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Search the summaries of completed Access to Information (ATI) requests to find information about ATI requests previously made to the Government of Canada. If you find a summary of interest, you can request a copy of the records at no cost. For additional information, please see the “About Access to Information Requests” webpage.

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Req # A-2018-00018

I am seeking any and all records - including emails, faxes, memos, draft publications, staff bulletins, internal budgets documents, and so on - regarding the preparations that were undertaken by your department around the so-called Y2K computer problem. In particular, I am seeking documents that contain the phrases "Year 2000 project"; "Year 2000 computer problem"; "Y2K-compliant"; "Year 2000 command centre"; "Y2K bug"; and other similar phrases. The date range for my request is September 1, 1993 to September 1, 2000.

Organization: Canada Energy Regulator

506 page(s)
April 2019

Nothing to report this month

Organization: Canada Energy Regulator

April 2018

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