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Oct 14, 2019 ... Economics and Industry ET Education and Training FM Form descriptors GV Government and Politics HE Health and Safety HI History and Archaeology IN Information and Communications LB Labour LN Language 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

Northern Scientific Training Program

Oct 9, 2019 ...Polar Knowledge Canada (POLAR) is on the cutting edge of Arctic issues and strengthens Canada's position internationally as a leader in polar science and technology. POLAR also promotes the development and distribution of knowledge of other circumpolar regions, including Antarctica. It will provide a world-class hub for science and technology research in Cam...

Find wage subsidies to hire students in STEM or business

Sep 16, 2019 ...Find wage subsidies to hire students in STEM or business From: Employment and Social Development Canada Work placements are a win-win for employers and students. Through the Student Work Placement program, employers can apply for wage subsidies to help them hire students in science, technology, engineering,math (STEM) or business. How much you could get up

List of universities outside Canada registered as qualified donees

Oct 10, 2019 ...-01) New Jersey Hoboken Stevens Institute of Technology Revoked (2014-04-23) Registered (2012-01-01 to 2014-04-22) New Mexico Santa Fe St. John’s College Registered (2012-01-01) New York Albany Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Registered (2012-01-01) New York Alfred Alfred University Registered (2012-01-01) New York New York American University

Upcoming Recruitment Events

Oct 11, 2019 ... and Computer Science Fair Concordia University John Molson School of Business, 9th floor 1450 Guy St Montréal, Quebec 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Engineering and computer science students We're pumped to meet engineering and computer science students at Concordia University this fall! We have a variety of IT jobs for students, so come see us and find out how you can join our

Canada Day in the Capital region

Sep 18, 2019 ...Find information on Canada Day celebrations in the Capital Region, including details about the performing artists and fireworks. Know how to get around or use the calendar of events to see what's taking place on Parliament Hill, Major's Hill Park, the Canadian Museum of History and elsewhere in the Capital Region.

Designated learning institutions list

Oct 2, 2019 ... O19394569014 St. Catharines Main Campus Yes Bryan College of Applied Health & Business Sciences O116458952783 Toronto Toronto No Business and Technical Training College Inc. O112370832787 North York North York No Cambrian College of Applied Arts and Technology O19394699409 Sudbury Main Campus Yes Cambrian College of Applied Arts and Technology O19394699409 Brampton

Technical Advisory Committee on Science and Knowledge

Sep 3, 2019 ...Technical Advisory Committee on Science and Knowledge From: Impact Assessment Agency of Canada The Technical Advisory Committee on Science and Knowledge provides the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada with expert advice on topics related to impact assessments, as well as regional and strategic assessments. These topics include scientific, environmental

Canada-Ontario Agreement on Great Lakes: annex 4

Oct 8, 2019 ..., environmental stewardship projects and beneficial management practices; and (b) Complete the development and promote implementation of the Bay of Quinte phosphorus reduction strategy based on the most up-to-date science and information. Result 1.3 - Implementation of contaminated sediment management strategies in the Niagara River, Bay of Quinte and St. Lawrence River

Departmental Plan 2019 to 2020 report, Environment and Climate Change Canada, chapter 3

Oct 4, 2019 .... Improved building codes and standards to enable Canadian homes to use less energy. Made historic investment in clean technology, innovation, and green infrastructure to drive growth and reduce pollution. The PCF is working. Canada’s most recent projections show that emissions in 2030 are expected to be 223 million tonnes lower than projected prior to the adoption

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