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He has been an active member of Atelier Graff in Montréal for the past eight years, in addition to being a member of the Association québécoise des marionnettistes (AQM) .
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Departmental Performance Report (DPR), 2010-2011, of the Department of Canadian Heritage
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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 census is a huge, complex enterprise. It is obviously not error-free, even though considerable effort is made to ensure compliance with high standards during its planning and its collection and processing operations. Errors can occur at almost any step. Some errors occur fairly randomly—called random errors—and tend to cancel each other out when the responses provided are combined to form a sufficiently large subpopulation. This is why we advise users to be cautious when using estimates concerning small groups. Other errors can occur more systematically and introduce a bias—that is, a systematic error—that persists regardless of the size of the subpopulation. For most users, systematic errors cause more serious p ...
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Education FEDERAL-PROVINCIAL-TERRITORIAL AGREEMENTS IN THE AREA OF EDUCATION The tables below lists all documents and reports relating to the 2009-2013 and the 2004-2009 program cycles in the area of education.
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Sport for persons with a disability refers to sport activities at all levels and in all forms of participation for persons with a disability. It includes athletes and participants with a disability who pursue competitive or recreational sport. It involves other participants, with or without disabilities, who act as leaders, coaches, officials, administrators and volunteers, or in other capacities. Appendix A provides definitions of key terms employed in this policy document.
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Traditional Book Retail A Brief Introduction to the Canadian Book Trade Market Share by Sales Channel Traditional Retail Accounts Current Issues in Traditional Book Retail A Brief Introduction to the Canadian Book Trade Despite all the changes in the book trade over the past ten years, traditional book retail channels still account for the majority of consumer book sales in Canada.
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The objectives of The Policy on Sport for Persons with a Disability and the action plan for their implementation are based on the four goals of the Canadian Sport Policy: Enhanced Participation, Enhanced Excellence, Enhanced Capacity, Enhanced Interaction
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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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The focus of public debate on disability issues has increasingly moved away from medical definitions of
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