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M. S. v Minister of Employment and Social Development

Oct 16, 2019 ... and anxiety. She has never gone back to work. [2] She applied for motor vehicle accident benefits. If you are injured in a car accident in Ontario, you are entitled to benefits to care for your injuries. Injuries are classified in three levels. The most serious ones are “catastrophic”. If you have a catastrophic impairment, then you can get additional medical

Clean Canada

Oct 10, 2019 ... efficiently to get around, heat our homes and fuel our industries – keeping life affordable, fighting climate change, and helping us build a better future for our kids and grandkids. We’re also taking steps to make our communities more resilient to the impacts of climate change. In recent years, we’ve seen floods in urban and rural areas, from the National Capital

Celebrating Health Research: The faces of health research - CIHR

Oct 21, 2019 ...Discoveries for life The faces of health research Welcome to CIHR's health research storybook, where you can read about the life-changing research happening right here in Canada – presented by researchers and patients in their own words. Hear from researchers about why they pursued a career in health research, and learn about the health problems they're

Electoral Insight - Reform of Election Financing: Canada, Great Britain and the United States - Elections Canada

Oct 16, 2019 ... to the Senate of Canada. “Today women do not have to face the same difficulties as of old; they can make their influence more widely felt and they are listened to a little more, but a world in which men and women are completely equal is still far from being realized. All my life I have recommended that one must ask questions, take a position, and act upon it.” – Thérèse

Video: Building the financial health and resilience of Canadians

Jun 19, 2019 ... levels, debt stressors etc. Financial resilience very much informed through the ANZ work is around that ability to weather unforeseen life events, financial stressors and shocks. In there we very much look at different aspects which relate to enablers that someone can put in place such as an emergency savings fund, the ability to weather unforeseen life events

2017 Commissioner of Firearms report | Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Nov 12, 2019 ... delivery; commits to ongoing improvement and innovation to achieve the highest levels of service; engages its clients and stakeholders in reviewing and developing policies, and in communicating critical information on Program requirements and results; manages its resources efficiently to provide good value for money; provides clear and accurate reporting of Program

Surrey RCMP - Newcomer's Guide

Aug 20, 2019 ... as a result of a crime, accident or event. Witness: Someone who sees a crime or accident take place. Suspect: Someone who is thought to have committed a crime or offense. Questions or Concerns If you have questions, concerns or complaints about your interactions with police you have the right to voice them. You can contact the Surrey RCMP to discuss your concerns

A Prescription for Canada: Achieving Pharmacare for All - Final Report of the Advisory Council on the Implementation of National Pharmacare

Sep 24, 2019 ...: Key challenges facing Canada’s prescription drug system 3.1 Fairness 3.2 Cost 3.3 Sustainability 3.4 Value for money 3.5 The case for national pharmacare Chapter 4: A pharmacare plan for Canada 4.1 Principles of national pharmacare 4.2 Terms of coverage 4.2.1 Who will national pharmacare cover? 4.2.2 What drugs will pharmacare pay for? 4.2.3 What costs

NEB – Pipeline Profiles: Many Islands pipelines

Aug 28, 2019 ... of the Many Islands pipeline. Tolls Section updated June 2019 A toll is the price charged by a pipeline company for transportation and other services. Tolls allow pipeline companies to safely operate and maintain pipelines. Tolls also provide funds for companies to recover capital (the money used to build the pipeline), pay debts, and provide a return to investors

Departmental Plan 2018-2019 — Canadian Heritage

Oct 17, 2019 ... am pleased to present to Parliament and to all Canadians the 2018–19 Departmental Plan for Canadian Heritage. We have a great opportunity to build upon our successes over the past year. From Canada 150 celebrations during which over 25,000,000 people participated in almost 6,000 events across the country, to the launch of Creative Canada in support of our

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