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Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Oct 15, 2019 ... was reviewing major resource projects, by introducing five new guiding principles. Next steps The government will address the Canada Energy Regulator’s recommendations and implement accommodation measures reached with Indigenous communities. How it works The project will provide additional revenues to fund a clean energy future. Who does what? Learn more about

The Government’s decision

Oct 15, 2019 ... about the economic benefits, reducing pollution, and the clean economy. How we made the decision What informed the decision How we got here How it works Next steps What information supported the decision? In making its decision to approve the TMX, project, the government took into consideration a wide variety of information, including: NEB’s (now CER

Improving services for Canadians

Oct 15, 2019 ... Delivery Services Branch (BDSB) delivers programs such as Employment Insurance and pensions to Canadians. “These changes will help employees do their jobs, while helping ESDC move forward in serving our clients,” he says. “This is a big shift in how we work, how we function and how we think. We are focused on our clients, and focused on our people along the way

Information transparency

Jul 2, 2019 ... information, for example, on the number of investigations conducted or the authorities used. While summarized information will not disclose the details of national security work, it will enable Canadians to form a general understanding of how the Government works to keep them safe. Principle 2 Departments and agencies will enable and support Canadians in accessing

Pollution and waste management

Jul 29, 2019 ... find documents relating to the administration of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999. Pollution emergencies Report an oil or chemical release (air, land or water). Get information on regulations and preparedness. Understanding the Canadian Environmental Protection Act About the act and how the federal government works to prevent pollution

Food guide snapshot – Canada’s Food Guide

Jul 16, 2019 .... This statement appears at the bottom: Eat well. Live well. About government Contact us Departments and agencies Public service and military News Treaties, laws and regulations Government-wide reporting Prime Minister How government works Open government About this site Social media Mobile applications About Terms and conditions Privacy Top of page

Federal Student Work Experience Program ─ Information for managers

Oct 16, 2019 ... we serve. Our inventories include students: at all levels (high school, CEGEP, college and university) in 15 areas of study and over 250 specializations who've identified interest in one of 15 types of work available to work across Canada How it works Complete a request form for students related to your job opportunity, and select the inventory you’re

Environmental Assessment Processes

Sep 26, 2019 ... this More information What we are doing The Government of Canada is bringing forward better rules for major projects to protect our environment, fish and waterways, and rebuild public trust in how decisions about resource development projects are made. One of the key proposed changes is provide greater clarity and consistency by establishing the Impact Assessment

Taking action on pipeline and marine safety

Oct 15, 2019 ... like a pipeline. Protecting Canada’s Endangered Whales Canada's whales need our help. Together we are working to help protect Canada's endangered whales. eBook - Protecting the Southern Resident Killer Whale Explore our interactive eBook to find out how the Government of Canada is taking action to help this iconic species. Pipeline safety Pipeline safety

Phase IV engagement

Oct 15, 2019 ... initiatives related to Crown commitments, accommodation measures, or any other project-related activities. A single-window approach With the government’s decision to approve the project on June 18, 2019, Canada is establishing the Phase IV4 Partnership Office — a focal point to partner and work with Indigenous communities and deliver on commitments, including

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