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This table provides the current expenditure forecast for each statutory authority within a department or agency, for which a financial requirement has been identified.
The dataset includes a list of legal department names and their respective numbers. The department number is assigned by the Receiver General to an organization listed in Schedules I, 1.1 and II of the Financial Administration Act authorized to use the Consolidated Revenue Fund and interface with the central systems operated by Public Works and Government Services Canada.
"Vegetation Zones of Canada: a Biogeoclimatic Perspective" maps Canadian geography in relation to gradients of regional climate, as expressed by potential vegetation on zonal sites. Compared to previous similar national-scale products, "Vegetation Zones of Canada" benefits from the work of provincial and territorial ecological classification programs over the last 30+ years, incorporating this regional knowledge of ecologically significant climatic gradients into a harmonized national map. This new map, reflecting vegetation and soils adapted to climates prior to approximately 1960, can serve as a broad-scale (approximately 1:5 M to 1:10 M) geospatial reference for monitoring and modeling effects of climate changes on Canadian ecosystems. "Vegetation Zones of Canada: a Biogeoclimatic Perspective" employs a two-level hierarchical legend.
This dataset contains primary processing facilities (e.g., smelters and refineries), mines and advanced projects related to Canada’s 31 critical minerals. Advanced projects are those with mineral reserves or resources (measured or indicated), the potential viability of which is supported by a preliminary economic assessment or a prefeasibility/feasibility study. These sites process, produce or consider producing at least one of Canada's critical minerals, but other minerals and metals may also be present. This dataset contains links that direct to non-Government of Canada websites that are not subject to the Privacy Act, the Official Languages Act or the Standard on Web Accessibility.
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 map title is Sudbury. Tactile map scale. 2 centimetres = 3 kilometres North arrow pointing to the north. Sudbury and surrounding area.