Information Requests

Date Department View Response
13 January 2020
Finance Canada

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13 January 2020
Public Safety Canada

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24 December 2019
Environment and Climate Change Canada

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16 December 2019
Finance Canada

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5 December 2019
Canada Development Investment Corporation

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• Data, assumptions, scenarios and associated probabilities, analysis, and financial models relating to the quantitative goodwill impairment tests for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project (TMEP) reported in CDEV’s 2018 Annual Report and 2019 Second Quarter Report • The updated June 2019 project execution plan for TMEP, as referred to on page 3 of CDEV’s 2019 Third Quarter Report, as well as the most recent project execution plan for TMEP, if a more recent one exists • Capital expenditures, projections and the timing of these capital expenditures, analysis, and associated financial models relating to the construction of TMEP • Revenues and costs, projections related to these revenues and costs, analysis, and associated financial models relating to the operation of (a) the existing Trans Mountain Pipeline system and (b) TMEP, over the lifetime of these assets

29 November 2019
Indigenous Services Canada

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27 November 2019
Correctional Services Canada Show

• 1. A microdata extract from the Offender Management System (OMS) database as described in the attached Appendix. • 2. Any documentation regarding that database, especially any documentation regarding: • the circumstances in which provincial sentences appear in the OMS; • the meaning of terms used in relation to current sentences, jurisdiction, and final parole board decisions; • the correspondence between sections of the criminal code and offence classifications, • the treatment of concurrent sentences; and • the form in which different types of releases of inmates into the community are recorded within the parole data.

27 November 2019
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada Show

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4 November 2019
Environment and Climate Change Canada Show

N/A

17 October 2019
Public Services and Procurement Canada Show

Public Accounts of Canada 2019 Data.

16 October 2019
Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat Show

Actuarial adjustment schedules for federal government pension plans.

11 October 2019
Finance Canada Show

Public Accounts of Canada 2018 Data.

12 September 2019
Finance Canada Show

Provide a list of all fiscal measures announced and/or implemented after Budget 2019.

21 June 2019
National Defence Show

List of projects budgeted in Strong Secure Engaged (SSE).

21 June 2019
Environment and Climate Change Canada Show

Projected GHG emissions for Canada (2016-2030).

14 June 2019
Infrastructure Canada Show

Actual and planned spending for the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Plan (IICP) between 2016-17 and 2028-29, by fiscal year, stream, program name, and department;

Details on funding reallocation (or reprofiling) since the beginning of the IICP.

28 May 2019
Finance Canada Show

1. Provide a list of all fiscal measures announced and/or implemented after Budget 2019, and please indicate whether these measures are incremental to Budget 2019 or are within the fiscal framework

2. Please provide the annual gross and net fiscal impact for each measure on an accrual and cash basis through 2023-24. Please classify each measure according to the categories set out in Tables A2.5, A2.6, and A2.10 in the Budget 2019. Please include measures up to June 10, 2019.

28 May 2019
Finance Canada Show

1.             For the measures below please:

a.            Provide the annual gross and net fiscal impact of the measures introduced under their respective sections on an accrual and cash basis through 2023-24 (in millions).

b.            Provide on an accrual basis the on-going spending past 2023-24 associated with these measures through 2028-29 (in millions).

c.            Classify each measure according to the categories set out in Tables A2.5, A2.6, and A2.10 in the Budget 2019 (in millions).

The measures:

i.              Bringing Innovation to Regulations (Budget 2019 Chapter 2, Part 5, p. 116-119 &

p. 125). There are three measures introduced under this section (Introducing Regulatory Roadmaps, Harmonizing Regulations, and Modernizing Regulations), please detail how these measures reconcile with the spending profile on page 125.

ii.             Introducing a Food Policy for Canada (Budget 2019 Chapter 4, Part 1, p. 161-162, p. 208). Please detail how the measures reconcile with the spending profile on page 208 (in millions). 

iii.            Protecting Democracy (Budget 2019 Chapter 4, Part 4, p. 179-180 & p. 209). Please detail how the measures reconcile with the spending profile on page 209 (in millions). 

iv.            Strengthening the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (Budget 2019 Chapter 4, Part 4, p.183 & p. 209). Please detail how the measures reconcile with the spending profile on page 209 (in millions). 

2.             For the measures below please classify the gross and net fiscal impact of the measures according to the categories set out in Tables A2.5, A2.6, and A2.10 and as detailed on page 210 in Budget 2019.

a.             Investing in Service Canada (Budget 2019 Chapter 4, Part 6, p. 192 & p. 210)

b.             Improving Client Services at the Canada Revenue Agency Canada (Budget 2019 Chapter 4, Part 6, p. 193-194 & p. 210)

c.             Resolving Income Security Program Disputes More Quickly and Easily (Budget 2019 Chapter 4, Part 6, p. 195 & p. 210)

8 May 2019
National Defence Show

Update of the 2017 PBO costing of the Canada Surface Combatant procurement program in order to reflect DND’s selection of the Type 26 ship design. I am requesting the following information:

- Information on project timelines and assumptions.

- Relevant cost data such as estimated labour and material costs, cost of initial spares and the cost of armament.

- A summary of the financial risks associated with the project and the associated exposures.

- A detailing of the Type 26’s design characteristics relevant to costing, including displacement (both lightship displacement and full-load) and system complexity metrics.

2 May 2019
Environment Canada Show

In electronic format, the actual and projected CO2, N2O and CH4 emissions for Canada (2011-2030) by 75 economic sectors. More specifically, I would like such emissions for both the Reference Case, and the Additional Measures Case in the report entitled, “Canada’s greenhouse gas and air pollutant emissions projections: 2018” for the sectors defined in Appendix A.  In addition, I would like the projections of GDP and population used for those scenarios. 
 

26 April 2019
Canada Revenue Agency Show
Dans l’objectif d’établir le coût des mesures incluses dans le budget 2019 récemment publié, nous nous intéressons en particulier à l’intention suivante :  Le budget de 2019 annonce l’intention du gouvernement de limiter le recours au régime d’imposition actuel des options d’achat d’actions des employés (…) de grandes entreprises matures et bien établies.  Réfère à l’alinéa 110(1)d) de la loi sur l’impôt. Voir Budget 2019, partie 7, option d’achat des employés, tableau 4.1.
Pour la période de 2002 à 2017 le nombre d’individus réclamant une déduction d’options d’achat de titre, le revenu imposable moyen de ces individus, le montant moyen de déduction d’options d’achat de titre réclamé.
Nous désirons de plus obtenir ces mêmes informations, mais pour les individus dont :
• La déduction d’options d’achat de titre est supérieure à 3 000$;
• La déduction d’options d’achat de titre est supérieure à 9 000$;
• La déduction d’options d’achat de titre est supérieure à 18 000$;
• La déduction d’options d’achat de titre est supérieure à 25 000$.
27 March 2019
Finance Canada Show

The methodology and data sets used to generate the cost estimate presented in the Budget 2019 Fiscal Framework for measure listed in Annex A.

27 March 2019
Families, Children and Social Development Canada Show
  1. The methodology and data sets used to generate the cost estimate presented in the Budget 2019 Fiscal Framework for the following measures: 

a. Making Canada Student Loans More Affordable.

b. Making Canada Student Loans More accessible.

27 March 2019
Canada Revenue Agency Show
  • Direct and indirect expenses pertaining to the administration of the new federal fuel surcharge levy as specified in the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act and related tax expenditures, for 2018-19, 2019-20, 2020-21, 2021-22 and 2022-23.
  • Where possible, please classify the costs by standard object and identify whether they are variable, fixed, or step-wise variable.
25 March 2019
Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat Show

Internal research comparing outcomes and costs of traditional IT procurement processes and agile IT procurement processes.


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