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Completed Access to Information Requests

July 2012

Request Number Request Summary Status of Completed Request Number of Pages Disclosed
A-2011-01495 Records relating to Attawapiskat reserve, including but not limited to records of living conditions and the declared state of emergency, from June 1st to December 1st, 2011. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01498 Records generated at Aboriginal Affairs by Attawapiskat's declaration of a state of emergency. From November 1, 2011 to present. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01500 Records referring to housing and drinking water quality in the Attawapiskat First Nation from January 1, 2008 to the present. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01512 Ministerial briefing materials, records, memorandums and notes showing that the Minister of AANDC was advised of conditions in Attawapiskat or other reserves that led to co-management, third party management and recipient management. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01526 Records pertaining to the Attawapiskat First Nation from October 15, 2011 to December 5, 2011. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01527 Statistical documents indicating the number of times forensic audit reports were produced following instances where band councils and/or reserves were placed under supervision. From January 2005 to December 6, 2011. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01529 Records generated in the office of the Minister of Aboriginal Affairs dealing with the communications strategy for Attawapiskat from November 1, 2011 to present. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01530 Documents relating to the Attawapiskat band council or reserves. From April 1, 2011 to December 6, 2011. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01531 Records provided to the Minister of Aboriginal Affairs regarding Attawapiskat. From October 31, 2011 to present. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01532 Statistical documents indicating the number of times forensic audit reports were produced following instances where band councils and/or reserves were placed under supervision. From January 2005 to December 6, 2011. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01533 Records generated by the Ministerís Office dealing with the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network. From October 27, 2011 to present. Disclosed in part 31
A-2011-01534 Documents relating to the Attawapiskat band council or reserves. From April 1, 2011 to December 6, 2011. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01535 Records pertaining to visits by federal government workers to Attawapiskat authored between January 2008 and December 2011. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01536 Forensic reports produced regarding the poor management of funding provided to Indian reserves or band councils in Quebec. From January 2005 to December 6, 2011. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01537 Records related to the decision by the department in 2000 to place the First Nations community of Attawapiskat into 'co-management'. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01538 Correspondence related to housing conditions on the First Nations reserve of Attawapiskat, dated of September 1, 2011 or later. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01539 All records related to the First Nations reserve of Attawapiskat, created June 1, 2011 or after. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01540 Records pertaining to the Aboriginal community of Attawapiskat from November 24, 2011 to December 6, 2011. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01602 Records from the Ministerís Office generated by a meeting between the Minister and the Grand Chief Stan Beardy and Chief Theresa Spence on December 5, 2011. Disclosed in part 103
A-2011-01634 Records relating to the First Nations community of Attawapiskat, from September 1, 2011 to Dec. 5, 2011. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01639 Records created to brief the Minister, the Parliamentary Secretary and/or Deputy Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada on the Housing situation at Attawapiskat First Nation. Timeframe: October 1, 2011 to December 6, 2011. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01640 Records related to any communications regarding the housing situation in Attawapiskat. Timeframe: October 1, 2011 to December 6, 2011. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01641 Records related to housing on the Attawapiskat reserve since 2009. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01646 Briefing materials, correspondence and media lines relating to Attawapiskat from September 1, 2011 to December 16, 2011. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-01647 Records relating to funding for the Pikangikum First Nations community, from February 1, 2006 to present. Disclosed in part 5263
A-2011-01655 Information concerning Canada's decision to impose Third Party Management on Attawapiskat First Nation. Disclosed in part 18,348*
A-2011-02171 Documents related to the approval of the Site Stabilization Plan for the Giant Mine, from October 2011 to present. Disclosed in part 6
A-2011-02172 Records related to an official apology and/or compensation to Aboriginal peoples for the contamination related to the Giant mine near Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, from April 2008 to present. Disclosed in part 13
A-2011-02173 Records from the ongoing Environmental Assessment related to the exemption of the Site Stabilization Plan for the Giant Mine, dating from October 2011 to present. Nothing disclosed (exempted) 0
A-2011-02174 Records related to regulatory approvals (for example, land use permits and water licenses) that may be necessary for the Site Stabilization Plan for the Giant Mine from October 2011 to present. Disclosed in part 55
A-2011-02196 Emails sent and received from September 1, 2011 to October 31, 2011 from and to Robin Aitken. Disclosed in part 2345
A-2011-02242 Correspondence to and from Manitoba Regional Director Anna Fontaine and Emergency Management Coordinator Brock Holowachuk related to evacuations from First Nations due to flooding in 2011, for the period March 1, 2011 to February 28, 2012. Disclosed in part 2387
A-2011-02243 Information regarding the First Nation Disability Association of Manitoba Inc. associated with the project ďEnabling First Nation Persons with DisabilitiesĒ, from 2009 to present. Disclosed in part 621
A-2011-02271 Information related to a list of individuals who should not be working for the Department. Does not exist 0
A-2012-00019 Cote Onakewik Trust Audits for years ending 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011, as well as records related to the Cote First Nation portion of the Pelly Land Claim Settlement. All disclosed 381
A-2012-00021 Census records for all Indian and half-breed residents belonging to the following bands within the Lesser Slave Lake Agency during the years 1898 to 1951: Duncan Testawich, Dunvegan, Fort Vermilion, Little Red River, Peace River Crossing, Sturgeon Lake, Wabiskaw, Whitefish Lake, Fort St. John and Kinnosayo's band. Disclosed in part 940
A-2012-00032 Records produced by the Ontario Regional Office for the purposes of "monitoring civil unrest events involving First Nations" (as referred to in: INAC evaluation of the Emergency Management Assistance Program, February 24, 2010, p. 18). The timeframe for the request is January 1, 2011 to December 31, 2011. Disclosed in part 700
A-2012-00034 Records to the Community Infrastructure Branch related to PPP Canada Inc., P3 Canada Inc., the P3 Canada Fund, P3's and Public Private Partnerships. Disclosed in part 103
A-2012-00059 Information pertaining to the lease registered under no. 137805 and assigned to the Sublandlord registered under no. 211988. Disclosed in part 11
A-2012-00102 Documents related to the funding of the Alexander First Nation Assisted Living Program, including the Kehewkamik Boys Home and the Kipohtakawkdmik Elders Lodge, from January 2010 to the present. Disclosed in part 330
A-2012-00132 Records sent to or from the assistant deputy minister level and above regarding Budget 2012 and its impact on the department. Timeline for request is from January 2012 to present. Disclosed in part 55
A-2012-00155 Training materials, schedules and participation lists produced since January 2010 pertaining to the training of federal servants in their responsibilities to consult with First Nations about resource development. Disclosed in part 1290
A-2012-00214 Records relating to the expropriation of lands for highway purposes at Gitanyow Band (#537 on Gitanyow I.R. No. 1 (#06782)). Disclosed in part 374
A-2012-00230 Reports produced during the recent assessment of the land claim materials relative to the NunatuKavut Community Council (formerly Labrador Metis Nation) from April 1, 2010 to May 10, 2012 by the Assessment and Historic Research Directorate. Disclosed in part 14
A-2012-00312 Any all Band Council Resolutions pertaining to {...} from Fort William First Nation (Indian Band 187) for the period March to November 1984. Does not exist 0
A-2012-00320 Employment Contract of {...}, Peerless Trout First Nation, as well as information on Interim Chief Arrangements. Does not exist 0
A-2012-00324 Records indicating the amounts spent per annum on translation services, from 2002 to 2012. All disclosed 1
A-2012-00325 Copy of all Question Period notes that were created by or transmitted to AANDC from May 14, 2012 to June 12, 2012. All disclosed 102
A-2012-00328 Copy of all bylaws approved by the Department of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development that authorize tribal councils to banish individuals from reserve. Disclosed in part 171
A-2012-00336 Air quality test results for the office of AANDC at 255 Albert for 2010-2011, including the new tests that were done in 2012. All disclosed 53
A-2012-00340 Deliverables for various contracts posted proactively on the AANDC website. All disclosed 198
A-2012-00363 Names of all Alberta schools whose students have received Common Experience Payments (CEP) and the dates upon which each of these payments were made under the terms of the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement. Also include a list of Alberta schools where CEP eligibility status has not yet been determined. All disclosed 16
A-2012-00364 1. The departmentís communication strategy for dealing with media requests.

2. Records pertaining to the $525,000 dollars of missing money from the First Nationís tobacco shop.

3. Records pertaining to a request by Indian Brooke to set up a casino and/or a gambling centre in the Halifax Regional Municipality.
All disclosed 81
A-2012-00394 Regarding Former Fort Alexander Health Centre, located on the Sagkeeng First Nation, approx. 135 km northeast of Winnipeg: information relating to the potential for adverse environmental site conditions. Does not exist 0
A-2012-00396 Regarding Former Birdtail Sioux Health Centre, West of Beulah, MB, located on Birdtail Sioux First Nation: information relating to the potential for adverse environmental site conditions. Does not exist 0
A-2012-00401 Records concerning the re-classifications of the following PE positions: #23795 Quebec, #27066 Alberta, #25246 & #25493 Manitoba, #22260, #22363 & #22882 Atlantic region. Disclosed in part 367
A-2012-00404 National Prioritizing Ranking System (NPRS) database of contaminated site projects on aboriginal land in all regions for the entire period that the database has been in existence. Disclosed in part 50
A-2012-00410 Information relating to an award/recognition given by the Assistant Deputy Minister or Deputy Minister of AANDC in 2011 or 2012 to AANDC employees, contractors, or agents acting on behalf of AANDC for activities relating to Jordanís Principle. Disclosed in part 5
A-2012-00411 Usage report or Task and Solutions Based Professional Services Standing Offer for Supply Arrangements and call-ups that have been generated for the National Capital Region. From January 2011 to May 2012. All disclosed 184

* For all Attawapiskat-related requests, interim releases were made globally to all requesters for a total of 18,348 pages.


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