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Req # A-2018-01235

All records containing summary results of a public consultation from October 18 to December 21, 2018, on the Gender, Diversity and Inclusion Hub, including briefings for the Chief Statistician, charts, presentation decks, etc., but excluding transitory records such as emails.

Organization: Statistics Canada

0 page(s)
January 2019

Req # A-2018-01184

As part of the work of the Research Chair in the use of information resources at the École nationale d'administration publique (ÉNAP), we are interested in the information tools (regulations, policies, directives, standards, etc.) used at Statistics Canada. Specifically, we would like access to all the documents that cover the creation, management and/or use of information. Consequently, we kindly request that you send us all these documents.

Organization: Statistics Canada

514 page(s)
January 2019

Req # A-2017-00205

Records Indicating all data sources either currently approved or being proposed for linkage to statistics Canada's Social Data Linkage Environment (SDLE), or whatever the current name of the program is. This would include records indicating approval by senior managers / executives for those already approved, and proposals submitted to senior managers / executives for sources being proposed for linkage. Records of all request for data and / or analysis deriving from the SDLE, or whatever he current name of the program is, received to date. This would include the actual text of the requests received (with identity information of private parties, if any, redacted)

Organization: Statistics Canada

194 page(s)
January 2018

Req # A-2017-00269

I would access to records created in the lead up to the Opioid Awareness Survey from Jan. 1, 2017 to Nov. 24, 2017.

Organization: Statistics Canada

30 page(s)
January 2018

Req # A-2017-00273

# of employees below the EX-01 level who are receiving performance pay # of employees in that same group who received succeeded plus and how many received succeeded # of employees who received succeeded plus on work objectives and succeeded on competences # of employees who received 3% for global rating of succeeded # of employees who received a different percentage for global rating of succeeded # of those employees who were in “transition to retirement” or age 53+ # of those employees who received succeeded plus and how many received succeeded # of those employees who received succeeded plus on work objectives and succeeded on competences # of all employees on Performance Pay, including EXs # of employees in that same group who received succeeded plus and how many received succeeded # of employees who received succeeded plus on work objectives and succeeded on competences # of employees who received 3% for global rating of succeeded # of employees who received a different percentage for global rating of succeeded # of those employees who were in “transition to retirement” or age 53+ # of those employees who received succeeded plus and how many received succeeded # of those employees who received succeeded plus on work objectives and succeeded on competences # of all employees at all levels (performance pay and non-performance pay) # of employees who received succeeded plus and how many received succeeded # of employees who received succeeded plus on work objectives and succeeded on competences # of those employees who were in “transition to retirement” or age 53+ # of those employees who received succeeded plus and how many received succeeded # of those employees who received succeeded plus on work objectives and succeeded on competences For the fiscal year 2016-17

Organization: Statistics Canada

2 page(s)
January 2018

Req # A-2017-00287

Any internal memos or documentation regarding the treatment of owner occupied housing in the calculation of the consumer price index, specifically relating to exclusion and sampling methodology of data due to volatility. Please restrict this data to documents created after January 1rst 2016

Organization: Statistics Canada

0 page(s)
January 2018

Req # A-2017-00293

I would like any emails, memos and other documents that discuss, describe or outline the methodology Statistics Canada used to synthesize the survey data and convert it to prevalence of cannabis use (users and volume consumed) among Canadians as reported in Experimental Estimates of Cannabis Consumption in Canada, 1960 to 2015.'

Organization: Statistics Canada

1 page(s)
January 2018