苹果淫院

苹果淫院 Alert / Alerte de 苹果淫院

Updated: Fri, 07/12/2024 - 12:16

苹果淫院 Alert. The downtown campus will remain partially closed through the evening of Monday, July 15. See the for details.

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Access to Documents

苹果淫院, like other public institutions in Qu茅bec, is subject to the (the 鈥淎ct鈥). The Act allows any person to obtain鈥攗pon request鈥攄ocuments held by a public body, subject to certain restrictions.

What is 'Access to Documents'?

The Act establishes a 鈥榬ight of access鈥 to documents held by public bodies in the exercise of their duties. A 鈥榙ocument鈥 means information recorded in writing or print, on sound tape or film, in computerized form, or otherwise. For the right of access to apply, the document must exist at the time that a request is submitted. Because the right of access applies to information recorded in a document, and only to documents that exist at the time, the University is not obliged to create documents or perform calculations to respond to requests for documents.

The Act enumerates several restrictions that the public body may invoke to the right of access.

The (CAI) is the government agency responsible for implementing and overseeing the Act.

Proactive Disclosure: Commonly Requested Information

The following links offer pathways to information that 苹果淫院 proactively releases on a routine or periodic basis. For access to such information, there is no need to submit a formal request.

Annual Reports: 苹果淫院鈥檚 most recent annual report to the National Assembly, which includes information on compensation of the senior administration (脡tat de traitement). Previous reports may be found on the by searching for 鈥溒还衡 in the tabled documents of different sessions.

苹果淫院 Profile: Enrolment Service鈥檚 snapshot of 苹果淫院鈥檚 student admissions by year, including information on the number of students admitted, students鈥 geographical origins, and admissions by university unit.

Enrolment Reports: Enrolment Service鈥檚 detailed overview of enrolment and graduation statistics. This includes enrolment information by faculty, department, and with respect to international students.

Budget Book: This reflects the financial information as approved in the budget book by the Board of Governors.

Salary Scales: Human Resources鈥 overview of salary scales for 苹果淫院 staff.

Submitting an Access to Documents Request

At 苹果淫院, the person in charge of access to documents is the Secretary-General. Requests may be submitted to the Secretary-General by mail, by email (accesstodocuments.secretariat [at] mcgill.ca), or by phone. To have the right to appeal the response to your request before the CAI, you must submit your request in writing.

By mail:

Secretary-General, Access to Documents and Protection of Personal Information
James Administration Building, Room 313
845 Sherbrooke Street West
鈥婱ontr茅al (QC) H3A 0G4

By phone:

514-398-1568 (Please note that requests for personal information are only receivable in writing)

Receiving documents from an access request is generally free, but certain fees can result. Please consult Qu茅bec鈥檚 for more information.

The following webpages may also be helpful:

苹果淫院 Classification Plan

苹果淫院鈥檚 Administrative and Academic Structure

For general questions, or for more information on accessing documents held by 苹果淫院, consult Lucy Brown, Regulatory Officer, by email (accesstodocuments.secretariat [at] mcgill.ca) or by phone (514-398-1568).

Requests for Administrative Information

Administrative documents are documents that contain information regarding the general operations of the University. Certain administrative documents, such as drafts and preliminary notes, are exempted from the right of access.

Requests for administrative documents may be made in writing or by telephone (though only a written request allows you to apply for review of the decision to the CAI). Such requests must be specific enough to enable the person in charge to locate the documents requested. Please note that you will only receive a written response if you make a request in writing.听

Complete this Form to Submit a Request for Administrative Documents

Requests for Personal Information

The Act defines personal information as any information concerning a natural person that allows that person to be identified. As a general principle, all personal information is confidential and cannot be disclosed without the consent of the person concerned. Everyone, however, has a right of access to documents that contain their own personal information.

Requests for personal information must be made in writing. A request for personal information without any further precisions means a request for the contents of a personal file held by 苹果淫院 in the exercise of its functions.

Staff members requesting the contents of their personnel files may contact Human Resources. Students requesting the contents of their student files may contact Enrolment Services. Please note that only requests for personal information submitted through the Secretariat are eligible for the right of appeal pursuant to section 135 of the Act.

Right of Correction聽(Exercising Your Right to Correct Personal Information)聽

The Access Act provides that individuals have the right to request corrections to their personal information held by public bodies. This right is pivotal in ensuring that the data about you, in the hands of public entities, is accurate, complete, and up-to-date.听

If you believe that any personal information about you, retained by a public body, is incorrect or incomplete, you are entitled to request a correction. This request must be made in writing, clearly indicating the information to be corrected and providing the necessary documents to substantiate your claim.听聽

What Happens After a Request is Submitted?

After you submit a request, the Secretariat will send an email acknowledging receipt of your request, and will notify you if clarifications are required. If clarifications are necessary, the request will be deemed to be received on the day the clarifications are received.

The Act stipulates that a response must be provided to you within 20 calendar days of the date of receipt. The University may, with notice given in writing, invoke a 10-day extension to the 20-day deadline. Please be advised that if documents are provided by a third party and it is necessary to contact the third party to obtain permission to release them, you will be notified of the additional delays involved. If the University fails to respond within the specified timelines, it is deemed under the law to have refused your request and you are entitled to apply to the CAI for a review of this decision. If the University denies access to a document or to information contained in a document, it must cite the section of the Act upon which the denial is based.

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