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The Summit on the Economics of Policing Strengthening Canada's Policing Advantage was a commitment made by Federal/Provincial/Territorial (FPT) Ministers Responsible for Justice and Public Safety at their January 2012 meeting.
I recommend that the CSC undertake a broad consultation with federal/provincial/territorial and non governmental partners to review the provision of health care to federal offenders and to propose alternative models for the provision of these services.
The National Cultural Tourism Award was developed during a dialogue between the Federal/Provincial/Territorial Culture/Heritage and Tourism Initiative and the tourism association.
Once the individual turns 65, $1,000 annually of RRIF withdrawals or RRSP annuity payments will qualify for the federal/provincial/territorial pension income credit ($1,147 in Alberta and $1,158 in Ontario, where the credit amount is indexed).
Specifically, the Office for Disability Issues will attempt to: * provide a reference point for enquiries concerning matters affecting persons with disabilities; * improve communication with the community to identify issues affecting persons with disabilities; * assist with the development and implementation of policies across government departments to remove barriers and create accessible programs and services; * promote positive attitudes and raise awareness of disability issues; * assist with efforts to ensure that the concerns and issues affecting Albertans with disabilities are represented in federal/provincial/territorial processes; * evaluate the status of Albertans with disabilities; and promote additional accountability of government programs.
The CCRA mission is similar to SOI's but broader in scope and includes statistical research and tax modeling services to CCRA program groups and Federal/Provincial/Territorial Government departments and agencies.
The Corrections Population In May 1996, federal/provincial/territorial corrections and justice ministers issued a report titled Corrections Population Growth.
In January 2013, my department, Public Safety Canada, will follow through on a commitment made at the January 2012 Federal/Provincial/Territorial meeting of Ministers Responsible for Justice and Public Safety by holding the National Summit on the Economics of Policing, said Minister Toews.