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Found 108 record(s)

Req # A-2017-00071

Records that explain how staffing pools function.

Organization: Public Service Commission of Canada

359 page(s)
December 2017

Req # A-2017-00074

Internal staffing directives and policies for the PSC as well as statistics regarding applications and appointments to the public service.

Organization: Public Service Commission of Canada

28 page(s)
December 2017

Req # A-2017-00090

Copy of Document No. PRD17-002403: Briefing Note on Military Veterans Cyber and Security Job Initiatives.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

2 page(s)
December 2017

Req # A-2015-00135

CLARIFICATION : All records on implementing the Real change commitments, which were those commitments made by the Liberal Party during the 2015 federal election. All records including: -Emails held by Director General and above (limit to the final email chain) -Briefing notes (final versions only) -Reports (final versions only) on implementing the 15 Real Change commitments assigned to the Minister of Veterans Affairs in his Mandate letter. -Include potential Cabinet confidence. All records on implementing the Real change commitments, which were those commitments made by the Liberal Party during the 2015 federal election. Include potential cabinet confidence. Please provide partial responses when information becomes available.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

67 page(s)
December 2017

Req # A-2017-00026

Obtain copies of all QP notes, QP cards and memoranda sent to the Minister responsible for Veterans Affairs Canada from March 1, 2017 to May 9, 2017. (Exclude cabinet confidences only). I do not want a list.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

394 page(s)
December 2017

Req # A-2017-00069

Copies of all reports, briefing notes, decks, memos and presentations dealing with the cost of holding this year's edition on the Invictus Games. Limit to records produced between January 1, 2017 and present (July 28, 2017)

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

70 page(s)
December 2017

Req # A-2017-00123

1. For the time period of 1990-2017, please provide the number of WW2 veterans that were paid the WW2 veterans War Allowance and related benefits including, but not limited to, the following: Assistance Fund; Health Care Benefits; Critical Injury Benefit; Disability benefits; Canadian Armed Forces Income Support; Earning Loss Benefit; Retirement Income Security Benefit; Supplementary Retirement Benefit, Benefits for Survivors; Family Caregiver Relief Benefit; and Treatment Benefits, collectively referred to as "The Benefits". 2. For the time period of 1990-2017, please provide the policy and/or policies that governed/governs WW2 veterans' entitlement to The Benefits. 3. How many Canadian born WW2 veterans were recognized as WW2 veterans between 1990 and 2017? I. Upon being recognized as Canadian WW2 veterans, when did each individual first receive their WW2 veterans War Allowance? What was the amount of each individuals WW2 veterans War Allowance? II. Which of The Benefits were they paid, if any? III. Was their WW2 veterans War Allowance ever stopped? If so, when or for what time period? Why was it stopped? If stopped, was the WW2 veterans War Allowance ever reinstated? If it was reinstated, for whom was the WW2 veterans War Allowance reinstated for? How many of these WW2 veterans were still alive by the time the veteran’s war allowance was reinstated for them (i.e. how many WW2 veterans died before the veteran’s war allowance was reinstated)? IV. Were The Benefits, or any single benefit, paid to these WW2 veterans ever stopped? If so, when or for what time period? Why was it stopped? If stopped, were The Benefits, or any single benefit ever reinstated? If they were reinstated, for whom were The Benefits reinstated for? How many of these WW2 veterans were still alive by the time The Benefits, or any single benefit, were reinstated for them (i.e. how many WW2 veterans died before The Benefits, or any single benefit, were reinstated)? 4. How many people from Europe, who later became Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents, were recognized as WW2 veterans between 1990 and 2017? Specifically, which European countries were these? I. Upon being recognized as Canadian WW2 veterans, when did each individual first receive their WW2 veterans War Allowance? What was the amount of each individuals WW2 veterans War Allowance? II. Which of The Benefits were they paid, if any? III. Was their WW2 veterans War allowance ever stopped? If so, when or for what time period? Why was it stopped? If stopped, was the WW2 veterans War Allowance ever reinstated? If it was reinstated, for whom was the WW2 veterans War Allowance reinstated for? How many of these WW2 veterans were still alive by the time the veteran’s war allowance was reinstated for them (i.e. how many WW2 veterans died before the veteran’s war allowance was reinstated)? IV. Were The Benefits, or any single benefit, paid to these WW2 veterans ever stopped? If so, when or for what time period? Why was it stopped? If stopped, were The Benefits, or any single benefit ever reinstated? If they were reinstated, for whom were The Benefits reinstated for? How many of these WW2 veterans were still alive by the time The Benefits, or any single benefit, were reinstated for them (i.e. how many WW2 veterans died before The Benefits, or any single benefit were reinstated)? 5. How many people from the Soviet-Union, who later became Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents, were recognized as Canadian WW2 veterans between 1990 and 2017? I. Upon being recognized as Canadian WW2 veterans, when did each individual first receive their WW2 veterans war Allowance? What was the amount of each individuals WW2 veterans War Allowance? II. Which of The Benefits were they paid, if any? III. Was their WW2 veteran’s war Allowance ever stopped? If so, when or for what time period? Why was it stopped? If stopped, was the WW2 veterans war Allowance ever reinstated? If it was reinstated, for whom was the WW2 veterans war Allowance reinstated for? How many of these WW2 veterans were still alive by the time the veteran’s war allowance was reinstated for them (i.e. how many WW2 veterans died before the veteran’s war allowance was reinstated)? IV. Were The Benefits, or any single benefit, paid to these WW2 veterans ever stopped? If so, when or for what time period? Why was it stopped? If stopped, were The Benefits, or any single benefit ever reinstated? If they were reinstated, for whom were The Benefits reinstated for? How many of these WW2 veterans were still alive by the time The Benefits, or any single benefit, were reinstated for them (i.e. how many WW2 veteran’s died before The Benefits, or any single benefit were reinstated)? 6. To date, how many Canadian born WW2 veterans are being paid the WW2 veterans War Allowance? 7. To date, how many Canadian born WW2 veterans are being paid The Benefits, or any single benefit? 8. To date, how many people from Europe, who later became Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents, are being paid the WW2 veterans war Allowance? 9. To date, how many people from Europe, who later became Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents, are being paid The Benefits, or any single benefit? 10. To date, how many people from the Soviet-Union, who later became Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents, are being paid the WW2 veterans War Allowance? 11. To date, how many people from the Soviet-Union, who later became Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents, are being paid The Benefits or any single benefit?

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

2909 page(s)
December 2017

Req # A-2017-00124

I would like access to the briefing notes identified in the summaries from your proactive list. SDPM17-004980, 05-Jul-17 Job placement Assistance Services CFOCS17-003894, 31-May-17 Transformation of Pay Administration DCBL17-002900, 12-May-17 Meeting with RESOLVE Campaign DCBL17-001120, 12-May-17 Role of Nurse Practitioners - Update PRD17-001157, 09-May-17 Update on Psychiatric Service Dog Pilot Study DCBL177-001555, 02-May-17 Research Study on Cannabis SD17-003000, 01-May-17 Meeting with the Province of Nova Scotia to Discuss a Proposal for a Veterans Clinic at Camp Hill Veterans Memorial Building

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

37 page(s)
December 2017

Req # A-2017-00131

Copy of any documents or statistics/data for each of the following years: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 up to today’s date (November 4, 2017), confirming the quantity of medical marijuana used by Veterans (number of grams if possible) and the dollar value per year of the medical marijuana used by Veterans.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

1 page(s)
December 2017

Req # A-2017-00134

Please provide all ProServices contracts issued in the National Capital Region for the months of April, May and June 2017. Please provide copies of contracts.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

116 page(s)
December 2017