- Eat Well & Be Active Educational Toolkit. // Active Living;Nov2011, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p10
The article focuses on the resource called EAT WELL and Be Active Educational Toolkit from Health Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada.
- Health columns available online. // Canadian Nurse;Feb2006, Vol. 102 Issue 2, p6
Reports on the availability of health-related topics on It's Your Health at www.hc-sc.gc.ca/iyh-vsv/index_e.html Web site, presented by Health Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada. Information contained in the site; Number of articles posted in HTML and PDF formats; Categories of...
- CLIMATE CHANGE and CANADA: An untapped opportunity to advance gender equality? EYZAGUIRRE, JIMENA // Network Magazine of the Canadian Women's Health Network;Fall/Winter2008/2009, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p7
The article focuses on the perception of climate change policies in Canada as a gateway to gender equality. Climate change has been a concern across Canada and tackling it demands two policy responses, mitigation which involves curbing the emission of greenhouse gases, and adaptation, which...
- Funding for FAS IN CANADA. // SAY Magazine;Spring2009, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p24
The article provides an overview of the Public Works' 2008 internal evaluation on the funding for the Public Health Agency of Canada fetal alcohol spectrum disorder initiative. The report suggests that only two-thirds of the $3.3 million budget is spent annually. The report also found that...
- Summary: Weight of evidence - Factors to consider when investigating a food-borne illness outbreak. Vik, J.; Hexemer, A.; Farber, J. // Canada Communicable Disease Report;Aug2014, Vol. 40 Issue 14, p303
The article offers information on the document titled, Weight of Evidence: Factors to Consider for Appropriate and Timely Action in a Foodborne Illness Outbreak Investigation by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency of Canada, the organization Health Canada of Canada and the Public Health Agency...
- Will Open Government make Canada's health agencies more transparent? Hubert, Paul C.; Coutts, Jane; Stanbrook, Matthew B.; MacDonald, Noni; Flegel, Ken // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;4/5/2011, Vol. 183 Issue 6, p641
The author reflects on the open government strategy for health agencies of Canada. He mentions that the idea came from the U.S. government wherein the Health Canada was directed to apply the approach. He says that the goal of the strategy was to address the secrecy of several agencies including...
- Australian rules. Wild, Damian // Public Finance;10/04/96, p15
Discusses the development of a white-collar compulsory competitive tendering (CCT) regime in Britain. Reasons for the existing complexity of the program; Discussion of white-collar CCT regime in Australia; Comparison between English/Welsh and Victorian models.
- The next best thing. Helgadottir, Birna // Public Finance;04/24/98, p26
Reveals that councils in Britain are eager to switch from Compulsory Competitive Tendering (CCT) to the Labour Party's `best value' bidding option. Information on CCT; Comparison of CCT to `best value'; How `best value' works.
- Confused competitive tendering? Wild, Damian // Public Finance;7/22/94, p29
Reports on the British government's contemplation of change in its competitive tendering program. Relaxation of rule on white-collar compulsory competitive tendering (CCT); Set up of a working party to look at alternative approaches to white-collar CCT.