A member of the public is anyone who wants to access their government. This is someone who wants to attend a meeting or read a record.
For the Right to Know to work in practice, all the stakeholders must play their parts properly. Members of the public exercise their Right to Know when they attend meetings of public officials and obtain records from public administrators.
Here are How To Guides to help members of the public to improve how they exercise their Right to Know:
- How to attend and participate in a public meeting.
- How to request a public record.
- How to enforce your Right to Know.