National Security and Intelligence Review Agency Act
Marginal note:Complaints — Communications Security Establishment
17 (1) Any person may make a complaint to the Review Agency with respect to any activity carried out by the Communications Security Establishment and the Agency must, subject to subsection (2), investigate the complaint if
(a) the complainant has made a complaint to the Chief of the Communications Security Establishment with respect to that activity and the complainant has not received a response within a period of time that the Agency considers reasonable or is dissatisfied with the response given; and
(b) the Agency is satisfied that the complaint is not trivial, frivolous or vexatious or made in bad faith.
Marginal note:Other redress available
(2) The Review Agency must not investigate a complaint in respect of which the complainant is entitled to seek redress by means of a grievance procedure established under the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations Act.
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