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Jan 20, 2020 ... and Linguistics LW Law MI Military NE Nature and Environment PE Persons PR Processes SO Society and Culture ST Science and Technology TR Transport Minister Any Hon. Ahmed D. Hussen Hon. Anita Anand Hon. Bardish Chagger Hon. Bernadette Jordan Hon. Bill Blair Hon. Carla Qualtrough Hon. Carolyn Bennett Hon. Catherine McKenna Hon. Chrystia Freeland Hon. Dan Vandal Hon. David

Episode 12 - Indigenous Perspectives: Stories from Indigenous Public Servants

Jan 17, 2020 ... a little bit more, that's when I really started to see my career blossom because I felt more comfortable in my own skin, if you will, in the public service. TODD: So, now more than ever before, at least in my career which is about the same ten years, I'm seeing more and more evidence of Indigenous culture becoming part of our modern workplace whether it's

Indigenous Perspectives: Stories from Indigenous Public Servants

Jan 17, 2020 ... Episodes Episode 1 - What is Reconciliation? "It’s kind of mind-boggling that a country that I cherish so much as a Canadian, I feel like we’re such a good country. And you know I struggle with that now, I struggle with my Canadianness, and what that really means to me now." In this episode, public servants share their thoughts and feelings on what reconciliation

Celebrating the 2020 International Day of Education!

Jan 23, 2020 ... that everyone has access to an education that lives up to their ambitions, EduCanada awards generous scholarships every year. Find out more about new and upcoming scholarships at There are several new scholarship programs launching in the coming months, so stay tuned! On this important day, we encourage you to participate in events around the world

Her own way – a woman’s safe-travel guide -

Jan 9, 2020 ... year. The problems they face are diverse. Petty and violent crime, culture shock, poor sanitation, the dangers and disappointments of international cyber-dating – the challenges are many. But so are the benefits. With careful planning, common sense, and respect for religious and societal differences, you can minimize your risks and maximize your chances

Open First Whitepaper: Introduction

Jan 10, 2020 ... of understanding of the potential benefits, accompanied by a risk-averse technical and procurement culture, compounded by significant levels of misconceptions. Open Standards are essential to ensure interoperability between systems and enables easier migration and transitions to different systems. More so, the use of OSS supports interoperability and information sharing

Electoral Insight – Electoral Participation of Ethnocultural Communities - Elections Canada

Jan 14, 2020 ... if immigrants participate in politics? This might not be such an important concern, were we certain that the needs and preferences of immigrants were already adequately represented within the host society. However, because the new waves of immigrants come from societies with different cultures, there are reasons to suppose that their needs and preferences may

Project profile - Advancing Quality Education and School-Related Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights - FASE

Jan 27, 2020 ... programs so that they learn and succeed in their education. Canada is one of nine donors to FASE. This project enables the education ministry to implement annual activities such as: (1) constructing approximately 500 classrooms; (2) providing school grants/resources to over 13,000 schools; (3) providing approximately 13 million textbooks; (4) training 6,500

Understanding the Data

Jan 23, 2020 ...Understanding the Data Understanding the data Licence Understanding international assistance terms Data field definitions Social, economic and democratic development in diverse societies, countries and cultures with constant change is difficult to reflect entirely in numeric coding. A partner may aim to implement a project in several countries over a span

Cultural Information - Israel | Centre for Intercultural Learning

Dec 12, 2019 ... to find out where a person is from—the country is small so it’s likely someone has travelled there on a business meeting. Therefore, asking about how long the drive took, how much traffic was on the way (there’s always lots!) are good icebreakers. Top of Page Cultural Information - Communication Styles Question: What do I need to know about verbal and non-verbal

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