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Violence against women En février 2008, après des consultation auprès dorganismes de femmes, de personnel de maisons de transition, de services daide aux victimes, de responsables dinstallation dhébergement et de femmes vivant dans des logements sociaux ou en attente dun logement social, le Bureau de promotion des intérêts de la femme du Yukon a annoncé la construction dun nouveau complexe dhébergement sécuritaire et abordable disposant de 30 unités et conçu pour répondre aux besoins des femmes seules et des enfants.
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The objective of the Legal Aid Pilot Project Fund is to address unmet legal aid needs in targeted areas of civil law (including immigration and refugee, family and poverty law) by developing effective and efficient approaches to the delivery of civil legal aid services in these targeted areas; improving access to civil legal aid services; and informing federal, provincial and territorial legal aid policy development and implementation.
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Part IV - Measures Adopted by the Governments of the Territories - Northwest Territories.The information provided is regarding the following; Article 2: Anti-Discrimination Measures, Article 3: Measures to Ensure the Advancement of Women, Article 6: Trafficking of Women and Exploitation, Article 7: Women in Politics and Public Life, Article 10: Education, Article 11: Employment, Article 12: Health, and Article 13: Economic and Social Life.
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Measures Adopted by the Governments of the Provinces - Saskatchewan Services include: voluntary and court-ordered Parenting After Separation information sessions which include information on separation and divorce, options for resolving disputes, the impact of separation and divorce on children, and options for parenting in a way that keeps children out of parental conflict; an information and resource centre in the area of family law; mediation of all types of family law issues, including custody and access, and child and spousal support; monitoring and enforcement of support orders and agreements, including reciprocal enforcement of support orders and agreements with other jurisdictions
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Stereotypes and education Framework support has provided resources, staff and/or materials to develop a number of initiatives including: A community-initiated Professional Development workshop for teachers to help new teachers understand the impact the residential school experience has had on the communities; The publication of Helping Students Succeed: Vision, goals and priorities for Yukon First Nations education, 2008 , which focuses on First Nation students achievement and success, culture and language programs, curriculum and resources development, First Nations parental participation and Partnership ideas.
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The following information supplements that which was provided by the Canadian delegation during its oral presentation of Canada's Fifth Report on the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights on October 17 and 18, 2005, and in the written responses to the Human Rights Committee's advance list of issues.
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 Projects include transitional housing for homeless pregnant teens and young mothers and their infants; assistance to at-risk Aboriginal women with children through education training, pre-employment services and work experience; services aimed at decreasing the number of Aboriginal children taken from their mothers and placed in foster care due to a history of family violence in the home; mental health services for homeless children under 12 years old living in family shelters; and expansion of a YWCA facility for women and their children who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
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Part III - Measures Adopted by the Governments of the Provinces - Prince Edward Island. The information provided is regarding the following; Article 2: Anti-Discrimination Measures, Article 3: Measures to Ensure the Advancement of Women, Article 6: Trafficking of Women and Exploitation, Article 7: Women in Politics and Public Life, Article 10: Education, Article 11: Employment, Article 12: Health, and Article 13: Economic and Social Life.
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Museums Assistance Program - Guidelines for 2014-2015
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Your organization is eligible if it is: an incorporated, non-profit organization in Canada with a heritage mandate, such as a museum* , archives, library, or an organization managing a heritage site** ; an educational or cultural institution that has distinct objectives, programs and budget related to heritage; a non-profit organization, under a provincial, territorial, regional or municipal government, that has distinct objectives, programs and budget related to heritage; a professional heritage service organization; an Aboriginal regional government or governing body (band/tribal council) and/or Aboriginal
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