The funding announced today is from the five-year Growing Forward 2 agreement, a $3-billion federal-provincial-territorial government investment in innovation, competitiveness and market development.
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FPT stands for Federal-Provincial-Territorial (Canada)
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Iafano also served as Chair of the National Public Safety Advisory Committee (NPSAC), a federal-provincial-territorial committee of public safety regulators whose aim is to increase policy collaboration, to address emerging public safety issues of common concern and to provide advice on standardization to the SCC.
We allowed a dysfunctional federal-provincial-territorial process to give Alberta a veto.
It is based on a multi-barrier approach to safe drinking water as set out in a May 2002 report prepared by the Federal-Provincial-Territorial Committee on Drinking Water in conjunction with the Water Quality Task Group of the Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment.
In November 2001 the final report and an executive summary on the Federal-Provincial-Territorial consultations on custody, access and child support in Canada was released.
It also provides for a federal-provincial-territorial Governmental Committee which is co-chaired by the federal government and signatory provinces on a rotating basis.
The SLIM Program is part of the Growing Forward 2 framework, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative with a five-year investment of $388 million in Saskatchewan for strategic initiatives.
He calculated that in 2007 alone, Canadian federal-provincial-territorial policies regulating prescription drugs cost Canadian consumers an estimated $2.