Advanced search

Find pages with...
Then narrow your results by...

About 19,251 search results

Get to know who we’re working with - Canada Service Corps

Jun 18, 2019 ... youth as capable contributors, compassionate citizens and leaders for a better Canada. The program fosters understanding, respect and reconciliation with Indigenous peoples and with Canada’s other diverse cultures, regions and the environment. Learn more about Katimavik View featured video about Katimavik mindyourmind mindyourmind is working with young Canadians

Deputy Ministers Task Force on Public Sector Innovation: Report to the Clerk of the Privy Council 2018-2019

Nov 6, 2019 ... with the same or fewer resources, and be more accountable in administering public funds. This reality is forcing governments, in turn, to confront deeply rooted cultural norms in an effort to enact innovative approaches to overcome system barriers and deliver results to citizens. Such is the environment in which the Deputy Minister Task Force on Public Sector Innovation

Electoral Insight – Aboriginal Participation in Elections - Elections Canada

Oct 16, 2019 ... to certain groups of Indigenous peoples in various national settings if there is democratic space within nation-states that provides an equal playing field for the participation of Indigenous peoples (in general); and that creating this democratic space should include recognition and respect for Indigenous peoples' systems of decision-making and mechanisms for self

Electoral Insight – Aboriginal Participation in Elections - Elections Canada

Oct 16, 2019 ... of Nation: Understanding Aboriginal Electoral Participation Kiera L. Ladner Why many Aboriginal people have decided not to participate at the ballot box Exploring the Issues of Aboriginal Representation in Federal Elections Anna Hunter There must be an increase in their numbers in Parliament and greater inclusion of Aboriginal values, cultures and traditions

Gender-based violence | Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Oct 18, 2019 ..., Indigenous peoples and members of the LGBTQ2S+ community are more at risk of experiencing GBV Factors such as age, geographic location, socioeconomic background and ethnicity can contribute to unique challenges that put certain populations at particular risk In CanadaFootnote 2: Women have a 20% higher risk of being victimized than men Indigenous women reportedly

Electoral Insight – Aboriginal Participation in Elections - Elections Canada

Oct 16, 2019 ...-determination.Footnote 15 Increasing Aboriginal representation also offers the potential to imbue existing governmental structures with Indigenous traditions, philosophies and ideologies, to the advantage of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people. To engage sufficient Aboriginal participation in the federal electoral system that claims of effective Aboriginal political

2019–20 Departmental Plan: Departmental Plan

Oct 31, 2019 ... that emphasizes nation-to-nation, Inuit-Crown, and government-to-government partnerships with Indigenous Peoples and timely decisions based on the best available science and Indigenous knowledge. Until the proposed legislative and program changes come into effect, existing laws and processes, including the Interim Approach and Principles announced in January 2016

2019-20 Departmental Plan Planned results: what we want to achieve this year and beyond

Nov 1, 2019 ... Canadian small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) that are majority owned by women, Indigenous people, youth, visible minorities and persons with disabilities 17.0% of female ownership, 1.3% of Indigenous ownership, 10.6% of youth ownership, 4.0% of visible minority ownership, and 0.3% of person(s) with a disability ownership March 31, 2020 Not available

2017-2018 Departmental Plan: Departmental Plan

Oct 31, 2019 ... the environment by identifying and mitigating a project’s potential environmental effects. EAs are done in consultation with Canadians, including Indigenous Peoples and local residents, where major projects are being planned. The process gathers scientific data and facts that allow our government to make informed decisions on whether projects can move forward. For major

Strengthening Emergency Response

Oct 15, 2019 ... than 100 regulations enabled by almost 30 Acts, international agreements and commitments, and is first and foremost focused on preventing accidents from occurring. The Government of Canada understands that for many coastal Indigenous communities, the risk of an oil spill and its possible impact on the culturally significant Southern Resident Killer Whale

Report a problem or mistake on this page
Please select all that apply:

Thank you for your help!

You will not receive a reply. For enquiries, contact us.

Date modified: