Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park recently brought home gold, an Alberta first in the Federal/Provincial/Territorial category within the Institute of Public Administration Public Sector Leadership Awards.
What does F/P/T stand for?
F/P/T stands for Federal/Provincial/Territorial (Canada)
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- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
We have 89 other meanings of F/P/T in our Acronym Attic
- Full Option (automobiles)
- Free or Open Source Software
- Facing Pool (rooms/apartments)
- False Positive
- Fire/Poison (MapleStory)
- First Payment (finance)
- Fluorochrome to Protein (ratio)
- Future Given Present
Samples in periodicals archive:
I participate on several federal/provincial/territorial committees pertaining to foreign qualification recognition with colleagues from other government departments as well as Health Canada.
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.
The workshop convened by CWHN comes a full 20 years after the release of the Canadian Mental Health Association landmark report, Women and Mental Health in Canada: Strategies for Change (April 1987), and almost 15 years after a federal/provincial/territorial Working Group on Women's Health released its report, Working Together for Women's Mental Health: A Framework for the Development of Policies and Programs (March 1993), which includes mental health as a key focus.
The Strategy supplements, rather than replaces, the traditional federal/provincial/territorial (FPT) process of meetings.
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).
Integrated planning, taking into account all water uses and water-related activities within whatever political, administrative, economic, of functional boundaries exist, and including public/private collaboration, and joint federal/provincial/territorial planning
assist with efforts to ensure that the concerns and issues affecting Albertans with disabilities are represented in federal/provincial/territorial processes;