2018-2019 Departmental Results Report: Horizontal Initiatives

General information

Name of horizontal initiative

Impact Assessment and Regulatory Processes

Lead department

Impact Assessment Agency of Canada

Federal partner departments

Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada

Indigenous Services Canada

Environment and Climate Change Canada

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Health Canada

National Energy Board

Natural Resources Canada

Transport Canada

Non-federal and non-governmental partners

Not applicable

Start date of the horizontal initiative

August 28, 2019

End date of the horizontal initiative

2022 -23

Description of the horizontal initiative

The objective of the horizontal initiative is for impact assessments and regulatory processes in Canada to reflect a commitment to social, economic and environmental sustainability and respect our partnership with Indigenous peoples.

The horizontal initiative covers all activities linked to the legislation contained in Bill C-69 (“An Act to enact the Impact Assessment Act and the Canadian Energy Regulator Act, to amend the Navigation Protection Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts”) and Bill C-68 (“An Act to amend the Fisheries Act and other Acts in consequence”).

The horizontal initiative delivers more than 50 activities across the following six themes:

  1. Impact Assessment: includes an early planning phase to increase early engagement in project design, and consideration of a broader range of effects, including both positive and negative impacts on the environment and social, economic and health conditions.
  1. Partnering with Indigenous Peoples: providing meaningful opportunities for partnership with Indigenous peoples in support of the Government’s commitment to reconciliation and to move beyond meeting the legal duty to consult.
  1. Cumulative Effects, Open Science, and Evidence: developing a better understanding of the cumulative effects of resource development through regional and strategic initiatives, and sharing science products and evidence (data and Indigenous knowledge, as appropriate) with Canadians through an Open Science and Data Platform. Specifically related to Indigenous peoples, activities of this theme include:
    • Implementing a Centre of Expertise on Environmental Assessment and Cumulative Effects that will support the “weaving together” of Indigenous knowledge and Western scientific knowledge;
    • Developing approaches to make Indigenous knowledge available on the Open Science and Data Platform;
    • Co-developing community-based monitoring programs, largely targeted toward Indigenous communities, that will likely incorporate Indigenous knowledge to inform monitoring; and
    • Working with Indigenous communities on sharing information related to biodiversity data.
  2. Protection of Fish and Fish Habitat in Canada: restoring lost protections and incorporating modern safeguards to protect fish and fish habitat Canada.
  1. Protection of the Public Right to Navigation: protecting the public right to navigation on all navigable waters, while enabling reconciliation and new partnerships with Indigenous peoples and introducing modern safeguards to create greater transparency.
  1. Regulation of Energy: helping restore investor confidence, building public trust and advancing Indigenous reconciliation, while ensuring good projects go ahead and Canada’s energy resources get to markets responsibly.

Governance structures

This horizontal initiative is led by the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada (IAAC) and supported by the aforementioned partner organizations.

A Horizontal Initiative Oversight Committee (the Committee) is responsible for ensuring:

  • the initiative is appropriately supported by timely, quality performance information;
  • robust tracking and reporting for all funds of the initiative is performed in a coordinated manner that supports public and parliamentary reporting requirements;
  • reporting is timely and accurate;
  • issues are raised in a timely manner; and
  • conflicts are resolved.

The Committee will provide the oversight and direction of the Horizontal Initiative Framework, which will support delivery of the new system.

The Deputy Head Oversight Committee (the Oversight Committee) is comprised of all partner organizations, with IAAC as the lead. Meetings will occur at least semi-annually, with more frequent meetings as required.

Total federal funding allocated (from start to end date)(dollars)

$1,016,524,439

Total federal planned spending to date (dollars)

$96,114,699

Total federal actual spending to date (dollars)

$61,530,449

Date of last renewal of the horizontal initiative

Not applicable

Total federal funding allocated at the last renewal, and source of funding (dollars)

Not applicable

Additional federal funding received after the last renewal(dollars)

Not applicable

Funding contributed by non-federal and non-governmental partners (dollars)

Not applicable

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation

2022 -23

Shared outcome of federal partner departments

Impact assessment and regulatory processes in Canada reflect a commitment to social, economic and environmental sustainability and respect our partnership with Indigenous peoples

Performance indicator(s)

  1. Percentage of impact assessments completed within the timeline established at the end of the planning phase
  2. Percentage of proponent impact statement reports submitted in accordance with the impact statement guidance
  3. Number of partnership agreements each year (formal agreements, other agreements) across implicated departments/agencies
  4. Percentage of Impact Assessment Reports provided to decision-makers that are evidence-based (economic, environmental, social, health, science, Indigenous knowledge, gender-based analysis plus [GBA+], cumulative effects, as appropriate)
  5. Percentage of users who indicate they accessed the open science and data platform to: facilitate participation in impact assessment and/or regulatory processes; understand and/or better manage cumulative effects; consider Indigenous Knowledge open information; other
  6. In the medium and long term, track the degree to which the assessment of impacts are accurate and mitigation measures are effective
  7. Percentage of participants in selected impact assessment and regulatory process engagement/consultation activities (including but not limited to: open houses, comment periods, review panel hearings, etc.) that indicate that they had the opportunity to provide input

Target(s)

The following targets were identified in the development of the horizontal initiative results framework in 2018-19. These will be updated in 2019-20, as necessary, to reflect a coming into force date of August 28, 2019.

  1. 90 %
  2. 70 %
  3. To be determined once baseline established in 2019-20
  4. 100 %
  5. To be determined once Open Science and Data Platform is launched
  6. 80 %; 100% compliance with conditions attached to facility authorizations; 100% of development projects occurring in or near water effectively mitigate (or offset) impacts to fish or fish habitat by March 31, 2020
  7. To be determined once baseline established in 2020-21

Data source and frequency of monitoring and reporting

  1. IAAC: Assessment Management System (AMS) IAAC Internal database – Annually (first reporting period: 2020-21)
  2. IAAC: Internal database (AMS) – Annually (first reporting period: 2020-21)
  3. IAAC: Internal database (AMS), DFO: Internal database, CIRNAC/ISC: Integrated Environmental Management System – Annually (first reporting period: 2020-21)
  4. IAAC: Internal database (AMS), Review by the Chief Science Advisor after year 3 – Annually (first reporting period: 2020-21)
  5. Open Science and Data Platform Web Analytics – Annually (first reporting period: 2020-21)
  6. IAAC: Internal database (AMS), NEB: ORCA database, DFO: Program Activity Tracking for Habitat (PATH) – Annually
  7. IAAC: Internal database (AMS), NEB: Internal database – Annually

Results

The Impact Assessment and Regulatory Processes Horizontal Initiative came into effect on August 28, 2019. Results will be reported starting in 2019-20.

Expected outcome of non-federal and non-governmental partners

Not applicable

Name of theme

Impact Assessment

Theme outcome

  1. Timely and predictable impact assessment processes
  2. Impact assessment decisions are based on science and evidence and consider environmental, economic and social impacts

Theme performance indicator(s)

  1. Percentage of impact assessments that adhere to legislated time limits (e.g. Integrated assessments – 300 days, naming of panel – 45 days, Early Planning – 180 days, etc.)
  2. Percentage of impact assessment decisions that are based on science and evidence and consider environmental, economic and social impacts

Theme target(s)

The following targets were identified in the development of the horizontal initiative results framework in 2018-19. These will be updated in 2019-20, as necessary, to reflect a coming into force date of August 28, 2019.

  1. 100 %
  2. 100 %

Theme data source and frequency of monitoring and reporting

  1. Internal database (AMS) – Annually
  2. Internal database (AMS) – Annually

Theme results

The Impact Assessment and Regulatory Processes Horizontal Initiative came into effect on August 28, 2019. Results will be reported starting in 2019-20.

Name of theme

Partnering with Indigenous Peoples

Theme outcome

Opportunities for meaningful participation of Indigenous peoples in impact assessment and regulatory processes

Theme performance indicator(s)

  1. Percentage of impact assessments and regulatory processes that engage Indigenous groups as per engagement plan
  2. Percentage of project impact assessment decisions that articulate how the Indigenous perspectives were addressed

Theme target(s)

The following targets were identified in the development of the horizontal initiative results framework in 2018-19. These will be updated in 2019-20, as necessary, to reflect a coming into force date of August 28, 2019.

  1. 100 %
  2. 100 %

Theme data source and frequency of monitoring and reporting

  1. Crown consultation report – Annually
  2. IAA/panel determination documentation, Minister's reasons for decision – Annually

Theme results

The Impact Assessment and Regulatory Processes Horizontal Initiative came into effect on August 28, 2019. Results will be reported starting in 2019-20.

Name of theme

Cumulative Effects, Open Science, and Evidence

Theme outcome

  1. The understanding of the cumulative effects of development is improved
  2. The understanding of cumulative effects informs environmental management, including impact assessments

Theme performance indicator(s)

  1. Number of times products are accessed from the Open Science and Data Platform (products could include datasets, science products and Indigenous knowledge open information)
  2. Percentage of impact assessments informed by regional assessments or marine spatial plans – in regions where such assessments or plans have been conducted

Theme target(s)

The following targets were identified in the development of the horizontal initiative results framework in 2018-19. These will be updated in 2019-20, as necessary, to reflect a coming into force date of August 28, 2019.

  1. To be determined once baseline established in 2020-21
  2. 100 %

Theme data source and frequency of monitoring and reporting

  1. Open Science and Data Platform – Annually (first reporting period: 2020-21)
  2. Bibliometric analysis of project impact assessments – Annually (first reporting period: 2020-21)

Theme results

The Impact Assessment and Regulatory Processes Horizontal Initiative came into effect on August 28, 2019. Results will be reported starting in 2019-20.

Name of theme

Protection of Fish and Fish Habitat in Canada

Theme outcome

Responsive and integrated regulatory, planning, partnership and monitoring activities support the sustainability of fish and fish habitat in Canada

Theme performance indicator(s)

Number of spatial or area-based reports on the state of fish and fish habitat in Canada

Theme target(s)

The following target was identified in the development of the horizontal initiative results framework in 2018-19. It will be updated in 2019-20, as necessary, to reflect a coming into force date of August 28, 2019.

  • Three (3) Reports

Theme data source and frequency of monitoring and reporting

Records of ecosystems management, based on cooperation among authoritative data holders – every 2 years

Theme results

The Impact Assessment and Regulatory Processes Horizontal Initiative came into effect on August 28, 2019. Results will be reported starting in 2019-20.

Name of theme

Protection of the Public Right to Navigation

Theme outcome

A system that protects the public right to navigation on all navigable waters, enables reconciliation and new partnerships with Indigenous peoples, and includes modern safeguards to create greater transparency

Theme performance indicator(s)

  1. Percentage of non-compliances found through oversight activities that are resolved through corrective action or enforcement
  2. Percentage of decisions made under the Canadian Navigable Waters Act that have considered Indigenous input on projects
  3. Percentage of applications where Transport Canada makes publicly available its reasons for not adding waterways to the Schedule

Theme target(s)

The following targets were identified in the development of the horizontal initiative results framework in 2018-19. These will be updated in 2019-20, as necessary, to reflect a coming into force date of August 28, 2019.

  1. 100 %
  2. 100 % of projects that could have an adverse effect on the rights of Indigenous peoples
  3. 100 %

Theme data source and frequency of monitoring and reporting

  1. Internal database – Annually
  2. Internal database – Annually
  3. Internal database – Annually

Theme results

The Impact Assessment and Regulatory Processes Horizontal Initiative came into effect on August 28, 2019. Results will be reported starting in 2019-20.

Name of theme

Regulation of Energy

Theme outcome

  1. Regulatory framework is robust, current and regulatory requirements and expectations are clear and publicly available
  2. Engagement activities with stakeholders are meaningful
  3. Harm to people or the environment, throughout the lifecycle of energy-related activities, is prevented

Theme performance indicator(s)

  1. Percentage of surveyed stakeholders that agree that regulatory requirements and expectations are clear
  2. Percentage of surveyed stakeholders who engaged with the National Energy Board who indicate that the engagement was meaningful
  3. Number of incidents related to National Energy Board-regulated infrastructure that harm people or the environment; Percentage change of near misses on National Energy Board- regulated infrastructure

Theme target(s)

The following targets were identified in the development of the horizontal initiative results framework in 2018-19. These will be updated in 2019-20, as necessary, to reflect a coming into force date of August 28, 2019.

  1. 75 %
  2. 75 %
  3. 0 ; 5% decrease

Theme data source and frequency of monitoring and reporting

  1. Survey – Annually
  2. Survey – Annually
  3. Internal database – Annually

Theme results

The Impact Assessment and Regulatory Processes Horizontal Initiative came into effect on August 28, 2019. Results will be reported starting in 2019-20.

Performance highlights

Bill C-69 was referred to the Senate in June 2018 and to the Standing Senate Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources for study in December 2018.

Contact information

Sharonne Katz

Director, Planning, Results and Executive Services

160 Elgin Street, 22nd Floor

Ottawa ON K1A 0H3

(613) 852-6825

sharonne.katz@canada.ca

Federal department Link to the department’s Program Inventory Horizontal initiative activities Total federal allocation (from start to end date) (dollars) 2018 –19 Planned spending (dollars) 2018 –19 Actual spending (dollars) 2018 –19 Expected results 2018 –19 Performance indicators 2018 –19 Targets Footnote 1 Date to achieve target Footnote 1 2018 –19 Actual results Footnote 2

Impact Assessment Agency of Canada (IAAC)

Environmental Assessment Delivery

Compliance and Enforcement

$3,508,417

$280,151

$162,247

Footnote ER 1.1

Footnote PI 1.1

Footnote T 1.1

March 2020

Footnote AR 1.1

Early Planning

$14,984,539

$868,626

$504,813

Footnote ER 2.1

Footnote PI 2.1

Footnote T 2.1

March 2020

Footnote AR 2.1

Indigenous Capacity

$17,340,658

$147,469

$82,597

Footnote ER 3.1

Footnote PI 3.1

Footnote T 3.1

March 2020

Footnote AR 3.1

Indigenous Consultation

$44,210,609

$1,552,408

$895,611

Regional and strategic assessment delivery

$32,850,267

$2,519,046

$1,716,902

Footnote ER 4.1

Footnote PI 4.1

Footnote T 4.1

March 2023

Footnote AR 4.1

Registry, Public Participation and Transparency

$36,712,354

$3,907,148

$2,563,552

Footnote ER 5.1

Footnote PI 5.1

Footnote T 5.1

March 2020

Footnote AR 5.1

Environmental Assessment Delivery

Environmental Assessment Policy Development

Impact Assessment, Monitoring and Follow-up (includes science and evidence work stream)

$53,139,141

$4,457,604

$2,626,100

Footnote ER 6.1

Footnote PI 6.1

Footnote T 6.1

March 2020

Footnote AR 6.1

Environmental Assessment Policy Development

Indigenous Policy Engagement

$20,044,328

$3,042,295

$1,233,432

Footnote ER 3.1

Footnote PI 3.1

Footnote T 3.1

March 2020

Footnote AR 3.1

Footnote ER 7.1

Footnote PI 7.1

Footnote T 7.1

March 2020

Footnote AR 7.1

Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNA)

Consultation and Accommodation

Advice and expertise on Indigenous consultation and accommodation

$678,663

- Footnote 3

-

Footnote ER 3.1

Footnote PI 3.1

Footnote T 3.1

March 2020

Footnote AR 3.1

Land, Natural Resources and Environmental Management

Expertise and advice on on-reserve land management and environment issues and processes

$806,154

- Footnote 3

-

Indigenous Centre of Expertise for Cumulative Effects Management

$15,331,658

$586,915

$461,832

Footnote ER 8.1

Footnote PI 8.1.1

Footnote T 8.1.1

See Footnote T 8.1.1

Footnote AR 8.1.1

Footnote PI 8.1.2

Footnote T 8.1.2

See Footnote T 8.1.2

Footnote AR 8.1.2

Northern and Arctic Environmental Sustainability

Northern Participant Funding Program

$10,014,066

$1,586,769

$644,774

Footnote ER 9.1

Footnote PI 9.1.1

Footnote T 9.1.1

Ongoing

Footnote AR 9.1.1

Footnote PI 9.1.2

Footnote T 9.1.2

Ongoing

Footnote AR 9.1.2

Footnote PI 9.1.3

Footnote T 9.1.3

Ongoing

Footnote AR 9.1.3

Indigenous and Northern-focused scientific and technical advice and expertise to support assessments

$1,364,742

- Footnote 4

-

Footnote ER 3.1

Footnote PI 3.1

Footnote T 3.1

March 2023

Footnote AR 3.1

Indigenous Services Canada (ISC)

Environmental Public Health

Subject matter expertise to review/comment on impact of environmental contaminates/changes on things such as country foods and First Nations diets

$795,540

$149,108

$35,752 Footnote 5

Footnote ER 10.1

Footnote PI 10.1.1

Footnote T 10.1.1

See Footnote T 10.1.1

Footnote AR 10.1.1

Footnote ER 11.1

Footnote PI 11.1

Footnote T 11.1

March 2020

Footnote AR 11.1

Funding source to support First Nations communities in the development of and the undertaking of their own baseline studies and to support capacity building in advance of an assessment

$1,250,000

$250,000

$250,000

Footnote ER 10.1

Footnote PI 10.12

Footnote T 10.1.2

March 2023

Footnote AR 10.1.2

Land, Natural Resources and Environmental Management

Regional expertise and support to Crown Consultation lead and Indigenous groups

$1,644,804

$0

$0 Footnote 6

Footnote ER 3.1

Footnote PI 3.1

Footnote T 3.1

March 2020

Footnote AR 3.1

Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC)

Environmental Assessment

Cumulative Effects Coordination

$3,788,700

$638,887

$529,565

Footnote ER 12.1

Footnote PI 12.1

Footnote T 12.1

See Footnote T 12.1

Footnote AR 12.1

Environmental Assessment (indicator owner)

Species at Risk

Water Quality and Ecosystems Partnerships

Hydrological Services

Scientific Expertise and Advice

$15,622,538

$690,302

$531,701

Footnote ER 13.1

Footnote PI 13.1.1

Footnote T 13.1.1

Biennial in March once baseline is established.

Footnote AR 13.1.1

Footnote ER 13.2

Footnote PI 13.2.1

Footnote T 13.2.1

March 2020

Footnote AR 13.2.1

Environmental Assessment program

Migratory Birds and Other Wildlife program

Regional assessments

$26,625,563

$1,209,787

$440,427

Footnote ER 14.1

Footnote PI 14.1

Footnote T 14.1

March 2023

Footnote AR 14.1

Environmental Assessment

Migratory Birds and Other Wildlife

Strategic assessments

$27,880,149

$3,974,973

$2,059,180

Footnote ER 15.1

Footnote PI 15.1

Footnote AR 15.1

Annually starting March 2020

Footnote AR 15.1

Migratory Birds and Other Wildlife program

Substances and Waste Management program

Open science and data

$19,062,403

$2,384,040

$292,155

Footnote ER 16.1

Footnote PI 16.1

Footnote T 16.1

March of each year

Footnote AR 16.1

Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO)

Aquatic Ecosystem Science

Science-based Analysis

$30,889,079

$1,817,525

$1,102,245

Footnote ER 17.1

Footnote PI 17.1

Footnote T 17.1

March, 2020

Footnote AR 17.1

Conservation and Protection

Compliance & Enforcement

$33,747,756

$3,542,509

$2,651,536

Footnote ER 18.1

Footnote PI 18.1

Footnote T 18.1

March, 2023

Footnote AR 18.1

Fisheries Protection

Fish and Fish Habitat Protection

$121,504,131

$11,129,065

$9,319,620

Footnote ER 19.1

Footnote PI 19.1

Footnote T 19.1

March, 2020

Footnote AR 19.1

Partnering with Indigenous People – Consultation, Engagement and Partnering (including Capacity Building)

$77,428,612

$5,425,214

$2,263,580

Footnote ER 20.1

Footnote PI 20.1.1

Footnote T 20.1.1

March, 2020

Footnote AR 20.1.1

Footnote PI 20.1.2

Footnote T 20.1.2

March, 2020

Footnote AR 20.1.2

Footnote ER 20.2

Footnote PI 20.2.1

Footnote T 20.2.1

March, 2020

Footnote AR 20.2.1

Footnote ER 20.3

Footnote PI 20.3.1

Footnote T 20.3.1

March, 2020

Footnote AR 20.3.1

Footnote PI 20.3.2

Footnote T 20.3.2

March, 2023

Footnote AR 20.3.2

Oceans Management

Marine Spatial Planning in Four Marine Areas

$62,738,222

$5,079,392

$3,696,453

Footnote ER 21.1

Footnote PI 21.1

Footnote T 21.1

March, 2024

Footnote AR 21.1

Health Canada (HC)

Health Impacts of Chemicals

Expertise on human health impacts

$1, 807,664

$301,790

$267,489

Footnote ER 22.1

Footnote PI 22.1

Footnote T 22.1

March, 2019

Footnote AR 22.1

Health Impacts of Chemicals

Food and Nutrition

Expertise on potential health impacts

$29,168,322

$5,368,253

$4,508,465

Footnote ER 23.1

Footnote PI 23.1.1

Footnote T 23.1.1

March, 2020

Footnote AR 23.1.1

Footnote ER 23.2

Footnote PI 23.2.1

Footnote T 23.2.1

March, 2020

Footnote AR 23.2.1

National Energy Board (NEB)

Company Performance

Infrastructure, Tolls and Export Applications

Management System and Industry Performance

Delegated Decision Making

$5,022,436

$793,018

$0

Footnote ER 24.1

Footnote PI 24.1

Footnote T 24.1

2019

Footnote AR 24.1

Pipeline Information

Integrated Open Science and Data Platform

$6,850,000

$600,000

$270,020 Footnote 7

Footnote ER 25.1

Footnote PI 25.1.1

Footnote T 25.1.1

2019

Footnote AR 25.1.1

Footnote PI 25.1.2

Footnote T 25.1.2

2019

Footnote AR 25.1.2

Indigenous Engagement

Enhanced Indigenous Lifecycle Engagement

$15,301,006

$1,782,722

$324,590 Footnote 8

Footnote ER 26.1

Footnote PI 26.1

Footnote T 26.1

2019

Footnote AR 26.1

Infrastructure, Tolls and Export Applications

Stakeholder Engagement

Alternative Dispute Resolution

$3,357,057

$530,061

$177,361 Footnote 9

Footnote ER 27.1

Footnote PI 27.1

Footnote T 27.1

2019

Footnote AR 27.1

Participant Funding

Participant Funding Program

$5,534,189

$873,819

$786,734 Footnote 10

Footnote ER 28.1

Footnote PI 28.1.1

Footnote T 28.1.1

2019

Footnote AR 28.1.1

Footnote PI 28.2.1

Footnote T 28.2.1

2019

Footnote AR 28.2.1

Pipeline Information

Easily Accessible Information Online

$1,271,728

$200,799

$0

Footnote ER 29.1

Footnote PI 29.1

Footnote T 29.1

2019

Footnote AR 29.1

Regulatory Framework

Implementation

$6,234,051

$1,709,012

$1,224,900 Footnote 11

Footnote ER 30.1

Footnote PI 30.1

Footnote T 30.1

2020

Footnote AR 30.1

Regulatory Framework

Management System and Industry Performance

Offshore Renewable Energy - Internal Capacity

$1,458,643

$230,312

$0

Footnote ER 31.1

Footnote PI 31.1

Footnote T 31.1

2020

Footnote AR 31.1

Stakeholder Engagement

Infrastructure, Tolls and Export Applications

Enhanced Stakeholder Engagement

$5,519,997

$777,700

$0

Footnote ER 32.1

Footnote PI 32.1

Footnote T 32.1

2019

Footnote AR 32.1

Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)

Core Geospatial Data Program

Geoscience for Sustainable Development of Natural Resources

Open Science and Data Platform (OSDP)

$26,881,189

$2,518,709

$2,308,457

Footnote ER 33.1

Footnote PI 33.1

Footnote T 33.1

March, 2023

Footnote AR 33.1

Electricity Resources

Legislative and policy development – offshore renewables

$4,636,011

$1,365,808

$320,439

Footnote ER 34.1

Footnote PI 34.1.1

Footnote T 34.1.1

March, 2021

Footnote AR 34.1.1

Footnote ER 34.2

Footnote PI 34.2.1

Footnote T 34.2.1

March, 2023

Footnote AR 34.2.1

Energy Safety and Security, and Petroleum Resources

Legislative and policy development - National Energy Board Modernization

$3,290,141

$1,002,861

$1,360,456

Footnote ER 35.1

Footnote PI 35.1.1

Footnote T 35.1.1.1

March, 2020

Footnote AR 35.1.1.1

Footnote PI 35.1.2

Footnote T 35.1.2.1

March, 2020

Footnote AR 35.1.2.1

Footnote T 35.1.2.2

March, 2021

Footnote AR 35.1.2.2

Footnote PI 35.1.3

Footnote T 35.1.3.1

March, 2020

Footnote AR 35.1.3.1

Footnote T 35.1.3.2

March, 2020

Footnote AR 35.1.3.2

Footnote PI 35.1.4

Footnote T 35.1.4.1

June, 2019

Footnote AR 35.1.4.1

Footnote ER 35.2

Footnote PI 35.2.1

Footnote T 35.2.1

March, 2021

Footnote AR 35.2.1

Footnote PI 35.2.2

Footnote T 35.2.2

March, 2021

Footnote AR 35.2.2

Forest Sector Competitiveness

Science and technology expertise and advice - Forest ecosystems

$557,636

$0

$0

Footnote ER 36.1

Footnote PI 36.1

Footnote T 36.1

March, 2020

Footnote AR 36.1

Geological knowledge for Canada's onshore and offshore land

Marine Geoscience

$10,962,867

$1,642,165

$1,567,280

Footnote ER 37.1

Footnote PI 37.1

Footnote T 37.1

March, 2023

Footnote AR 37.1

Geoscience for sustainable development of natural resources

Science and technology expertise and advice - Geoscience (geology, geochemistry, hydrogeology)

$3,628,533

$584,193

$198,653

Footnote ER 36.1

Footnote PI 36.1

Footnote T 36.1

March, 2020

Footnote AR 36.1

Geoscience for Sustainable Development of Natural Resources Program

Cumulative Effects

Regional Assessments - NRCan contribution

$9,945,754

$1,571,317

$2,043,042

Footnote ER 38.1

Footnote PI 38.1

Footnote T 38.1

March, 2023

Footnote AR 38.1

Innovative Geospatial Solutions

Sustainable Forest Management

Open Science and Data - NRCan contribution

$15,504,940

$1,754,199

$1,136,116

Footnote ER 39.1

Footnote PI 39.1

Footnote T 39.1.1

March, 2021

Footnote AR 39.1.1

Footnote T 39.1.2

March, 2023

Footnote AR 39.1.2

Provision of federal leadership in the minerals and metals sector

Energy Safety and Security, and Petroleum Resources

Economic expertise and advice - energy and mineral resource markets and development

$3,762,213

$389,685

$289,435

Footnote ER 36.1

Footnote PI 36.1

Footnote T 36.1

March, 2020

Footnote AR 36.1

Transport Canada (TC)

Aviation Safety Oversight

Marine Safety Oversight

Rail Safety Oversight

Transportation of Dangerous Goods Oversight

Environmental Stewardship of Transportation

Departmental Engagement in Project Reviews with components related to Transport Canada’s Mandate.

$10,451,406

$479,485

$44,874

Footnote ER 40.1

Footnote PI 40.1.1

Footnote T 40.1.1

March, 2020

Footnote AR 40.1.1

Footnote ER 40.2

Footnote PI 40.2.1

Footnote T 40.2.1

March, 2020

Footnote AR 40.2.1

Indigenous Partnerships and Engagement

Indigenous Consultation within the Impact Assessment System

$4,921,605

$320,455

$0

Footnote ER 41.1

Footnote PI 41.1

Footnote T 41.1

Ongoing

Footnote AR 41.1

Environmental Stewardship of Transportation

Transport Canada supports the Marine Spatial Planning initiative

$2,476,316

$219,878

$77,902

Footnote ER 42.1

Footnote PI 42.1

Footnote T 42.1

March, 2020

Footnote AR 42.1

Navigation Protection Program

Restoring Lost Protections

$14,522,094

$1,658,989

$734,728

Footnote ER 43.1

Footnote PI 43.1.1

Footnote T 43.1.1

March, 2020

Footnote AR 43.1.1

Footnote PI 43.1.2

Footnote T 43.2.1

March, 2023

Footnote AR 43.2.1

Indigenous Partnerships and Engagement

Partnering with Indigenous People

$38,743,215

$428,734

$66,093

Footnote ER 44.1

Footnote PI 44.1.1

Footnote T 44.1.1

March, 2020

Footnote AR 44.1.1

Footnote PI 44.1.2

Footnote T 44.1.2

March, 2019

Footnote AR 44.1.2

Navigation Protection Program

Establishing Open, Accessible and Transparent Processes

$13,675,478

$1,658,989

$734,728

Footnote ER 45.1

Footnote PI 45.1.1

Footnote T 45.1.1

March, 2020

Footnote AR 45.1.1

Footnote PI 45.1.2

Footnote T 45.1.2

March, 2020

Footnote AR 45.1.2

Total for all federal departments

Not applicable

Not applicable

$919,447,584

$84,002,186

$52,505,836

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