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Req # A-2016-01063

How many reviews of IAP adjudicator decisions in total were there? How many re-reviews in total were there? How many Requests for Directions (RFD) were filed with a court? How many of those cases were appealed? Were there any adjudicators found to have an unusual number of reviews, etc.? How many adjudicators were removed from their position? Was there a link between adjudicators being removed and the number of reviews requested? If there were cases where adjudicators got the law wrong, how many were there? How many of those cases were overturned in each of the steps (review, re-review, RFD, appeals court)? Were any adjudicators relieved of their duties for getting the law wrong? If so, how many? Were there any formal complaints received from lawyers or clients based on decisions from adjudicators that were clearly contrary to case law? Were those decisions allowed to stand? How many ensuing decisions were based on the precedents those decisions created? Were there any complaints from lawyers or clients related to the conduct of adjudicators during hearings? How many? What type of conduct was alleged? Were investigations done? What was the result in each case? Has there been analysis of the average settlements each adjudicator arrived at? Were some adjudicators consistently coming in lower on damage awards? Was someone responsible for monitoring that? What was done when that kind of pattern did emerge?

Organization: Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

0 page(s)
December 2016

Req # A-2016-01060

I am requesting 11 documents from the list provided to me in request A-2016-00912. You will find a list of these requests in the attached file.

Organization: Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

38 page(s)
December 2016

Req # A-2016-01049

Evaluation-Lessons learned: Personal Credits, due for completion June 2016, including any draft or interim version if final version not yet complete.

Organization: Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

27 page(s)
December 2016

Req # A-2016-01048

Evaluation of Northern Governance, due September 2016, including any draft or interim version if final version not yet complete.

Organization: Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

0 page(s)
December 2016

Req # A-2016-01029

All records from the last 6 months that relate to the surveillance monitoring intelligence gathering, and intelligence sharing in relation to protests and protest groups, including but not limited to aboriginal protests and protest groups.

Organization: Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

0 page(s)
December 2016

Req # A-2016-01027

Documentation related to INAC Quebec Game and Fishing/Conservation and ZEC files concerning Kitigan Zibi from 1975 to present: negotiations between Kitigan Zibi and Quebec / Federal government specifically concerning hunting, fishing and trapping rights as well as the use of ZECS and the Coté case of 1996 which upheld Aboriginal fishing rights for the Algonquin. INAC File E-5430-31/0 volumes 1 to 5 may cover these periods.

Organization: Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

0 page(s)
December 2016

Req # A-2016-01137

Information on the opening and closing of OO-za-we-Kwun Indian training centre. Information on the Sekine Bicycle plant. Organization chart.

Organization: Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

0 page(s)
December 2016

Req # A-2016-01136

Please provide an expenditure report of all expenses from January 1st 2015, to November 3rd 2015 under government-wide object code 3259 (Miscellaneous expenditures not Elsewhere Classified), including the documents indicating details of each expenditures including (i) vendor name, (ii) amount, (iii) date, (iv) description of good or services provided, (v) file number.

Organization: Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

17 page(s)
December 2016

Req # A-2016-01120

Band List Qalipu Mi'kmaq First Nation.

Organization: Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

574 page(s)
December 2016

Req # A-2016-01116

The list and amount of all contracts and call-ups, including but not limited to temporary help services, awarded by the Chief Financial Officer Sector, Material and Assets Management Directorate for procurement related services between January 1st, 2010 and December 1st, 2016.

Organization: Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

1 page(s)
December 2016