Access To Information and Privacy (ATIP)
The Access to Information Act gives every Canadian citizen, permanent resident, individual or corporation present in Canada the right to request access to records that are under the control of Federal Government institutions regardless of their format.
The purpose of the Privacy Act is to protect the privacy of individuals with respect to their personal information and, so, governs the Federal Government’s collection, retention, use and disclosure of that information. It also provides individuals (including those in Canada who are not permanent residents or citizens) with a right of access to their personal information.
Each request submitted under the Access to Information Act must specify which of the following companies the request is to: Canada Development Investment Corporation, Canada Eldor Inc., Canada TMP Finance Ltd., Canada Enterprise Emergency Funding Corporation, Canada Growth Fund Inc. or Canada Hibernia Holding Corporation and be accompanied by a $5 application fee (cheque or money order) payable to the company concerned.
There are no fees associated with submitting a request under the Privacy Act.
The Government of Canada maintains a database of completed Access to Information (ATI) requests including requests completed by CDEV and its subsidiaries since 2019.
Follow the link to browse previously requested records and request a copy at no cost.
Submit a Request
The Access to Information and Privacy Online Request Service enables individuals to make an online request for information that is held by a Government of Canada institution. It offers a convenient way to make:
- an Access to Information request
- a Personal Information request
Mail and E-mail
Access to Information and Privacy Coordinator
161 Bay Street, Suite 4540, Toronto, Ontario M5J 2S1
The links below provide the Info Source chapter for Canada Development Investment Corporation and its subsidiaries: