Government of Canada: Open Government Consultation

Dear Stakeholder: The Government of Canada has launched an on-line consultation on Open Government and is inviting all Canadians to participate. The consultation will continue until January 16, 2012 and can be accessed from the Open Government web site at: http://www.open.gc.ca/index-eng.asp. I encourage you to participate in this important initiative. Launched in March 2011, the […]

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Senator Peterson's speech in the Senate Chamber – Brain Injury Awareness Month

Below is Senator Peterson’s statement to be made in the Senate Chamber today. Marie Russell Executive Assistant to / Adjointe executif à The Hon. / L’honorable Robert W. (Bob) Peterson The Senate of Canada / Le Sénat du Canada Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A4 Room 800-VB (613) 995-4220 Fax: 995-4229 www.liberalsenateforum.ca – Canada’s Original Think Tank […]

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Three excerpts from today's Speech from the Throne:

In order to improve Canada’s productivity, enhance our economic competitiveness and increase our standard of living, our Government will continue to make targeted investments to promote and encourage research and development in Canada’s private sector and in our universities, colleges and polytechnics. It will look for ways to support innovation while ensuring that federal investment […]

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NHCC and BIAC Election messaging

Hello all, With the government officially defeated, an election is in full swing. The NHCC has incorporated shared messaging about the need for a national brain strategy into BIAC’s election messages. For your reference, our key messages include: Key Messages approximately 5.6 million Canadians live with a neurological condition and 5 million Canadians live with […]

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The Brain Injury Association of Canada Supports Governments Investment to Injury Prevention

The Brain Injury Association of Canada (BIAC) is pleased to see the positive movement with the government’s investment of $5 million over two years to support injury prevention initiatives that reach Canadian children and youth in the communities where they live and play. The measurement of the success of this investment should be seen when […]

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