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  1. Oct 2019
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    2. We're proud to be Canada’s public arts funder. We champion and invest in artistic excellence through our grants, services, prizes and payments to Canadian artists and arts organizations.

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    1. You may search and informally request records that were released by the Canada Council in response to requests made under the Access to Information Act. Records requested informally will be disclosed as they were previously released under the Access to Information Act, including format, language and any exemptions or exclusions that were applied at the time of release. No fees are charged for informal requests. The statutory right to complain to the Office of the Information Commissioner of Canada does not extend to informal requests.

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    2. Informal Access request

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    3. Most information is available. Proof may be required to show that you have the right to make a request: Canadian citizenship, such as a copy of your passport or citizenship certificate; your status as a permanent resident, such as a copy of your permanent resident card; or temporary status in Canada, such as a work, study and/or visitor permit. Both Acts allow for a legal response time of 30 calendar days from the date of receipt of an official request. However, this period may be extended for limited and specific reasons identified in the Acts. For instance, extensions may be taken if: the request is for a large number of records or necessitates a search through a large number of records and meeting the original time limit would unreasonably interfere with the operations of the government institution; consultations are necessary to comply with the request that cannot be completed within the original time limit; or additional time is necessary for translation purposes or for converting personal information into an alternative format. Privacy Act Individuals can obtain their personal information under the Privacy Act. Specify the personal information you are seeking: dates; subject; and type of information, etc. The more precise your request, the faster it can be answered. Be specific enough so that the information can be retrieved. Personal Information Request Form [PDF, 244.9 KB] To obtain the personal information belonging to someone else, you must submit their written consent authorizing you to receive their personal information. Complete and submit the Consent Form to Disclose Personal Information to a Designated Third Party [DOC, 155 KB]. Access to Information Act To make a request, complete the Access to Information Request Form [PDF, 246.8 KB] or, send a dated and signed letter with the following information: a statement, indicating that you are making a request under the ATIA as specific a description as possible of the records to which you seek access. You may consult  Info Source for a description of records held by the Canada Council; your name, address and telephone numbers. Enclose a $5.00 application fee payable to "Canada Council for the Arts". Requests made under the Act may be transferable to a federal institution with greater interest under certain circumstances.

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