S-3.4 - Fire Safety Act

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127. The investigation report and the inquiry report are public, except the documents to be appended and the passages that are subject to an order banning disclosure, publication or release.
However, once the fire investigation commissioner has transmitted a report to the Minister and to the person who sent the notice of fire, the documents appended to the report, except for the report of a peace officer, become public and may be consulted by any person, unless the fire investigation commissioner considers it necessary to ban their disclosure, publication or release in the public interest, for the protection of a person’s privacy, reputation or right to a fair trial or because the information is confidential.
2000, c. 20, s. 127.