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Completed Access to Information requests

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights posts summaries of completed Access to Information requests processed by its ATIP Secretariat. Please note that requests surrounding personal information or third party proprietary information are not included.

If you wish to obtain a copy of the records released in response to these requests, submit an informal request to:

Access to Information and Privacy Secretariat
Canadian Museum for Human Rights
85 Israel Asper Way
Winnipeg, MB
R3C 0L5

atip@humanrights.ca

2019

DateRequest NumberSummary of RequestDispositionNumber of Pages Disclosed
NovemberNothing to report
OctoberNothing to report
SeptemberNothing to report
AugustNothing to report
JulyNothing to report
JuneNothing to report
MayNothing to report
AprilNothing to report
MarchA-2018–03All records regarding Aung San Suu Kyi from Aug. 1, 2017 to Aug. 13, 2018.Disclosed in part 906
FebruaryNothing to report
JanuaryNothing to report

2018

DateRequest NumberSummary of RequestDispositionNumber of Pages Disclosed
DecemberNothing to report
NovemberA-2018–01Costs of repairs, maintenance, new construction and utilities since September 2014. A list of contractors, project titles and award amounts since September 2014. All contracts and reports provided by Graham Bird & Associates.Disclosed in part1,356
OctoberNothing to report
SeptemberA-2018–02Asset wish lists, as specified under Info Source record number CMHR EXH01, dated from September 19, 2014 — August 1, 2018. Request Abandoned.0
AugustNothing to report
JulyNothing to report
JuneNothing to report
MayNothing to report
AprilNothing to report
MarchNothing to report
FebruaryNothing to report
JanuaryNothing to report

2017

DateRequest NumberSummary of RequestDispositionNumber of Pages Disclosed
December

A-2017–0003

A-2017–0004

The risk evaluation document referred to in the annual report 2016–2017.

Number of paid visits (i.e. individual tickets sold) at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights each year from 2014, 2015, 2016 and year-to-date in 2017.

Disclosed in part

All disclosed

Number of pages: 1

Number of pages: 4

NovemberNothing to report
OctoberNothing to report
SeptemberNothing to report
AugustNothing to report
July

A-2016–00002

A-2017–0001

A-2017–0002

All CMHR facility expenses approved by Dave Noseworthy and John Kowalski in 2014, 2015 and 2016.

Records from the last 2 years relating to controversial content in the digital displays in the Canadian Journeys gallery.

A complete list of corporate members of the Museum for the years 2016 and 2017.

Disclosed in part

No records exist

Disclosed in part

Number of pages: 1,163

Number of pages: 1

JuneA-2016–00003All contractual documents for insurance related services, insurance policies, and risk management assessments and reportsDisclosed in partNumber of pages: 591
MayNothing to report
AprilNothing to report
MarchNothing to report
FebruaryA-2016–00004A list of all donors to the CMHR from 2010 to 2016, including donation amounts and contact information.Request abandoned
JanuaryNothing to report