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The Navigation Protection Program (NPP) Registry contains information to notify Canadians of proposed works on all navigable waterways by facilitating access to records related to these proposals that may impact their right to navigation. It contains data collected by Transport Canada in relation to the Legacy Navigation Protection Program and the new Canadian Navigable Waterways Act, helping to expand the scope of federal oversight for the public right of navigation by enhancing openness, transparency and accessibility. The registry is expected to go live on August 29th, 2019 and will include data (approvals of works) from April 2014.
The Canadian Register of Small Commercial Vessels includes registration information about small non-pleasure vessels powered by an engine of 10 horsepower (7.5 kW) or more and commercial river rafts.
Registration for small non-pleasure human-powered vessels (such as canoes or kayaks), or small sailing vessels and small power-driven vessels with propulsion motors less than 10 horsepower (7.5 kW) is not required, however owners have the option to register voluntarily.
Vessel owners or operators must still comply with construction, safety, and pollution requirements set out in the Canada Shipping Act, 2001.
The Canadian Register of Vessels contains information on Vessels registered in Canada. Registration is a title system for ownership of vessels. It is similar in nature to title systems used for land registry. Registration allows for name approval, mortgage registration and proof of ownership.
Police-reported organized crime, by most serious violation (homicide and attempted murder, assault, sexual violations, kidnapping and hostage taking, human trafficking, robbery and theft, firearm and weapons violations, extortion and criminal harassment, arson, forgery and fraud, child pornography, criminal organization involvement, probation and court violations, drug possession and trafficking, and other violations), Canada (selected police services), 2016 to 2018.
Under the Agriculture and Agri-Food Administrative Monetary Penalties Act and Regulations, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) may issue an Administrative Monetary Penalty (AMP) as an enforcement measure to encourage compliance with the Health of Animals Act, the Plant Protection Act, the Meat Inspection Act and their associated regulations.
Number of victims and rate per 100,000 population of police-reported violent crime and traffic violations causing bodily harm or death, by type of violation, sex of victim and age of victim, Canada, provinces and territories, 2009 to 2018.
The database contains information about the following types of federal corporations:
Business corporations created under the Canada Business Corporations Act (CBCA), Not-for-profit corporations created under the Canada Corporations Act, Part II (CCA II), Not-for-profit corporations created under the Canada Not-for profit Corporations Act (NFP), Cooperatives created under the Canada Cooperatives Act (COOP), Board of trades created under the Boards of Trade Act (BOTA), Other corporations regulated by Corporations Canada (e.g., special act corporation)
The database does NOT include information about corporations created under financial legislation (such as financial institutions, insurance companies or loan and trust companies) or those created under provincial, territorial or other corporate legislation.
Number of victims and rate per 100,000 population of police-reported violent crime and traffic violations causing bodily harm or death, by type of violation and sex of victim, Canada, provinces, territories and Census Metropolitan Areas, 2009 to 2018.
Number of victims and rate per 100,000 population of police-reported violent crime and traffic violations causing bodily harm or death, by type of violation and age of victim, Canada, provinces, territories and Census Metropolitan Areas, 2009 to 2018.
Notices of complaints and investigations received by Public Services and Procurement Canada from the Information
Commissioner of Canada under the Privacy Act.