Completed Access to Information Requests

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Search the summaries of completed Access to Information (ATI) requests to find information about ATI requests made to the Government of Canada after January 2020. If you find a summary of interest, you can request a copy of the records at no cost using the form below each summary. Requests made through this form are considered informal requests and are not subject to the same requirements as requests under the Access to Information Act (ATIA). For additional information, please see the “About Access to Information Requests” webpage.

If you don’t find what you are looking for you can request additional government records under an institution’s control by contacting the institution’s Access to Information and Privacy Coordinator or by submitting a formal access to information request.

*All information provided will incorporate the necessary exemptions and exclusions as per the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act.

Download datasets of the summaries of completed access to information requests.

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Found 58939 record(s)

Req # A-2023-00006

Copy of the Canadian Nuclear Laboratories Annual Program of Work and Budget for the year 2023-24

Organization: Atomic Energy of Canada Limited

245 page(s)
January 2024

Req # A-2023-00029

Records relating to the 1976 airborne survey of the Port Hope area

Organization: Atomic Energy of Canada Limited

326 page(s)
January 2024

Req # ATI2024-027

“I would like to obtain all written documents, including official directives and/or internal memos, or any other document of any nature which mentions and refers to the following subjects: the conditions under which a company and/or a person (natural or legal) must meet to obtain a loan, advance, subsidy or any amount granted by Business Development Bank of Canada and also, the conditions under which a company and/or a person (natural or legal) must meet to obtain a release or release from liability from the advance (including guarantees or personal loan guarantees), the subsidy or any other amount granted by BDC.”

Organization: Business Development Bank of Canada

9 page(s)
January 2024

Req # A-2016-00131

In the recently released Report from the Ministerial Panel for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project, the Panel states at p.3: In preparation for the public meetings, the panel had direct briefings from the proponent, Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC; from the NEB; and from Alberta Premier Rachel Notley, Trans Mountain, whose staff members attended all public sessions, also submitted a series of issue sheets to the panel’s online portal, addressing questions that had been raised during public sessions. This request is for the following records: - All records, including but not limited to; briefing documents, meeting minutes, meeting notes, and correspondence related to the Ministerial Panel’s: Briefing s with Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC, Kinder Morgan Canada and any Kinder Morgan Inc. affiliate; Briefings from the NEB; and Briefings with Alberta Premier Rachel Notley and the Alberta government; - All issue sheets submitted by Trans Mountain referenced above.

Organization: Canada Energy Regulator

275 page(s)
January 2024

Req # A-2023-00019

CER IO Inspection Records for TMX, I'd like to have copies of all Compliance Verification field activity reports that CER Inspection Officers have conducted on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project from January 1, 2018, to present day.

Organization: Canada Energy Regulator

1837 page(s)
January 2024

Req # A-2024-012

Presentation slides about the CIB's Water and Wastewater Initiative providing background information about the program.

Organization: Canada Infrastructure Bank

49 page(s)
January 2024

Req # AF-2023-00027

In 2018, Laurentian Bank of Canada ("LBC") repurchased mortgage loans that it allegedly had inadvertently insured and sold into Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation’s (“CMHC”) securitization programs. LBC’s repurchased mortgage loans represented a total dollar amount of 223M$. We seek to understand the greater context within which those repurchases fit into CMHC’s securitization activities, inclusive of those of Canada Housing Trust (“CHT”). Thus, we hereby request, under the Access to Information Act, information concerning CMHC’s securitization activities under both the National Housing Act Mortgage-Backed Securities (“MBS”) and Canada Mortgage Bonds (“CMB”) programs. For greater clarity, each request where CMHC’s activities are concerned shall include those of CHT as well. Likewise, each requests concerning MBS activities shall concern both of CMHC’s aforementioned programs. More specifically, we request the following information: 1.Copies of ineligible loan repurchase initial requests (via email, letter, etc.) sent to issuers by CMHC in 2017 and 2018; 2.Copies of advance notices of ineligible loan repurchases (via email, letter, etc.) sent by issuers to CMHC in 2017 and 2018; 3.Copies of reports prepared by CMHC regarding loan sample reviews conducted in 2017 and 2018. Should the identity of an issuer need to be protected by CMHC, we request that the information be provided in an anonymized manner. Please note that we prefer to receive the relevant documents in electronic form, if possible.

Organization: Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

398 page(s)
January 2024

Req # AF-2023-00054

All records - including but not limited to briefing materials, memos, presentation decks and correspondence - analyzing or discussing Bill C-356, tabled in the House of Commons on Sept. 20, 2023, including records generated prior to the tabling of the bill but after Sept. 13, 2023 when it was announced.

Organization: Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

30 page(s)
January 2024

Req # AF-2023-00074

The titles and numbers for all briefing notes to the minister or to the president/CEO from July 1, 2023, to the present.

Organization: Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

17 page(s)
January 2024

Req # AF-2023-00079

Any study or report outlining how the government determined housing start outcomes from its Housing Accelerator Fund program.

Organization: Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

0 page(s)
January 2024

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