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All institutions subject to the Access to Information Act are required to post summaries of completed access to information (ATI) requests within thirty calendar days after the end of each month.
Download a dataset of Completed Access to Information Request Summaries from federal institutions below.
Requests focusing on personal information or third-party proprietary information are not included in these datasets. Not all federal institutions post their Completed Access to Information Request Summaries on the Open Government Portal and such information is not captured in the datasets.
In addition to the downloadable dataset, a link is available below as a resource …
In accordance with the Access to Information Act, the government proactively publishes the package of question period notes that were prepared by a government institution for the minister and that were in use on the last sitting day in June and December.
The question period notes may be partially or fully redacted in accordance with the legislation; for example, if the notes contain information related to national security or personal information.
List of departments and organizations registered on the Open Government Portal. Columns include:
title_en: Title in English
title_fr: Title in French
short_form_en: Short form in English
short_form_fr: Short form in French
department_number: Historical department number
umd_number: Unified department number
open_canada_id: Department identifier on https://open.canada.ca
This dataset contains information on all Government of Canada award notices published according to the Financial Administration Act. It includes data for all Schedule I, Schedule II and Schedule III departments, agencies, Crown corporations, and other entities (unless specifically exempt) who must comply with the Government of Canada trade agreement obligations. CanadaBuys is the authoritative source of this information. Visit the How procurement works page on CanadaBuys to learn more.
All data files in this collection share a common column structure, and the procurement category field (labelled as “procurementCategory-categorieApprovisionnement”) can be used to filter by the following four major categories …
This dataset contains information on Government of Canada tender information published according to the Financial Administration Act. It includes data for all Schedule I, Schedule II and Schedule III departments, agencies, Crown corporations, and other entities (unless specifically exempt) who must comply with the Government of Canada trade agreement obligations. CanadaBuys is the authoritative source of this information. Visit the How procurement works page on the CanadaBuys website to learn more.
All data files in this collection share a common column structure, and the procurement category field (labelled as “procurementCategory-categorieApprovisionnement”) can be used to filter by the following four major …
From February 10, 2018 to April 11, 2018, the Government of Canada invited comments from all stakeholders on potential areas for regulatory cooperation with the E.U. under the newly established Canada-E.U. Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement Regulatory Cooperation Forum. This consultation included soliciting proposals on how to: align existing regulatory systems; streamline duplicative procedures; and/or work collaboratively in areas that are not currently regulated, such as emerging technologies.
From November 25, 2017 to January 8, 2018, the Government of Canada invited stakeholders to share their views on how to address regulatory differences between the US and Canada through the Regulatory Cooperation Council. In particular, Canadians were invited to comment on issues to be considered for future cooperation, including proposals to align existing regulatory systems, streamlining of unnecessary or duplicative procedures, and areas that will be impacted by new technologies, which are not yet regulated.
LIBS is an emerging material-composition analytical technique based on spectroscopic analysis of light emitted by the laser spark induced in a sample of interest. It allows stand-off and real-time analysis capabilities in the field with no sample preparation.
The Canada-United States Regulatory Cooperation Council (RCC) 2018 Stakeholder Forum was held December 4–5, 2018, in Washington, D.C. It was a successful 1.5-day event that brought together approximately 300 stakeholders and regulators. The event consisted of a plenary session and four sets of breakout sessions.
Canada’s Ambassador to the United States, David MacNaughton, gave introductory remarks followed by keynote addresses by Mick Mulvaney, Director of the U.S. Office of Management and Budget, and Scott Brison, President of the Treasury Board of Canada. Key themes of the opening speeches included the importance of the Canada-United States relationship and the …
Table of contents of President's briefing package with hyper links