||Access to Information (ATI) Process||
Updated: 04 Mar 2020
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All disabled veterans, whether your claims were successful or not are encouraged to request information on your personal and 'private' file.
This ATI instruction is also available under VVi Database Ser 888 http://www.veteranvoice.info/db/query-word_search_more.asp?search_fd0=888
Dept of Justice - Access To Information Act website. http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/A-1/index.html
ACCESS TO INFORMATION
I highly recommended that each and every pensioned veteran makes an access to information with VAC. For one, they sometimes loose documents, second you have personal notes of individuals who handled your case and it is often interesting to see what they wrote on you.
The form used to request information is TBC/CTC 350-58 located here:
A PDF Performa for for ATI may also be found here: http://veteranvoice.info/archive/info_ATI form.pdf
The VAC web page on ATI may be found at http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/department/organization/atip
Once your form is filled out you can send it to:
Veterans Affairs Canada
Access to Information and Privacy Coordinator
Tel.: (902) 566-7060
Fax: (902) 368-0496
Remember to enclose a cheque of five dollars ($5.00) with your mailed ATI.
They will accept faxes.
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