The information may be used or disclosed for the following purposes: reporting to management. Personal data is transmitted to Public Safety Canada for administrative purposes. Personal data may be transmitted to Public Works and Government Service Canada for payment purposes. This information is described in Public and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) Institution-Specific DEP Recipients (PWGSC PCU 712). This bank has been modified to remove references to CPP survey information and now contains information previously contained in Loss of Money – Debtors ESDC PPU 031. Individuals requesting the information described in this bank must provide the Social Security number, Old Age Security program account number, legal authority for those acting on behalf of an account holder or estate, Canada Revenue Agency business number, or a National Integrity Investigation System case number. Personal data may be stored in the following systems or databases: Major Sensitive Case Information System, National Integrity Investigation System, Quality Monitoring System and Information Technology Renewal Delivery System. This program activity monitors the evolution, revision, general information and activity reports related to the Non-Smoking Health Act. Personal data may be used and/or disclosed for political analysis, research, evaluation and/or audit purposes.
The information is shared with Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) for administrative purposes. This information is described in the GDP Public Service Pensions Databank (PWGSC PCU 702) below. Information is also shared with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) and Revenu Québec to process individual income tax returns, including initial assessments, validations, accounting and adjustments. This information is described in the institute-specific article CRA PPU PPU 005. The information may be used or disclosed for the following purposes: application, reporting to management, evaluation, internal audit and operation of the programme. Information may be shared with provincial and territorial ministries of labour in order to manage and implement their respective employment standards. The information is transmitted in accordance with the Employment and Social Development Act for the purpose of managing Part III of the Canada Labour Act. The information may also be used for policy analysis, research, evaluation, audits or statistical purposes and may be made available to contractors or other parties for the performance of these activities.
Most WEPP reports consist of aggregated data, but some personal information, such as a SIN, may be shared for activities such as audits. Personal data is used to manage the Employment Insurance program and detect fraud and abuse. It can also be used to assess the continuing right or to find overpayment where revised information reveals that individuals received sums to which they were not entitled. . . .