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l♦I Immigration, Refugees .

Immigration, Refugies
and Citizenship Canada et Citoyennete Canada

Access to Information and Privacy Division Your File:
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
360 Laurier Avenue W
Ottawa ON KlA lll Our File:
A-2018-50657 / RD

DEC 2 7 2018

This is further to your request under the Access to Information Act, which was received on
November 26, 2018, for the following records:

Regarding the agreement between the Government of Canada, the UNHCR and the Open
Society Foundation to launch a joint initiative aimed at increasing private sponsorship of
refugees around the world, as announced at the below link, please provide copies of all
background and supporting policy documents. Include copies of any agreements involved.
Provide only final or latest versions of documents.­

Following a thorough search of our information holdings, I regret to inform you that no
records were found that respond to your request.

Please be advised that you are entitled to submit a complaint regarding the processing of
your request to the Information Commissioner within sixty days of the receipt of this notice.
The complaint form can be retrieved at:­

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Ray Davidson by
email at the following address:

Since� t?tuvx__
CI t) Michelle Dunn, CIPP/C
Assistant Director, Complex and Sensitive Issues Unit, Corporate Affairs
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada/ Government of Canada

Directrice adjointe, l'Unite des cas delicats et complexes, Affaires corporatives
Immigration, Refugies et Citoyennete Canada/ Gouvernement du Canada


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