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 PRIVACY ACT

Sections and Powers, Duties or Functions
8(2)
Disclose personal information without the consent of the individual to whom it relates
8(4)
Keep copies of requests made under 8(2)(e), keep records of information disclosed pursuant to such requests and to make those records available to Privacy Commissioner
8(5)
Notify the Privacy Commissioner in writing of disclosure under paragraph 8(2)(m)
9(1)
Retain a record of use of personal information
9(4)
Notify the Privacy Commissioner of consistent use of personal information and update index accordingly
10
Include personal information in personal information banks
14
Respond to request for access, within statuory deadline, give access or give notice
15
Extend time limit and notify applicant
16
Where access is refused
17(2)(b)
Language of access or alternative format of access
17(3)(b)
Access to personal information in alternative format
18(2)
May refuse to disclose information contained in an exempt bank
19(1)
Shall refuse to disclose information obtained in confidence from another government
19(2)
May disclose any information referred to in 19(1) if the other government consents to the disclosure or makes the information public
20
May refuse to disclose information injurious to federal-provincial affairs
21
May refuse to disclose information injurious to international affairs and/or defence
22
May refuse to disclose information injurious to law information and investigation
23
May refuse to disclose information injurious to security clearances
24
May refuse to disclose information collected by the Canadian Penitentiary Service, the National Parole Service or the National Parole Board
25
May refuse to disclose information injurious to which could threaten the safety of individuals
26
May refuse to disclose information about other individuals, and shall refuse to disclose such information where disclosure is prohibited under section 8
27
May refuse to disclose information subject to solicitor-client privilege
28
May refuse to disclose information relating to an individual's physical or mental health where disclosure is contrary to the best interests of the individual
31
Receive notice of investigation by the Privacy Commissioner
33(2)
Make representations to the Privacy Commissioner during an investigation
35(1)
Receive the Privacy's Commissioner report of findings of the investigation and give notice of action taken
35(4)
Give complainant access to information after 35(1)(b) notice
36(3)
Receive Privacy Commissioner's report of findings of investigation of exempt
37(3)
Receive report of Privacy Commissioner's findings after compliance investigation where the institution has not complied with sections 4 to 8
51(2)(b)
Request that matter be heard and determined in National Capital Region
51(3)
Request and be given right to make representations in Section 51 hearing
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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