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Datasets extracted from the Fall Economic Statement 2023
The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety supports the goals laid out in the Federal Sustainable Development Strategy through the activities described in this Departmental Sustainable Development Strategy.
The goal of this qualitative research is to gain an understanding of the collective impacts that women's Healing Lodges have on Indigenous offenders, as well as the challenges that are currently facing the operation of these sites.
This research aims to examine the effectiveness of the Onboarding Program through the consideration of its impact on both Correctional Officers (Cos) and on the broader institutional environment.
Opioid agonist treatment (OAT) is an effective intervention for the care of persons with opioid use disorder (OUD). Previous studies show that maintaining OAT not only contributes to reducing the number of overdoses but also addresses the health needs of the general and mainstream population.
On any given day, roughly 500 offenders who were conditionally released from federal custody are deemed to be unlawfully at large (UAL). While recent studies have examined the general profile of all UAL offenders, the purpose of this study is to explore differences between those who are UAL whereupon their sentence has not yet expired with those who are still UAL and reached a sentence expiration date.
Opioid agonist treatment (OAT) is an effective treatment for opioid use disorder (OUD) as it prevents withdrawal symptoms, reduces cravings, and has been associated with beneficial outcomes such as reductions in illicit drug use and related harms (e.g., overdose, mortality, etc.). To better understand OAT-related experiences and release-related perspectives among federal offenders with OUD, we conducted the current longitudinal mixed-methods study. Please note that this report is a one page summary. If you wish to have a copy of the full report, please send a request comment via the Open Government Portal or email the OG team: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Correctional populations experience high levels of opioid use disorder (OUD) and increased risks for related harms upon the high-risk period of community release and reintegration, including overdose and premature mortality. Opioid agonist therapy (OAT) is an effective treatment for OUD and its provision is associated with a reduction in these and other related risks during the community transition period.Please note that this report is a one page summary. If you wish to have a copy of the full report, please send a request comment via the Open Government Portal or email the OG team: email@example.com.
Since 2009, the Watershed Hydrology and Ecosystems Research Division of Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) has coordinated spring time multi point ice thickness and composition surveys at up to 15 lake sites in the Northern Hemisphere. Data collected includes on ice snow depth, total ice thickness, depth of white ice, depth of black ice and hydrostatic water level. A review of open data, literature and data request sources identify additional ice thickness, composition and phenology datasets for the locations. This report summarizes the work undertaken to compile these Lake Ice (LI)- Thickness, Composition(TC) and Phenology(P) datasets for upload to …
The Registration of Canadians Abroad service enables government officials to contact you to provide important information in preparation for an emergency. This dataset provides information on the total daily global increase in number of registrants.
Notice: Our apologies for the unavailability of regular updates of this dataset, but due to technical issues out of our control, we have been unable to send those updates with the latest data to the Open Data portal. Once these technical issues are resolved, we will pursue those regular updates of the dataset.