Corporate Plans and Reports
The CIB’s Summary Corporate Plan is tabled in Parliament annually.
Canada Infrastructure Bank discloses financial results in accordance with the requirements under the Financial Administration Act.
Access to Information and Privacy (ATIP)
The Access to Information Act governs access to information contained in federal government records. This means that Canadian citizens, permanent residents, persons present in Canada, or corporations can, formally or informally, request records under the control of Canada Infrastructure Bank.
NOTICE: Possible delays in treating your request
Openness, transparency and accountability are guiding principles of the Government of Canada. However, our ability to respond to requests within the timelines mandated by the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act may be affected by the exceptional measures put in place to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and protect the health and safety of Canadians. Access to information and personal information requests received from the public continue to be important to us. We will continue to make reasonable efforts to respond to requests, in accordance with operational realities. Given the business continuity planning measures implemented by the CIB, we recommend that you communicate with the CIB by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding during this period as we all navigate these unprecedented challenges.
How to Make an Access to Information Request
To make an access to information request, please complete this Access to Information Request Form and send it to the Canada Infrastructure Bank’s Access to Information and Privacy Coordinator:
Access to Information and Privacy Coordinator
Canada Infrastructure Bank
150 King Street West
Suite 2309, P.O. Box 15
Toronto, Ontario, M5H 1J9
Please note: each request made under the Access to Information Act must be accompanied by a CAD $5.00 application fee in the form of a cheque or money order made payable to the Canada Infrastructure Bank.
The Privacy Act governs the collection, use, disclosure and retention of personal information and gives all individuals in Canada access to information about themselves.
Travel and Hospitality Expenses
As part of our commitment to good governance and transparency, we have policies governing the reimbursement of reasonable expenses required for the purpose of business travel and hospitality. We voluntarily report, through our website, the travel and hospitality expenses for our President and CEO, senior executives and members of the Board of Directors. Expenses are reported by quarter and are reflected in the period during which they are reported in our financial records.
The following disclosure includes business expenses related to travel and hospitality expenses for the following activities: Board of Director-related meetings; stakeholder outreach; and operational activities. Information that would normally be withheld under the Access to Information Act or the Privacy Act does not appear in this section.