Completed Access to Information Requests

February 2013
File NumberSummaryDispositionPages Released
A-2011-00202 The government's decision to impose third party management on the Lubicon Cree due to an apparent "leadership" or "governance" dispute. Records from around 2009 up to May 5, 2011. Disclosed in part 725
A-2011-01188 List from the Department's computerized document tracking system for briefing notes, deck presentations and memoranda submitted to the Minister for the period of October 1 to 31, 2011. Disclosed in part 27
A-2011-01343 A list of briefing notes from the CCM Mercury or WEBCIMS software created or submitted to the Minister of Justice from November 1 to 28, 2011. Disclosed in part 3
A-2011-01376 Briefing notes, Question Period notes and memoranda from November 29 to 30, 2011, and December 1 to 2, 2011, submitted to the Minister of Justice. Disclosed in part 335
A-2011-01377 A list of briefing notes from the CCM Mercury software created or submitted to the Minister of Justice from November 1 to 30, 2011. Disclosed in part 4
A-2011-01668 All records from January 10 to January 17, 2012, relating to same-sex marriage and divorce for foreign gay couples wed in Canada. Exclude records from the Minister's Office, Cabinet confidences or solicitor-client privileged information. Disclosed in part 624
A-2012-00688 Records from Justice counsels Tracy Telford and Sharlene Telles-Langdon as well as from any Canada Revenue Agency employee regarding David Dawson vs. Her Majesty the Queen. Include records from previous requests. Disclosed in part 1469
A-2012-01380 The 'log' of incidents or investigations carried out by Department of Justice security services from January 1, 2009, to present, November 2, 2012. Disclosed in part 34
A-2012-01668 All correspondence, including letters, emails, online feedback forms, and records of telephone calls to the Canadian Legal Information Institute (CanLii) and/or its editor, from January 1, 2011, to December 31, 2012. Disclosed in part 111
A-2012-01695 From January 1, 2012, to October 22, 2012, all records related to Member of Parliament Stephen Woodworth's Motion 312. Exclude Cabinet Confidences as well as letters responding to the public as well as records from the public. Disclosed in part 46
A-2012-01698 Complete copies of the following 5 briefing notes: BN 2012-010109, MEM 2012-015016, MEM 2012-015454, BN 2012-017640 and BN 2012-017648. Disclosed in part 63
A-2012-01699 A list of all briefing notes created for the Minister of Justice Canada from January 1 to January 16, 2013. Disclosed in part 2
A-2012-01707 All briefing notes prepared by Edgar Schmidt, Special Advisor in the Legislative Services Branch, for the Minister and Deputy Minister in 2011 and 2012. Disclosed in part 2
A-2012-01726 All records regarding Government of Canada policies on cyberwarfare from January 1 to December 31, 2012. Please exclude Cabinet confidences and records originating from other departments. No records exist 0
A-2012-01755 All contracts processed by the National Capital Region under the terms of any supply arrangement for temporary help services during the period of December 2012. Disclosed in part 23
A-2012-01773 List or summary of training taken by all departmental employees, including information regarding the trainers, cost, title, provider and number of participants for the period from January 1 to December 31, 2012. Disclosed in part 208
A-2012-01805 Standard procedural information/instructions (not case-specific) concerning the use of reference questions, as defined by section 53 of the Supreme Court Act (R.S.C. 1985, c. S-26), also known as References by Governor-in-Council. Disclosed in part 4
A-2012-01806 * Victims of Crime Research Digest: Police Responses to Elder Abuse: the Ottawa Police Service Elder Abuse Section. All exempted 0
A-2012-01809 * Victims of Crime Research Digest: A Survey of Survivors of Sexual Violence. All exempted 0
A-2012-01810 * Victims of Crime Research Digest: Is a Picture Worth a Thousands Words? The Opportunities and Challenges of Using GIS Based Mapping with a Victim's Lens. All exempted 0
A-2012-01816 Training records of Gillian Patterson, Counsel, relating to statutes, orders or regulations regarding the Canadian Environmental Protection Agency, the export and import of hazardous waste and the regulations concerning hazardous recyclable materials. No records exist 0
A-2012-01818 Training records of Andrew Law, Counsel, relating to statutes, orders or regulations regarding the Canadian Environmental Protection Agency, the export and import of hazardous waste and the regulations concerning hazardous recyclable materials. No records exist 0
A-2012-01819 Training records of Abigail A. Browne, Counsel, relating to statutes, orders or regulations regarding the Canadian Environmental Protection Agency, the export and import of hazardous waste and the regulations concerning hazardous recyclable materials. No records exist 0
A-2012-01820 Training records of Shain Widdifield, Counsel, relating to statutes, orders or regulations regarding the Canadian Environmental Protection Agency, the export and import of hazardous waste and the regulations concerning hazardous recyclable materials. No records exist 0
A-2012-01825 Training records of Michael J. Sims, Counsel, relating to statutes, orders or regulations regarding the Canadian Environmental Protection Agency, the export and import of hazardous waste and the regulations concerning hazardous recyclable materials. No records exist 0
A-2012-01826 Training records of Jacqueline Dais-Visca, Counsel, relating to statutes, orders or regulations regarding the Canadian Environmental Protection Agency, the export and import of hazardous waste and the regulations concerning hazardous recyclable materials. No records exist 0
A-2012-01852 Legal fees and associated costs for the Department related to the court case affecting the sale of the Kapyong Barracks site in Winnipeg, Manitoba, from January 2011 to December 2012. Disclosed in part 9

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