Annual Report 2020−21 - 4.7 MB
Annual Report 2019−20 - 12.8 MB
Annual Report 2018−19 - 5.5 MB
Annual Report 2017−18 - 4.2 MB
Annual Report 2016−17 - 5.4 MB
Public Servants Disclosure Protection Act
The Gallery reports one case of conflict of interest on October 28th, 2010 involving an employee who neglected to disclose his intent to run for office as a school trustee. The employee left the Gallery shortly thereafter. The Gallery requires all its employees to disclose any potential conflicts of interest but was unaware of this case until after the fact.
Annual Reports on the Administration of the Access to Information Act
Annual Reports on the Administration of the Privacy Act
The National Gallery of Canada posts summaries of completed Access to Information Requests on the Open Government Portal.
Please note that requests related primarily to personal information or third party proprietary information are not included.
The National Gallery of Canada is committed to the protection of personal information used in the course of providing programs and services to the public and its employees.
Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs) ensure that all activities requiring the collection, use, disclosure, retention, and disposition of personal information are carried out in accordance with the federal Privacy Act and recognized privacy principles. PIAs ensure that privacy risks associated with those activities are identified and resolved or mitigated to the extent reasonable.
In accordance with Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat (TBS) requirements, a copy of each PIA is provided to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada and to TBS for review. This page lists the Gallery’s PIAs.
PIA summary for Galaxy Ticketing and Membership Systems – September 2022
As a federal institution subject to the Access to Information Act and Privacy Act, the National Gallery of Canada publishes, on an annual basis, Information about Programs and Information Holdings (formerly Info Source).
The publication contains a corporate profile and description of the information collected by the Gallery. More specifically, it describes the functions, programs, activities, and related information holdings that are subject to the Access to Information Act and Privacy Act. It also provides the public, and current and former employees with relevant information to access personal information about themselves.
In addition to assisting individuals in exercising their rights under the Access to Information Act and Privacy Act, the publication supports the federal government’s commitment to facilitating access to information.