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Organizations wishing to apply for funding to plan Celebrate Canada 2012 activities may submit applications starting today, and up until January 16, 2012.
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Business Plan Eligibility 3.1 Business plan activities 3.2 Detailed content of the business plan 4.
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The Government of Nova Scotias initiatives include: hosting a multi stakeholder employability table for the community to identify common workforce development challenges/barriers and develop an action plan to advance opportunities in education, training and employment; adapting the Aboriginal Workforce Participation Initiative for the African Nova Scotian community and creating an employer tool for the community to support sustainable labour market attachment; providing seed funding to the Greater Halifax Partnership for Ujiima (oo-ga-ma), a community development project to support long-term employment, sustainability, and positive change; piloting the Parents as Career
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Measures Adopted by the Governments of the Provinces - Québec Measures undertaken within this strategy include: awareness raising and training sessions on womens employment issues provided for the principal stakeholders in the area of employment support; short-term training giving women an opportunity to acquire additional qualifications; information and awareness workshops, notably on non-traditional employment, aimed at diversifying womens professional choices.
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The new digital music service offers a choice of 40 different web radio stations, 14 distinct genre-based communities, and music from nearly 1,000 major and indie record labels.
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There are exciting initiatives for young Canadians taking place all across our country.
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Quebec organizations devoted to arts, culture, official language minority communities, and the revitalization of Aboriginal languages will continue to offer their programs and services thanks to an investment from the Government of Canada. The Honourable James Moore, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, today announced support for 651 projects, in the presence of representatives from the Quebec organizations that are receiving funding.
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231. The tables below provide data on the number of complaints to the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission related to gender and/or pregnancy in the areas of employment, services and accommodation.
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Completed Access to Information Requests at Canadian Heritage for the month of February 2013.
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The Honourable Denis Lebel, Minister of the Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec; Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs; Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities; and Member of Parliament (Roberval–Lac-Saint-Jean), on behalf of the Honourable James Moore, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, today announced funding for Canada Day activities organized by the Club nautique Roberval (Roberval Yacht Club).
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