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Celebrating Health Research: The faces of health research - CIHR

Apr 30, 2019 ... in the Rehabilitation Science Program at Queen’s University, under the supervision of Dr. Jordan Miller. Chronic pain affects an estimated one in five adults and is a leading contributor to years lived with disability, high health care costs, and lost work productivity. Adults with chronic pain commonly report suboptimal management in primary care, and as a result, can

2015-16 Report on Plans and Priorities - Library

Apr 25, 2019 ... Areas Act ;iv Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park Act ;v Historic Canal Regulations pursuant to the Department of Transport Act ;vi Heritage Railway Stations Protection Act ;vii Heritage Lighthouse Protection Act ;viii and Species at Risk Act .ix Year of Incorporation / Commencement: 1998 Organizational Context Raison d’être The Minister of the Environment

2019–20 Departmental Plan - Departmental Plan

Apr 11, 2019 ... is implemented in Canada by improving the integration of national parks with the broader landscape and the use of science and knowledge to inform conservation decision-making. It is also contributing to the conservation of species at risk by using multi-species and ecosystem-based strategies. Parks Canada will undertake these actions in collaboration with partners

Ukkusiksalik National Park of Canada Management Plan 2018 - Ukkusiksalik National Park

Apr 12, 2019 ... experiences. These special places make up one of the finest and most extensive systems of protected natural and cultural heritage areas in the world. The Government is committed to preserving our natural and cultural heritage, expanding the system of protected places and contributing to the recovery of species-at-risk. At the same time, we must continue to offer new

Quttinirpaaq National Park Management Plan 2009 - Quttinirpaaq National Park

Apr 12, 2019 ... of all things that affect the daily lives of Inuit and the application of that knowledge for the survival of a people and their culture. It is a knowledge that has sustained the past and that is to be used today to ensure an enduring futureFootnote 4. Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit will be incorporated into the management of Quttinirpaaq National Park. The six guiding

NSERC - Science Promoters - Science Exposed - How do I Win?

Jan 23, 2019 ...home about how do i win? past winners questions? Showcase your work and creativity to provide Canadians with a whole new perspective on science. Prizes Jury Prizes (x3) $2,000 People's Choice $2,000 How Do I Enter? You can apply as an individual or as a group You must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident of Canada or foreign student living in Canada

Mandate Letter Tracker: Delivering results for Canadians

Apr 24, 2019 ... taken, progress made Result anticipated: Canada has a modern energy regulator that is more representative of Canada's regions and diversity and has greater expertise to undertake its responsibilities in considering environmental science, the knowledge and perspective of Indigenous peoples, and community development. The new regulator will facilitate more timely

6.2 Program codes: Detailed for 2019 to 2020—Government-wide Chart of Accounts—Receiver General for Canada—PSPC—

May 6, 2019 ... of) BWO00 Science and Innovation Description: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada conducts scientific research, develops new knowledge and new technologies, and transfers the results to the agriculture and agri-food sector. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada also works with industry and other partners to strengthen the sector's capacity to develop and adopt innovative

2017-20 Departmental Sustainable Development Strategy: Update for 2019-20 | Natural Resources Canada

Apr 11, 2019 ... environment in which to live is important to their health and well-being. Among other things, this means reducing pollution to improve air quality, protecting them from harmful substances and preventing environmental emergencies (or reducing their impact if they do occur). NRCan contributes to this FSDS goal by preventing and mitigating the impacts of natural

Impact Of Climate Change On Forest Fires (AskNRCan) | Natural Resources Canada

Jan 18, 2019 ... you. The purpose of the show is to share with you not only the type of science that we do but also why we do it. So, at the end of the episode, if you have any questions on this topic, head to Twitter and tweet at us using the hashtag “#AskNRCAN”. Our experts will do their best to answer all relevant questions. Sounds good? Ok, let’s do this! [theme music

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