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Transparency: Canada Border Services Agency

Proactive disclosure of information, made public so that Canadians and Parliament are better able to hold the Government and public sector officials to account.

Public disclosures

: Update

The CBSA ATIP office is now back to full capacity and has successfully retrieved 4,000 ATIP requests that were accidentally lost during server maintenance by Shared Services Canada (SSC) on . SSC continues its efforts to retrieve all of the information.

Read the news release for more information. You can continue to submit ATIP requests through the online portal.

President's mandate letter from the Minister

Commitments and top priorities.

Access to information and privacy

Make an access to information or personal information request. Proactive disclosures and annual reports. Agency policies.


Public consultations and reports on completed consultations.

Briefing documents

Briefing notes prepared for the minister, president and senior managers.

Corporate reports

Annual reports, plans, audits, evaluations, reports to the minister.

Detention and monitoring statistics

Reports and statistics on arrests, detentions and removals.

Sustainable development strategy

Investments in clean energy, waste reduction and more.

2023 Year in review

Our accomplishments by the numbers.

Code of Conduct

Our values and workplace standards.

Asbestos inventory

All buildings owned by the CBSA and whether or not they contain asbestos.

Misconduct investigations and disciplinary measures statistics

Agency employees are encouraged to adhere to high standards of conduct.

Internal audit performance results

Reports on key compliance attributes.

Land Border Crossing Project

Modernizing 24 ports of entry across Canada.

CBSA on Open Government

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