Casc Agreement

Casc Agreement

Mutual agreement entitles owners of science centres and museum affiliations (families and individuals) to general admission (at no additional cost) when visiting other participating institutions across Canada. Some additional benefits may apply (please read the “Restrictions” section above). If you have any further questions, please contact LEC at info@casc-accs.com. To benefit from the mutual admission agreement in a participating scientific center or museum, the consumer must reside more than 150 km (as the crow flies) from the center he wishes to visit. Reception staff reserves the right to request an identity card and proof of residence for the application of the agreement. Not all CCAC members participate in the reciprocity agreement. The above-mentioned institutions are the only scientific centres and museums currently participating in the agreement. The agreement includes component maintenance and support for more than 40 A320s operated by Qingdao Airlines. On the eve of the conclusion of the hosting agreement, an external audit team conducts an assessment of the scientific content, approach and results of each CCAC and its relative success in achieving significant groups of stakeholders. These audits usually take place during the fourth year of the five-year award, prior to the issuance of a funding notice for a new participation in the hospitality award. These reviews assess the operational and programmatic aspects of each CCAC, including the relationship between host institutions, to ensure that the objectives and commitments set are met, as well as to identify obstacles and areas for improvement in future agreements.

Any member of the CCAC Science Centre/Museum may apply to be part of the mutual agreement. If you would like your organization to appear in the mutual agreement, please contact Tina Leduc, Director of Office at leduc@casc-accs.com. To benefit from the mutual reception agreement in a casc establishment, the consumer must reside more than 150 km (as the crow flies) from the center he wishes to visit. This is the last component maintenance partnership signed by CASC in recent months. This means that clubs can pay members for self-employment or as staff for the club, provided the arrangements are the same as if the people doing the work were not related to the club, including catering services, cash work, coaching and groundwork. For example, a cricket club pays a member for their services as a goalkeeper. Rates of pay are no higher than the local commercial rate….

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