Canada Post has been subject to the Access to Information Act (ATIA) since September 1, 2007. The ATIA allows Canadian citizens, individuals who are present in Canada but who are not Canadian citizens or permanent residents within the meaning of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and corporations that are present in Canada to request access to Canada Post records.
How to direct an ATI request to Canada Post
A. Print and complete the Access to Information Request Form. Each request must be accompanied by a $5.00 application fee; payment may be in the form of a cheque or money order payable to Canada Post Corporation.
B. Alternatively, you may submit a written request containing the following:
- A statement that you are making a request pursuant to the Access to Information Act;
- A detailed description of the records you wish to access;
- An indication on the format you wish to access the documents:
a) paper photocopies of records,
b) whether you wish to come onto Canada Post's premises to view them
- Your name, complete address, telephone number during regular business hours;
In both cases (A and B), send your request along with the application fee to:
Access to Information Directorate
Canada Post Corporation
2701 Riverside Drive Suite N1180
OTTAWA ON K1A 0B1
How to contact the Access to Information Directorate at Canada Post
If you have questions or comments concerning the administration of the Access to Information Act at Canada Post, please contact the Access to Information Directorate at the address above or by telephone:
Toll free: 1 (866) 913-2473
Fax: (613) 734-6660
NOTES: Click here for questions concerning records of a personal nature pursuant to the Privacy Act.
Info Source is a series of publications containing information about all Government of Canada departments, its organization and information holdings including those of Crown Corporations such as Canada Post. It is a key reference tool to assist members of the public in exercising their rights under the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act.
Business Travel and Hospitality Expenses
This section is created with the purpose of providing information on business travel and hospitality expenses incurred by the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation.
Canada Post delivers over 11 billion pieces of mail each year to 14 million destinations. Its 60,000 employees and 6,600 post offices – the largest retail network in the country – serve 32 million Canadians and over 1 million businesses and public institutions from coast to coast to coast. In 2007, The Canada Post Group recorded its 13th consecutive year of profitability, earning consolidated net income of $54 million on consolidated revenue from operations of $7,474 million.
In the interest of serving our customer and employee needs, Canada Post's President and CEO is required to visit various locations on a regular basis. Canada Post is a member of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) and, as such, he may be required to travel internationally to meet with other postal administrations, business partners, or to attend conferences.
The rules and guidelines for reimbursing travel and hospitality expenses are contained in Canada Post's Travel and Expense Claim Policy. This policy provides directives for reimbursement of legitimate and reasonable expenses incurred while conducting business on behalf of Canada Post.
Business travel and hospitality expenses on this site will be updated quarterly.
Please note that information that would not be disclosed under the Access to Information Act or the Privacy Act will not appear on this site.
|Transportation & Travel||Accommodations & Meals||Hospitality||Total Expenses|
|Deepak Chopra||$ 25,148||$ 2,192||$ 33||$ 27,373|