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A directory and map of settlement service providers in Nova Scotia. Provides contact information for the organizations (Mailing and physical addresses, phone numbers) as well as a list of the types of services available through each service provider (Assessment and Orientation, Language, Employment and Business, Youth and Young Adult, Recreation and Socialization, Francophone, Distance/Multiple Locations, and Other).
The Emergency Services Provider Fund is a program intended to assist emergency first responder organizations in Nova Scotia with the purchase of equipment used directly in response to a fire or emergency situation. The program will provide up to 75 per cent of the total capital cost up to a maximum grant of $20,000. This dataset includes the list of the providers that were approved, the inital project approval amount and the actual amount paid to each applicant based on the finished project. Funding for this program was last approved in 2018-19 budget.
This table provides statistics on the Distribution of Discrete Patients by Payment Range for Services Provided by Physicians, based on fee-for-service payments under the Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan (AHCIP). This table is an Excel version of a table in the “Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan Statistical Supplement” report published annually by Alberta Health.
The National Service Provider List is a comprehensive list of emergency and transitional homeless shelters in Canada. It provides annual capacity statistics on the number of permanent beds for each facility. Employment and Social Development Canada maintains the list with information that is provided by communities and service providers and gathered from publicly available sources.
This fact sheet is based on data obtained through special request to Correctional Services Canada (CSC) and Statistics Canada (Census). It examines the numbers and rate of federal adult offenders in custody supervision over time, and draws comparisons between Indigenous and non-Indigenous groups. Trend analyses were based on data [points from the last three sentence years (2009, 2011, 2016).
Not just for kids: An adult guide to vaccination