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Notice: To enable the transition to a new learning platform that is replacing GCcampus, all learners who are currently registered for online self-paced courses or self-paced certification programs in GCcampus must complete their in‑progress learning activities before February 4, 2022, at 5:00 pm (PT). Any training that is incomplete after this date will need to be restarted in the new platform, and all previous progress will be lost. Learn more about the School's new learning platform

Access to Information and Privacy

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Access to information requests

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Access to personal information requests

Request access to your personal information retained by federal government institutions.

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Access to information and privacy reports

Previous ATIP reports can be found on the plans and reports page.

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About access to information and privacy

The Access to Information Act gives every Canadian citizen, permanent resident, individual or corporation in Canada the right to request access to records that are under the control of federal government institutions, regardless of their format.

The purpose of the Privacy Act is to protect the privacy of individuals with respect to their personal information. This Act governs the federal government's collection, retention, use and disclosure of that information. It also provides individuals with a right of access to their personal information.


An Answer to Rex Murphy's Questions on Racism In Canada by Deputy Minister Daniel Quan-Watson

In this powerful video testimony, Deputy Minister Daniel Quan-Watson shares his personal experiences of racism, including as a public servant representing Canada on the world stage.

Anti-Racism Learning Series

Access tools, job aids, courses, workshops and events on topics such as anti-Black racism, unconscious bias, disaggregated data, mental health and the challenges faced by visible minorities in the public service.

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