As part of our ongoing commitment to transparency, good governance and proactive disclosure, Destination Canada posts the following information here.
Access to Information Act
The Access to Information Act gives every Canadian citizen, permanent resident, individual or corporation present in Canada the right to request access to records that are under the control of federal government institutions regardless of their format. As Destination Canada is subject to this act, we are required to provide access to records under our control upon receiving a formal request for information, unless the records or portions thereof are exempted or excluded from disclosure.
To make a request, please complete either the Access to Information Request Form or the Personal Information Request Form or include a letter indicating that your request is made in accordance with the Access to Information Act or the Privacy Act and describe the information you are seeking. Please include relevant details to help the ATIP Office find the information you are requesting. Please note that a $5 application fee applies to only Access to Information requests. There is no fee for requests for personal information. Payment may be in the form of a cheque or money order made payable to the Receiver General of Canada at the following address:
Access to Information and Privacy Coordinator
800-1045 Howe St.
Annual Reports to Parliament
Section 72 of both the Access to Information Act and of the Privacy Act require that the head of every government institute shall prepare, for submission to Parliament, an annual report on the administrations of the Acts during each fiscal year. For more specific information as to how Destination Canada discharges its responsibilities in relation to the Acts, refer to our annual reports to Parliament:
Completed Access to Information Act Requests
Completed Access to Information Act requests are archived and accessible via the Open Government Registry.
The Privacy Act requires that subject institutions ensure that the personal information under their control be described in personal information banks (PIBs). These banks are compiled and published on institutional websites and in Info Source to support an individual’s right of access to his or her personal information.
Privacy Impact Assessment Summaries
In accordance with Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat Policy, summaries of completed Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs) are posted.
Travel & Hospitality Expenses
We voluntarily report, through our website, the travel and hospitality expenses of the Board Chair, the President & CEO and the senior management team. Expenses are reported by quarter and are reflected in the period during which they are reported in our financial records.