Find information on our proactive disclosures, such as travel and hospitality expenses (for selected government officials), contracts over $10,000, grants and contribution agreements over $25,000, as well as position reclassifications.
Access to information and privacy
Access to information and privacy provides Canadian citizens, permanent residents or any person (or entity) present in Canada the legal right to obtain information, in any form, that is under the control of a government institution.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) regularly conducts public consultations on issues that affect Canadians. Through consultations, the Department gains a greater understanding of the perspectives of a wide range of citizens, stakeholders as well as experts to help inform program and policy decisions. This section provides information on ongoing and past public consultations.
Court-approved legal notice of class action lawsuit in Canada
In 2008, the Federal Court of Canada certified a class action lawsuit in the case of Hinton v. Her Majesty the Queen, Court File No. IMM-5015-06.