Completed Access to Information Requests

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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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Found 71 record(s)

Req # A-2019-00010

Responses from the wireless service providers to the CRTC requests regarding the Wireless Code Compliance about the device financing plans.

Organization: Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission

0 page(s)
August 2019

Req # A-2019-00006

Documents between Rogers Communications Inc. and the CRTC concerning the lobbying or the 9(1)(h) application for the period of November 2016 to June 6, 2019.

Organization: Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission

43 page(s)
August 2019

Req # A-2019-00113

Correspondence related to a letter dated around February 1, 2019, to Minister Seamus O'Regan from Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations second Vice Chief, David Pratt.

Organization: Indigenous Services Canada

13 page(s)
August 2019

Req # A-2019-00112

Records including correspondence with police agencies and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police en route from Vancouver to Ottawa related to the 1974 Native Peoples Caravan, which originated in Vancouver beginning in early 1974 and concluded in Ottawa on 30 September 1974.

Organization: Indigenous Services Canada

0 page(s)
August 2019

Req # A-2019-00111

Any written correspondence related to letter dated January 8, 2019 to Minister Jane Philpott from Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations second Vice Chief, David Pratt.

Organization: Indigenous Services Canada

13 page(s)
August 2019

Req # A-2019-00107

Data from the Integrated Capital Mangement System detailing inspections of water and wastewater systems in Neskantaga First Nation from February 18, 2019 to June 30, 2019.

Organization: Indigenous Services Canada

0 page(s)
August 2019

Req # A-2019-00014

All records that lead up to the completed 2019 Financial Review Report-out to the Chief and Council or Peters First Nation. All records that led up to the postponement of the March 27, 2019 Financial Review Report-out to the membership of Peters First Nation.

Organization: Indigenous Services Canada

246 page(s)
August 2019

Req # A-2019-00102

All policies, written and electronic documents, procedures, mentioning that a registered Indian living off-reserve can not receive assistance from Aboriginal Services Canada, through his or her Uninsured Health Service.The Uninsured Health Service policy that states the eligibility requirements for each province or territory.

Organization: Indigenous Services Canada

0 page(s)
August 2019

Req # A-2019-00098

Data from the Integrated Capital Management System detailing inspections of water and wastewater systems in First Nations represented by the following tribal councils: Windigo First Nations Council, Matawa First Nations Management, and the Anishinaabeg of Kabapikotawangag Resource Council for 2018 and 2019.

Organization: Indigenous Services Canada

304 page(s)
August 2019

Req # A-2019-00091

Data from the Integrated Capital Management System detailing inspections of water and wastewater systems in First Nations represented by the Bimose Tribal Council. This includes Grassy Narrows, Eagle Lake, Shoal Lake 39, Lac des Mille Lacs, Naotkamegwanning (Whitefish Bay), Niisaachewan Anishnaabe (Also called Dalles First Nation and Ochiichagwe'Babigo'Ining Ojibway Nation), Obashkaandagan Bay, Wabeseemoong Independent Nations, Wabauskang, and Wabigoon Lake, excluding Shaol Lake, from January 1, 2015 to July 8, 2019.

Organization: Indigenous Services Canada

728 page(s)
August 2019

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