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Application Guidelines — Gender Equity in Sport Research Hub

Sep 12, 2019 ...Application Guidelines — Gender Equity in Sport Research Hub On this page List of acronyms Introduction Background Principles Objectives Application deadline Who can apply Eligible proposals Project duration Funding amounts Budget Eligibility criteria Limits of government assistance How to apply How proposals are evaluated Funding decisions How funding

T4A-NR - Payments to Non-Residents for Services Provided in Canada

Nov 8, 2019 ... commercials, but does not include film actors. For non-residents involved in live performances or sporting events, including stage actors, use code 71 "Arts, entertainment, and recreation." Non-resident recipient's name and address If you are preparing the T4A-NR slip for an individual, enter their last name, followed by the first name and initial. Otherwise, enter

National Sport Organization — Sport Support Program

Jul 10, 2019 ...National Sport Organization — Sport Support Program From: Canadian Heritage The National Sport Organization component of the Sport Support Program funds eligible organizations for programming that supports the development of Canadian athletes and coaches. Who can apply To be eligible for funding, your organization must be a national sport organization

Gender Equity in Sport Research Hub – Call for Proposals

Sep 12, 2019 ...Gender Equity in Sport Research Hub – Call for Proposals This call for proposals will fund an eligible Canadian university to lead and coordinate the Gender Equity in Sport Research Hub. This hub is to provide credible thought leadership and generate an evidence base to support gender equity in sport through innovative, transparent and sustainable research

BC sport fishing guide

Aug 13, 2019 ...Sport fishing guide - British Columbia Areas may be closed to fishing for many reasons, including for conservation purposes. Check to see if the spot you’re interested in falls in a restricted fishing area. Learn about fishing regulations and licence info, species identification, responsible fishing practices and more. Where are you fishing? Click

George's Marine and Sports | Directory of CBSA Offices and Services | Canada Border Services Agency

Oct 23, 2019 ...George's Marine and Sports Name George's Marine and Sports Region Northern Ontario Region District St. Lawrence Languages English Contact Us Local Address: 4000 Bath Road Kingston ON K7M 4Y4 Services Marine CANPASS/Private Boat (CAN/PB) Telephone Reporting Site/Marine (TRS/M) NEXUS/Marine (NEXUS/MARINE) Travellers Office Hours: *Except Holidays Monday: 08

Employers' Guide – Taxable Benefits and Allowances

Oct 24, 2019 ... allowances paid to players on sports teams or members of recreation programs Board, lodging, and transportation – Special work sites and remote work locations Special work sites Remote work locations Payroll deductions Cellular phone and Internet services Child care expenses Counselling services Disability-related employment benefits Payroll deductions Discounts

Sport participation

Jun 18, 2019 ...Sport participation The Government of Canada encourages sport participation and physical activity through strategic investments in Canada's sport system. These investments include funding to help children and youth and under-represented groups (for examples: women and girls, persons with a disability and Aboriginal peoples) through a number of activities

George's Marine and Sports | Répertoire des bureaux et services de l'ASFC | Canada Border Services Agency

Oct 23, 2019 ...George's Marine and Sports Nom George's Marine and Sports Région Région du Nord de l'Ontario District St. Laurent Langues Anglais Contactez-nous Adresse locale : 4000 chemin Bath Kingston ON K7M 4Y4 Services Maritime Site de déclaration par téléphone/Maritime (SDT/M) CANPASS/Bateaux privés (CAN/BP) NEXUS/Maritime (NEXUS/MARITIME) Voyageurs Heures de bureau

Sport and reconciliation

Jun 14, 2019 ...Calls to Action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Sport and reconciliation In support of the Government of Canada’s commitment to fully implement the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action, the Government of Canada has committed $18.9 million over five years starting in 2017-2018, and ongoing funding of $5.5 million every four years

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