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Canadian Heritage Information Network

Apr 30, 2019 ...Canadian Heritage Information Network The Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN), a Special Operating Agency within the Department of Canadian Heritage, offers valuable collections management resources to the Canadian museum community and online public access to millions of collections records. CHIN assists Canadian museums in documenting, managing

Canadian Heritage

Mar 11, 2019 ...Canadian Heritage Canadian Heritage and its portfolio organizations play a vital role in the cultural, civic and economic life of Canadians. Arts, culture and heritage represent $53.8 billion in the Canadian economy and more than 650,000 jobs in sectors such as film and video, broadcasting, music, publishing, archives, performing arts, heritage institutions

General publications - Canadian Heritage

Apr 17, 2019 ...General publications - Canadian Heritage Culture Satellite Account (CSA) Bill C-17.3, an Act to Establish the Department of Canadian Heritage Information about programs and information holdings Summary report on the Court Challenges Program consultations Renewal at Canadian Heritage – Report to the Clerk 2016 [PDF version, 4 MB] Canadian Heritage Portfolio

Audits - Canadian Heritage

Apr 5, 2019 ...Audits - Canadian Heritage Performance results for the internal audit function 2018-2019 Status of 2018-2019 projects 2019 Follow-up Audit of the PCH Pay System Control Environment [PDF Version, 1.2 MB] 2018 Audit of the PCH Pay System Control Environment [PDF Version, 912 KB] Executive Summary 2017 Audit of the Delegation of Authority Application [PDF

Forward Regulatory Plan - Canadian Heritage

Mar 27, 2019 ...Forward Regulatory Plan - Canadian Heritage A forward regulatory plan is a public list or description of anticipated regulatory changes or actions that a department intends to bring forward or undertake in a specified time frame. It is intended to give consumers, business, other stakeholders and trading partners greater opportunity to inform the development

Organization Structure - Canadian Heritage

Mar 12, 2019 ...Organization Structure - Canadian Heritage The Department of Canadian Heritage reports to the Minister of Heritage and Multiculturalism. Our official languages and TV5 programs report to the Minister of Tourism, Official Languages and La Francophonie. The Sport Canada activities and services report to the Minister of Science and Sport. The Department

Plans and reports - Canadian Heritage

Apr 11, 2019 ...Plans and reports - Canadian Heritage Departmental Plans 2019-20 Departmental Plan 2018-19 Departmental Plan 2017-18 Departmental Plan Departmental Evaluation Plans Departmental Evaluation Plan 2018-19 to 2022-23 [PDF Version, 1.32 MB] Departmental Results Reports 2017-18 Departmental Results Report (Formerly named Departmental Performance Report) 2016-17

Canadian Heritage Rivers System

Mar 20, 2019 ...Bighorn Sheep along Athabasca River, Alberta Canada’s national river program recognizes Canadian rivers with outstanding natural, cultural and recreational values. Today, there are 42 Canadian Heritage Rivers in the system, totalling close to 12,000 km in length! Winterlude activities on the Rideau Canal, Ontario Why designate rivers? Designating rivers

Raison d’être, mandate and role - Canadian Heritage

Apr 11, 2019 ...Raison d’être, mandate and role - Canadian Heritage Raison d’être The Department of Canadian Heritage (the Department) and its Portfolio organizations play a vital role in the cultural, civic and economic life of Canadians. Our policies and programs promote an environment where Canadians can experience dynamic cultural expressions, celebrate our history

Canadian Heritage Rivers System - Nahanni National Park Reserve

Apr 25, 2019 ...Canadian Heritage Rivers System The Canadian Heritage Rivers System (CHRS) was established in 1984 to give national recognition to the important rivers of Canada. It is a co-operative program between the federal and provincial / territorial governments to conserve the features and heritage values of significant rivers. River bend © Parks Canada

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