2 edition of Canadian provincial and territorial archival legislation found in the catalog.
Canadian provincial and territorial archival legislation
Victoria Louise Bryans
Written in English
|Statement||by Victoria Louise Bryans.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 168 p.|
|Number of Pages||168|
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The provincial sales tax (PST) levied by the provinces, The territories of Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut have no territorial sales taxes, which means only the GST is collected in the territories. Harmonized Tax Calculation for all Canadian Provinces: Many qualifying books are exempt from HST in most : Susan Munroe. Otherwise, to access legislation directly fro the applicable federal, provincial, or territorial source, see the following chart (adapted from the Bora Laskin Law Library's Canadian Current Legislation).
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This thesis is an inquiry into the nature of current provincial and territorial archival legislation in Canada. It provides an analysis of archival legislation as a form of written communication and argues that the legislation suffers from the same deficiencies inherent in other forms of communication as a result of external social influences on its by: 1.
Our print collection of Canadian legislation (both federal & provinicial) is historic only - most series ending the early s. The volumes are now kept off site. However should you wish to consult a printed volume, you can order them online via the Hold & Request sytem on SOLO.
Please ask a member of staff for : Elizabeth Wells. National, Provincial and Territorial Archivists Conference (NPTAC) NPTAC produced the following documents, of which Library and Archives Canada is a member.
Statement of Guiding Principles for Identifying 'Best-Fit' Repositories for Private-Sector Archival. Almost everyProvincial government in Canada has enacted legislation to explicitly establisha Provincial Archives.
This legislation varies dramatically in scope andcomplexity, however. The purpose of this paper, therefore, is to examine theProvincial and Territorial legislation in light of the UNESCO Draft Model Lawon Archives. Table 11 sets out where provincial and territorial child protection legislation refers to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
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Manitoba. New Brunswick. Provincial Statutes & Legislation. Listed below are electronic and print sources for accessing Canadian provincial legislation. For those without access to Lexis and Westlaw, the Canadian Legal Information Institute (CanLII) provides free online access to provincial legislation, as do Canadian provincial and territorial archival legislation book legislative websites.
Lexis -- Scroll through the alphabetical list to access the following: Alberta Statutes (consolidated), Alberta Annual Statutes (session laws Author: Charles Bjork.
The purpose of the Council is to ensure active and relevant participation by provincial and territorial archivists in the national archival network and to ensure a close working relationship with the Canadian Council of Archives. CPTA meets twice per year, providing a venue for the discussion of issues and sharing of ideas particularly relevant to provincial and territorial archivists.
This is a list of the Legislative Assemblies of Canada's provinces and territories. Each province's legislative assembly, along with the province's Lieutenant Governor, form the province's legislature (which is called a parliament or general assembly in some provinces).
Historically, several provinces had bicameral legislatures, but they all eventually dissolved their upper house or merged it. What rights are required to conduct reconnaissance. Reconnaissance right requirements in Canada vary by jurisdiction.
In the Northwest Territories, Nunavut, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, both individuals and companies are required to obtain a prospector’s licence from the applicable provincial or territorial government in order to engage in.
To enact building and fire regulations, the provinces, territories, and municipalities pass legislation that references the relevant Codes Canada publications or provincial code. The provincial and territorial authorities having jurisdiction are responsible for: adopting and enforcing laws and regulations.
Federal legislation applies to employees of the federal government and federal corporations. It also applies to workers in federally regulated industries such as inter-provincial and international transportation, shipping, telephone and cable systems.
Provincial or territorial legislation applies to most other workplaces. Canadian Cataloguing in Publication Data Denhez, Marc, Unearthing the law: archaeological legislation on lands in Canada Issued also in French under title: Quand il faut déterrer la loi.
ISBN Cat. R/E 1. Archaeology – Law and legislation – Canada. Excavations (Archaeology) – Law and legislation. Provincial and territorial regulations govern the operation of the commercial bus and truck industry except for the rules and regulations Transport Canada's Motor Carrier Division sets in support of the safe operation of federally-regulated (extra-provincial.
is an official archival portal maintained by the Canadian Council of Archives (CCA), and is a joint initiative of CCA, the Provincial and Territorial Archival Networks, and Library and Archives Canada (LAC).All archival descriptions and links contained in the searchable database are provided by provincial and territorial councils, their members, and LAC.
Journal of the Canadian Historical Association: Historical Papers, Vol. 24, No. 1,pp. Discussion of the conflict between the provincial government understanding of 'spirit and intent' of Treaty and the inflexible Federal Office of Native Claims' preoccupation with. Provinces and territories use many checks and controls to track timber removed from public lands.
Federal laws and international agreements also govern forestry operations. Provincial and territorial laws and regulations also address the requirements of over-arching federal laws that apply to forests, and of international agreements Canada has. The provinces and territories of Canada are sub-national divisions within the geographical areas of Canada under the jurisdiction of the Canadian the Canadian Confederation, three provinces of British North America—New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and the Province of Canada (which upon Confederation was divided into Ontario and Quebec)—were united to form a federated colony Category: Federated state.
Human Rights in Our Provinces. Provincial and territorial human rights laws are very similar to the Canadian Human Rights Act and apply many of the same principles. They protect people from discrimination in areas of provincial and territorial jurisdiction, such as restaurants, stores, schools, housing and most workplaces.
There are fourteen jurisdictions in Canada - one federal, ten provincial and three territorial each having its own occupational health and safety legislation. For most people in Canada, the agency that you would contact is the provincial or territorial agency in the area where you work. There are some exceptions to this.
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