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Summary Table. Find data on consumer price index, recreation, education and
reading, by province (2008 to 2012), (Canada).
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Table of job opportunities for your chosen occupation at the regional level. Date
Posted, Job Title, Employer, Location, Source. 2017-12-15, recreation technician,
Collège Mont-Saint-Louis. Montréal. Monster. 2017-12-14, swimming instructor -
sports, Loisirs 3000 inc. Anjou. Jobillico. 2017-12-13, Program leaders and ...
National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2016 - This category includes
occupations in art and culture, including the performing arts, film and video,
broadcasting, journalism, writing, creative design, libraries and museums. It also
includes occupations in recreation and sports. These occupations are linked by
71 · Arts, Entertainment and Recreation · 711 · Performing Arts, Spectator Sports
and Related Industries · 7111 · Performing Arts Companies · 71111 · Theatre
Companies and Dinner Theatres · 711111 · Theatre (except Musical) Companies
· 711112 · Musical Theatre and Opera Companies · 71112 · Dance Companies.
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Canada 2017 Version
1.0 - This industry group comprises establishments, not classified to any other
industry group, primarily engaged in operating outdoor or indoor facilities, or
providing services that enable patrons to participate in sports and recreational
Aug 18, 2017 ... Recreation Clubs are created and organized by Officer Cadets with the primary
intent of providing leadership opportunities for students. They also help to
develop the social skills of those who choose to get involved and to introduce
different leisure and athletic activities to the RMC community that may not ...
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Canada 2012 - This
sector comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating facilities or
providing services to meet the cultural, entertainment and recreational interests of
their patrons. These establishments produce, promote or participate in live
January 1, 1900. It may seem that without television, radio, movies, video games
or cars, people have very little to do for fun. Not true! In 1900, people make their
own fun with social gatherings, live theatre, singers, reading and especially
sports. Live theatre is big business across Canada. American and other foreign
List of approved projects for recreational infrastructure funding in Ontario.
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