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Found 7 record(s)

Req # A-2018-00070

Records/plans and/or authorizations from the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, following the application by the Cedars Rapids Manufacturing and Power Company of Montreal under section 178 of the Railway Act to obtain "its right of way for its transmission line across certain lots particularly [...] as shown on the plans and profiles described in the books of reference on file with the Board under file no 23 677[-19 and 23 677 20]". Records/plans and/or authorizations sought are numbered 23 677 19 and 23 677 020. These plans are described in a legal act numbered 23862 in the Land Register and dated March 26, 1914.

Organization: Canadian Transportation Agency

7 page(s)
March 2019

Req # A-2018-00077

RE: Darocol International Inc., Steer Logistics Inc., 3577971 Manitoba Ltd. 1916 Brookside Boulevard, Rosser, Manitoba Kindly advise whether your records indicate the issuance of any complaints, violations, work orders or any other matters pertaining to the property or the Corporations pursuant to the Canada Transportation Act.

Organization: Canadian Transportation Agency

March 2019

Nothing to report this month

Organization: Elections Canada

March 2019

Req # A-2017-00072

We want to obtain: 1.NTA (A) Special Permission No. 86260 2.NTA (A) Special Permission No. 87899 3.NTA (A) Special Permission No. 89416 4.NTA (A) Special Permission No. 90111 5.NTA (A) Special Permission No. 90201 6.NTA (A) Special Permission No. 96876 7.Telecopies transmitted by the CTA on 15 November 2004 to British Airways or third parties on its behalf, including ATPCO, rejecting a tariff change. See the attached document as Appendix 1 for reference; 8.Communication of November 16, 2004, between British Airways or third parties on its behalf, including ATPCO, and the CTA, repealing a tariff. See the attached document as Appendix 1 for reference; 9.All the file M4110 / B67-1 and, more precisely, exchanges of correspondence between British Airways or third parties on its behalf, including ATPCO; 10. All the file M4110 / B67-2 and, more precisely, exchanges of correspondence between British Airways or third parties on its behalf, including ATPCO, and the CTA and the decisions or orders issued by the CTA in this folder; 11.All the file M4110 / B67-3 and, more precisely, exchanges of correspondence between British Airways or third parties on its behalf, including ATPCO, and the CTA and the decisions or orders issued by the CTA in this folder; 12.All the file M4110 / B67-4 and, more precisely, exchanges of correspondence between British Airways or third parties on its behalf, including ATPCO, and the CTA and the decisions or orders issued by the CTA in this folder; 13.The response of British Airways or third parties on its behalf, including ATPCO, to the CTA letter of August 18, 2004, attached as Appendix 2; 14. British Airways or third parties reply email on behalf of British Airways, including ATPCO, to Anne Paré's email of 11 July 2005, attached as Annex 3; 15.British Airways or third parties reply email on behalf of British Airways, including ATPCO, to Laurie Anne King's email of July 13 2005, attached as Annex 4; 16. All correspondence between British Airways or third parties on its behalf, including ATPCO, and the CTA relating to the October 2004 fuel surcharge rate change; 17.All correspondence between British Airways or third parties on its behalf, including ATPCO, and the CTA relating to the June 2005 fuel surcharge rate change; 18.All correspondence between British Airways or third parties on its behalf, including ATPCO, relating to the rejection of fuel surcharge rates and their removal or correction from May 2004 to January 2007; 19.All e-mail exchanges between CTA and British Airways or third parties on its behalf, including ATPCO, regarding rejection of fuel surcharge rates and their removal or correction from the February 2007 to nowadays.

Organization: Canadian Transportation Agency

283 page(s)
March 2018

Req # A-2016-00075

Any records, including but not limited to briefing materials, studies, reports and presentations, on the subject of computer hacking (also called cyberattacks) on Elections Canada computers/servers or computer hacking and the electoral system or computer hacking and electronic voting. Time frame is January 1, 2016, to the present. Please exclude cabinet confidences and emails.

Organization: Elections Canada

217 page(s)
March 2018

Req # A-2017-00035

Please release all email correspondence any of the following people have had with Stephen Zaluski of Justice Canada since January 1, 2006: Stéphane Perrault, Marc Mayrand, Hughes St-Pierre, Michel Roussel, Karine Morin, Vivian Cousineau, Belaineh Deguefé and Jacques Mailloux.

Organization: Elections Canada

4 page(s)
March 2018

Req # A-2017-00036

All complaints about online advertising by members of the public or party representatives during the 2015 federal election or subsequent by-elections. Online advertising can include ads seen on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat or Twitter, banner ads on websites in addition to influencer marketing or brand ambassadors. If there is a high volume of complaints, preference should be given to complaints that include a screenshot or pictures as evidence. Electronic records preferred: spreadsheets, databases, JPEGs or GIFs.

Organization: Elections Canada

86 page(s)
March 2018