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Summaries of Completed Access to Information Requests

2018 – April

Request Number Summary of Request Disposition Number of Pages Disclosed
A-2017-00018 Date ranges: March 26 to May 22, 2011 and August 4 to October 19, 2015. Information: Elections Canada Online (elections.ca) uptime during the requested dates as well as visitor records for Elections.ca that are anonymized, including anonymized IP addresses (as submitted to Google Analytics), any location (geographic) information, date and time of request, and pages visited. Disclosed in Part 906
A-2017-00034 Provide internal briefings and reports on identified electoral integrity risks for the 2019 general election, including any illegal party and candidate practices, and cyber and third-party threats. Include records on preventing third-party influences and foreign intrusions in the 2019 general election. Provide reports from the Communications Security Establishment (CSE) on cyber and other threats to the election process. Provide records on the anticipated use of software tools, algorithms or analytics to influence election and vote outcomes in the 2019 general election. Timeframe: January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017. Disclosed in Part 229

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2018 – March

Request Number Summary of Request Disposition Number of Pages Disclosed
A-2016-00075 Any records, including but not limited to briefing materials, studies, reports and presentations, on the subject of computer hacking (also called cyberattacks) on Elections Canada computers/servers or computer hacking and the electoral system or computer hacking and electronic voting. Time frame is January 1, 2016, to the present. Please exclude cabinet confidences and emails. Disclosed in Part 217
A-2017-00035 Please release all email correspondence any of the following people have had with Stephen Zaluski of Justice Canada since January 1, 2006: Stéphane Perrault, Marc Mayrand, Hughes St-Pierre, Michel Roussel, Karine Morin, Vivian Cousineau, Belaineh Deguefé and Jacques Mailloux. Disclosed in Part 4
A-2017-00036 All complaints about online advertising by members of the public or party representatives during the 2015 federal election or subsequent by-elections. Online advertising can include ads seen on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat or Twitter, banner ads on websites in addition to influencer marketing or brand ambassadors. If there is a high volume of complaints, preference should be given to complaints that include a screenshot or pictures as evidence. Electronic records preferred: spreadsheets, databases, JPEGs or GIFs. Disclosed in Part 86

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2018 – February


Nothing to Report


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2018 – January

Request Number Summary of Request Disposition Number of Pages Disclosed
A-2016-00045 Provide scanned copies of all documents, letters and emails submitted to Elections Canada since January 1, 2010, by the listed Candidates or any agent thereof: John Williamson (Candidate in New Brunswick Southwest); Karen Ludwig (Candidate in New Brunswick Southwest). These documents would include, but are not limited to, their election returns and any correspondence between Elections Canada and their official agents. Disclosed in Part 1593
A-2017-00028 Provide copies of all records including emails, correspondence, reports, memos, internal/external briefing notes, backgrounds, texts or instant messages, media lines, Q & A, etc., regarding concerns of Canada's election integrity in the context/wake of the U.S. presidential election, from Jan. 1, 2016, to present, Oct. 6, 2017. Include such records related to Donald Trump. Disclosed in Part 245
A-2017-00033 Provide information from Elections Canada: Federal 2017 By-Election, Scarborough–Agincourt, poll-by-poll result and a map of Scarborough–Agincourt federal riding with all labelled poll boundaries at the time of the by-elections. All Disclosed 22

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