|Request Number||Request Summary||Status of Completed Request||Number of Pages Disclosed|
|A-2010-00035||Records regarding participant funding for interveners to the Giant Mine environmental assessment from April 1, 2008 to present, including plans for offering such funding or dealing with requests, and the review and consideration of specific requests received. Such records are likely to be in the possession of the Contaminants and Remediation Directorate and Executive Office Directorate.||Disclosed in part||114|
|A-2010-00104||Correspondence to or from Maryse Pesant containing the word "Attawapiskat" from January 2006 to present.||Disclosed in part||220|
|A-2010-00830||From February 1, 2010 to present, provide communications, meeting and briefing notes concerning the funding and future of the First Nation University.
Specifically, include data from the Minister, Minister's office, Deputy Minister and relevant senior officials (Director General and above).
Include as well their exchanges, meetings with consultant Greg Poelzer, with the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations and with officials and ministerial staff and the Minister at the Saskatchewan Department of Advanced Education, Employment and Labor concerning the funding and future of First Nation University.
|Disclosed in part||137|
|A-2010-00831||Sept 1, 2009 to present hot spots managerial reports on high risk native protest threats, including those captured in early warning system reports, those linked to critical incident management reports, or linked to ITAC, or subject of RCMP assessment reports received by INAC, and INAC lessons learned reports on responding and preparing for such high risk incidents. Include expected summer high risk protest threats anticipated.||Disclosed in part||648|
|A-2010-01236||Records related to whether the Churchill Band (now Sayisi Dene First Nation) was under Treaty 5 or Treaty 10.||Disclosed in part||271|
|A-2010-01557||Documentation bearing on Westside Road through Okanagan IR No.1:
1. Consultation between the federal government (Indian Agent/Indian Commissioner for BC) with provincial government officers in the Department of Public Works/Department of Highways/Ministry of Transportation regarding Westside Road through Okanagan IR 1;
2. Consultation between the federal government (Indian Agent/Indian Commissioner for BC) and the Okanagan Indian Band regarding Westside Road through Okanagan IR 1;
3. Okanagan Indian Band BCRs regarding Westside Road through Okanagan IR 1;
4. Federal expenditure and expenditure of Okanagan Indian Band funds on Westside Road through Okanagan IR 1;
5. Survey instructions and correspondence related to the survey of Westside Road in 1976.
|Disclosed in part||512|
|A-2010-01573||Records that refer to funding conditions regarding an upgrade of freezer/cooler facilities owned by First Air in Iqaluit.||Disclosed in part||6|
|A-2010-01574||Records pertaining to the installation of a freezer/cooler by Air Inuit in La Grande.||Disclosed in part||27|
|A-2010-01575||Records pertaining to an installation or upgrade of freezer/cooler facilities by Air Inuit in Kuujjuaq.||Disclosed in part||4|
|A-2010-01605||Reports prepared further to the prohibited use of your organization’s computers for the 2009–10 fiscal year.||Disclosed in part||18|
|A-2010-01645||Alan Torbitt is a Senior Policy Advisor in the International Relations Directorate in the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.
Emails sent to and from Alan Torbitt's email address during the 30 month period beginning on January 1, 2000 and ending on June 30, 2002. Torbitt was involved in the Canadian preparations for the 2001 United Nations World Conference Against Racism.
All emails related to the UN Conference.
|Disclosed in part||149|
|A-2010-02350||Documents including but not limited to reports from and correspondences with or complaints to the Advisory Board for the Nutrition North Canada program started in May 2010, and what the Advisory Board has heard from Northern communities affected by the subsides & eliminations.||Disclosed in part||7|
|A-2010-02378||Memos, briefing notes or correspondence connected to the Treasury Board's "Employee Innovation Program", including but not limited to submissions made to the program by Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.||Disclosed in part||823|
|A-2010-02406||Documents that pertain to the follow-up of the 2008 management practices review report for Indian and Northern Affairs' Atlantic Region, including any plans, terms of reference for future reviews and steps to be taken. Emails regarding the management practices review for Atlantic Region exchanged between Ian Gray and Anne Scotton.||Disclosed in part||40|
|A-2010-02450||Contract listed on your proactive disclosure site: the contract awarded to Biogenie S.R.C. Inc. with reference number 1511984 on 13/7/2010 valued at $206482.5 for services related to the assessment of potentially contaminated sites.||All disclosed||5|
|A-2010-02452||Records indicating the number of person, years and the annual budget for each of the past three fiscal years for public communications (including media relations).||Disclosed in part||9|
|A-2010-02453||Briefing notes prepared from Nov. 18, 2010 to the present for the minister or deputy minister on the New Dawn agreement for Innu people affected by the proposed Lower Churchill hydroelectric development project in Labrador. Emails on this topic for the specified time period.||Disclosed in part||2|
|A-2010-02454||Briefing notes prepared from Dec. 1, 2010 to the present for the minister or deputy minister on requests by the NunatuKavut and Inuit of Labrador that they be included in compensation for the proposed Lower Churchill hydroelectric development project in Labrador. Please also include any emails on this topic for the specified time period.||Disclosed in part||2|
|A-2010-02543||Questions asked and responses expected/assessment criteria in selection process 010-IAN-IA-AA-NCR-TAG-96291 for the position of level-8 special advisor.||No records exist||0|
|A-2010-02566||Records on internal or commissioned reviews/evaluations/audits on the inherent right to self government program either completed in the last five years or briefing notes and status reports on any current review/evaluation underway.||Nothing disclosed (exempted)||0|
|A-2010-02587||Guidelines for personal or business use of social media sites by your institution's employees.||No records exist||0|
|A-2010-02597||Press releases (including Q/A) associated with Colomac remediation project over the last year to Jan.
Communications between INAC/PWGSC/AECOM surrounding the inventory & collection of supplies in the truck/shop (maintenance) at Colomac.
|Disclosed in part||31|
|A-2010-02692||Callups (PWGSC form 942 or departmental equivalent) issued under the terms of the TBIPS (Task Based Informatics Professional Services) Standing Offer (EN578-055605) in the NCR during the month of January 2011.||No records exist||0|
|A-2010-02693||Documentation which indicates all appointments term and casual employees by this institution in the National Capital Region under the terms of the Public Service Employment Act during the period of January 2011. Name of the person appointed, job class and rank and level, date of appointment, term of appointment or completion date.||All disclosed||3|
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