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Found 1136 record(s)

Req # A-2015-11379

Records from January 1, 2013 to July 10, 2015 concerning the NEXUS program under record number CBSA ADM 117, including reports, presentations, briefing notes, program evaluation studies, member surveys and compliance reviews.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

74 page(s)
September 2018

Req # A-2018-00530

Records showing how the Canada Border Services Agency determines the valuation of the firearms they seize. Publicly available at http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/publications/dm-md/d13/d13-3-1-eng.html

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

0 page(s)
September 2018

Req # A-2018-03115

Reports and training material from January 1, 2016 to February 14, 2018 regarding how to process deportation and removal orders, and how to determine if someone fits parameters for removal.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

1015 page(s)
September 2018

Req # A-2018-06614

Briefing note from November 2017: 17-03495 - Hot issues notes for the Minister - Supplementary Estimates B.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

8 page(s)
September 2018

Req # A-2018-07123

Communication from June 1, 2015 to April 1, 2018 between the Canada Border Services Agency and the City of Toronto, Municipal Licensing and Standards branch, concerning body rub parlours, body rubbers, holistic health centres, and holistic health practitioners. This is a follow-up to request A-2015-10948.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

2 page(s)
September 2018

Req # A-2018-08039

Statistics from April 1, 2006 to March 31, 2017 of the total expenses incurred by the Canada Border Services Agency for French-language training of public-service workers. This includes: payments to external contractors, salaries paid to employees who deliver French-language instruction, the additional costs of paying employees their salaries while they are taking French-language training, and any related costs from overtime paid to other employees to cover colleagues who are taking French-language training.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

144 page(s)
September 2018

Req # A-2018-08781

Records from December 12, 2003 to April 30, 2018 relating to the policy decision to classify certain low-powered airguns as replica firearms. This includes communication between the Canada Border Services Agency and the Department of Justice and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, but excludes any policy instrument records. Statistics on seizures of this type of prohibited weapon imported into Canada at the International Mail Processing Centre, broken down by: date of seizure, description, manufacturer, model, country of origin, country of shipment, and declared value. Additionally statistics on appeals against these seizures including the level of appeal and the outcome.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

29 page(s)
September 2018

Req # A-2018-09683

As of May 29, 2018, the most recent report on the number of detainees on the first day of each month.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

39 page(s)
September 2018

Req # A-2018-10026

A list of briefing materials from May 1 to 31, 2018 prepared for the President of the Canada Border Services Agency and the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness. This excludes Cabinet confidences.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

3 page(s)
September 2018

Req # A-2018-10073

Statistics from January 1, 2008 to June 1, 2018 regarding the number of false claims for refugees status resulting in inadmissibility as defined by the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

1 page(s)
September 2018