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Provincial agricultural legislation up to 1977, Western Provinces

Jones, A. R.

Provincial agricultural legislation up to 1977, Western Provinces

by Jones, A. R.

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Published by Agriculture Canada, Economics Branch in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Prairie Provinces.,
  • British Columbia.
    • Subjects:
    • Agricultural laws and legislation -- Prairie Provinces.,
    • Agricultural laws and legislation -- British Columbia.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes indexes.

      StatementA. R. Jones.
      Series[Economics Branch] publication ; no. 77/7, Publication (Canada. Agriculture Canada. Economics Branch) ;, 77/7.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKE1675 1977b
      The Physical Object
      Pagination99 p. in various pagings ;
      Number of Pages99
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4477245M
      LC Control Number79304957

      To document the increased protections at the provincial and territorial level, we developed tables summarizing legislation. The tables are up-to-date as of March Comparative summary table of smoke-free workplace, public place and private vehicles legislation in Canada. Full Summaries of provincial and territorial legislation in Canada. The Provincial Agricultural Land Commission (ALC) is an independent administrative tribunal dedicated to preserving agricultural land and encouraging farming in British Columbia. Extension for Manufactured home. January 28,

      Improving the living standard of the people of North Western Province by facilitating for sustainable development through better land management Provincial Land Commissioner Department. North Western Province. ogmaexpo.com 46, 03 rd Floor, Provincial Council Complex, Kurunegala. Dec 14,  · In trying to understand the context of Bill 6 we examined the policies that are already in place in Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario. In most cases, these provinces adopted their farm workplace policies in stages over several decades, rather than a simultaneous change to WCB, OHS and labour relations rules.

      PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OFTHE NORTH WESTERN PROVINCE OFTHE DEMOCRATIC SOCIALISTREPUBLIC OF SRI LANKA NORTH WESTERN PROVINCE ENVIRONMENTALSTATUTE No. 12 of (Date of assent: January 10 19(1) Printedon the orders a/theNorth Western Province Provincial Council Published in Part IVA of the Gazetteofthe DemocraticSocialist Republicof . Provincial Public Services-Western Province.


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