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  1. Canada and United States will work together to advance Arctic research and knowledge.
  2. The Government of Canada is creating generational fairness by creating opportunities for young Canadians to get the skills they need for well-paying jobs. Canada
  3. Polar Knowledge Canada is delighted to announce funding for five post-doctoral candidates with fellowships of $50,000 each to conduct research at Northern colleges and universities in Nunavut, Yukon and the Northwest Territories.
  4. Government of Canada to make an announcement about Canada Summer Jobs
  5. Agriculture is an important economic driver in rural Nova Scotia. The Government of Canada is investing to help a Cape Breton co-operative take innovative steps to connect farmers and producers to local markets.
  6. Terry Duguid, Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister, Special Advisor for Water, and Member of Parliament for Winnipeg South, on behalf of the Honourable Dan Vandal, Minister responsible for PrairiesCan and Member of Parliament for Saint Boniface – Saint Vital, will announce federal support for the Dakota Community Centre at the grand opening of the Fitness Playground.
  7. Climate comfort centres play an essential role during extreme weather events, offering residents a place to shelter, charge devices, use the internet, and check in with family and friends.
  8. By providing a space where people can feel safe, supported, and connected during times of upheaval and uncertainty, climate comfort centres help communities recover more quickly once the crisis has passed.
  9. Today, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission announced the Commission’s decision to renew McMaster University’s licence for its McMaster Nuclear Reactor for a 20-year period.
  10. Cape Breton Island is focused on preserving and promoting its unique Highland history and heritage, and keeping the culture alive for residents and visitors. The Government of Canada is investing in improvements to the Gaelic College campus in St. Anns.
  11. Research partnerships have the power to amplify the impact of new ideas through the creation and exchange of knowledge across disciplines, sectors and borders. Such partnerships generate valuable insights that can lead to intellectual, cultural, social and economic benefits for all Canadians.
  12. The Price McIntosh Bursary promotes diverse stories, experiences and interpretations
  13. New exhibits and extensive restoration completed at former Sir John A. Macdonald residence.
  14. During a three-day visit to Cape Breton that coincided with Atlantic Official Languages Week and Gaelic Nova Scotia Month, Darrell Samson, the Member of Parliament for Sackville—Preston—Chezzetcook and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Rural Economic Development and Minister responsible for ACOA, met with educators, arts administrators, and economic development leaders to discuss the region’s unique cultural heritage, as well as its competitive advantages, challenges, and plans for future growth.
  15. Enhanced Visitor Information Centre reopens and ready to welcome visitors
  16. Federal and provincial investments are helping to grow and strengthen PEI’s entrepreneurial ecosystem
  17. Ottawa, Ontario (May 7, 2024) - The Director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), David Vigneault, issued the following statement regarding the CSIS 2023 Public Report released today:
  18. Postsecondary students share stories about why social sciences and humanities research matters
  19. Today, the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) announced the winners of the national 2024 Focus on Safety Youth Video Contest during the national launch of Safety and Health Week.
  20. Atlantic Canada is home to 19 post-secondary institutions, full of students and researchers doing cutting-edge work and entrepreneurs with startup ideas. The region’s success depends on their success.
  21. Collaboration among industry and post-secondary institutions in Atlantic Canada is creating growth opportunities throughout the region.
  22. Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) is part of the Youth Employment and Skills Strategy, a horizontal federal initiative that supports youth aged 15 to 30—particularly those facing barriers to employment— to gain work experience and develop the skills they need to successfully transition into the labour market.
  23. Backgrounder: Decision by the independent Commission on the applicability of the environmental assessment for the Darlington New Nuclear Project to Ontario Power Generation’s selected reactor technology
  24. Today, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) announced the Commission’s decision that the existing environmental assessment (EA) for the Darlington New Nuclear Project (DNNP) is applicable to the reactor technology selected by Ontario Power Generation (OPG), the General Electric Hitachi BWRX300 reactor.
  25. Minister Boissonnault to make an announcement in Saskatoon on Budget 2024 measures that support students
  26. The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) is accepting applications for the 2024 Chad Bradley Scholarship Award.
  27. When Hurricane Fiona wreaked havoc on cities and towns along the Atlantic coast, the Government of Canada responded quickly with programs designed to help the region with long-term recovery efforts and adaptations to help businesses and communities recover, restore and rebuild for the future.
  28. Hurricane Fiona was an unprecedented storm that wreaked havoc along the Atlantic coast, causing damage to businesses, communities and non-profit organizations. The Government of Canada recognizes the need to rebuild and adapt to future weather events, and is investing $6,437,005 in non-repayable contributions through ACOA’s Hurricane Fiona Recovery Fund (HFRF) program to fund five projects that will restore and upgrade infrastrcuture.
  29. The rise of AI: Fraud in the digital age March 4, 2024 - GATINEAU, QC - Competition Bureau
  30. When young people have access to the supports needed to complete their studies and achieve their career goals, then communities, the economy and all of Canada thrive. That is why the Government of Canada continues to make meaningful investments in youth through its comprehensive array of youth programming.
  31. Today, the Honourable Randy Boissonnault, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Official Languages, announced that the policy to increase loan forgiveness by 50% is now in effect for doctors and nurses working in under-served rural and remote communities.
  32. Today, the Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Official Languages, Randy Boissonnault, announced the launch of the Upgrade Your Skills advertising campaign to inform Canadians about financial supports and programs available to help them gain the skills needed to succeed in today’s labour market. The campaign runs from February 5 until March 31, 2024, and targets youth (age 18 to 24) looking to start their career and adults (age 25 to 54) looking to upskill and change or improve their career.
  33. The next generation of innovators will be critical to finding forward-thinking, sustainable solutions to address the challenges of a swiftly changing world. In Nova Scotia, the Government of Canada is helping Cape Breton University develop the high-quality educational infrastructure needed to advance important research and learning, and help future innovators reach their full potential.
  34. Mike Kelloway, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard and Member of Parliament for Cape Breton-Canso, will make an announcement regarding funding for Cape Breton University.
  35. Over $8.8 million through PrairiesCan will help connect youth and underrepresented Canadians to new career opportunities across diverse sectors
  36. Over $8.8 million through PrairiesCan will help connect youth and underrepresented Canadians to new career opportunities across diverse sectors
  37. Minister Boissonnault to announce federal support for inclusive and accessible hands-on learning opportunities to meet the needs of Alberta businesses.
  38. On December 6, Canadian Space Agency (CSA) astronaut Jenni Gibbons will connect with over 500 students around the globe to discuss Canada's role in lunar exploration.
  39. Annual SSHRC Impact Awards celebrate outstanding research contributions made by Canadian scholars
  40. Government of Canada launches call for proposals for the Sustainable Development Goals Funding Program
  41. When young people have the skills and experience they need to join the workforce, communities and the economy both benefit. That is why the Government of Canada supports youth at every stage of their journey towards a bright future through its comprehensive array of youth programming, that includes Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ).
  42. The Honourable Randy Boissonnault, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Official Languages, will be in Edmonton, along with the Honourable Matt Jones, Minister of Jobs, Economy, and Trade for Alberta, to announce new funding to Alberta through labour market agreements.
  43. Today, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Official Languages, Randy Boissonnault, issued the following statement to highlight Education Savings Week 2023 in Canada
  44. Today, Jaime Battiste, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Member of Parliament for Sydney-Victoria, announced a $95,500 non-repayable ACOA contribution to the Ingonish Development Society (IDS) to develop a regional tourism strategy.
  45. New and improved docks and boardwalk offer better experience for paddlers and spectators
  46. As part of her visit to Cape Breton, the Honourable Gudie Hutchings, Minister of Rural Economic Development and Minister responsible for ACOA, will meet with local leaders and stakeholders and make two announcements that will drive economic momentum in Nova Scotia.
  47. Improvements to the Ship Hector site will better tell the story of the first Scottish emigrants to come directly from Scotland to Nova Scotia
  48. Atlantic Canada’s rich multicultural heritage is central to the region’s identity, and supports a strong, vibrant, and welcoming society that attracts visitors and newcomers from around the world. The Government of Canada is investing to ensure that Acadian community art and culture, and the French language, continue to flourish in Nova Scotia.
  49. Statement by Minister Ien on International Youth Day
  50. Parks Canada partners with organizations to employ youth across Canada to protect natural and cultural heritage.