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The sculptures are small replicas of the monuments unveiled in Olympic Plaza in Calgary and on Parliament Hill. This tour is made possible through a partnership of the Famous 5 Foundation, the Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada, the Speakers of the Legislatures and the Ministers responsible for the Status of Women. The exhibit will be in the foyer of the government’s main administration building from September 6 to October 4. Frances Wright, President and CEO of the Famous 5 Foundation, will be on hand for the opening on Thursday, September 6 from noon to 2 p.m.

The Famous 5 appealed this decision to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council of Britain, the highest court of appeal in the British Empire. The first area the NAO and PDG have selected for study is ‘Tracking the Progress of Major Projects’, which should be available later this year. WHITEHORSE – Seven Yukon communities will share a total of $158,517 under the latest round of Project Yukon approvals.

These projects will improve the public spaces and places where people live and visit, One of the recipients is the Keno City Community Club, which will receive $18,657 toward a visitors’ orientation building and viewing platforms. The building will house photos and provide information on plant and wildlife species of the region. Tourism is becoming an important part of economic diversification for our area, We want to inform the public about our plant and wilderness viewing opportunities. We also want to balance that with education on how to prevent disturbance to or destruction of the fragile habitat and wildlife populations on Keno Hill.

The Department Tax Depreciation Schedule Calculator of Renewable Resources is funding $10,000 towards the project, while the Club is contributing $11,000 in equipment, volunteer time and in-kind contributions. Project Yukon is a means to help promote the growth of Yukon people and communities, Projects that support recreation, sport and active living are important catalysts that enhance economic development within our communities and throughout the territory.

Quantity surveyors are the backbone for the tax depreciation schedule.

This year we are having a bouncy castle and Sportsability Games including Boccia and Goalball for the visually impaired. We have teamed up with the Fit for Life project and Cornwalls Sports Disability Officer to provide fun activities. Attending the Cornwall (dis)Ability Awareness day provides an opportunity for people to come and find out about our services. We will have information on benefits, accessible tourism accommodation and visitor attractions, countryside walks which are suitable for the less mobile, recycling and waste collection services and lots more.

We are also hoping that people will come and tell us what we can do to make our services more accessible to all. A partnership between Pedal back the Years and North Cornwall District Council has set up this ride for local people to improve health and well-being. The ride proved to be popular and it is hoped more people will join in as time goes on. This ride will also be taking place on North Cornwall’s Festival of Cycling Day on the 26th September at the Dragon Leisure Centre.

BMT depreciation report, This is a lovely ride that is free, you just need to bring a long a bike or you can receive free hire for your first ride. The route is six miles in total and is on moderate quiet roads and off road tracks perfect for beginners or those that are a bit wobbly.

Negotiations between the DPA’s Defence Quality Assurance Group Leader and the DLO’s Director Programmes have concluded with the two parties signing a Customer Supplier Agreement. The agreement breaks new ground for the Head of Specialisation (HoS) concept in that, for the first time, a DLO HoS will be hosted in the DPA. North Cornwall District Council has been working in partnership with Pedal back the Years to enable this ride to place and will be providing support and encouraging local leisure centre users to enjoy the free fresh air over the next few months.