Access to Information
As a Crown corporation, the NCC is subject to the Access to Information Act. The law gives Canadian citizens and permanent residents the right to access records held by the federal government.
How to Make a Request
1. Print and fill out the Access to Information Request Form (Treasury Board) OR write a letter:
- stating that you are making a request under the Access to Information Act
- describing the records you want to access (be as specific as possible)
- indicating whether you want photocopies of documents or prefer to view the records
- providing your name, telephone number and full address
- including your signature and the date.
2. Enclose the application fee of $5 (make cheque or money order payable to the National Capital Commission).
3. Send the complete request (signed form or letter and application fee) to:
National Capital Commission
202–40 Elgin Street
Ottawa ON K1P 1C7
In accordance with the Access to Information Act, an area on the premises of this institution has been designated as a public reading room. The address is as follows:
Access to Information and Privacy
40 Elgin Street, 3rd Floor
The NCC will post a list of completed requests, starting in April 2011. You can view this list, as well as review annual reports on the NCC's application of the Access to Information Act and Privacy Act in our publications section.
For further information, contact:
Telephone: 613‐239‐5678 ext.:5198
Contracts Awarded with a Value of $5,000 and Over
The National Capital Commission makes monthly reports of Contracts Awarded with a Value of $5,000 and Over available for viewing through the Access to Information and Privacy Office.
If you wish to see or obtain a copy of any of these reports, please contact our office.