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S. M. v. Canada Employment Insurance Commission

Oct 7, 2019 ...) informed the Claimant that he could not receive Employment Insurance benefits as of December 2, 2013 because he was taking a training course on his own initiative and he failed to show that he was available for work (GD3-27). Following the Claimant’s request for reconsideration, the Commission informed him on March 15, 2014, that the decision rendered on January 15

Advisory Group for Disability Issues – Meeting Summary – February 27, 2014 - Elections Canada

Oct 16, 2019 ... improvements related to the 2015 general election Validate Elections Canada's accessibility initiatives Many Advisory Group members are leaders of organizations, invited as experts, and are participating in a personal capacity. The Advisory Group's composition reflects cross-disability perspectives, varied policy focus, and gender, linguistic and geographic diversity

Francophone immigration (outside Quebec)

Nov 7, 2019 ... Marina and the man talking as they come out of a subway train and then we see them walking and talking on the sidewalk. Marina (speaking French): The first week, they helped me get a bank card and a transit card. They helped me look for housing and a job. They gave me a lot of encouragement to get out and meet people, the people in my community, even to meet

O. R. v Canada Employment Insurance Commission and X

Nov 1, 2019 .... (Claimant), made an initial claim for employment insurance benefits. The Respondent, the Canada Insurance Commission of Canada determined that the Claimant had lost his job because of his own misconduct. The Commission found that the Claimant was dismissed on the grounds of sexual harassment against a co-worker. The Claimant requested that the Commission reconsider

Command Team | Maritime Forces Pacific | Royal Canadian Navy

Oct 28, 2019 ... Team. Operationally, RAdm Auchterlonie completed his Naval Warfare Officer training in 1992 and was fortunate to spend the bulk of the next two decades at sea in Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship’s in both the Pacific and Atlantic Fleets. RAdm Auchterlonie had the honour to Command HMCS Fredericton (2007-2009), CFB Esquimalt (2012-2013) and the Canadian Pacific Fleet

2019-20 Departmental Plan Details on transfer payment programs of $5 million or more

Nov 1, 2019 ... and Development, and Commercialization; Innovation Ecosystem Description: The Atlantic Innovation Fund (AIF) makes strategic investments in research and development (R&D) initiatives in the area of natural and applied sciences, as well as in social sciences, humanities, and arts and culture. Projects are expected to result in the successful adaptation or development

2019 Public Service Employee Survey - Question number concordance

Oct 23, 2019 ... of my choice. 2 N/A 3 3 3 My physical environment (e.g., office, workspace) is suitable for my job requirements. 3 N/A 4 4 29 I get the training I need to do my job. 4 1 5 5 20 I have the information, training and equipment I need to ensure my health and safety at work. 5 N/A 8 8 N/A I have support at work to balance my work and personal life. 6 4 9 9 5 I get

Surveillance Officer

Oct 17, 2019 ..., Ontario Burnaby, British Columbia Montréal, Québec Salary Range $61,380 - $74,670 Status Indeterminate (permanent) Language Requirement Various Job Summary The Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) is seeking applications for a career in surveillance in the regional offices of the Service. Candidates must possess a high level of initiative, motivation

Supporting Information on Lower-level Programs

Nov 1, 2019 ... to the information, business skills and financing they require to start and/or grow a business. This enables businesses to get established, become more productive and grow, which generates wealth and jobs in the economy. Investments in productivity and growth are made directly by helping businesses to increase competitiveness through activities such as productivity

Low Carbon Economy Fund

Nov 12, 2019 ... commitments The Fund is helping to: create jobs for Canadians for years to come deliver clean, sustained growth support innovation reduce energy bills The Fund has two parts: Low Carbon Economy Leadership Fund Low Carbon Economy Challenge Low Carbon Economy Leadership Fund This Fund is providing up to $1.4 billion to provinces and territories that have adopted

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