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Search the summaries of completed Access to Information (ATI) requests to find information about ATI requests previously made to the Government of Canada. If you find a summary of interest, you can request a copy of the records at no cost. For additional information, please see the “About Access to Information Requests” webpage.

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Found 238 record(s)

Req # A-2019-00057

VAC Policies, Procedures and Guidelines when a Veteran requests a new case manager.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

3 page(s)
November 2019

Req # A-2019-00059

Please provide all Task & Solutions Professional Services (TSPS) and Task Based Informatics Professional Services (TBIPS) Supply Arrangement (SA) contracts and Standing Offer (SO) callups issued in the National Capital Region for the months of April, May, June, July & August 2019. Please provide copies of contracts and callups. Our ideal method to receive these files would be on CD.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

82 page(s)
November 2019

Req # A-2019-00060

Please provide all Temporary Help Services (THS) Supply Arrangement (SA) and Standing Offer (SO) callups issued in the National Capital Region for the months April, May, June, July & August 2019. Please provide copies of contracts and callups. Our ideal method to receive these files would be on CD.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

9 page(s)
November 2019

Req # A-2019-00061

Please provide all ProServices contracts issued in the National Capital Region for the months of April, May, June, July & August 2019. Please provide copies of contracts. Our ideal method to receive these files would be on CD.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

175 page(s)
November 2019

Req # A-2019-00062

Provide the following briefing notes: “Veterans Affairs Canada Innovation Hub, 2019-07-25, Ref # SOC19-006013; “Final Level Grievance Step for the Bureau of Pension Advocates, 2019-05-10, Ref # CFOCS19-003913. Please provide records on an interim basis. Provide records electronically, via email.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

6 page(s)
November 2019

Req # A-2019-00063

Request for: – VAC medical directive 2 82 of December 1982 – Report of the special committee to study pension applications – Preliminary submission of Mr. H.C. Chadderton on the issue of the exceptional incapacity allowance – Submission of Mr. Brian N. Forbes on the issue of the exceptional incapacity allowance

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

80 page(s)
November 2019

Req # A-2019-00064

Clarification: Requesting all communications and files (electronic, email, hand written notes and hardcopy) regarding the decisions and recommendations to launch, cancel and then relaunch the processes and the communications with the applicants regarding same. For the following processes: 1. Ongoing VSTM: Référence number: DVA18J-017813-000542 Selection process number: 18-DVA-EA-WIN-334060 2. Previous VSTM competition: closed on date 2018-12-12 20:02 Eastern Time Advertisement Name: Veterans Service Team Manager Reference number: DVA17J-017813-000325 (17-DVA-EA-WIN-301706) 3. Case Manager: Reference number: DVA17J-016822-000049 Selection process number: 17-DVA-EA-WIN-292818 4. Advertisement Name: Case Manager Inventory: DVA17J-016822-000049 (17-DVA-EA-WIN-292818) Reference number: DVA18S-019383-000022 (17-DVA-EA-WIN-292818-027) Note: Please exclude the applications, testing and other assessment materials related to the applications.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

76 page(s)
November 2019

Req # A-2019-00065

I would like a copy of any legislated or VA internal policy in relation to time frames set out for the processing of claim/requests. Also for time frames for other requested or available services/assistance including but not limited to family support/financial/health programs requested by a Veteran or available to them. I also wish to receive a copy of the internal policy for the VIP programs and grounds for disruption of such service. Example a vet is approved for the program what policy stated it can either be stopped or cancelled and for what reasons and how is the Veteran to be alerted to this.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

0 page(s)
November 2019

Req # A-2019-00071

1) Information on the annual amount Veterans Affairs spent on medical cannabis between 2015-2019. 2) Information on the annual amount Veterans Affairs spent on opioids between 2015-2019. 3) Information on the number of Veterans with medical cannabis prescriptions/authorizations between 2015-2019. 4) Information on the reduction in other prescription drugs since Veterans started using medical cannabis (related to the below quote) Link:https//www.ctvnews.ca/health/injured-veterans-turning-to-medical-marijuana-in-increasing-numbers-1.4378456 “The number of Canadian Veterans that have turned to medical cannabis has increased in recent years from 1,700 in 2015 to over 10,000 in 2019. This has coincided with payouts for Veterans’ opioid prescriptions for fentanyl dropping by 85 per cent and oxycodone dropped by 75 per cent during that same period.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

21 page(s)
November 2019

Req # A-2019-00028

Requesting the travel expenses, hospitality receipts, and all other expenditures by the Minister of Veterans Affairs, Seamus O'Regan for the period from August 2017 until February 2019, as well as travel expenses, hospitality receipts and all other expenditures by the ministerial exempt staff during the same period.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

1471 page(s)
October 2019

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