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Elections Canada Online | Info Source – Sources of Federal Government and Employee Information

Jul 17, 2019 ...Info Source – Sources of Federal Government and Employee Information Previous Table of Contents Next Electoral Operations (P) This program allows Elections Canada to deliver fair and efficient electoral events whenever they may be required so that Canadians are able to exercise their democratic right to vote during a federal general election, by-election

Audits - Canadian Heritage

Jul 12, 2019 ... of the Delegation of Authority Application [PDF Version, 617 KB] Assessment of the Design Effectiveness of Entity Level Controls [PDF Version, 685 KB] Joint Audit and Evaluation of Budgetary Controls – Vote 1 [PDF Version, 1 MB] 2016 Audit of the Management Control Framework for the Canada 150 Federal Secretariat [PDF Version, 598 KB] 2015-2016 Departmental Audit Committee

Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat 2018–19 Departmental Plan

Jul 15, 2019 ..., the Secretariat launched a 3-year horizontal review of federal fixed assets, as announced in Budget 2017, and developed preliminary findings on science facilities. In April 2017, the Secretariat began publicly disclosing Government of Canada contracts and amendments over $10,000 on the open government portal through a centralized, machine-readable database. Over 2017-18

Elections Canada Online | A History of the Vote in Canada

Jul 17, 2019 ... – in the case of federal elections, the Canada Elections Act. The provisions determining eligibility are referred to collectively as the franchise – the conditions governing the right to vote. Today, exercising the federal franchise means voting to elect a representative to sit in the House of Commons. Canada's Parliament consists of two chambers: the Senate, whose

T2 Corporation – Income Tax Guide – Chapter 7: Page 7 of the T2 return

Feb 26, 2019 ... become within the specified time period, required to be maintained under: a federal or provincial law the terms of a contract entered into with the federal or provincial Crown if the trust was established after 2011, an order of a tribunal constituted under federal or provincial law that is not an excluded trust, as defined under subsection 211.6(1) of the Income

Elections Canada Online | Report of the Audit Committee to the Chief Electoral Officer of Canada for Fiscal Year 2011–2012

Jul 17, 2019 ...Report of the Audit Committee to the Chief Electoral Officer of Canada for Fiscal Year 2011–2012 1. Introduction The Audit Committee of the Chief Electoral Officer of Canada (Elections Canada) was established in compliance with the Federal Accountability Act. Composed of external members, it provides the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) with independent advice

Frequently asked questions (RRSPs/RRIFs)

Jul 12, 2019 .... To find out if you can withdraw these funds, contact the provincial or federal pension regulator responsible for administering your registered pension plan, registered retirement savings plan, locked-in retirement account, life income fund, or retirement income fund. 3. Change of issuer/carrier NEW PROCESS Q3. What are the requirements to process a transfer

GST/HST and Investment Limited Partnerships

Apr 15, 2019 ..., made up of the federal part of the HST and the provincial part of the HST at the applicable rate, in respect of the supply. If the supply is made in a non-participating province, the financial service provider is required to pay 5% GST. Since financial service providers generally cannot claim ITCs to recover the GST/HST paid or payable on their inputs, absent

Elections Canada Online | Returning Officer Profile

Jul 17, 2019 ...Returning Officer Profile Appointment and qualifications Appointed by the Chief Electoral Officer for a 10-year period, a federal returning officer administers the electoral process in a federal electoral district. The work is varied, challenging and rewarding. It calls for broad management experience and strong skills: financial planning; material, human

Elections Canada Online | Registration of Federal Political Parties

Jul 17, 2019 ... for appointment as chief agent, a person must be eligible to vote and must have the capacity to enter into contracts in the province or territory in which the person ordinarily resides. For a corporation to be eligible, it must have been incorporated under federal or provincial law. If the chief agent is a corporation, any declaration by the chief agent required under

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