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Requests for personal information received by Public
Services and Procurement Canada under the Privacy Act.
The Office of the Ombudsman for the Department of National Defence and Canadian Armed Forces (DND/CAF) investigates complaints and serves as a neutral third party on matters related to the Department of National Defence and the Canadian Forces. The office is a direct source of information, referral, and education for the men and women of the Department of National Defence and the Canadian Forces. The “Type of Complaint” dataset lists the various types of complaints that are received by the Office of the Ombudsman, DND/CAF. Over the years, some types have become subtypes.
The National Energy Board (NEB) receives a variety of complaints with respect to reclamation, crop damage/loss, water or tile drainage, noise, damages caused as a result of construction, concerns with communication/interactions by company representatives or other organizations. Complaints that are managed in the complaint resolution program are issues of concern received by the NEB from those who are affected by federally-regulated energy infrastructure and the physical activities of the company. Complainants can be Indigenous Groups, other companies, municipalities, contractors, government agencies, landowner associations, landowners and Non-Government Organizations (NGO)’s. When a complaint is received, the NEB will recommend in collaboration with parties, the appropriate process to resolve the issue.
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A privacy breach occurs when personal information is collected, retained, used or disclosed in ways that are not in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Dataset contains the: * date that MCYS was notified of the breach by the Information and Privacy Commissioner (IPC) * manner in which the breach occurred * date MCYS received notification that IPC's file had been closed In 2014, privacy breaches in this ministry involved disclosure (and not use or collection) of personal information. *[MCYS]: Ministry of Children and Youth Services *[IPC]: Information and Privacy Commissioner
Requests for access to records received by Public Services and Procurement Canada under the Access to Information Act
Consultations received by Public Services and Procurement Canada from other Government of Canada institutions and other organizations under the Privacy Act or similar legislation.
The Canadian Victims Bill of Rights (CVBR) came into force on July 23, 2015. The CBVR created statutory rights at the federal level for victims of crime. The legislation establishes statutory rights for victims of information, protection, participation, and to seek restitution. It also requires that a complaint process be established by federal departments, agencies, or bodies for alleged breaches of these rights.
Compilation of statistical information about access to information and privacy submitted by government institutions subject to the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act.
Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs) are used to identify potential privacy issues of new or redesigned federal government programs or services. PIAs examine how government departments protect personal information through its lifecycle of collection, use, disclosure, storage, and disposition.
For more information, see the Privacy Impact Assessment Fact Sheet on the Web site of the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada.