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The International Policy and Programs Directorate is responsible for implementing the International Strategic Framework (ISF) for the Department of Canadian Heritage and its Portfolio partners in order to coordinate international activities in such priority areas as international cultural promotion and cultural trade, participation and social inclusion, as well as cultural and sport relations with China.
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( Athletes Receiving AAP PDF version, 928 KB ) Sports by alphabetical listing A-C Sports by alphabetical listing D-L Sports by alphabetical listing M-S Sports by alphabetical listing T-Z Sports A -
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The Honourable Bal Gosal, Minister of State (Sport), today announced that the Harper Government is providing additional enhanced excellence funding for a number of summer sports, in preparation for the upcoming 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games.
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The legislation provides that: a superintendent shall ensure that every female offender in a correctional facility is supervised by a female employee; detained persons of one sex are held separate and apart from detained persons of the opposite sex as soon after being taken into custody as is reasonably possible and are supervised by persons of the same sex as soon after being taken into custody as is reasonably possible; no male employee shall search a female person and no female employee shall strip search a male person; and no inmate or visitor shall be searched
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Canada's Criminal Code allows for the prosecution of Canadians (or permanent residents) who engage in prohibited sexual activity with children while abroad. As such, Canada's sex tourism law does not require proof that a person left the country with the intention to engage in prohibited sexual activity with a child while abroad.
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Canadian Heritage, Sport, Sport Canada, APPENDIX A, GLOSSARY. The definitions below clarify certain terms and concepts that are employed in the policy document.
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Having mapped the distribution system in the English-language market and examined the major trends affecting the sector, we can now move on to a further question of broad interest to industry participants and policy makers alike – namely, the ways in which the distribution system influences market access for Canadian-authored books.
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The 2005 Management Framework for the Official Languages Program derives from the collective accountability requirement associated with the 2003 Accountability and Coordination Framework for Official Languages, and focuses the management of official languages on results.
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In its efforts to gain greater familiarity with each link in the book supply chain and clearly understand the issues confronting the book industry in a constantly changing environment, the Department of Canadian Heritage commissioned this study on the distribution of French-language books in Canada. We will deal with the principal realities and challenges facing trade publishing, aimed primarily at a general readership and released through the retail trade network.
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Completed Access to Information Requests - July 2011.
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