Veterans Affairs Canada, the City of Ottawa, and the Canadian War Museum will co-host a Candlelight Tribute
Canadian Humanitarian Set to Inspire at National Event
In 2004, Canada became one of the first countries in the world to combine its national library and its national archives.
Content. Abundance. Discoverability: CRTC and NFB co-hosting "En route to the Discoverability Summit" in Vancouver
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), in collaboration with the National Film Board of Canada (NFB), will host an event in Vancouver, on December 1, 2015, to start a discussion on the discoverability of content.
The CCTS is an independent agency that is very important for Canadians in a competitive market. It helps consumers and small businesses settle disputes with their telephone, wireless and Internet service providers.
On September 30, 2014, Health Canada published an Information Update and the Minister of Health issued a statement regarding a decision that had been made to restrict the importation of products from the following two Apotex facilities in India: Apotex Pharmachem India Pvt. Ltd. (APIPL) and Apotex Research Private Limited (ARPL).
The Canada Revenue Agency announced today that the maximum pensionable earnings under the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) for 2016 will be $54,900-up from $53,600 in 2015.
Canada's Financial Literacy Leader Jane Rooney today kicked off the 5th anniversary of Financial Literacy Month (FLM) by speaking to over 300 attendees at the ABLE Financial Empowerment Conference in Toronto. She also seized the opportunity to introduce two enhancements to the Canadian Financial Literacy Database, a one-stop source for Canadian resources and events.
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) invites Canadians to share their views on the Commissioner for Complaints for Telecommunications Services (CCTS). The public hearing for the review of the CCTS mandate will be held from November 3 to 6, 2015. Starting today, Canadians can participate by sharing their comments in an online discussion forum.
Two Watchlist issues highlighted in October 2014 VIA Rail train going through stop signal near Newtonville, Ontario
TSB releases final rail investigation report.
NFB announces the filming of a new Julien Fréchette documentary. The film will follow foreign combatants fighting against Islamic State, including "Wali," a Quebecois former sniper with the Royal 22e Régiment.
Filmmaker Julien Fréchette has returned from Iraqi Kurdistan to continue filming his new feature-length documentary, whose working title is Ma guerre. In it, he explores the little-known phenomenon of Westerners voluntarily joining Kurdish forces fighting the armed group Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. Following fighters from France, the U.S., and Canada-including "Wali," a former Royal 22e Régiment sniper from Quebec, and Hanna Böhman, originally from British Columbia-Ma guerre dives into their world, questioning their motivations and documenting their struggle on the other side of jihad. The documentary also examines the complex grey zones created by this unique situation and the challenges that these people face when they return to civilian life.
A team of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) experts completed today a two-week International Physical Protection Advisory Service (IPPAS) mission to review national nuclear security practices in Canada by submitting a preliminary report to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission.
Latest information about the TSB investigation into the accident involving the passenger vessel Leviathan II
TSB updates Leviathan II investigation.
Tribunal Continues, with Amendment, Orders—Refined Sugar from the United States, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the European Union
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (the Tribunal) today continued, with amendment, its orders made on November 1, 2010, in Expiry Review No. RR-2009-003, concerning the dumping of refined sugar from the United States of America, Denmark, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, and the subsidizing of refined sugar from the European Union.
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) advises travellers that the Bloomfield port of entry (POE) in New Brunswick will be closed on Sundays from November 1, 2015 to May 31, 2016. The Bloomfield port of entry closes on Sundays each year for the winter season.
TSB deploys to a rail crossing accident.
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