield Boulevard
Beaconsfield (Québec) H9W 4A7

You may also send your request by email to nathalie.libersan-laniel@beaconsfield.ca or by fax at 514 428-4424.

The person in charge of access will then study the request and render a decision in writing.

The person in charge of access has 20 days to render a decision and if necessary, has the possibility of extending the delay by an additional 10 days. If you do not receive a reply by that time or if your request is denied, you may appeal the decision to the Commission d'accès à l'information:

Commission d'accès à l'information
480, Saint-Laurent, Suite 501
Montreal (Quebec) H2Y 3Y7
Telephone: 514 873-4196
www.cai.gouv.qc.ca

The request may be made in writing or orally, but only a decision on a written request may be reviewed by the Commission d'accès à l'information.