Disclosure of Exceptions Approved by a Minister Under Sections 6.3.7 and 6.3.8 of the Policy on Transfer Payments
There is a requirement to disclose exceptions approved by a minister under sections 6.3.7 and 6.3.8 of the Policy on Transfer Payments in a transparent manner and subject to public scrutiny. The deputy head is to ensure public disclosure.
The Minister has approved the following exceptions to terms and conditions to provide transfer payments to individual recipients in excess of the maximum amounts authorized by approved terms and conditions.
|Recipient Name||Date of Approval||Amount of Award||Amount of Increase||%||Details|
|Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement||October 15, 2020||$17,000,000/year||$2,050,000||12%||The Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement (CFHI) works with partners to accelerate the identification, spread and scale of proven innovations that sustain improvements in patient experience, health, work life of healthcare providers and value-for-money. The maximum amount authorized by the terms and conditions of the program is $17M per year.
The Minister, under section 6.3.7 of the Treasury Board Policy on Transfer Payments, has authorized an increase to the contribution agreement with CFHI of $2,050,000 in 2020-21 to support its work in helping long-term care and retirement homes strengthen their preparedness and response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Minister has approved the following exceptions to terms and conditions to make non repayable contributions to individual recipients where the approved terms and conditions permit only repayable contributions.
|Recipient Name||Date of Approval||Amount||Rationale|
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