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Canada’s first overall tax gap report brings together all previously published tax gap components with updated estimates and key findings up to tax year 2018.
The 2008-2022 Total Diet Study Food Consumption Tables show the daily consumption of each Total Diet Study (TDS) food composite for various age-sex groups. The source for these consumption data is the 2015 Canadian Community Health Survey-Nutrition Component (2015 CCHS-Nutrition). When paired with concentrations of chemical contaminants in each TDS food composite, these consumption data allow the calculation of exposure of the Canadian population to contaminants through food. These consumption values are applicable to the Total Diet Study years 2008 to 2022. For sample years further out from 2015, increasing caution should be used as the 2015 consumption survey data …
The Government of Canada provides post-secondary students with opportunities to gain work experience and develop skills with federal organizations.
The Public Service Commission maintains a list of validated post-secondary academic institutions and programs.
The financial, people management and results data presented in the GC InfoBase are periodically updated as new information becomes available. Due to the nature of varying datasets, not all datasets are updated at the same time or on the same periodic schedule. For example, the Public Accounts of Canada is published every fall, while Departmental Plans, are published on or before March 31 each year. Once published, the data must be prepared in an appropriate format to be integrated into the GC InfoBase.
The Public Service Commission (PSC) is responsible for the administration of the Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP). As part of this program, it manages, among other things, a general inventory of students for which it manages the applications received as well as student referrals to federal organizations wishing to recruit students.
The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) Standard refers to "activities", which for IDRC means international development projects. The data file provides basic information about IDRC's research project activities. The data fields within the files include project title and description, recipient country and geographic area, aid type, relevant dates, and budget information. All monetary amounts are in Canadian dollars.