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Number of Canada School of Public Service employees by employment status and fiscal year. Includes indeterminate, term, casual, student, secondment and Interchange Canada employees.
Representation by Employment Equity occupational groups for visible minorities, Aboriginal Peoples, persons with disabilities and women and by fiscal year at the Canada School of Public Service.
The total number of employees in each group represents only those who have self-identified in accordance with the Employment Equity Act and who are not on leave without pay. The base Employment Equity population used to calculate representation excludes employees on leave without pay.
Number of registrations for Canada School of Public Service learning activities by title, code, delivery type, learning activity duration, region of the offering, learner’s region of work and fiscal year.
Data as of April 11, 2018.
Level 1 Evaluation for Canada School of Public Service classroom and online learning activities.
Number of unique visitors who logged onto GCcampus per month.
Data for April 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018.
Public and Catholic board-level course enrolment in Grade 9 Math by course type (academic, applied and locally developed) for each academic year. School boards report this data using the Ontario School Information System (OnSIS). Includes: * academic year * board number * board name * course grade * course type * number of students * percentage of students Data excludes private schools, school authorities, publicly funded hospital and provincial schools, Education and Community Partnership Program (ECPP) facilities, summer, night and adult continuing education day schools. Enrolment totals include withdrawn and dropped courses.
The Assistant Deputy Minister Human Resources-Civilian (ADM HR-Civ) is the functional authority and service provider for civilian human resources for the Department of National Defence. This data describes the number of civilian employees at National Defence by regions throughout Canada.
The Public Service Official Languages Exclusion Approval Order sets out the situations whereby, for non-imperative appointments, public servants may be exempted from the obligation of meeting the official language requirements of their bilingual positions within a specific timeline. On a yearly basis, deputy heads of federal departments and agencies governed by the Public Service Employment Act must report to the Public Service Commission of Canada on the use of the order and the Public Service Official Languages Appointment Regulations. As a result of the reporting from deputy heads, cases of employees who do not meet the language requirements of their bilingual positions within the timelines are identified as non-compliant. The Public Service Commission supports organizations in resolving these situations.
The data includes: * academic year * region * board number * board name * board language * board type * elementary school male educators * elementary school female educators * secondary school male educators * secondary school female educators * total male educators * total female educators * total educators This dataset is reported during October submissions by schools and school boards in the Ontario School Information System (OnSIS). Educators include teachers, administrators, early childhood educators, long- term occasional (LTO) teachers and LTO early childhood educators. LTO educator data is based on data reported by school boards. The definition of an LTO teacher or LTO early childhood educator may vary across school boards based on local collective agreements in place.