Access to Information and Privacy
The Access to Information Act gives Canadians the right to access information contained in federal government records.
The Privacy Act provides Canadians the right to access their personal information held by the government and protection of that information against unauthorized use and disclosure
The Canadians Security Intelligence Service’s Access to Information and Privacy Office is responsible for administering the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act as well as associated Treasury Board policies and directives.
Make an access to information or personal information request
Learn how to make a request.
Completed Access to Information Requests
Access all completed ATI request summaries.
How do I file a complaint
File a complaint with the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada.
Read Annual Reports on the administration of the Privacy Act and Access to Information Act.
Sources of Federal Government and Employee Information.
Learn more about the Privacy Act.
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