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Address to the London Community Foundation - Among the Immortals | The Governor General of Canada

https://www.gg.ca/en/media/news/2013/address-london-community-foundation-among-immortals

Oct 4, 2018 ... and do so as a result of the inspiring influence of the London Community Foundation. Your city’s community foundation is a vital and critical force in our effort as Canadians to make our country a smarter, more caring place in which to live, work and raise our families. As some of you know, on the day of my installation as governor general two and a half years

Parks Canada's 2017-18 Departmental Results Report - Home

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/docs/pc/rpts/rmr-dpr/03312018

Nov 30, 2018 ... for conservation—a historic investment in conserving Canada’s natural heritage. Parks Canada will receive $185 million over five years to conserve biodiversity, ecosystems and natural landscapes through a connected network of protected areas. This funding will also transform approaches to recovery of species at risk through multi-species and ecosystem-based strategies

Building a Youth Policy for Canada - What We Heard report - Youth

https://www.canada.ca/en/youth/corporate/transparency/what-we-heard.html

Dec 7, 2018 ..., region, ethnicity, level of ability, etc.: “The path to our collective future relies on every member of society being able/given the opportunity to reach their full potential.” This approach to policy-making has the virtue of being both the right and the smart thing to do. School, jobs and housing Participants express a significant amount of anxiety and pessimism

Management Plan for the Bridle Shiner (Notropis bifrenatus) in Canada [Proposed] - Species at Risk Public Registry

http://sararegistry.gc.ca/document/doc2203p/ind_e.cfm

Sep 19, 2018 ... substrate of clay, silt or sand; water velocity ranging between 0 cm/sec and 15 cm/sec; and, medium or high density of submerged vegetation. The Bridle Shiner feeds on microcrustaceans, aquatic insects, detritus and living plant material. The majority of its food items are found on or above submerged aquatic plants and the species only feeds on the bottom when

Wild Species 2000: The General Status of Species in Canada - Species at Risk Public Registry

http://www.sararegistry.gc.ca/document/doc079/ind_e.cfm

Sep 19, 2018 ... this mix of many species across many areas presents a considerable challenge — the number of species is large and the area great. While there are more than 70 000 species known to live in Canada, there are probably about as many again as yet undescribed by science. These species are distributed across the length and breadth of the nation: 9.2 million square

Report to Parliament on the Government of Canada’s Official Development Assistance 2017-2018

https://www.international.gc.ca/gac-amc/publications/odaaa-lrmado/report-rapport-17-18.aspx?lang=eng

Dec 20, 2018 ... of the government’s major platforms to promote the accountability and transparency of Canada’s international assistance programming. I invite all Canadians to explore this summary of the investments Canada is making through our official development assistance, and the positive impact this has made to improve lives. I hope you will be encouraged by the stories of engagement

Fall Economic Statement 2018: Chapter 2 - Continued Progress For The Middle Class

https://www.budget.gc.ca/fes-eea/2018/docs/statement-enonce/chap02-en.html

Nov 21, 2018 ... of four will receive, on average, about $2,000 more each year, as a result of the middle class tax cut and the Canada Child Benefit. Because of these changes, more families will be able to pay for things like healthy food, back-to-school clothes, and new winter boots for growing kids. They will also be in a better position to invest in their children's future

2017–2018 Departmental Results Report | Natural Resources Canada

https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/plans-performance-reports/dpr/2017-2018/21509

Jan 3, 2019 ... companies commercialize and expand their access to global markets by investing in innovative clean technologies through the Clean Growth Program ($155 million over four years). To grow projects or companies, NRCan launched the Clean Growth Hub jointly with Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada to provide a whole-of-government focal point for access

2017-18 Departmental Results Report

http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/dpr-rmr/2017-18/drr-eng.html

Nov 6, 2018 .... These investments led to the hiring of additional scientists, biologists, hydrographers, and other science professionals across the country to help protect our coastal habitats, ecosystems, and marine species. Notable ocean science achievements in 2017-18, as a result of these and other investments, include: Whole genome sequencing of important fishery species that enhanced

Southern Resident Killer Whale: imminent threat assessment

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/species-risk-public-registry/related-information/southern-resident-killer-whale-imminent-threat-assessment.html

Jul 30, 2018 ... of parliament to protect the species. In the case of an aquatic species, an EPO may identify habitat that is necessary for the survival or recovery of the species in the area to which the emergency order relates. It may also include provisions requiring the doing of things that protect the species and that habitat, or provisions prohibiting activities that may adversely

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