Update concerning FOIPOP Access to Information Requests and COVID-19
Cape Breton University campus facilities are now closed with employees working remotely to support CBU operations. CBU is still processing Access to Information Requests, but processing timelines may be impacted at this time. Many employees of the University are currently working remotely and may not be able to search for all records responsive to a request (i.e. paper records that are held on campus). We will work with departments to make every effort to process your request in a timely manner and will communicate with you about any delays.
At this time, please send all requests by both email and mail to ensure that your request is promptly received. Please include your email address in your application to allow for communication while staff are working remotely.
Emails may be sent directly to CBU’s Privacy Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Paper applications and application fees can be sent to:
Attn: Courtney Vienneau
Cape Breton University
1250 Grand Lake Rd.
Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada
Cape Breton University is committed to protecting the privacy of students, staff, faculty, alumni and visitors to our campus. The handling of all personal information by CBU is governed by Nova Scotia’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPOP). The FOIPOP Act ensures that public bodies, including universities, are accountable to the public and that the public have a right to request access to records, the right to correct information about themselves, and the right to have their personal information protected from unauthorized collection, use, and disclosure.
Please click on any of the menu items on the left to learn more about our commitment to protecting privacy.
CBU Privacy Policies