The following information is confidential and the proceedings of City Council or any committee of Council may be held in-camera for the purpose of obtaining or discussing such information
1. Information obtained in confidence either implicitly or explicitly from another level of government or another local authority.
2. Information, the release of which, could interfere or prejudice law enforcement or any lawful investigation or be injurious to the conduct of existing or anticipated legal proceedings.
3. A record which contains a draft bylaw or resolution.
4. In-Camera agendas or deliberations which include personal information.
5. Records which may contain:
(a) advice, proposals, recommendations, analysis or policy options developed by or for a local authority;
(b) consultations or deliberations involving officers or employees of the local authority;
(c) positions, plans, procedures, criteria or instructions developed for contractual or other negotiations by or on behalf of the local authority;
(d) plans that relate to the management of personnel or the administration of the local authority which have not been implemented; and
(e) information including proposed plans, policies or projects which may reasonably expect to result in disclosure of a pending policy or budgetary decision.
6. A record which could reasonably be expected to disclose:
(a) trade secrets;
(b) proprietary information;
(c) information obtained through research by an employee, the disclosure of which, could be reasonably expected to deprive the employee of priority of publication;
(d) information, the disclosure of which, could reasonably be expected to interfere with contractual or other negotiations;
(e) positions, plans, procedures, criteria or instructions developed for the purpose of contractual or other negotiations;
(f) information, the disclosure of which, could reasonably be expected to prejudice the economic interest of the local authority; and
(g) information, the disclosure of which, could reasonably be expected to result in an undue benefit or loss to a person.
7. Third party information, which includes trade secrets of a third party or other information supplied in confidence to a local authority by a third party.
8. Records that contain information relating to testing or auditing procedures or details of specific tests to be given or audits to be conducted, the disclosure of which could reasonably be expected to prejudice the use or results of the tests or audits.
9. Any record, the disclosure of which could threaten the safety or physical or mental health of an individual.
10. Records which contain information, which is subject to solicitor-client privilege.