London City Council has voted to start recording their closed-door meetings.
Council voted 13-1 on Tuesday in favour of the plan, with only Ward 10 Councillor Virginia Ridley voting against it. Councillor Jared Zaifman was absent.
The motion was approved unamimously last week by a City Committee and came three years after former Ontario Ombudsman Andre Marin suggested they do it.
Currently closed-door meetings are only transcribed, the written notes and recordings would not be made public.
They will only be used if the Ombudsman is called in to investigate a matter.