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A. B. and M. B. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

Oct 7, 2019 ... of the benefit payment is the result of erroneous advice or administrative error on the part of the Minister or an official of the Department of Employment and Social Development acting in an official capacity in the administration of this Act, the Minister may, unless that person has been convicted of an offence under any provision of this Act or of the Criminal Code

2012-2013 Departmental Performance Report

Aug 15, 2019 ... efficiencies and innovation in the training delivery model. Assess implications of government proposals for reform of corrections and criminal justice, including a review of related policy issues, anticipated workload pressures, resource needs, and training requirements for Board members and staff. Responded to proposed changes to legislation (e.g., Safe Streets

M. B. v. Canada Employment Insurance Commission

Oct 10, 2019 ..., and to rely on speculation by the employer without doing any other verification (Meunier, A-130-96). [40] The lack of criminal conviction does not preclude a finding of misconduct (Larivee, 2007 FCA 312). [41] It does not matter whether the employer or the claimant took the initiative in severing the employment relationship where the employment is terminated

The Estate of I. H. v Minister of Employment and Social Development and W.O.

Aug 9, 2019 ... charged with and convicted of various criminal offences. I reviewed the court/police records regarding offencesFootnote 13, and note the offences are all alleged to have occurred subsequent to I. H.’s death. I find such offences and allegations of forgery irrelevant to the issue of I. H. and the Added Party’s marital status during the period I. H. received GIS

Public Safety Canada Portfolio Report: Victim Complaint Resolution Mechanisms - Canadian Victims Bill of Rights

Aug 6, 2019 ... their rights under the CVBR while they are in Canada. Canadian citizens or permanent residents may exercise these rights even if they are outside of Canada, as long as the crime took place in Canada. A person who has been charged, convicted, or found not criminally responsible due to a mental disorder for the offence that resulted in the victimization does not meet

Guide CIT 0497 - Application for Grant of Citizenship for Stateless Persons Born to a Canadian Parent on or after April 17, 2009 (Subsection 5(5))

Oct 8, 2019 ... of the Citizenship Act, and not have been convicted of an offence: of terrorism as described under section 2 of the Criminal Code, under sections 47, 51 or 52 of the Criminal Code, under subsection 5(1) or any of sections 6 and 16 to 22 of the Security of Information Act, or of a conspiracy or an attempt to commit, being an accessory after the fact in relation to, or any

Access to Information and Privacy - Information about Programs and Information Holdings 2018 (formerly Info Source)

Oct 2, 2019 ... Partnerships Trusted Traveller Trusted Trader Admissibility Determination Highway Mode Air Mode Rail Mode Marine Mode Postal Courier Low-Value Shipment Criminal Investigations Immigration Enforcement Immigration Investigations Detentions Immigration Hearings Removals Recourse Revenue and Trade Management Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Trade Policy Trade Compliance

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

Oct 16, 2019 ... in Public Life The first step toward passage of the new Act was the creation in 1997 of the Committee on Standards in Public Life, chaired by Lord Neill. The mandate and objectives of the Neill Committee were thought-provoking. They were to review the British legislation with the goal of controlling and reforming the existing financing systems, to ensure

Apply to change employers in the Live-In Caregiver Program

Aug 28, 2019 ... depending on whether the child is travelling alone or with someone. Basic entry requirements You must meet some basic requirements to enter Canada. You must: have a valid travel document, like a passport be in good health have no criminal or immigration-related convictions convince an immigration officer that you have ties—such as a job, home, financial assets

Supplementary Information Tables 2017-2018 : Health Canada

Aug 28, 2019 ... with the other federal CDSS partners to review and update the performance indicators and targets (including their associated data source and frequency of monitoring and reporting) for the shared long term outcomes. Expected outcome of non‑federal and non‑governmental partners Not applicable Name of theme (1/5) Prevention Theme Outcome / Performance Indicator / Target

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