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Operating context and key risks | Natural Resources Canada

Nov 9, 2017 ... to reduce emissions from energy production and use, and to find long-term solutions for reducing and eliminating air pollutants. Projects included research, development and/or demonstration of electric vehicle infrastructure, cleaner oil and gas technologies, and clean energy innovation in priority areas such as: Promoting renewable, smart grid and storage systems

Spending and human resources | Natural Resources Canada

Apr 17, 2018 ... programs. From 2016-17 to 2017-18, NRCan is forecasting an increase in spending mainly as a result of newly signed collective agreements and the increased spending profile of the Green Infrastructure envelope, the Energy Innovation program, Oil and Gas Clean Technology, and the Green Municipal Fund, offset by reductions in Statutory Atlantic Offshore payments

Supplementary Information Tables 2017-2018 : Health Canada

Aug 28, 2019 ... to limit air pollutant emissions from the oil and gas sector, to limit air pollutant emissions from small engines and to accelerate the phase-out of coal-fired electricity. FSDS target By 2020, address the 4,300 substances identified as priorities for action under the Chemicals Management Plan FSDS Contributing Action Assesses and manage, where appropriate

Response to Parliamentary Committees and External Audits | Natural Resources Canada

Nov 9, 2017 ...Response to Parliamentary Committees and External Audits Response to parliamentary committees As of March 2017, there was one committee report tabled in Parliament with recommendations directed at Natural Resources Canada. On September 21, 2016, the House Committee on Natural Resources (RNNR) tabled a report entitled “The Future of Canada's Oil and Gas

Evaluation of the Northern Projects Management Office (NPMO) 2016-2017 to 2018-2019

Jan 17, 2020 .... Accounting for approximately 40 percent of Canada's landmass, the North's mineral and oil and gas assets have vast economic potential but remain largely undeveloped. In the North, environmental review processes are founded in the framework for land claims and are guided by federal territory-specific and territorial (where devolution has occurred) legislation which

Income Tax Regulations,_c._945/page-136.html

Jan 1, 2020 ... Products Ltd. Com. 5.20 Canadian Food Products Ltd. 6 pc cu 1st pr. 32.50 Canadian Food Products Ltd. 6 pc cv 2nd pr. 32.00 Canadian & Foreign Securities Co. Ltd. Com. Canadian Fortune Oil Limited Com. Canadian Foundation Co. Ltd. Com. 6.00 Canadian Foundation Co. Ltd. 6 pc cu A pr. 7.75 Canadian Gas & Energy Fund Ltd. B wt. 7.25 Canadian General Electric Company

Evaluation of TRIUMF

Jul 18, 2019 ... Indicator LSPEC Life sciences project evaluation committee MMS-EEC Molecular & materials science experiments evaluation committee MMS-bNMR Molecular and material science – beta nuclear magnetic resonance MMS-MuSR Molecular and material science – muon spin rotation NACRI National Advisory Council on Research and Innovation NRC National Research Council NRCan Natural

Section I - Overview 2015-2016 | Natural Resources Canada

Jul 26, 2017 ... revenues, in particular, are a function of variables such as international crude oil prices and offshore oil and natural gas production and costs that fluctuate depending on global commodity markets. Correspondingly, the transfers are subject to equivalent variations in any given period. An increase in program funding profile: Increase in the Nuclear Legacy

Mandate Letter Tracker: Delivering results for Canadians - all

Dec 13, 2019 ... and the safe transportation of dangerous goods. This includes up to four more years of funding for grade crossings infrastructure, technology and research projects, as well as projects to increase rail safety awareness under the Rail Safety Improvement Program. More Information Transport Canada’s response to the 2018 Railway Safety Act Review recommendations Mandate

Provincial Government Developments - November

Jul 11, 2017 ... of mechanical, electrical and software engineering with entrepreneurship and business. The building will allow SFU to expand its research in the energy, hydrogen, electricity and liquefied natural gas sectors. In total, the project is worth $126 million, with investments that include: $45 million from the federal government; $45 million from the B.C. government; $26

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