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1 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels Access to Information and Privacy Awareness

2 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels2 Media Perception

3 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels3 Media Perception

4 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels4 Employee Perception

5 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels5 Public Perception

6 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels6 Topics Overview of the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act Request Process Exceptions to the Right of Access Roles and Responsibilities Oversight Statistics

7 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels7 The Legislation Both Acts came into force in 1983 Access to Information and Privacy (ATIP) is a Ministerial responsibility The Director ATIP has delegated authority from the Minister for the administration of the Actsdelegated authority Final decision for the release of Access and Privacy cases falls within the Director’s responsibilities TBS policy instruments

8 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels8 Access to Information Act

9 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels9 Purpose of the ATI Act “… to extend the present laws of Canada to provide a right of access to information in records under the control of a government institution in accordance with the principles that government information should be available to the public, that necessary exceptions to the right of access should be limited and specific and that decisions on the disclosure of government information should be reviewed independently of government.”

10 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels10 “… information in records…” Section 3 defines a record as: “any documentary material, regardless of medium or form”

11 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels11 Corporate and Transitory Records Corporate Records Created, collected or received in the initiation, conduct, control or completion of a business or operational activity and includes sufficient content, context and structure to provide evidence of a business or operational activity Used to commit the resources of an organization, give direction, or declare the position or opinion of an organization on any business subject or issue Transitory Records Required only for a limited time to ensure the completion of a routine action or preparation of a subsequent record

12 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels12 Section 67.1 The ATIA was amended on 25 March 1999 to include an indictable offence for any person who destroys, mutilates, alters, conceals or falsifies government records (or directs, proposes, counsels or causes others to do the same) with intent to deny the right of access to information under the Act. Those convicted of this indictable offence described above face a maximum fine of $10,000 and/or two years imprisonment.

13 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels13 Right of Access Canadian citizens Permanent residents (IAW Immigration and Refugee Act) Any person present in Canada Corporations present in Canada

14 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels14 Submitting a Request Usual manner is by regular mail to our office. Request may also be sent by fax or (applicant will be contacted for payment of application fee) Access to Information Request Form (The form does not have to be used – as long as the request in writing.)

15 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels15 Fees $5 application fee -5 hours of search time -125 pages of records Additional fees possible -$10/hour for search and preparation time -20¢ for each additional page Applicant is advised of additional fees in advance (50% deposit, 50% prior to release)

16 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels16 Time Limits Government institutions have 30 calendar days to respond to the requester. Extensions are possible but only once per request and must be justifiable. Deemed refusal if we fail to respond to the requester within 30 days.

17 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels17 Extensions 9(1)(a) Request is for a large number of records or necessitates a search through a large number of records to locate the requested information and meeting the original time limit would unreasonably interfere with operations 9(1)(b) Consultations are necessary that cannot reasonably be completed within the original time limits 9(1)(c) Third party consultation

18 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels18 Wording of a Request Section 6: “A request for access to a record under this Act shall be made in writing to the government institution that has control of the record and shall provide sufficient detail to enable an experienced employee of the institution with a reasonable effort to identify the record.” If necessary, the applicant will be contacted to clarify the wording of their request. Duty to assist.

19 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels19 Examples Routine Requests Records relating to private security firm activity in Kandahar for 2007 excluding all not relevant information. All "Question Period Cards" from the Minister of National Defence, Peter MacKay, for 4, 5, 8, 9 and 10 June 2009 only. Unusual Requests Reports dealing with Canadian Forces' members (with identities removed if necessary) who have become pregnant while on duty in Afghanistan. All documented incidents of vandalism or wandering civilians or civilians that have become stuck on the Shilo Ranges, that have occurred at CFB Shilo in the last five years. Completed Requests

20 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels20 Access Request Process DAIP ATI Tasking Team Tasking Liaison Officer (TLO) Office of Primary Interest (OPI) Subject Matter Expert (SME) DAIP ATI Operations Team Information Support Team (IST)

21 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels21 Information Support Team (IST) Part of Strategic Joint Staff (SJS), which provides military analysis and decision support to the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) in his role as the principal military advisor to the Government of Canada. Important role in identifying sensitive operational information. Reviews records containing operational information before release to: Ensure consistency, identify possible mosaics Ensure the appropriate protection of operationally sensitive information that could prejudice the success of CAF operations, or endanger the safety of Canadians and allied personnel

22 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels22 Limited and Specific Exceptions to the Right of Access

23 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels23 Exclusions The ATI Act does not apply to: 68(a) Published material or material available for purchase by the public 68(b) Library or museum material or material made or acquired and preserved solely for public reference or exhibition purposes 68(c) Material placed in the National Archives of Canada, National Library, National Gallery of Canada, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Canadian Museum of Nature or National Museum of Science and Technology by or on behalf of persons or organizations other than government institutions

24 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels24 Exclusions The ATI Act does not apply to: 68.1 Information under the control of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation that relates to its journalistic, creative or programming activities -Records concerning CBC general administration are subject to the Act 68.2 Information under the control of Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd other than information that relates to: -Records concerning AECL general administration and the operation of certain nuclear facilities are subject to the Act

25 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels25 Exclusions Cabinet Confidences – Subsection 69(1) The ATI Act does not apply to: Records, or information in records, that describe the individual or collective decision and policy making process of Ministers or Cabinet Information relating to the business of Cabinet DND/CAF documents that reference matters related to decisions, discussions or agenda of Cabinet or Cabinet Committees (including Treasury Board)

26 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels26 Nature of Exemptions Mandatory Exemptions Normally require the institution to refuse to disclose the records in whole or in part. In some instances, mandatory exemptions may be released (e.g., consent of party to whom information belongs, publicly available information) Discretionary Exemptions Provide the institution with an option to disclose information where it is felt that no injury will result in the disclosure, or where the interest in disclosing the information outweighs any injury that could result from disclosure

27 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels27 Nature of Exemptions Exemptions Subject to Class Test Describe categories of information which are sufficiently sensitive that disclosure could have a detrimental effect Exemptions Subject to Injury Test Access may be denied if disclosure could reasonably be expected to have a detrimental effect on the interest specified in the exemption Consider the degree to which the injury is… 1)Specific: Is it possible to identify the detrimental effect on the actual party or the interest that will suffer injury rather than a vague general harm? 2)Current: Is it possible to identify the detrimental effect at the time the exemption is claimed or in the foreseeable future? 3)Probable: Is there a reasonable likelihood of the injury occurring?

28 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels28 ATIA Exemptions SECTIONINFORMATION RELATING TO…REQUIREMENT 13(1)Information obtained in confidence from other governmentsMandatory 14Federal-Provincial affairsDiscretionary 15(1)International affairs and defenceDiscretionary 16Investigations and law enforcementDiscretionary 17Safety of individualsDiscretionary 18Economic interests of CanadaDiscretionary 19Personal informationMandatory 20Third party informationMandatory 21Advice, recommendations, deliberationsDiscretionary 22Testing and audit proceduresDiscretionary 23Solicitor-client privilegeDiscretionary 24Statutory prohibitionMandatory 26Publication in the near futureDiscretionary

29 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels29 Privacy Act

30 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels30 Purpose of the Privacy Act “… to extend the present laws of Canada that protect the privacy of individuals with respect to personal information held about themselves by a government institution and that provide individuals with a right of access to personal information about themselves.”

31 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels31 Personal Information Personal information means information about an identifiable individual that is recorded in any form including, without restricting the generality of the foregoing: Race, origin, colour, religion, age, marital status Education, medical, criminal, or employment history Any identifying numbers or symbols (SN/SIN/PRI) Home address, fingerprints, blood type

32 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels32 Personal Information (cont’d) Correspondence sent to a government institution by the individual that is implicitly or explicitly of a private or confidential nature. Personal opinions or views, except when they are about another individual. The views or opinions of another individual about the individual. Name of an individual where it appears with other personal information related to the individual or where the disclosure of the name itself would reveal information about the individual.

33 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels33 NOT Personal Information Personal information does not include… Information about an individual who is or was an officer or employee of a government institution that relates to position or function including: -That the individual is or was a government employee -Title, business address, telephone number -Classification, salary range, responsibilities of the position -The name of an individual on a document prepared by that individual in the course of employment -Personal opinions or views given in the course of employment (i.e., professional opinions or views)

34 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels34 NOT Personal Information (cont’d) Information about an individual who is or was performing services under contract for a government institution Information relating to a discretionary benefit of a financial nature Information about an individual who has been dead for twenty years

35 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels35 Personal Information Banks Requirement of the Privacy Act; component of Info Source Describe departmental personal information holdings Two kinds: Standard (common to most institutions) Institution-Specific

36 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels36 Right of Access Canadian citizens anywhere in the world Permanent residents (IAW Immigration and Refugee Act) Inmates (IAW Part 1 of Corrections and Conditional Release Act) who are not Canadian citizens or permanent residents Any person present in Canada

37 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels37 Submitting a Request Usual manner is by regular mail to our office. Requests may also be sent by fax. Signature required for Privacy Act requests. - submissions not accepted at this time. Personal Information Request Form (Military) Personal Information Request Form (Civilian) (The forms do not have to be used – request may be in the form of a letter.) No fees associated with Privacy Act requests. Requests must be in writing and sufficiently specific

38 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels38 Time Limits Government institutions have 30 calendar days to send the information to the requester. Extensions are possible but only once per request and must be justifiable. Deemed refusal if we fail to respond to the requester within 30 days.

39 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels39 Extensions For a maximum of 30 days… 15(a)(i) Meeting the original time limit would unreasonably interfere with operations 15(a)(ii) Consultations are necessary that cannot reasonably be completed within the original time limits

40 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels40 Privacy Request Process DAIP Privacy Tasking Team Office of Primary Interest (OPI) DAIP Privacy Operations Team

41 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels41 Limited and Specific Exceptions to the Right of Access

42 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels42 Exclusions The Privacy Act does not apply to: 69(1)(a) Library or museum material preserved solely for public reference or exhibition purposes 69(1)(b) Material placed in Library and Archives of Canada, National Gallery of Canada, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Canadian Museum of Nature, National Museum of Science and Technology, Canadian Museum for Human Rights, or Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 by or on behalf of persons or organizations other than government institutions

43 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels43 Exclusions The Privacy Act does not apply to: 69.1 Personal information that the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation collects, uses or discloses for journalistic, artistic or literary purposes and does not collect, use or disclose for any other purpose 70(1) Cabinet confidences

44 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels44 Nature of Exemptions Recap… Mandatory exemptions Discretionary exemptions Subject to class test Subject to injury test

45 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels45 Privacy Act Exemptions SECTIONINFORMATION RELATING TO…REQUIREMENT 18(2)Exempt banksDiscretionary 19(1)Personal information obtained in confidenceMandatory 20Federal-Provincial affairsDiscretionary 21International affairs and defenceDiscretionary 22Law enforcement and investigationsDiscretionary 23Security clearancesDiscretionary 24Individuals sentenced for an offenceDiscretionary 25Safety of individualsDiscretionary 26Personal information about another individualMandatory 27Solicitor-client privilegeDiscretionary 28Medical recordsDiscretionary

46 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels46 Informal Access An informal request may be made either verbally or in writing. Normally permits requesters to obtain faster access to specific personal information by applying directly to the OPI. Informal access should be given within 30 calendar days from the date requested.

47 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels47 Personal Information Management

48 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels48 Privacy Protection Provisions Sections 4-8 Collection Accuracy Use Disclosure Retention and Disposal

49 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels49 Privacy Breach A privacy breach involves improper or unauthorized collection, use, disclosure, retention and/or disposal of personal information. Contact DAIP if you suspect a breach of privacy may have occurred.

50 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels50 Authorized Disclosure Personal information under the control of a government institution may be disclosed: 8(2)(a) For the purpose for which the information was obtained or compiled by the institution or for use consistent with that purpose Consistent use means the use of personal information for a purpose that has a reasonable and direct connection to the original purpose for which the information was collected. without consent

51 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels51 Authorized Disclosure 8(2)(b)In accordance with any Act of Parliament that authorizes disclosure 8(2)(c) To comply with a subpoena or warrant issued or order made by a court, person or body with jurisdiction to compel the production of information 8(2)(d) To the Attorney General of Canada for use in legal proceedings involving the Crown 8(2)(e) To an investigative body specified in the regulations, on the written request of the body, for the purpose of enforcing the laws of Canada or a Province or carrying out a lawful investigation without consent

52 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels52 Authorized Disclosure 8(2)(f)Under an agreement or arrangement between the Government of Canada or an institution thereof and the government of a province, foreign state, or international organization established by the governments of states (e.g., NATO, UN, Interpol) 8(2)(g)To a member of parliament for the purpose of assisting the individual to whom the information relates 8(2)(h)To officers or employees of the institution for internal audit purposes, or any other person or body specified in regulations for audit purposes; without consent

53 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels53 Authorized Disclosure 8(2)(i)To National Archives of Canada for archival purposes 8(2)(j)To any person or body for research purposes if the head of the institution is satisfied that the information is being released for statistical purposes 8(2)(k)To any association of aboriginal people, Indian band, government institutions or persons acting on their behalf, for the purpose of researching or validating claims, disputes or grievances of any aboriginal people of Canada without consent

54 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels54 Authorized Disclosure 8(2)(l)To any government institution for the purpose of locating an individual in order to collect a debt owing, or make a payment owing to that individual; 8(2)(m)For any purpose where, in the opinion of the head of the institution: The public interest in disclosure clearly outweighs any invasion of privacy that could result in the disclosure, or Disclosure would clearly benefit the individual to whom the information relates. without consent

55 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels55 Roles and Responsibilities DAIP Establishing procedures for processing requests and documenting decisions Exercising discretion Protecting the identity of applicants Validating the identity of requesters for Privacy Act requests Duty to assist and principles for assisting requesters Addressing obstruction of the right of access (s. 67.1) Posting summaries of completed ATI requests Requests for correction of personal information Ensuring PIAs are completed and PIBs are registered Establishing a plan for addressing privacy breaches

56 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels56 Roles and Responsibilities Senior Executives and Managers Establishing parliamentary authority for programs and activities Initiating a privacy impact assessment for new/modified activities and informing DAIP if a new/modified PIB is required Implementing the Department’s privacy breach process Privacy notices Ensuring personal information used for an administrative purpose is accurate Safeguarding personal information Applying the appropriate retention and disposal standards and ensuring they are documented in the relevant PIB

57 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels57 Roles and Responsibilities Employees Recommending informal access when appropriate Making every reasonable effort to locate responsive records Providing realistic fee estimates and rationale for ATI requests Providing valid disclosure recommendations and contextual information when appropriate Ensuring that contracts and agreements do not weaken the right of access

58 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels58 Oversight Review mechanisms Independent of the executive power Report to Parliament Act as an ombudsman Two-tiered Complaint to Commissioners Federal Court review

59 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels59 Oversight Office of the Information Commissioner (OIC) Oversight of the Access to Information Act Grounds for complaint include the processing of ATIA requests (fees, time limits, refusal of access, etc.) Office of the Privacy Commissioner (OPC) Oversight of the Privacy Act Grounds for complaint include the processing of Privacy Act requests and compliance with sections 4-8 of the Act

60 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels60 Oversight Investigative powers of the Commissioners are very broad and rooted in legislation Summon persons and compel them to give evidence Compel production of documents Administer oaths Enter premises occupied by government institutions Converse in private with any person in such premises Examine or make copies of any record relevant to an investigation Commissioners will issue findings and may make recommendations

61 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels61 Statistics

62 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels62 Access Requests FYREQUESTS RECEIVEDREQUESTS COMPLETEDPAGES RELEASED , , ,0631,252166, ,0881,107102, ,3561,318144, ,3161,258152, ,4881,465161, ,2841,256176, ,1311,237170, ,8081,597150, ,7791,54175, ,6501,739110, ,4831,479TBD ,6451,61075,720

63 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels63 Access Requests

64 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels64 Privacy Requests FYREQUESTS RECEIVEDREQUESTS COMPLETEDPAGES RELEASED ,03110,194907, ,5799,039768, ,2795,668558, ,4434,517452, ,3384,283453, ,1174,220464, ,2394,082527, ,8414,536579, ,6204,370619, ,2445,556724, ,6274,840715, ,2285,781TBD ,7065,307409,618

65 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels65 Privacy Requests

66 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels66 Questions?

67 Corporate Secretary – Directorate Access to Information and Privacy Secrétaire général – Direction de l’Accès à l'information et protection des renseignements personnels67 Visit Phone (613) Fax (613) Intranet _e.asp Internet smafinsm.forces.gc.ca/aip/index- eng.asp Office Place de Ville, Tower B 112 Kent Street, 17 th Floor Ottawa, Ontario Contact


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