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Policy Development Contribution Program (PDCP)

https://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/cnt/bt/plc-dvlpmnt/index-en.aspx

Dec 13, 2017 ...Policy Development Contribution Program (PDCP) Public Safety Canada's Policy Development Contribution Program (PDCP) supports strategic projects undertaken by the Department's stakeholders that contribute to policy making and improved service delivery, in the areas of public safety and emergency management. Eligible recipients for the contribution program

Intergovernmental Sport Policy Development

https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/services/sport-policies-acts-regulations/policy-sport-intergovernmental.html

Oct 31, 2017 ...Intergovernmental Sport Policy Development Federal-Provincial/Territorial Sport Committee (FPTSC) Our sport system is strengthened through the collaboration of Federal-Provincial/Territorial (F-P/T) governments. In 1986, Federal-Provincial/Territorial Ministers Responsible for Sport, Fitness and Recreation created the Federal-Provincial/Territorial Sport

Public policy dialogue and development activities by charities

https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/charities-giving/charities/policies-guidance/public-policy-dialogue-development-activities.html

Jan 24, 2019 ...Public policy dialogue and development activities by charities For a general overview of the changes to the rules governing the political activities of charities, see the Questions and answers. Guidance Reference number CG-027 Issued January 21, 2019 This draft guidance replaces Policy statement CPS-022, Political activities. On this page Furthering

Policy Development Contribution Program (PDCP)

https://www.securitepublique.gc.ca/cnt/bt/plc-dvlpmnt/index-en.aspx

Dec 13, 2017 ...Policy Development Contribution Program (PDCP) Public Safety Canada's Policy Development Contribution Program (PDCP) supports strategic projects undertaken by the Department's stakeholders that contribute to policy making and improved service delivery, in the areas of public safety and emergency management. Eligible recipients for the contribution program

Policy on Regulatory Development

https://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat/services/federal-regulatory-management/guidelines-tools/policy-regulatory-development.html

Sep 7, 2018 ...Policy on Regulatory Development From Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat On this page Purpose Effective date Scope of application Context Definitions Principles Requirements Miscellaneous Amendment Regulations Accountability, roles and responsibilities Additional resources Enquiries Date of last revision of this policy 1. Purpose This Policy on Regulatory

Share and view ideas: Development of an Indigenous Knowledge Policy Framework for Proposed Project Reviews and Regulatory Decisions

https://www.canada.ca/en/services/environment/conservation/assessments/environmental-reviews/environmental-assessment-processes/share-and-view-ideas.html

Jun 12, 2019 ...Share your views on: an Indigenous knowledge policy framework for proposed project reviews and regulatory decisions From Environment and Climate Change Canada Current status: Open Opened on May 16, 2019. Will close to new input on June 28, 2019. Share your views on the development of an Indigenous Knowledge Policy Framework for proposed project reviews

4. The Implications of a New Life Stage for Policy Development | Policy Horizons Canada

http://horizons.gc.ca/en/content/4-implications-new-life-stage-policy-development

Sep 29, 2017 ...4. The Implications of a New Life Stage for Policy Development The transition to adulthood is becoming longer and more diverse and, as indicated in the literature on youth, policy and social institutions must adapt to this new stage of development. This stage was based socially on structural changes (new economic realities and labour market requirements

Developing Intellectual Property Policies: A How-To Guide for Museums

https://www.canada.ca/en/heritage-information-network/services/intellectual-property-copyright/guide-developing-intellectual-property-policies.html

May 1, 2019 ...Developing Intellectual Property Policies: A How-To Guide for Museums This page has been archived on the Web Information identified as archived is provided for reference, research or recordkeeping purposes. It is not subject to the Government of Canada Web Standards and has not been altered or updated since it was archived. Please contact us to request

2.1 Timeframe and Commitment: "How Long Will This Take?"

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May 1, 2019 ... than those available. Archived This page has been archived on the Web. Previous Table of Contents Next Policy development is not a short-term task. Timeframes cited in the literature on university policy development, and from informal inquiries made to museums that have developed IP policies, consistently note a process that takes from one to three years

2019–20 Departmental Plan: Disclosure of transfer payment programs of $5 million or more

https://www.canada.ca/en/impact-assessment-agency/corporate/transparency/accountability-performance-financial-reporting/2019-2020-departmental-plan/disclosure-transfer-payment-programs-5-million-more.html

Sep 12, 2019 ..., First Nations communities, other Aboriginal recipients and organizations, non-profit organizations Funding opportunities are advertised in local media as well as on the Agency website. Policy Dialogue Program 2016 Ongoing Contribution Voted – appropriated annually through Estimates 2018-19 Environmental Assessment Policy Development To support the provision

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