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A. O. v. Canada Employment Insurance Commission

Oct 21, 2019 ... appeal and finds that she is not entitled to receive Employment Insurance benefits as of September 15, 2013, because she lost her employment by reason of her own misconduct. Introduction [2] On October 17, 2013, the Canada Employment Insurance Commission (the Commission) approved the claimant's Employment Insurance benefit claim because the employer failed

A. E. v. Canada Employment Insurance Commission

Oct 1, 2019 ... area. The Appellant left her employment to join her family in moving to the new community. The Appellant applied for Employment Insurance (EI) benefits, which were not allowed as the Canada Employment Insurance Commission (Respondent) determined she was disqualified from receiving EI benefits because she voluntarily left her employment without just cause

C. G. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

Oct 28, 2019 ... pain sufferers access to regular benefits and, instead, provides limited four-week benefits intended to facilitate the return to work. The discrimination argument before the court was that the compensation scheme does not correspond to the actual needs and circumstances of workers suffering from chronic pain. Alternatively, workers are subject to uniform

Article | Species at risk in good hands at Ottawa’s Connaught Ranges and Primary Training Centre

Sep 30, 2019 ... walking along the roads, so we've posted turtle crossing signs trying to make people aware.” PSPC and DND took a similarly hands-on approach with bat species calling the facility home – one that also has health benefits for the human population. “We installed bat houses to protect and promote habitat,” said Mr. Haight. “Bats, as you know, eat a lot of mosquitoes

CRA reports

Aug 16, 2019 ... for the Federal Personal Income Tax System International Tax Gap and Compliance Results for the Federal Personal Income Tax System Tax Gap and Compliance Results for the Federal Corporate Income Tax System Ethnography of homeless and housing-insecure Canadians’ experiences filing taxes and accessing benefits Ethnography of vulnerable newcomers' experiences with taxes

Code of practice for reducing dichloromethane emissions from use of paint strippers: chapter 1

Oct 30, 2019 ... to the furniture item being stripped 1.4.7 Allow paint stripper to drain from the furniture in the flow-over tank before rinsing 1.4.8 Apply recycled paint stripper to furniture items with numerous coats 1.4.9 Use solvent recovery companies or in-house recycling technology 1.4.10 Ensure that the paint stripper does not dry on the furniture item being stripped 1.4.11 Drain

Using Behavioural Insights to encourage charitable donations among repeat donors

Nov 6, 2019 ... address complex public policy challenges. With a focus on “the how,” the IIU supports departments to build results-driven approaches that work for Canadians. The IIU houses the Centre of Expertise for the Impact Canada Initiative to work with departments in applying innovative financing approaches, new partnership models, impact measurement methodologies

Plaskett Fellowship

Oct 22, 2019 ... Research Centre, physically located at the Dominion Astrophysical Observatory (DAO) in Victoria, BC, Canada. NRC research centre staff are experts in observational astrophysics, but we welcome applications from theoreticians whose research requires or benefits from close interaction with observers. Each selected fellow will be offered a limited-term appointment

Military housing in Cold Lake

Jul 3, 2019 ...Military housing in Cold Lake 4 Wing Cold Lake is located in north-eastern Alberta, approximately 300 kilometres east of Edmonton and approximately 10 kilometres west of the Saskatchewan border. Below you will find general information about Department of National Defence housing in Cold Lake. Please contact the Cold Lake Housing Services Centre

R. D. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

Oct 21, 2019 ... by videoconference and determined that the Applicant was ineligible for the disability benefit under the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) because her disability was not “severe” prior to the minimum qualifying period (MQP), which ended on December 31, 2009. [2] On February 16, 2016, within the specified time limitation, the Applicant’s representative submitted an application

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