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New investments in arts, culture and official languages in Newfoundland and Labrador are helping boost the economy and create jobs and growth. Support for 46 projects throughout the province was announced today by the Honourable Vic Toews, Minister of Public Safety, on behalf of the Honourable James Moore, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages.
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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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Organizations wishing to apply for funding for Celebrate Canada 2014 activities can submit applications starting today and up until January 15, 2014.
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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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Joe Daniel, Member of Parliament (Don Valley East), on behalf of the Honourable James Moore, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, today announced support for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada (BGCC) for the 2013 edition of their National Youth Forum.
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The Honourable Shelly Glover, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, today announced funding for 72 projects in the Nova Scotia arts, culture and heritage sector.
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Measures Adopted by the Governments of the Territories - Yukon The objectives were to: promote self-care so individuals and communities can reduce the need for medical dependency and increase the awareness and understanding of how womens bodies are often medicalized; provide practical material and health information for women to take back and share with their communities; influence pivotal players by increasing their understanding of womens needs and encourage a woman-centered approach that revitalizes the health environment for women; ensure participants leave the forum feeling better than when they arrived by incorporating a daily “ self-care component.
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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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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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