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The Wrecked, Abandoned or Hazardous Vessels Act (WAHVA) public record fulfills obligations set out under section 107 of the Act, which requires the Minister of Transport to maintain and disclose a public record of all notices of violation and notices of default issued under the Act. The public record publishes the nature of the violation committed under the WAHVA, the name of the person or vessel that committed it, and the corresponding penalty amount. The record is online as of August 1st, 2019 and includes data only when violations are found under the WAHVA.
Companies regulated under the Canadian Energy Regulator Act (CERA).
Consists of Group 1 and Group 2 Companies.
Selected credit estimates including loans and debt securities and other financial instruments by creditor (lender) and debtor (borrower) sectors, seasonally adjusted and non-seasonally adjusted.
Companies or organizations who take over 50,000 litres of water/day from a lake, river, stream or groundwater source, must obtain a Permit to Take Water from the Ministry of the Environment -with a few exceptions. Permit holders are legally required to record how much water they take each day. Data includes: * purpose * location * water source (e.g., ground or surface) * maximum amount allowed per day * permit number * expiry date of the permit Permitted water-taking map Create a map for a water-taking application
The Pardon and Record Suspension Outcomes dataset provides information on the number of decisions regarding Pardon and Record Suspension applications taken by the PBC for a given period. Items found in this dataset include, among others, request type, method of trial (summary or indictable), offence type qualifier, outcome, province of applicant residence, month and fiscal year of outcome.
The data extracted from the Pardon and Record Suspension System (PARSS) reflects the decisions taken within the selected fiscal year. Due to processing times, these applications may not necessarily have been received during the selected fiscal year.
The Toxics Reduction Act requires the ministry to consult with experts and the public at least once every five years about possible changes to the lists of substances that are prescribed as toxic substances. The Living List Framework describes the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change's approach to reviewing and updating the list of toxic substances prescribed under the Toxics Reduction Act. Anyone may nominate a change to this list. This is the current status of nominations for all substances nominated to be added, deleted or removed from the list of prescribed toxic substances.
Approval of a disability pension or award application requires the establishment of a relationship between the claimed disability or injury and service. Service and health records (SHR) that are held at the Department of National Defence (DND), the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), or at Library and Archives Canada (LAC) are the primary means to establish this relationship.
The digitization of SHRs was implemented to improve internal processes and expedite service to Veterans seeking disability benefits.
The objective of the audit was to assess the management control framework, determine compliance with applicable policies and processes, and assess turnaround times and identify opportunities to improve efficiency.
Water well records contain details of the location, construction, and groundwater level of wells drilled on Prince Edward Island.
Formerly known as the Nova Scotia Sportfish Registry, this dataset is a list of the current record holders for several popular Nova Scotia sportfish. There are both youth and adult, catch and release and catch and keep and smallmouth bass tournament categories.
Survey records are the legal survey documents (plans, field notes, reports, diaries) that reflect the work done on the ground. The Canada Lands Survey Records provide a mechanism to ensure safekeeping of and access to legal survey documents for Canada Lands.