In Alberta, Canada the Municipal Government Act says:
180(1) A council may act only by resolution or bylaw.
Our council emerged from an in camera session and passed a resolution:
... that Council accept Administration's report on the Legal Claim Defense Statement as presented.
The report was presented in camera and they refuse to give me the report or statement.
If they can "act" by "approving"/"accepting" secret documents it seems to be an "end run" around MGA(180).
I thought that the main point of the Magna Carta was "no secret decrees".
Do I have a right to this information without recourse to FOI?