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Jun 25, 2019 ... and additional duties that were added to the employee’s job description, National Defence told the employee the position would be reclassified to a higher level. The employee and supervisors submitted the required reclassification paperwork, only to have it disappear. The paperwork was resubmitted but in the meantime, the Department expected the employee to train casual

Info Source - Classes of Records

Jul 4, 2019 ... Part XIII Non-Resident Withholding Program CRA CVB 189 Registered Deferred Income and Savings Plans CRA LPRAB 117 Remissions CRA LPRAB 700 Scientific Research and Experimental Development Class of Records CRA DCPB 155 Service Complaints CRA SIIB 575 Small and Medium Enterprises Income Tax Audit CRA DCPB 452 Specialty Business Returns CRA ABSB 228 T3 Initial

More Public Service Stories

Jul 9, 2019 .... From informing customers to training new staff, learn more about her job, and what makes Lock 20 so busy with land-based visitors and boaters. In My Own Words: Being a New Recruit for a Day (Video) Lori shares her insights on what she experienced for a day spent as a border services officer, working with the Canada Border Services Agency. Find out how

Canada’s Volunteer Awards

Jul 18, 2019 ... to develop and implement a variety of social programs, including initiatives to help local high school students overcome their addictions and to help all high school students in the community graduate. Award recipients 2018 Recipients 2017 Recipients 2016 Recipients 2015 Recipients 2014 Recipients 2012 Recipients Business Leader Nominees in this category

K. L. v Canada Employment Insurance Commission

Jul 4, 2019 ... their employment, the Federal Court of Appeal has confirmed that “good cause is not the same thing as just cause” (Canada (A.G.) v Laughlin, 2003 FCA 129, at paragraph 9). [10] The Federal Court of Appeal has repeatedly said that leaving a job to pursue training is not just cause within the meaning of sections 29 of the Act (Lakic v Canada (A.G.), 2013 FCA 4). [11

M. M. v Minister of Employment and Social Development

Jul 15, 2019 ... because of the X. She then went back to school for two months and wrote her GED examinations. She has had no further education or training since then. She then worked in a X for four years until she was laid off. She then worked as a X for a year until the X closed down. In 2003 she moved to Alberta where she initially worked in X for 5-6 years. She then worked

Employment Insurance Monitoring and Assessment Report for the fiscal year beginning April 1, 2017 and ending March 31, 2018 Annex 3: Employment benefits and Support Measures data tables

Jul 3, 2019 ... the initial stages of the business. Job Creation Partnerships projects provide insured participants with opportunities to gain work experience that will lead to ongoing employment. Activities of the project help develop the community and the local economy. Skills Development helps insured participants to obtain employment skills by giving them direct financial

Framework on Palliative Care in Canada

Jul 12, 2019 ... (the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association's (CHPCA's)"The Way Forward initiative"), and a consensus process for determining Canadians' palliative care priorities (Palliative Care Matters);Footnote 10 Support for development of resources and processes for training health care providers in palliative care (Pallium Canada); Support for Pan-Canadian organizations

H. L. v Canada Employment Insurance Commission

Jun 3, 2019 ... before he started his training, but the employer, extended the job. His employer initially refused the Claimant’s request to be laid-off to go to his training, but the Claimant still left his job to attend the training. The Respondent, the Canada Employment Insurance Commission (Commission), refused to pay him benefits during his training period because he

Towards Canada’s 2030 Agenda National Strategy

Jul 15, 2019 ... stakeholders, other levels of government and Indigenous partners with opportunities to contribute to national follow-up and review processes and share their feedback on federal efforts and initiatives that will inform the development of Canada’s national strategy and the Canadian Indicator Framework. Participation: Support Canadians and encourage them to make their own

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