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Health Authority (HA) boundaries. 2018 boundary configuration The HAs are a mutually exclusive and exhaustive classification of the land area in BC. HAs are contiguous (land area is geographically adjacent) and fit within an existing geographical hierarchy, e.g., cannot violate lower-level geography boundaries such as the Health Service Delivery Areas (HSDA) and Local Health Area (LHA).
Local Health Area (LHA) are administrative boundaries for the Ministry of Health. This 2018 version is an updated one with new LHA numbers to align with other Ministry geographies and and some LHA names to better represent the regional geography. The LHAs are a mutually exclusive and exhaustive classification of the land area in BC. LHAs are contiguous (land area is geographically adjacent) and fit within an existing geographical hierarchy structure, e.g., cannot violate higher-level geography boundaries such as the Health Service Delivery Areas (HSDA) and Health Authorities (HA).
Community Health Service Area (CHSA) boundaries; 2018 boundary configuration. On April 1, 2019, the Ministry of Health released a new geography classification that introduces community-level geographies nested within the Local Health Areas. The CHSAs are a mutually exclusive and exhaustive classification of the land area in BC. CHSAs are contiguous (land area is geographically adjacent) and fit within the existing geographical hierarchy (cannot violate higher-level geography boundaries such as the Local Health Area).
Statistics represent total producer deliveries of Canadian grain to licensed primary and process elevators for the crop year by delivery station.
The objectives of this audit are to provide assurance that the Project Management and Delivery Operating Guide is aligned with the Project Governance Framework; that the guide has been communicated effectively to stakeholders within SSC; and that SSC projects are following the Project Management and Delivery Operating Guide and Project Governance Framework.
From 2003 to January 12, 2014, Ministry of Children and Youth Services used the following 9 regions: * Eastern * South East * Central East * Central West * South West * Hamilton/Niagara * Toronto * North East * Northern These 9 Service Delivery Division regions were combined with Youth Justice Services regions to create 5 new integrated regions: * North * West * Central * East * Toronto These new regions are effective as of January 13, 2014.
Hospital delivery method age-standardized percentages categorized as induction, medical
induction, surgical induction, combined induction, cesarean section, forceps operation, and
Ontario's Healthy Babies Healthy Children program helps infants and children up to age 6 and their families through: * risk screening and assessments * referrals to community programs and services * supports for new parents These shapefiles provide geospatial data for mapping the 34 Healthy Babies and Healthy Children delivery regions in Ontario. Please note: The Healthy Babies Healthy Children program is delivered through Ontario’s public health units in partnership with hospitals and other community partners. The Healthy Babies Healthy Children boundaries align with Public Health Unit boundaries.
This fact sheet outlines Shared Services Canada's various efforts in delivering more effective and efficient information technology services to Government of Canada departments and agencies.