Access to information
The Montreal Port Authority is subject to the Access to Information Act. Under this Act, it must respond to requests made by the public or organizations.
Who can make a request?
- You must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or have an address in Canada to make an Access to Information request. If you are a Canadian living outside Canada, you must provide proof of citizenship to receive the information you are requesting.
- Corporations, businesses and organizations with a presence in Canada are eligible to make an Access to Information request.
TO MAKE A REQUEST FOR ACCESS TO RECORDS
- Fill out the Access to information request form
- If you are unable to use the form, you may send a dated and signed letter containing the following information:
- A statement indicating that you are making a request under the Access to Information Act;
- A description as specific as possible of what records you are seeking;
- Your name, address, phone number(s) and an email address if you have one.
- Enclose a cheque or money order for $5 payable to the Montreal Port Authority for the application fee.
- Send to the following email or address:
For more information, visite the Government of Canada's website: Access to information.
Submit your request online
You can submit your request online using the ATIP Online Application Service. You will then be able to pay the application fee using your credit card.
Reports on administration of the Access to Information Act
Reports on the administration of the Privacy Act
Travel and hospitality expenses
The monthly business travel and hospitality expenses of NPA senior executives are posted on this site, but any information that would be withheld under the Access to Information Act or the Privacy Act is not disclosed.
Travel and hospitality expenses reports