can i have information without probability?
As Mr.F said, its too vague. Is it a philosophical discussion? Or are you talking about the information theory's definition about probability?
$\displaystyle I = \log \frac1{p}$ is the probability based way to define information. This link will explain it better, perhaps.
If we are talking Fisher information the answer is no as it is about random variables. The same is true of Shannon Information Entropy.
RonL
From Probability and Mathematical Statistics: Kazimierz Urbanik (1930-2005)
...Since 1961, Urbanik made several attempts to define information without probability theory. These efforts finally bore fruit in 1972, when he proposed new axioms....