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 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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Organization: St. John's Port Authority

February 2020

Req # A-2016-04036

Phase 2 of A-2013-16444 : Records from January 1, 2014 to March 23, 2016 of emails belonging to Julie Thibodeau.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

254 page(s)
January 2020

Req # A-2019-21952

Records from August 1 to December 9, 2019 provided to both former Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Ralph Goodale and his successor Bill Blair regarding Patrik Mathews, a former army reservist with alleged neo-nazi ties. This includes any emails or documents involving briefing information, briefing books and discussion about media lines and requests.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

0 page(s)
January 2020

Req # A-2016-06201

Records from January 1, 2003 to May 5, 2016 related to: Reports and referrals made under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) s. 44(1) and (2) in relation to allegations of inadmissibility under IRPA s. 34, 35, and/or 37 due to alleged association with members of the former Union of Soviet Socialite Republics (USSR) Committee for State Security (KGB). Furthermore all requests and applications for ministerial relief pursuant to s. 34(2) and s. 42.1(1) of IRPA made by those alleged or found to be inadmissible due to association with the KGB. This includes the number of these requests or applications currently pending, including the year the request or application was initially submitted. Additionally records of all operational and policy discussions; policies; directives; research and other memoranda, including but not limited to: records related to the production of a March 2004 report "KGB: Executive Summary" prepared by Special Investigations Officer Jesse Davidson; inter-office discussions related to policy considerations in dealing with former KGB officers; meetings and communications; email headers and emails; and training materials related to KGB-related inadmissibility reports and referrals.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

70 page(s)
January 2020

Req # A-2016-07028

The following Briefing Notes: 16-00504 - Briefing material for the visit by Commissioner Quaedvlieg (Australian Border Force) to the Canada Border Services Agency; 16-00593 - Information Memorandum to the Vice President, Programs Engagement with China; 16-00697 - Memorandum of Understanding between the Canada Border Services Agency and the Correctional Service of Canada; 16-00859 - Material for the February 25, 2016 Meeting on Information Sharing; 16-00895 - Minister’s Hot Issue Notes; 16-00960 - Deputy Minister's National Security Committee.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

24 page(s)
January 2020

Req # A-2016-13039

The following Briefing Notes: 16-00476 - Mutual Recognition Arrangement Prioritization, Privacy, and Engagement with China; 16-00593 - Information Memo to the Vice President: Programs Engagement with China; 16-00617 - 13th Annual Canada/China Working Group on Law Enforcement; 16-00981 - President’s Office Tasking: For the Minister: Update on Work with China; 16-01683 - Memorandum on the Access to Information and Privacy Compliance and Backlog; 15-01917 - Operation Steel Border; 16-01947 - Small and/or Remote Ports of Entry Service Delivery Framework; 16-01948 - 2014-2015 Report on the Beyond the Border Action Plan Horizontal Initiative; 16-01950 - International to Domestic Baggage Connection Process; 16-02075 - Proposed Amendment to the Surveillance Policy; 16-02083 - For Approval: Federal Bureau of Investigation and Canada Border Services Agency Memorandum of Understanding Implementation; 16-02195 - Status of the Access to Information and Privacy’s Review of Transition Documents; 16-02538 CBSA - Trends Report - for 2015-2016; 16-02540 - Entry / Exit Technical Briefing Presentation; 16-02601 - For Information: Cabinet Affairs Questions on Detention; 16-02731 – The Canada Border Services Agency Trends Report, April 2016-2017; 16-02754 - For the President – Joint Border Strategy: Action Plan Update.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

398 page(s)
January 2020

Req # A-2018-19703

Briefing Note: 18-02374 - Top Five Removal Recalcitrant Countries, plus annexes and national removal inventory for briefing the Minister.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

14 page(s)
January 2020

Req # A-2018-19882

Briefing Note: 18-02812 -Tasking: Opioids Task Force Conference Call, September 27, 2018.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

75 page(s)
January 2020

Req # A-2018-22064

Briefing Note: 18-03040 - Deputy Minister: Opioids Working Group, September 27, 2018. This is a duplicate of request number A-2019-02592.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

75 page(s)
January 2020

Req # A-2018-11426

The Scientific Integrity Policy of the Canada Border Services Agency.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

31 page(s)
January 2020

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