Departmental Results Framework and Program Inventory 2019-20

Core responsibilities

  • Creativity, arts and culture
  • Heritage and celebration
  • Sport
  • Diversity and inclusion
  • Official languages

Results

Creativity, arts and culture Heritage and celebration Sport Diversity and inclusion Official languages
  • Creative industries are successful in the digital economy, foster creativity and contribute to economic growth.
  • Canadians are able to consume Canadian content on multiple platforms.
  • Creative industries are successful in global markets.
  • Canadians have access to cultural facilities in their communities.
  • Canadians have access to festivals and performing arts series that reflect Canada’s diversity.
  • Canadians feel a strong sense of belonging to Canada.
  • Canadians are engaged in celebrations and commemorations of national significance
  • Canadians across the country are engaged in their communities through local arts and heritage.
  • The public is provided with access to cultural heritage.
  • Heritage objects and collections are preserved by heritage organizations for current and future generations.
  • Canadian athletes succeed at the highest levels of competition.
  • Canadian children and youth are enrolled in a sport activity.
  • Canadians, regardless of gender, physical ability and cultural background, who participate in sport activities are satisfied with the manner in which the activity is provided.
  • Canadians value diversity.
  • Reversal of the current downward trend in the use and fluency of Indigenous languages.
  • Youth enhance their appreciation of the diversity and shared aspects of the Canadian experience.
  • Individuals or groups have access to funding to initiate or participate in test cases pertaining to rights and freedoms covered by the Court Challenges Program.
  • Canadians’ value human rights.
  • Canadians recognize and support Canada’s official languages.
  • Federal institutions develop and implement policies and programs in accordance with Section 41 of the Official Languages Act.

Program inventory

Creativity, arts and culture Heritage and celebration Sport Diversity and inclusion Official languages
  • Arts
  • Cultural marketplace Framework
  • Cultural industries support and development
  • National celebrations, commemorations and symbols
  • Community engagement and heritage
  • Preservation of and access to heritage
  • Learning about Canadian history
  • Sport development and high performance
  • Multiculturalism
  • Human rights
  • Indigenous languages and cultures
  • Youth engagement
  • Official languages

Internal services

  • Management and oversight
  • Communications
  • Legal
  • Human resources management
  • Financial management
  • Information management
  • Information technology management
  • Real property management
  • Acquisition management
  • Material management
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