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data relating to births and deaths and health and diseases and marriages

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Source: National Vital Statistics System, mortality data.
The government of Newfoundland and Labrador announced in late September that it will introduce legislation this fall to allow its vital statistics branch to issue gender neutral birth certificates--which is precisely what Hickey wanted.
Certifying death can only be done by a physician and starting April 1, 2017, nurse practitioners (NB Vital Statistics Act, amended April 2017).
The vital statistics play a key role in securing necessary population data for the development and statistics of health planning and evaluation, in addition to the protection of rights and access to services, and improving governance through the identification data.
Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS) is a larger context, which is not only about birth, marriage or death certificates but also on persons legal identity, civil status and right to be recognized as citizen of a state, Pamaran maintained.
1106 signed last August 20, Aquino urged all concerned government agencies to strengthen civil registration and vital statistics improvement activities in the country.
Data from church records and government vital statistics provide not just an overall picture of population pressure fueling this territorial expansion, but also for detailed documentation of the successive generational movements of several individual families, including their kinship and marital ties, as they migrated from one colonization front to the next.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior Iranian Interior Ministry official announced here on Monday that Tehran will host the first meeting of the heads of vital statistics and personal status registration offices of the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) member states later this month.
Vital statistics of the United States; births, life expectancy, deaths, and selected health data, 4th ed.
Renowned for her straightforward postings on sex-related issues, Kym also noticed that many of the beauty contestants did "reveal" the truth about their vital statistics, especially their breast measurements.
For more vital statistics turn to Signposts page 38 and Trainerspot page 41 pounds 32 Bryan Smart has won two of the last six runnings of the Scottish Sprint Cup at Musselburgh, with a level-stake profit of pounds 32 from five runners.
Also at risk are NCHS' vital statistics activities.
Libby Schweber, Disciplining Statistics: Demography and Vital Statistics in France and England, 1830-1885 (Durham: Duke University Press 2006)
Vital Statistics can take full advantage of the drop in class in the Jupiter Unit Trust Managers Conditions Stakes at Newbury.
Toronto -- Judicial activism manifested itself again on June 6, 2006, when Ontario Superior Court of Justice Paul Rivard ruled birth registry provisions of the Vital Statistics Act "discriminate" against lesbian "co-mothers" on the basis of sex, and infringe their "right to equality" under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.