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GL-02 — Guidelines for the Protection of the General Public in Compliance with
Safety Code 6. Replaced March 2013 by CPC -2-0-20 — Radio Frequency (RF)
Fields – Signs and Access Control.
Apr 1, 1982 ... As a result of a recommendation made by the National Joint Council of the Public
Service of Canada, the Treasury Board considered and approved ( TB 766604)
the payment of a first aid allowance for certain employees required to be
available to render first-aid to the general public. This directive is ...
Sep 11, 2017 ... TC's Transportation of Dangerous Goods directorate promotes public safety
during the transportation of dangerous goods. Safety awareness kits include
safety awareness material such as handouts, safety advisories, and the TDG
Jun 17, 2016 ... Index page of publications for the general public produced by the Division of
Aging and Seniors.
Dec 2, 2016 ... General public – How to prevent and report corruption. What can you do to
prevent and fight corruption? You can help reduce the impact of bribery and
corruption, near you and on the global stage. Take the time to learn about the
issues and how you can help prevent and detect corrupt practices. Everyone ...
Jan 19, 2018 ... Plants With Novel Traits: Information for the general public.
Election launch – general public. Transcript of the radio ad. Vote. Shape your
world. (musical intro). A federal election is taking place on Tuesday, October 14.
To vote, you must now prove your identity and address. Watch your mail!
Elections Canada will send you all the information you need to vote, including the
list of ...
Mar 30, 2016 ... General public services spending per capita, provincial–territorial and local
governments, 2014. dollars. Newfoundland and Labrador, 3,181. Prince Edward
Island, 1,958. Nova Scotia, 1,657. New Brunswick, 2,403. Quebec, 2,655. Ontario
, 2,044. Manitoba, 1,569. Saskatchewan, 1,484. Alberta, 1,487.
Because the Attorney General is fully accountable to Parliament for the
prosecution function, the Act ensures a measure of oversight for the exercise of
prosecutorial discretion. First, s. 3(3), which outlines the Director of Public
Prosecutions' ( DPP ) ...
Nov 30, 2016 ... Every fall, the Receiver General publishes the Public Accounts of Canada, a
three-volume set of documents that provide substantial detail on the
government's financial operations over the previous fiscal year.
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