Completed Access to Information Requests

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Req # A-2017-12028

As of May 15, 2017, the latest version of the Canada Border Services Agency Customs Enforcement Manual.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

1457 page(s)
February 2020

Req # A-2015-14660

Records concerning the March 11, 2015, regulatory amendment to the Department of Employment and Social Development Regulations which allows Employment and Social Development Canada to share information it collects with the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA). Specifically reasons for this regulatory amendment and how CBSA intends to use this new tool for accessing information about persons in contravention of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. This excludes Cabinet Confidences.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

1068 page(s)
February 2020

Req # A-2016-00487

Policy documents concerning security screening at the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), including those related to the High Integrity Personnel Security Screening Standard, as well as the interview guide relating to this process. Additionally correspondence between the CBSA and the Privacy Commissioner of Canada in relation to the Privacy Impact Assessment submitted by the CBSA on February 3, 2014.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

103 page(s)
February 2020

Req # A-2016-10155

The following Briefing Notes: 15-03211 - Audit by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner: Privacy and Portable Storage Devices; 15-05439 - Initial of Interchange Canada Assignment of Conway Griddell-Gray; 15-05470 - Issues Impacting The Minister's Riding; 15-05516 - High Profile Cases; 15-05693 – Temporary suspensions of removals Update: Haiti and Zimbabwe; 15-05727 - Recognition Event Marking the Decommissioning of the Field Operations Support System Package; 15-05805 - PO Tasking: Update on Van Heest Case; 15-05841 - Request for Canadian Armed Forces Assistance for Irregular Marine Arrivals; 16-00263 – Memorandum of Understanding between Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada , the Canada Border Services Agency and the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada; BN-16-00133 - National Criminal Investigations Workshop; and 16-00318 - Shared Services Canada Aging Infrastructure Letter and Briefing Note.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

169 page(s)
February 2020

Req # A-2016-11808

Briefing materials provided to the President of the Canada Border Services Agency: 16-02611 - Deck for Minister's Briefing on June 03, 2016, National Security Related Ministerial Directives; 16-02657 -Preclearance Legislation Briefing Binder; 16-02748 – Deputy Minister Conference call with the Chief Human Resources officer on June 27, 2016; 16-02837 - Canadian Red Cross Society's Immigration Detention Monitoring Program; 16-02849 -Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security - Follow-up to Committee; 16-02981 - Meeting with Canada Post on August 24, 2016; 16-03183 - National Immigration Detention Program Governance; and 16-03235 –Deputy Minister meeting with the Public Services and Procurement Canada on Postal Modernization.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

67 page(s)
February 2020

Req # A-2016-13526

Records concerning a delegation sent to China in January 2015 by the Canada Border Services Agency to meet with public security officials. This includes the names and positions of the people in the delegation, a breakdown of the overall cost of the trip, an itinerary of the trip, and any briefing books members of the delegation were provided with prior to travelling to China.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

2 page(s)
February 2020

Req # A-2016-14972

The following Briefing Notes: 16-00840 - Minister's Meeting with Mr. Jean-Pierre Fortin, National President, Customs and Immigration Union on March 21, 2016; 16-00939 - Request for Input- Upcoming Minister's Meeting with Ms. Sue O'Sullivan, Ombudsman for Victims of Crime; 16-00967 - Request for Action - Upcoming Minister's Meeting with Member of Parliament Scott Simms, March 21, 2016; 16-00993 - Minister’s Meeting with the Pacific Northwest Economic Region; 16-01056; 16-01089 - Minister's Meeting with Mr. Sauvé, CEO, Red Cross; 16-01357 - Upcoming Minister's Meeting with National Chief Perry Bellegarde; 16-01372 - Minister's Briefings (teleconference) on March 31, 2016; 16-01446 - Request for Action - Upcoming Minister's Meeting regarding the Legalization of Marijuana, April 11, 2016; 16-01598 - Upcoming Minister's Meeting with the Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers, April 22, 2016; 16-01649; 16-01704 - Regulations Amending the Proof of Origin of Imported Goods Regulations Consequent to the Canada-Panama Free Trade Agreement; 16-01706 - Supplementary Estimates A - Ministerial Briefing; 16-01720 - Regulations Made Under the Customs Act Consequent to the Canada-Panama Free Trade Agreement; 16-01724 - The Canada Border Services Agency's Talking Points for Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness regarding the forthcoming Spring 2016 Report of the Auditor General of Canada on "Detecting and Preventing fraud in the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada Citizenship Program"; 16-01757 - Minister's Briefings (teleconference) on, April 29, 2016.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

57 page(s)
February 2020

Req # A-2017-05344

Annual statistics concerning illegal workers in Canada including: number of workers charged or arrested, employers charged or arrested, number of convictions of workers and employers, the number of workers and employers fined and the total amount collected and the number or illegal workers removed from Canada. Additionally reports, statistical compilations, analysis, briefing notes, presentations, prepared for internal government, Parliamentary, or public audiences relating to this subject.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

15 page(s)
February 2020

Req # A-2017-05780

Briefing Note: 17-00624 - Management Accountability Framework, February 2017.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

4 page(s)
February 2020

Req # A-2017-07787

As of May 15, 2017, the latest version of the Canada Border Services Agency Customs Enforcement Manual.

Organization: Canada Border Services Agency

1457 page(s)
February 2020

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