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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
The audited consolidated financial statements of the Government of Canada with
supporting notes and schedules are included in the Public Accounts of Canada
which are tabled in Parliament and subsequently released to the general public.
As part of the audit process, the Auditor General and the signatories to the ...
Position title: Public Affairs and General Relations Officer Appointment process
no: SPORE-FPDS-2018. Type: Indeterminate Department:General Relations
Section Number of vacancies: 1. Job category: Political/Public affairs. Level:
Officer Classification: LE-09. Starting salary: 92,706 SGD Location: High
Commission of ...
Organizational structure – text version. Minister and Receiver General for
Canada Carla Qualtrough. Procurement Ombudsman Lorenzo Ieraci; Deputy
Minister and Deputy Receiver General for Canada Marie Lemay. Associate
Deputy Minister Les Linklater. Assistant Deputy Minister, Pay Stabilization Project
Danielle May- ...
The National Energy Board (NEB) is seeking public input on what topics should
be considered in the review of the Energy East and Eastern Mainline pipeline
projects. The public will have until May 31 to provide their comments.
Public Safety Canada has a number of responsibilities that span national security
, emergency management, crime prevention, and policies with respect to law ...
General enquiries. Contact: 613-944-4875 or 1-800-830-3118. Fax (613)954-
5186. Electronic correspondence form. Teletypewriter (TTY) 1-866-865-5667.
Under the general direction of the Counsellor Political/Economic and Public
Diplomacy, the Public Affairs and General Relations Officer plans the
communications strategy and public advocacy program, including cultural
advocacy, of the High Commission in South Africa, Madagascar, Mauritius,
Namibia and Lesotho.
Public Safety Canada was created in 2003 to ensure coordination across all
federal departments and agencies responsible for national security and the
safety of Canadians. Our mandate is to keep Canadians safe from a range of
risks such as natural disasters, crime and terrorism.
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