The Frontier Centre for Public Policy's newest proposal "is a call for Indigenous leaders to engage with community and the government" on discussions for relocating "non-viable" First Nations communities closer to urban centres
Meanwhile, the gap between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal median income from employment sources also closed in most of the urban centres
The two subsequent deadlines are: December 31, 2000 when urban centres
of more than 15,000 population equivalents that discharge into water areas which are less sensitive should provide for collection and secondary (that is, biological) treatment.
Both books illustrate the importance of urban centres
in the history, culture and society of Latin America.
The ERCB based its decision on its finding that Eden Valley was not defined as an urban centre
under ERCB regulations.
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Anna-Sophie Mertens, from the Contemporary Urban Centre
, said: "I would like to show my support for the initiative.
Kate Robinson, of Film Workshops, which is launching a new training programme at the Novas Contemporary Urban Centre
, in Liverpool
Sattar asked if Sindh's urban centres
are not part of the country.
Our cities and towns have now become recently hotter than their adjoining or nearby rural areas for various reasons and increasing green areas and planting more trees in the cities and towns is the most effective and cheapest way to cope with heat island effect that poses risk to lives and livelihoods in urban centres
of the country,' Mushahidullah Khan noted.
The Congress- led UPA government has its eyes set on a significant section of voting population in the urban centres
across the country with a plan to tweak the funding pattern of its ambitious Rajiv Awas Yojana.
The High Commission for the Development of Riyadh (HCDR) has approved key projects for its two new urban centres
in the eastern and northern parts of the city, said a report.