Open Data Directive
Ontario’s Open Data Directive maximizes access to government data. It requires the data we hold to be made public unless it is exempt from release. Exemptions may be for legal, privacy, security, confidentiality or commercially sensitive reasons.
We support the commitment to openness, accountability and transparency through the Open Data Directive. Our data inventory lists all of our current data sets and identifies the ones that are exempt from release:
Data Inventory (French)
To request a specific data set, email the Legal and Privacy Office.
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