Canadian Aviation Regulations are located on the Department of Justice website.
Standards, incorporated by reference, will continue to be published on Transport Canada website.
(Source: Transport Canada)
Global value chains in a changing world is a 2013 report by the World Trade Organization.
Global value changes (GVC) are a major driving force of globalisation. They are inevitable outgrowth of the application of transformative information and transport technologies, combined with new business models and largely open borders.
The GVC phenomenon promotes integration on multiple levels.Today’s international production systems confound traditional ways of looking at investment, production, finance, information systems and technology. These can no longer be seen as separate, meriting distinct attention and discrete policy treatment. The international fragmentation of production has generated the opposite of fragmentation – a complex networked system of production and consumption with innumerable moving, interactive parts.
(Source: World Trade Organization)
Latest edition of Canadian Geographic (April 2014) takes a look at commuting patterns in 3 major Canadian cities: Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver.
Commuting between work and home, whether it be driving, biking, walking, or using local transit, is a reality for 15.4 million Canadians.
(Source: Canadian Geographic, April 2014)