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Transitional Period

Federal departments are gradually moving their web content to Canada.ca. As a part of that process, some of the proactive disclosure reports are now available through the Open Government Proactive Disclosure page. For any questions on this issue, please contact us.


Disclosure of Grants and Contributions

Disclosure of Contracts

Disclosure of Travel and Hospitality Expenses

Disclosure of Position Reclassification

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Submitting a request online to FPCC

The Access to Information and Privacy Online Request Service offers a convenient way to make:

  • an access to information request
  • a personal information request

This service:

  • enables individuals to make an online request for information that is held by a Government of Canada institution
  • eliminates the need to print, scan, and email or mail a form to an institution

Submit an online request for information


Access to information and privacy

Completed Access to Information Requests

The Government of Canada is working hard to enhance the role of Parliament and the proactive disclosure of information so that Canadians are better able to hold Parliament, their Government, and public sector officials to account.

To this end, the Government announced the mandatory publication on departmental web sites of travel and hospitality expenses for selected government officials; contracts entered into by the Government of Canada for amounts over $10,000 (with only limited exceptions such as national security); and, the reclassification of positions.


Other Disclosures

Total Annual Expenditures on Travel, Hospitality and Conferences


FPCC's Annual Report to Parliament - Access to Information Act and Privacy Acts

Section 72 of the Access to Information Act and section 72 of the Privacy Act require that the head of every federal government institution submit an annual report to Parliament on the administration of the Acts. This report describes how Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada fulfilled its access to information and privacy responsibilities.

The following reports are available from the Access to Information and Privacy Services office for viewing:


Open data

Open government is part of the federal government's efforts to foster greater openness and accountability, to provide Canadians with more opportunities to learn about and participate in government, to drive innovation and economic opportunities for all Canadians and, at the same time, create a more cost effective, efficient and responsive government.

Check out the Government of Canada's Open Data Project.