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Req # A-2017-003

a) A complete copy of the employment contract for professional services for the CCOHS Finance Unit which began on November 27, 2017. b) The total dollar value of this contract and the hourly rate the Contractor will be paid. c) Details as to how the Contractor was hired. d) If the Contractor was hired through a temporary staffing agency, provide the name of the agency. If not hired through a third party agency, indicate how this person was hired. e) A complete copy of the job description the Contractor was provided for the position filled.

Organization: Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety

9 page(s)
December 2017

Req # A-2017-004

a) A copy of the agreement reached between CCOHS and the Treasury Board that ended the claw-back of money CCOHS earned during a given fiscal year in which normally had to be returned to the federal government. b) Indicate the life of this agreement and whether it is renewed annually or at some other time. c) Provide an explanation of this contract and how it came to be. d) What motivated CCOHS to make this request to Treasury Board. e) What rationale did CCOHS provide to the Treasury Board that convinced them to agree to this and what conditions if any were added to this agreement which CCOHS must comply with. f) Explain if the Federal Government is reducing the amount of money they provide to CCOHS annually in exchange for allowing CCOHS to keep the money it earns. g) What is the agreement if CCOHS finds itself in a position where it is not earning enough money and has a shortfall, will the Federal Government halt its reduced financial commitments to CCOHS or possibly increase them? h) Provide the minutes and any other related documents where the subject of this agreement was discussed with the CCOHS Council of Governors since 2011.

Organization: Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety

53 page(s)
December 2017

Req # A-2017-00026

Under the Access to Information Act, I would like to obtain a summary of cyberattack/computer-based attack/computer intrusion incidents targeting your computer facilities/infrastructures at the Office of the Chief Electoral Officer that have been detected, by year, from 2010 to 2012, and obtain any incident reports, analyses and documents related to these cyberattacks produced to date.

Organization: Elections Canada

22 page(s)
December 2017

Req # A-2017-00029

All correspondence, reports and briefing notes relating to evidence of foreign funding in the 2006, 2008, 2011 and 2015 federal elections.

Organization: Elections Canada

15 page(s)
December 2017

Req # A-2017-00030

Provide a list of the number of settlements and the total amount of awards given for all cases of harassment, by year, for each year since 2010.

Organization: Elections Canada

0 page(s)
December 2017

Req # A-2017-00031

Please release all email correspondence that any of the following people have had with Stephen Zaluski of Justice Canada: Stéphane Perrault, Marc Mayrand, Michel Roussel, Karine Morin, Vivian Cousineau, Belaineh Deguefé, Hughes St-Pierre and Jacques Mailloux. I am requesting all emails in which any of the following words are mentioned anywhere in the email or the email chain. For greater clarity, the request includes emails that are part of email chains wherein any of the below terms are mentioned: Elections/Elections Canada, Commissioner of Canada Elections, Office of the Public Prosecutor, Political/campaign financing, Electoral reform/democratic reform, Electoral law, riding, constituency, EDA, party, Trudeau, Justin, Liberal(s) or Liberal Party or grits or Libs, Conservative(s) or Tory or Tories, NDP or New Democratic Party, Thomas/Tom Mulcair (including reference to first or last name), Justin Trudeau or Prime Minister Trudeau or JT or Justin, etc. (including reference to first or last name), Stephen Harper or Prime Minister Harper/SH/etc. or other titles (including reference to first or last name), Pierre Poilievre or PP or ministerial titles or other titles (including reference to first or last name), Maryam Monsef/MM/ministerial titles (including reference to first or last name), Fair Elections Act/Unfair Elections Act, or any mention of any past or present candidate for Parliament, by first name, last name, electoral district, or nickname (including reference to first or last name), any mention of any present or former member of Parliament (including reference to first or last name), any use of the word "government" or short form i.e. Gov, govt etc, Dean Del Mastro (including reference to first or last name). Date range is 2006 to present and do not search signature blocks for key words.

Organization: Elections Canada

0 page(s)
December 2017

Req # A-2015-00135

CLARIFICATION : All records on implementing the Real change commitments, which were those commitments made by the Liberal Party during the 2015 federal election. All records including: -Emails held by Director General and above (limit to the final email chain) -Briefing notes (final versions only) -Reports (final versions only) on implementing the 15 Real Change commitments assigned to the Minister of Veterans Affairs in his Mandate letter. -Include potential Cabinet confidence. All records on implementing the Real change commitments, which were those commitments made by the Liberal Party during the 2015 federal election. Include potential cabinet confidence. Please provide partial responses when information becomes available.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

67 page(s)
December 2017

Req # A-2017-00026

Obtain copies of all QP notes, QP cards and memoranda sent to the Minister responsible for Veterans Affairs Canada from March 1, 2017 to May 9, 2017. (Exclude cabinet confidences only). I do not want a list.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

394 page(s)
December 2017

Req # A-2017-00069

Copies of all reports, briefing notes, decks, memos and presentations dealing with the cost of holding this year's edition on the Invictus Games. Limit to records produced between January 1, 2017 and present (July 28, 2017)

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

70 page(s)
December 2017

Req # A-2017-00123

1. For the time period of 1990-2017, please provide the number of WW2 veterans that were paid the WW2 veterans War Allowance and related benefits including, but not limited to, the following: Assistance Fund; Health Care Benefits; Critical Injury Benefit; Disability benefits; Canadian Armed Forces Income Support; Earning Loss Benefit; Retirement Income Security Benefit; Supplementary Retirement Benefit, Benefits for Survivors; Family Caregiver Relief Benefit; and Treatment Benefits, collectively referred to as "The Benefits". 2. For the time period of 1990-2017, please provide the policy and/or policies that governed/governs WW2 veterans' entitlement to The Benefits. 3. How many Canadian born WW2 veterans were recognized as WW2 veterans between 1990 and 2017? I. Upon being recognized as Canadian WW2 veterans, when did each individual first receive their WW2 veterans War Allowance? What was the amount of each individuals WW2 veterans War Allowance? II. Which of The Benefits were they paid, if any? III. Was their WW2 veterans War Allowance ever stopped? If so, when or for what time period? Why was it stopped? If stopped, was the WW2 veterans War Allowance ever reinstated? If it was reinstated, for whom was the WW2 veterans War Allowance reinstated for? How many of these WW2 veterans were still alive by the time the veteran’s war allowance was reinstated for them (i.e. how many WW2 veterans died before the veteran’s war allowance was reinstated)? IV. Were The Benefits, or any single benefit, paid to these WW2 veterans ever stopped? If so, when or for what time period? Why was it stopped? If stopped, were The Benefits, or any single benefit ever reinstated? If they were reinstated, for whom were The Benefits reinstated for? How many of these WW2 veterans were still alive by the time The Benefits, or any single benefit, were reinstated for them (i.e. how many WW2 veterans died before The Benefits, or any single benefit, were reinstated)? 4. How many people from Europe, who later became Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents, were recognized as WW2 veterans between 1990 and 2017? Specifically, which European countries were these? I. Upon being recognized as Canadian WW2 veterans, when did each individual first receive their WW2 veterans War Allowance? What was the amount of each individuals WW2 veterans War Allowance? II. Which of The Benefits were they paid, if any? III. Was their WW2 veterans War allowance ever stopped? If so, when or for what time period? Why was it stopped? If stopped, was the WW2 veterans War Allowance ever reinstated? If it was reinstated, for whom was the WW2 veterans War Allowance reinstated for? How many of these WW2 veterans were still alive by the time the veteran’s war allowance was reinstated for them (i.e. how many WW2 veterans died before the veteran’s war allowance was reinstated)? IV. Were The Benefits, or any single benefit, paid to these WW2 veterans ever stopped? If so, when or for what time period? Why was it stopped? If stopped, were The Benefits, or any single benefit ever reinstated? If they were reinstated, for whom were The Benefits reinstated for? How many of these WW2 veterans were still alive by the time The Benefits, or any single benefit, were reinstated for them (i.e. how many WW2 veterans died before The Benefits, or any single benefit were reinstated)? 5. How many people from the Soviet-Union, who later became Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents, were recognized as Canadian WW2 veterans between 1990 and 2017? I. Upon being recognized as Canadian WW2 veterans, when did each individual first receive their WW2 veterans war Allowance? What was the amount of each individuals WW2 veterans War Allowance? II. Which of The Benefits were they paid, if any? III. Was their WW2 veteran’s war Allowance ever stopped? If so, when or for what time period? Why was it stopped? If stopped, was the WW2 veterans war Allowance ever reinstated? If it was reinstated, for whom was the WW2 veterans war Allowance reinstated for? How many of these WW2 veterans were still alive by the time the veteran’s war allowance was reinstated for them (i.e. how many WW2 veterans died before the veteran’s war allowance was reinstated)? IV. Were The Benefits, or any single benefit, paid to these WW2 veterans ever stopped? If so, when or for what time period? Why was it stopped? If stopped, were The Benefits, or any single benefit ever reinstated? If they were reinstated, for whom were The Benefits reinstated for? How many of these WW2 veterans were still alive by the time The Benefits, or any single benefit, were reinstated for them (i.e. how many WW2 veteran’s died before The Benefits, or any single benefit were reinstated)? 6. To date, how many Canadian born WW2 veterans are being paid the WW2 veterans War Allowance? 7. To date, how many Canadian born WW2 veterans are being paid The Benefits, or any single benefit? 8. To date, how many people from Europe, who later became Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents, are being paid the WW2 veterans war Allowance? 9. To date, how many people from Europe, who later became Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents, are being paid The Benefits, or any single benefit? 10. To date, how many people from the Soviet-Union, who later became Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents, are being paid the WW2 veterans War Allowance? 11. To date, how many people from the Soviet-Union, who later became Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents, are being paid The Benefits or any single benefit?

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

2909 page(s)
December 2017