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Ottawa is one of Canada’s leading innovation centres and it is also the nation's capital. There is no better place to hold a forum and discussion on the intersection of Blockchain and Government. We expect strong representation from government agencies, regulatory bodies, and government service providers keen on better understanding what Blockchain technology is and how it will shape Canada moving forward.
How well have the Trudeau Liberals met their legislative goals? John Ibbitson argues there is still a lot left undone that was promised during the election campaign, and the government lags what Stephen Harper had achieved by the same point of his time governing as a majority.
Pierre Poilievre speaks at the Government Blockchain Forum in Ottawa hosted by the Blockchain Association of Canada. Ottawa is one of Canada’s leading innovation centres and it is also the nation's capital. There is no better place to hold a forum and discussion on the intersection of Blockchain and Government. We expect strong representation from government agencies, regulatory bodies, and government service providers keen on better understanding what Blockchain technology is and how it will shape Canada moving forward.
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Top court says Ottawa broke law in financing EI Updated Thu. Dec. 11 2008 11:31 AM ET The Supreme Court of Canada says that Ottawa illegally collected employment insurance contributions for three years under the former Liberal government. The court, though, rejected union claims that Ottawa diverted money from deliberately-over-inflated EI surpluses to balance the federal budget and fund programs. In a 7-0 decision, the court ruled EI premiums were inappropriately collected between 2002, 2003, and 2005. That's when the Liberal cabinet set EI rates directly without the authorization from Parliament and the employment insurance commission, a violation of the principle of no taxation without representation. "This means that employment insurance premiums were collected unlawfull...
Ottawa unveils 2018 immigration plan. The federal government has announced its plan to bring in hundreds of thousands of newcomers over the next few years.
Ottawa seems to be quite stressed these days. Government workers, students, sens fans... DON'T WORRY! Corey, creator of UMTBC outlines how stress is caused and the SOLUTION to all this stress being Meditation and how it can not only help with stress but improve your life in MANY different ways! The song spoken about: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wbC2n-9FKI&feature=related Article on the 100 benefits of meditation:http://www.ineedmotivation.com/blog/2008/05/100-benefits-of-meditation/ UMTBC Dream is coming SOON! Book your free trial class on our facebook page www.facebook.com/UMTBC
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A National Historic Site of Canada, this underground nuclear bunker was built in secrecy during the Cold War to house top government and military officials in the event of an attack. Today the Museum provides a startling glimpse into Cold War history with guided and specialty tours. Immerse yourself in an authentic 60s era engineering marvel and learn about the fear stricken culture who prepared itself for devastation. Just a short commute from downtown Ottawa, Carp offers a range of things to see and experience, from quaint pubs to a farmer's market to a museum! https://www.ottawatourism.ca/member/diefenbunker-canadas-cold-war-museum-meeting-facility/
Another choppy motion-sickness-inducing song from the first annual Pogo-A-Gogo-Rock-A-Roo concert put on by Song Bird Music at Porter Hall, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON. The concert featured Furnaceface, Mystic Zealots, Rat Boy and Evil Knievel (the band not the person which is spelled slightly differently). Subsequent years featured: #2: ??? #3: Skatterbrains, Fun For Malakai, Black Triangle, Illegal Jazz Poets #4: Black Triangle, Tongues and Bones, Heavendog, Fishtales Pat Banister - guitar/vox Slo' Tom Stewart - bass/vox Dave Dudley - drums etc. Marty Jones - keyboards
Diefenbunker - Ottawa - Canada's Cold War Museum and Underground Bunker -- Have you ever wondered what an underground lair looked like? Logan takes you on a walkthrough of Canada's underground cold war bunker.
http://dowhonda.com 613 237 2777 It sounds crazy, but it is absolutely true. A few young and adventurous Government employees needed a warm ride to work, they had heard what the Shotgun Show was doing to bust the winter blahs and they asked for a lift. With the help of Dow Honda, the Premiere Honda Dealer in Ottawa, we were able to make their wish come true. Here is one review of the Odyssey: The Odyssey's interior and features are much like those of nearly every other minivan on the market. The most notable difference between the Odyssey and its competitors is its interior build quality. The seats, dash, storage compartments and trim in the Odyssey are all surprisingly well constructed. Every surface in the Odyssey looks and feels solid as a rock. The interior of the 2013 Odyssey is caver...
The News of the Canadian Government laying off more in Ottawa, not surprising. [ Many have already overcome the obstacle, the tragedy of the situation, we have helped] I originally heard an exaggerated body count, forgive the number in the video - but the numbers are high. [There is hope for those impacted by the life-event that this has created, we have seen it and witnessed the unstoppable spirit of the people involved - who took action and refused to play the "blame game".] Governments, Banks, the Financial World in general is sick, very sick. The failing economy or "financial constriction" is not a hopeless case and NOBODY should base their lifestyle, dreams and goals on their "surroundings" or "circumstances" right? - Agreed. Fact being - more millionaires, life-sav...
http://www.psac.com/issues/dqps-dspq/index-e.shtml Whether replacing light fixtures, re-pointing masonry or any one of a thousand building support services, public works employees make federal government buildings beautiful, safe and clean. But as the government moves to contractors, public works employees are seeing corners cut, shoddy work, and jobs left undone. If they see something wrong that's not on their work order, a contractor will leave it unfixed, because they're not going to be paid for that.
This is a 50 minute video of a speech given by Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) President Margaret Froh at the Ottawa Engagement Session of the MNO Commission on Métis Rights and Self-Government on March 31, 2017.