Canadian Forces Health Services Group | Surgeon General’s Report 2014
The Canadian Forces Health Services Group (CFHSG) is the designated health-care provider for Canada’s military personnel, delivering medical and dental services at military installations across Canada and overseas. The Surgeon General is the commander of the group.
In November 2014, Tahirah Shadforth provided services to the CFHSG to edit the Surgeon General’s Report 2014: Consolidation Innovation Readiness. The 70-page report highlighted key achievements of the CFHSG from 2010 to 2014.
Norsk Vann | Selected Summaries of Water Reports 2008–2013
Norsk Vann (Norwegian Water) is a national association representing Norway’s water industry. Norsk Vann in total represents 360 municipalities that cover over 95% of Norway’s population. It also has affiliated members such as consultants, producers, suppliers, and educational and research institutions.
In May 2014, Tahirah provided services to Norsk Vann to edit the Selected Summaries of Water Reports 2008–2013. The 16-page publication offers summaries of key water projects in Norway.
CFHSG | Mental Health Strategy: An Evolution of Excellence
In July 2013, Tahirah provided services to the CFHSG to edit the Mental Health Strategy: An Evolution of Excellence. The 28-page publication outlined the state and impact of mental illness in the Canadian Armed Forces and Canadian society, identified unique opportunities for improvement, and set priorities and key areas of focus for the next five years.
CFHSG | Surgeon General’s Report 2010
In June 2010, Tahirah provided services to the CFHSG to edit the Surgeon General’s Report 2010: Building On Our Strategy. The 51-page report highlighted key achievements of the CFHS Group from April 2009 to June 2010.
Joint Review Panel | Foundation for a Sustainable Northern Future
The Joint Review Panel for the Mackenzie Gas Project was mandated in 2004 to conduct an environmental assessment of the proposed Mackenzie Gas Project and the associated Northwest Alberta Facilities. In undertaking its review, the Panel asked a core question: “Can we be reasonably confident that the Project as Filed, if built and operated with full implementation of the Panel’s recommendations, would deliver valuable and lasting overall benefits, and avoid significant adverse environmental impacts?” [Executive Summary, p. 6] The Panel’s findings were presented in its report, Foundation for a Sustainable Northern Future.
In September 2009, Tahirah was contracted by the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency to edit and proofread the Panel’s report. Published in December 2009, the 679-page publication is available electronically in three parts: