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Found 456 record(s)

Req # A-2018-00019

Environmental and incident reports for National Energy Board incident numbers REM-0305 and REM-0309.

Organization: National Energy Board

43 page(s)
June 2019

Req # A-2019-00003

A list of briefing materials prepared by or for board members, vice-presidents and any other senior public servants (at the vice-president level or above) at the National Energy Board in January 2019.

Organization: National Energy Board

5 page(s)
June 2019

Req # A-2019-00001

The National Energy Board policies on corporate and transitory record management, retention, and disposition.

Organization: National Energy Board

38 page(s)
May 2019

Req # A-2019-00002

The National Energy Board activities relative to the Enbridge Line 2A line strike on 2017-02-17 in Edmonton, Alberta

Organization: National Energy Board

113 page(s)
May 2019

Req # A-2019-00013

See the contract between VAC and Clinic { } , now under the name Clinic { } for 2016 and/or the current contract. See the conditions of that contract . For example, if the Clinic pled guilty to fraud, does it have to notify VAC? Some VAC suppliers have contractual obligations to meet, so the conditions of the contract between VAC and this Clinic should be checked.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

0 page(s)
May 2019

Req # A-2019-00012

Requesting all documents, including but not limited to reports, memorandums, agreements, assessments and briefings related to the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN). Time frame: January 1, 2017 to December 30, 2017.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

0 page(s)
May 2019

Req # A-2019-00011

Does Veterans Affairs Canada have a complete list of every veteran in Canada or just those receiving benefits and services from VAC? What is the veteran population in Canada in total? What is the veteran population total by population/territory? What is the veteran population per capita in Canada? What is the veteran population per capita by province/territory? How many veterans in Canada report that they have spouses? How many veterans in Canada report that they have children of school age? How many veterans in each province or territory report they have spouses? How many veterans in each province or territory report that they have children of school age?

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

2 page(s)
May 2019

Req # A-2019-00010

Please provide a list of Stakeholders who are part of Veterans Affairs Canada’s Advisory Groups.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

1 page(s)
May 2019

Req # A-2019-00009

How many military veterans are registered with Veterans Affairs Canada in Nova Scotia? What is the population distribution of veterans across the province, listed by community?

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

5 page(s)
May 2019

Req # A-2019-00008

Conducting research on behalf of the { }, to clarify issues relating to Pensions as it applies to "The Insurance Principle." Please review the request for Government of Canada Policy questions and verification, along with the association links online to the relevant documentation and specific quote. 1. According to the Veterans Affairs Canada documentation including the "Disability Benefits in respect of Wartime and Special Duty Service - The Insurance Principle," Canada citizens who serve in 'WARTIME" are actual War Veterans while Canadians who serve "Special Duty Service" areas are "Veterans." 1. Canadian citizens with "WARTIME" service are entitled to claim a new injury and receive benefits from the "Pension Act" through Veterans Affairs Canada. Question: Is this statement accurate? Could you please provide me with the accurate reference (GoC policy document). 2. Canadian citizens serving as a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police are covered under the Pension Act for their injuries, for daily operations. Question: Is this statement accurate? Could you please provide me with the accurate reference (GoC policy document). 3. Canadian citizens serving as a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police have insurance coverage while employed in "Special Duty Service Areas" and are covered under the Pension Act for their injuries. Question: Is this statement accurate? Could you please provide me with the accurate reference (GoC policy document). 4. Canadian citizens serving as Government of Canada employees in "Special Duty Service Areas" under the Authority of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, are covered under the Pension Act through Veterans Affairs Canada for their injuries. Question: Is this statement accurate? Could you please provide me with the accurate reference (GoC policy document). Question: Are these Canadian citizens considered to be legally on "Active Service" from a policy perspective. Question: As it pertains to Afghanistan, CSC, CBSA, DFAIT, and CSIS were employed in a Special Duty Service area. Are these legitimate examples and are there existing claims from these Departments? Could you please provide the Department and the total of each?

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

2 page(s)
May 2019