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Canadians have an opportunity to be heard on the issue of physician-assisted dying

Canadians have an opportunity to be heard on the issue of physician-assisted dying

August 28 2015 — Ottawa — The External Panel on Options for a Legislative Response to Carter v. Canada is pleased to announce the launch of its online questionnaire that will gather input from Canadians on the very important subject of physician-assisted dying in Canada.

Published on Tue, 07/14/2015 by Clean Foundation

Summer contest for low income homeowners in Nova Scotia

Summer contest for low income homeowners in Nova Scotia

July 10, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia - It’s summertime, and no one wants to think about the winter we just had. But now is the perfect time to make your home warmer and save money before the snow falls again.

If you qualify for HomeWarming – a program that helps Nova Scotians living on a low income save money on heating bills and feel more comfortable year-round – we’ll assess your home and complete energy efficiency upgrades at no charge.

Published on Mon, 06/29/2015 by Universities Canada

Reconciliation: our challenge for Canada Day

Reconciliation: our challenge for Canada Day

For most of us, Canada Day is time off from work, a red and white cake and fireworks as the sun goes down. Like any birthday celebration, it can be a bit inward-focussed; celebrating “us” with barely a nod to the world Canada entered. This year, with the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission fresh in our minds, it’s also an opportunity to reflect on the 148-year federation, how we all fit in and who we want to become through reconciliation.

Published on Tue, 06/23/2015 by The Monarchist League of Canada

MUNICIPAL CELEBRATIONS TO MARK QUEEN’S REIGN ON SEPTEMBER 9

MUNICIPAL CELEBRATIONS TO MARK QUEEN’S REIGN ON SEPTEMBER 9

SOURCE:

THE MONARCHIST LEAGUE OF CANADA

Robert Finch  (905) 912-0916    chairman@monarchist.ca

MUNICIPAL CELEBRATIONS TO MARK QUEEN’S REIGN ON SEPTEMBER 9

The Monarchist League of Canada is inviting Canadian cities and towns to mark September 9th, the day that The Queen’s Reign becomes the longest in our modern history, with a simple civic celebration.

Published on Fri, 05/29/2015 by The Railway Association Of Canada

Railways announce new mobile app to give Canadian first-responders real-time dangerous goods information

Railways announce new mobile app to give Canadian first-responders real-time dangerous goods information

OTTAWA, May 29, 2015 — Canada’s railways are launching their new AskRail app, aimed at providing emergency responders with real-time information about a train’s rail-car contents in the event of an emergency.

Published on Wed, 04/29/2015 by The Railway Association Of Canada

Transport Canada should have sole authority to approve new rail crossings

Transport Canada should have sole authority to approve new rail crossings

By Michael Bourque

“See Tracks, Think” is the key message of this year’s Rail Safety Week, a national week of activities devoted to educating the public about dangers associated with railway crossings. People should think “train”, “danger” or “death” when they see tracks. Most importantly, they should think about the impact that a lack of awareness around railway property can have on them, their family, the community and railway employees.

Published on Mon, 04/13/2015 by Keith McNeill

Small town editor to cycle from Toronto to Ottawa for global warming petition

Small town editor to cycle from Toronto to Ottawa for global warming petition

CLEARWATER, BC: “My special interest in climate change began several years ago when the child of a family member cried himself to sleep after watching a television documentary on the subject. Will you sign my petition to help fight climate change in Canada?”

That’s how an online petition starts out that has been posted on Care2 by Keith McNeill, the editor of the award-winning Clearwater-North Thompson Times in Clearwater, British Columbia. The petition calls for a Canada-wide referendum on carbon fee-and-dividend.

Published on Fri, 04/10/2015 by ROYAL CANADIAN MINT

ROYAL CANADIAN MINT ANNOUNCES NOTABLE CANADIANS WHO WILL JUDGE PUBLIC’S SUBMISSIONS FOR COIN DESIGN CONTEST

ROYAL CANADIAN MINT ANNOUNCES NOTABLE CANADIANS WHO WILL JUDGE PUBLIC’S SUBMISSIONS FOR COIN DESIGN CONTEST

ROYAL CANADIAN MINT ANNOUNCES NOTABLE CANADIANS WHO WILL JUDGE PUBLIC’S SUBMISSIONS FOR MY CANADA, MY INSPIRATION COIN DESIGN CONTEST 

Canadians to vote online in September on panel’s selection of finalist designs

OTTAWA, ONTARIO, APRIL 9, 2015 – To celebrate Canada’s upcoming 150th anniversary, the Royal Canadian Mint launched a national contest inviting Canadians to design the 5-cent, 10-cent, 25-cent, one-dollar and two-dollar coins that will circulate in 2017.

Published on Tue, 03/17/2015 by Advancing Women in Agriculture

Women in from across Canada to attend the Advancing Women Conference in Calgary

Women in from across Canada to attend the Advancing Women Conference in Calgary

Event Information

04/06/2015 @ 1:00PM
04/07/2015
Calgary, Alberta

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Published on Wed, 03/11/2015 by ROYAL CANADIAN MINT

ROYAL CANADIAN MINT INVITES CANADIANS TO DESIGN CIRCULATION COINS FOR 2017

ROYAL CANADIAN MINT INVITES CANADIANS TO DESIGN CIRCULATION COINS FOR 2017

My Canada, My Inspiration coin design contest opens nation-wide

OTTAWA, ONTARIO, MARCH 11, 2015 – To celebrate Canada’s upcoming 150th anniversary, the Royal Canadian Mint is inviting Canadians from coast-to-coast-to-coast to design the 5-cent, 10-cent, 25-cent, one-dollar and two-dollar coins that will circulate in 2017.

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