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A Guide to Researcher and Knowledge-User Collaboration in Health Research - CIHR

http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/44954.html

Jun 27, 2013 ...A Guide to Researcher and Knowledge-User Collaboration in Health Research Other format PDF version (556 KB) Developed by Participatory Research at McGill (PRAM) David Parry, BA (Hons.) Jon Salsberg, PhD Ann C. Macaulay, CM MD FCPC Table of Contents Preamble Section 1 Introduction Section 2 Identifying and recruiting researcher partners Section 3 Taking

Research and Development in Monthly Communication Reports in: March 2018 - Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying of Canada

https://lobbycanada.gc.ca/app/secure/ocl/lrs/do/rcntSmCmLgs;jsessionid=U-hThnHK-BRxldwJzhbvF9p-.app-ocl-01?cid=40&dt=2018-03&tb=historical

... Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada In-house Organization Designated Public Office Holders who participated in the communication: Bill Blair, Member of Parliament | House of Commons Radey Barrack, Member's Assistant | House of Commons

Reflections on Reform of the Federal Privacy Act (June 2008) - Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada

https://www.priv.gc.ca/en/privacy-topics/privacy-laws-in-canada/the-privacy-act/pa_r/pa_ref_df/

Jul 18, 2008 ... no direct counterparts in the Privacy Act. It is worth celebrating the political sponsorship that brought the 1982 Privacy Act (Bill C-43) into existence. After the fall of the Joe Clark government in December, 1979, Conservative M.P. (and former Cabinet Minister) Perrin Beatty introduced as a private member's bill, Bill C-535, the Privacy Act, 1980, which

The Lessons of Munich: MacKenzie King’s Campaign to Prepare Canada for War

http://www.journal.forces.gc.ca/vo5/no4/history-histoire-eng.asp

... the British were drawn into the ongoing dispute between Germany and Czechoslovakia over the Sudetenland. This crisis was a significant event for both Canada and Mackenzie King. Several historians, including John Thompson and Allen Seager, have described it as a “turning point.”21 King’s official biographer, H. Blair Neatby, has gone one step further, describing

Library and Archives Canada Blog | Library and Archives Canada Blog | Page 29

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... was one of the most important moments in Canadian history. Immortalized in art, the bravery of the soldiers and the sacrifices of the battle have become integral parts of our national mythology. Biography Katie Cholette has a BA (Hons.) in Art History, an MA in Canadian Art History and a PhD in Canadian Studies. She has previously worked as the Curator

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