Every person has the right, on an application made pursuant to The Local Authority Freedom of Information and Protection Act (LAFOIP), to have access to certain records that are in the possession or under the control of a local authority, which includes the Town of Kindersley. In order to access records that are in the possession of a local authority an individual must make an application. The application must be in the prescribed LAFOIP form, Form A: Access to Information Request Form, which can be found online. The form must include the specific subject matter of the record requested with sufficient particularity as to the time, place and event to allow the local authority to identify the record. Not all records can be accessed. Certain records, including but not limited to records with personal information of employees or others, draft bylaws or resolutions, and prescribed confidential records, are not required to be produced by the local authority. A fee must be paid at the time a LAFOIP application is made. The fee is generally $20 per request, but can be more depending upon the nature of the request. No fees are payable if the request for information is refused by the local authority.