What information is available under the Access to Information Act and Privacy Act?
Most government information is available. Major exceptions are Cabinet documents and information that could harm Canada’s security or economy, federal-provincial relations or international affairs. Information about individuals may be disclosed only with their consent or if it is in the public interest. Individuals can get their personal information under the Privacy Act.
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