Annual Report to Parliament 2010-2011

PART III - DELEGATION ORDER

The Minister of Justice of Canada, pursuant to section 73 of the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act, hereby designates the persons holding the positions set out in the schedule hereto, or the persons occupying on an acting basis those positions, to exercise the powers and functions of the Minister as the head of a government institution, under the section of the Act set out in the schedule opposite each position. This designation replaces the attached designation.

Schedule
Position Privacy Act and Regulations Access to Information Act and Regulations
The Director, Access to Information and Privacy Office Full authority Full authority
The Assistant Director and the Legal Counsel, Access to Information and Privacy Office 15, and the mandatory provisions of 26 for all records 8(1), 9, 11(2) to (6) inclusive, and the mandatory provisions of 19(1) for all records
The Senior Access to Information and Privacy Advisors 15 for all records 8(1) and 9 for all records

Dated, at the City of Ottawa,
This 9th day of May 2006

Original signed by the Minister of Justice
May 9th, 2006

THE HONOURABLE VIC TOEWS
MINISTER OF JUSTICE

SCHEDULE TO DELEGATION ORDER

DELEGATION OF POWERS, DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS PURSUANT TO SECTION 73 OF THE ACCESS TO INFORMATION ACT

Sections and Powers, Duties or Functions
7(a)
Written notice to requestor
8(1)
Transfer request to another institution or accept transfer from another institution
9
Extend time limits
10
Where access is refused
11(2)(3)
11(4)(5)
11 (6)
Charge additional fees
12(2)(3)
Language of access or alternative format of access
13
Exempt information obtained in confidence
14
Exempt information pertaining to federal-provincial affairs
15
Exempt information pertaining to international affairs and/or defence
16
Exempt information pertaining to law enforcement and investigations
17
Exempt information pertaining to the safety of individuals
18
Exempt information pertaining to the economic interests of Canada
19
Exempt personal information
20
Exempt or disclose third party information
21
Exempt information pertaining to advice, decision-making processes of government plans and positions etc.
22
Exempt information pertaining to testing procedures
23
Exempt information pertaining to solicitor-client privilege
24
Exempt information subject to statutory prohibitions
25
Sever information
26
Exempt information to be published
27(1)(4)
Third party notification
28(1)(2)
28(4)
Receive third party representations; make a decision as to whether to disclose the record or part thereof; and, notify third party of right to appeal to Federal Court
29(1)
Disclose information on recommendation of Information Commissioner
33
Advise the Information Commissioner of any third party involvement
35(2)
Make representations to the Information Commissioner during an investigation
37(4)
Give access to complainant
43(1)
Issue a notice to a third party of an application for Court review
44(2)
Issue a notice to an applicant that a third party has applied for Court review
52(2)(3)
Request special rules for hearings
69
Exclude Cabinet Confidences
71
Inspection and exemption of information in manuals
72(1)
Prepare Annual Report to Parliament
77
Carry out responsibilities conferred on the head of the institution by the regulations made under section 77 which are not included in the above
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