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First report of the Minister's Advisory Council.
This transition binder is for the new Minister of the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada, the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, Minister of the Environment and Climate Change. The binder contains briefing material and information on the state of the Agency at the moment of the 2019 election and the Minister’s responsibilities under the Impact Assessment Act.
Briefing binder used by the Hon. Steven Guilbeault Minister of Canadian Heritage Before the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage Regarding the Minister’s Mandate Letter.
The Department of Justice Canada’s Transition Book speaks to the three distinctive roles played by the Department. The department’s roles are to act as: policy department with broad responsibilities for overseeing all matters relating to the administration of justice that fall within the federal domain; provider of a range of legal advisory, litigation, and legislative services to government departments and agencies; and central agency responsible for supporting the Minister in advising Cabinet on all legal matters including the constitutionality of government initiatives and activities. The Ministerial Transition binders also address the organization structure of the Department and the financial duties and responsibilities given to the Department of Justice alongside the unique programs held under the portfolio of the Attorney General and Minister of Justice including providing Legal Services to the Government and supporting a bilingual and bijural system of Justice. Further, the Ministerial transition Book addresses organizations related to the Department of Justice and the roles they play one of which is the Canadian Bar Association, a professional, voluntary organization that represents more than 37 000 lawyers and concerns itself with the carriage of justice and maintain the rule of law.
This letter has been sent to Provincial and Territorial Ministers of Health and regulatory colleges to encourage action at all levels to better provide people who use drugs with a full spectrum of options for receiving care from practitioners.
The briefing material titles listed below were prepared for the Minister, the Deputy Minister and the Associate Deputy Minister of Justice. The lists are generated at the end of each month and are a snapshot in time of records created for that month. In keeping with the spirit of the Access to Information Act, the briefing material titles that would be exempted pursuant to the Act are redacted. Briefing material titles relating to Cabinet Confidences do not appear on the list.
The briefing note titles listed below were prepared for the Deputy Minister and the Minister of Veterans Affairs Canada. In accordance with both the Access to Information Act and Privacy Act, personal or confidential information as well as information related to security have not been included in this listing. If you find a title of interest, you may make an Access to Information Request in order to obtain the records.
Minister's Transition Book Veterans Review and Appeal Board
The briefing document listed below was prepared for the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada. Additional material will be added as it becomes available. Please note the document has been processed under the Access to Information Act and certain information has been withheld from disclosure in accordance with the exemptions and exclusions in the Act. The Department of Justice Canada’s Transition Book speaks to the three distinctive roles played by the Department.
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The Government of Canada has implemented a series of measures to strengthen public sector management by enhancing transparency and oversight of public resources in the Federal Government. The briefing material titles listed below were prepared for the Deputy Minister and Minister of Justice. The lists are generated at the end of each month and are a snapshot in time of records created for that month. In keeping with the spirit of the Access to Information Act, the briefing material titles that would be exempted pursuant to the Act are redacted.