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A linguistic recommendation from the Translation Bureau on capitalization in the
English and French names for the Canadian government, and on the correct
abbreviation for the government's name in English and French.
Apr 13, 2017 ... Registering your business with the government. You may have to register with
the government before you start operating your business. Before you register.
Before you register your business, you will need to know: where your main office
will be located; which other provinces and territories you plan to ...
An article on when to capitalize the titles of governments and of government
bodies such as departments, agencies, boards, committees and commissions.
About government. Contact us · Departments and agencies · Public service and
military · News · Treaties, laws and regulations · Government-wide reporting ·
Prime Minister · How government works · Open government ...
Jan 7, 2016 ... These companies are NOT operating on behalf of the Government of Canada.
Many have established websites that charge a fee to provide information and
submit eTA applications. This Government of Canada website is the official place
to apply for an eTA. Find out how these changes may affect you.
List of Job Titles - Senior government managers and officials (NOC 0012-0). Job
Bank provides detailed information based on the 2011 version of the National
Occupational Classification (NOC). The NOC is Canada's national system to
classify and describe all occupations across the country. In this classification,
each job ...
Our official recognition of bilingualism is limited, but expanding. For example, it
was at the specific request of the New Brunswick government that the adoption of
French and English as the official languages of that province was enshrined in
the Constitution. Ontario, which has the largest number of French-speaking
List of Job Titles - Government managers - health and social policy development
and program administration (NOC 0411-0). Job Bank provides detailed
information based on the 2011 version of the National Occupational
Classification (NOC). The NOC is Canada's national system to classify and
describe all occupations ...
Can the government-funded language program I took be used as proof I meet the
citizenship language requirement? Yes. You may submit a certificate from a
federally-funded Language Instruction for Newcomers Course ( LINC ) or Cours
de langue pour les immigrants au Canada ( CLIC ) program with your citizenship
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