Budget/Off-Cycle Proposal – Annex 2: GBA+ Departmental Summary

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For detailed instructions on each section, please refer to the User Instructions document.

1. GENERAL INFORMATION

Proposal Title

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Sponsoring Department

Lead Department

Other Departments:

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Type of measure (Check all that apply)

Timing of conduct of GBA+ (Check all that apply)

Comment:

2. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSAL (650 characters maximum)

Problem Statement:

Please describe the particular problem that this proposal is intending to address.

Approach:

Please describe the approach this proposal is taking to address the problem.

3. TARGET GROUP (POLICY INTENT)

What is the primary target client group for this proposal?  In particular, this proposal is primarily designed to provide ultimate benefits to:

Please explain (1-2 sentences):

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Note: exceptionally, if none of the options above can adequately reflect the intended client group of the proposal, please use the explanatory box to specify the target group and provide further details.

*Select for initiatives aimed at helping women specifically and/or advancing gender equality more broadly.

4. EXPECTED OUTCOMES

The proposal should be assessed in relation to the direct, indirect and unintended/hidden impacts on different demographic groups. This assessment should relate to the quality of life domains identified in the budget proposal where applicable. For further information and examples, please consult the User Instructions.

  1. Direct Benefits: which gender and demographic groups are expected to directly benefit from the proposal?

The benefiting groups has the following demographic characteristics that are predominant relative to the population at large. Please select at least one option in the Gender Identity box and select all other characteristics that apply.

Gender identity and sexual orientation

  • Predominantly Women (≥80%)
  • Women (60%-79%)
  • Gender balanced
  • Men (60%-79%)
  • Predominantly Men (≥80%)
  • LGBTQ2+ <specify>

Ethnicity

  • Indigenous Peoples
    • First Nations
    • Inuit
    • Métis
  • Members of visible minority communities: <specify>
  • Caucasian

Socio-economic, cultural and familial characteristics

  • Lower-educated individuals
  • Highly-educated individuals
  • Lower income
  • Middle income
  • Higher income
  • English or French-language learners
  • Newcomers
  • Individuals in particular occupations or sectors: <specify>
  • Single person households
  • Two person households
  • Parents
    • Lone parent households
    • Two parent households
  • Other household type: <specify>

Health characteristics

  • Persons with disabilities
  • Persons with physical or mental health issues (or their caregivers)

Geographic characteristics

  • Urban populations
  • Rural or remote populations
  • Individuals in particular regions: <specify>
  • Individuals in other countries

Age and life stage

  • Individuals under the age of 18
  • Individuals between 18-29
  • Individuals between 30-60
  • Individuals over the age of 60
  • Students
  • Workers

Please select, as applicable.

  • These traits describe multiple groups, rather than one distinct group with intersecting characteristics. Please explain below.
  • The benefitting group has no notable characteristics beyond those of the Canadian population overall.

Please provide details on these impacts and on the gender and diversity context related to this initiative, with specific breakdowns and data where feasible. Include an explanation on whether this proposal benefits multiple groups or one specific group. Sources and data gaps are to be noted in section 4f.

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Long-term benefits: if the long term benefits of the proposal differ from the benefits specified above, please describe the long-term benefits and the impacted group(s) in the box below.

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  1. Indirect Benefits: which gender and demographic groups are expected to indirectly benefit from the proposal?
  • There is insufficient information to adequately assess the indirect benefits.
  • The benefiting group has the following demographic characteristics that are predominant relative to the population at large. Please select at least one option in the Gender Identity box and select all other characteristics that apply.

Gender identity and sexual orientation

  • Predominantly Women (≥80%)
  • Women (60%-79%)
  • Gender balanced
  • Men (60%-79%)
  • Predominantly Men (≥80%)
  • LGBTQ2+ <specify>

Ethnicity

  • Indigenous Peoples
    • First Nations
    • Inuit
    • Métis
  • Members of visible minority communities: <specify>
  • Caucasian

Socio-economic, cultural and familial characteristics

  • Lower-educated individuals
  • Highly-educated individuals
  • Lower income
  • Middle income
  • Higher income
  • English or French-language learners
  • Newcomers
  • Individuals in particular occupations or sectors: <specify>
  • Single person households
  • Two person households
  • Parents
    • Lone parent households
    • Two parent households
  • Other household type: <specify>

Health characteristics

  • Persons with disabilities
  • Persons with physical or mental health issues (or their caregivers)

Geographic characteristics

  • Urban populations
  • Rural or remote populations
  • Individuals in particular regions: <specify>
  • Individuals in other countries

Age and life stage

  • Individuals under the age of 18
  • Individuals between 18-29
  • Individuals between 30-60
  • Individuals over the age of 60
  • Students
  • Workers

Please select, as applicable:

  • These traits describe multiple groups, rather than one distinct group with interesting characteristics. Please explain below.
  • The benefitting group has no notable characteristics beyond those of the Canadian population overall.
  • Please provide details on these impacts and on the gender and diversity context related to this initiative, with specific breakdowns and data where feasible. Include an explanation on whether this proposal benefits multiple groups or one specific group. Sources and data gaps are to be noted in section 4f.

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    Long-term benefits: if the long term benefits of the proposal differ from the short term benefits specified above, please describe the long-term benefits and the impacted group(s) in the box below.

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  1. Negative Impacts: which gender and demographic groups are expected to be negatively affected by the proposal?
  • The proposal carries negative impacts.

The group negatively affected has the following demographic characteristics that are predominant relative to the Canadian population at large. (Select all that apply)

Gender identity and sexual orientation

  • Predominantly Women (≥80%)
  • Women (60%-79%)
  • Gender balanced
  • Men (60%-79%)
  • Predominantly Men (≥80%)
  • LGBTQ2+ <specify>

Ethnicity

  • Indigenous Peoples
    • First Nations
    • Inuit
    • Métis
  • Members of visible minority communities: <specify>
  • Caucasian

Socio-economic, cultural and familial characteristics

  • Lower-educated individuals
  • Highly-educated individuals
  • Lower income
  • Middle income
  • Higher income
  • English or French-language learners
  • Newcomers
  • Individuals in particular occupations or sectors: <specify>
  • Single person households
  • Two person households
  • Parents
    • Lone parent households
    • Two parent households
  • Other household type: <specify>

Health characteristics

  • Persons with disabilities
  • Persons with physical or mental health issues (or their caregivers)

Geographic characteristics

  • Urban populations
  • Rural or remote populations
  • Individuals in particular regions: <specify>
  • Individuals in other countries

Age and life stage

  • Individuals under the age of 18
  • Individuals between 18-29
  • Individuals between 30-60
  • Individuals over the age of 60
  • Students
  • Workers

Please provide details on these impacts and on the gender and diversity context related to this initiative, with specific breakdowns and data where feasible. Include an explanation on whether this proposal affects multiple groups or one specific group. Sources and data gaps are to be noted in section 4f:

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Long-term impacts: if the long term impacts of the proposal differ from the effects specified above, please describe the long-term impacts and the affected group(s) in the box below.

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Note: For proposals identifying negative impacts, question 5: GBA+ Responsive Approach must be filled out.

  1. Income Distributional Impacts: what are the overall expected impacts of this proposal from an income distributional perspective?
  • Strongly benefits high income individuals (strongly regressive)
  • Somewhat benefits high income individuals (somewhat regressive)
  • No significant distributional impacts
  • Somewhat benefits low income individuals (somewhat progressive)
  • Strongly benefits low income individuals (strongly progressive)
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  1. Generational Impacts: identify the generation that is expected to benefit most from the proposal.
  • Primarily benefits youth, children, or future generations
  • No significant intergenerational impacts
  • Primarily benefits the baby boom generation or seniors
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  1. Data Sources: what data sources were used to inform the expected outcomes for questions 4a-4e? (Select all that apply)
    Were there any notable data gaps? (Select all that apply)
  • Internal administrative data <specify>
  • Statistics Canada <specify>
  • International Organizations (e.g. OECD, UN, etc.) <specify>
  • Other external data sources <specify>
  • Data Gaps <specify>

5. GBA+ RESPONSIVE APPROACH

Identify specific program design or implementation elements that seek to reduce barriers to participation or to mitigate potential negative impacts of the proposal itself.

  1. For those answering yes to question 4c - Negative Impacts:

Please describe the measures and to what extent they are expected to reduce barriers to participation or mitigate potential negative impacts:

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  1. For all proposals:

Please specify:

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6. GENDER RESULTS FRAMEWORK

Gender Results Framework

If so, which pillars and goals would be advanced? Please use the drop down menus as needed.

Please elaborate, where applicable.

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For reference: https://cfc-swc.gc.ca/grf-crrg/index-en.html

7. PUBLIC AND STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT

  1. This proposal was informed by public and/or stakeholder consultations.

Gender and diversity considerations were intergrated from consultations related to this proposal

Please explain or provide details (please include timing of consultations):

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  1. Public or stakeholder concerns were expressed about possible consequences relevant to the proposal on different groups of people.

If yes, please provide a summary of the concerns expressed and explain how it has informed the development of the proposal:

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8. MONITORING AND EVALUATION

  1. Will this proposal be delivered through a third party or government department?

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  1. When implemented, how will the overall quality of life impacts of the proposal on different groups be monitored and evaluated?

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  1. Please describe the proposed approach for the collection of disaggregated administrative data and performance data and the reporting practices associated with this proposal. If no plans are in place, please explain why.

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9. PARTIAL FUNDING

If so, please explain:

10. SUMMARY GBA+ STATEMENT FOR PUBLICATION (500 words maximum)

Please summarize the most salient points from the above analysis into a summary statement in language suitable for publication in the budget or other documents.  The statement should include the following elements:

Please describe impacts in a neutral, factual tone and avoid promotional language.

11. CONTACT INFORMATION FOR GBA+

Name, Title, Phone number, Email address

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Date

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12. For Department of Finance Use Only

ID number: Enter text

Version number: Enter text

Signature: Enter text

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