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Found 17 record(s)

Nothing to report this month

Organization: National Research Council Canada

December 2017

Req # A2017-0018

All records regarding Mr. Ian Potter's language training from October 1, 2016, to September 14, 2017.

Organization: National Research Council Canada

62 page(s)
November 2017

Req # A2017-0024

The rates of promotion of scientists in incumbent-based positions, broken down by gender, classification and level for the Research Officers and Research Council Officers, between March 1, 2012, and March 1, 2017.

Organization: National Research Council Canada

4 page(s)
November 2017

Req # A2017-0019

Any records indicating how many: a) term and indeterminate staff were hired from January 2007 to July 2017; b) probationary employees were terminated or resigned during their probationary period, from January 2007 to July 2017; c) FTEs were budgeted from April 2007 to March 2017.

Organization: National Research Council Canada

1 page(s)
October 2017

Req # A2017-0011

All information pertaining to the Smart Textiles and Wearables Innovation Alliance’s creation as well as managers and directors of the alliance. List of attendees to the April 21, 2016 meeting. List of companies that received funding from the NRC that are participants in the STWIA, and amounts they received

Organization: National Research Council Canada

347 page(s)
September 2017

Req # A2017-0013

Peter Wilkins’ (Wilkins Associates) affiliation with the NRC IRAP and Emerging Technologies from 1980 to September 2017.

Organization: National Research Council Canada

0 page(s)
September 2017

Req # A2017-0014

All versions of the Confidentiality of business information document since December 2014.

Organization: National Research Council Canada

0 page(s)
September 2017

Req # A2017-0015

Names of the Industrial Technology Advisors who have had dealings with the following companies: Apparel Innovation Centre (AIC),  Alberta Garment Wear Ltd., Alberta Garment Manufacturing, Compass Agency, CSC Workwear, Apparel Solutions International, Coverall Shop and Armour-Ready. As well as listing of funding or assistance that these organizations have received.

Organization: National Research Council Canada

13 page(s)
September 2017

Req # A2017-0016

List of individuals, businesses, other government departments and organizations that obtained a copy of the report titled "Fire Retardant Coveralls" which was prepared by Michèle Senay for Bob Golding on September 3, 2015.

Organization: National Research Council Canada

0 page(s)
September 2017

Req # A2017-0007

All records pertaining to assessments of the bio effects; effects on human health; individual safety; effects on social well-being; impacts on security of the person, of the use of any apparatus, equipment, technology, article, good, substance, work-in-progress or components capable of causing submillimeter sized holes in the following materials while situated at a remote position from the respective material: single sheet of aluminum foil situated behind a pane of glass; pouch of Cryopak gel placed over the scalp of an individual’s head and situated underneath a cloth hat, in public spaces; hot water bottle used for warmth while sleeping, situated inside a residence.

Organization: National Research Council Canada

0 page(s)
August 2017