Personal information collected about individuals is limited to that information necessary for the provision of services and programs and the proper administration of the library.
Your Right to Access
You have the right to request access to general library records and access to personal information (information about yourself) held by the Library. You may also request a correction to personal information. Your identity will need to be confirmed before you are provided with access to your personal information.
How to Make a Formal Information Access Request
CEO & Chief Librarian
London Public Library
251 Dundas Street
London Public Library charges fees for requests as outlined in the MFIPPA Regulations. Such fees may include search/retrieval time, photocopying charges and time spent preparing records for disclosure.
How to Correct Your Personal Information Held by the Library
If you believe there is an error or omission in your personal information, you have the right to request correction of your personal information held by the Library. Staff in any branch location will help you correct personal information. This will be done free of charge.