The goal of Open information is to provide easy access to all of the Government of Canada’s information. This provides Canadians with greater transparency of government programs, activities, publications and spending.
Search through our Open Information Portal.
Learn more about the Canada’s Access to Information (ATI) legislation, search through completed ATI summaries, and make an informal ATI request.
Search through the expenditure database, Quarterly Financial Reports and other information the Government of Canada proactively discloses to ensure that Canadians and Parliament are better able to hold the Government to account.
Browse reports that have been proactively disclosed by departments and agencies, including financial, human resources and government operations information.
Explore working documents provided by four Government of Canada departments as part of our commitment to making government more open and transparent.
Learn more about the Government of Canada’s Service Strategy and explore the work being done by to make service delivery more responsive, accurate and efficient.
Information about how the government spends and manages money, includes links to the federal budget, estimates publications and appropriation acts.
The Federal Science Library (FSL) is a one-stop, self-serve portal where you can access library services and search the print collections and repositories of seven science-based departments and agencies from a single place.
Includes a listing of links, by organization, to information about anticipated regulatory changes or proposals that departments or agencies intend to bring forward within a given timeframe.
Find the latest information on all government finances, people and results.
Browse Government of Canada active and completed experiments, searchable by government category, type of experimental design, and research question, among others.