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Found 6 record(s)

Nothing to report this month

Organization: Canadian Commercial Corporation

December 2017

Req # CCC201700294

“Any and all information and materials including but not limited to emails, memos, hand written notes, correspondence, internal communications, reports, records, briefing notes, minutes, and background documents relating to the effect the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) may have on the Canadian Commercial Corporation. I would like all information in the formats referenced above containing any reference to the United Nations (ATT) as well as any reference to the Department of National Defence having to adjust their import or export controls as a result of the UN Arms Trade Treaty. More specifically I would like to request any information in the formats listed above, in which officials within the Canadian Commercial Corporation or the Department of National Defence discuss the term or definition of "broker" and how possible changes to the Export and Import Permits Act could impact the operations of the Canadian Commercial Corporation. As well, I would like to request copies of any communication between the current and past Minister of Foreign Affairs (including staff) regarding the UN Arms Trade Treaty, but more specifically pertaining to the discussion over whether or not the Canadian Commercial Corporation is considered to be an "arms broker" or a "trade entity”. Timeframe requested is from November 4, 2015 to May 8, 2017.

Organization: Canadian Commercial Corporation

238 page(s)
November 2017

Nothing to report this month

Organization: Canadian Commercial Corporation

October 2017

Req # CCC201700295

"the list of all suppliers of military goods to the Canadian Commercial Corporation for the fiscal year period ended March 31, 2017. For each supplier I request the address of the supplier and the value amount of all military contracts for each product category for each customer country. I also request a total figure for each supplier by product category and country, that is, the sum of the values of all contracts of the same product category for a given supplier and for a given country."

Organization: Canadian Commercial Corporation

36 page(s)
September 2017

Req # CCC201700297

Every record without limitation or restriction, relating to, associated with, in connection, or in respect of, a) the processing of Access to Information Act Request CCC-17-001 (your file CCC201700296), and b) the development of the summary of the completed request.

Organization: Canadian Commercial Corporation

18 page(s)
September 2017

Req # CCC201600266

"A copy of all Certifications for the sale of armoured vehicles between Jan 1 2005 and Nov 3 2016."

Organization: Canadian Commercial Corporation

167 page(s)
July 2017