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Papua New Guinea: Helping women – helping communities

Aug 28, 2018 ... in the world. Some statistics indicate that 70% of PNG women report being victims of GBV, and anecdotally the numbers are higher.” – H.E. Paul Maddison, High Commissioner Encouraging women leaders To address gender violence in the small rural community of Mumeng, the High Commission of Canada to Australia recently partnered with the Morobe Development Foundation Inc

Asian longhorned beetle: An unwanted invasive species - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Oct 26, 2018 ... and rural communities. Adult beetles are 20–35 mm long, shiny black, with up to 20 white spots on each wing cover. Signs and symptoms Thinning crowns/dead branches. Sawdust and wood shavings (frass). Egg laying sites created by females chewing into the bark. Galleries and tunnels under the bark. Cracked or missing bark. Round exit holes (6-14 mm) made by adult

Repayment assistance

Nov 30, 2018 ... medicine, nurse or nurse practitioner in an under-served rural or remote community. Section menu Repayment assistance Repayment Assistance Plan Bring your Canada Student Loan out of collection Canada Student Loans forgiveness for family doctors and nurses Severe Permanent Disability Benefit

Williams Lake RCMP - Home

Nov 27, 2018 ...RCMP in Williams Lake Williams Lake RCMP police an area that has both rural and urban areas and that includes seven First Nations communities. Follow: Twitter Facebook RSS Search BC RCMP Search BC RCMP Break & Enters / Theft from Vehicles Break & Enters / Theft from Vehicles - Williams Lake Topics About Williams Lake RCMP We police both rural and urban

Army News (National) | Canadian Army | Article | Lieutenant Roberta MacAdams: First Canadian military dietician and women’s political trailblazer

Oct 15, 2018 ... the University of Guelph) in 1911. Shortly afterward, she made her way to Alberta and accepted a position with the provincial government as one of the first domestic science instructors – a job that required her to travel to rural communities to teach about health and nutrition. A report written by Ms. MacAdams led to the creation of the Alberta Women’s Institutes


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Minister Lunn highlights critical importance of natural resources to rural communities

Jul 7, 2008 ...Minister Lunn highlights critical importance of natural resources to rural communities Media Advisory EDMONTON – The Honourable Gary Lunn, Minister of Natural Resources, will be speaking at the Rural Matters! Forging Healthy Canadian Communities conference, hosted by the Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties. Location: Shaw Conference

Putting a price on pollution

Oct 23, 2018 ... Supporting rural and remote communities to reduce reliance on diesel Industry (40%) Historic investment in clean tech and clean business solutions Pricing industrial emissions Reducing methane in oil and gas sector by 40-45% Clean Fuel Standard Improving industrial energy efficiency Forestry, agriculture and waste (13%) Supporting renewable fuels and bioproducts

Consultation on palliative care

Nov 26, 2018 ... populations (i.e. Indigenous, infants, children and youth, homeless, rural and remote communities, LGBTQ2, people living with disabilities, immigrants and refugees, and others) Health care provider education, training and supports Caregiver training and supports Community engagement Grief and bereavement The input gathered through this process will be used to develop

Results around the world – Bolivia

Sep 29, 2018 ... inequality has been reduced significantly since 2006. Nevertheless, both inequality and poverty remain high, particularly affecting rural areas and women. This situation is often compounded, particularly in rural communities, because Bolivia’s diverse and fragile ecosystems are extremely vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Women and girls have not benefited

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