Actual performance information by Program and by Organization (2016-17)

This table presents results, targets (numeric – maximum and minimum – and non-numeric) as well as dates to achieve these targets by Program. This datasets consolidates 2016-17 Departmental Result Report data submitted by federal organizations.

The data entries with “.” are intentional to distinguish no recorded value for a cell as opposed to an actual recorded value of zero.

Notes: To ensure comparability over time, Program names and structures used are sourced from the Public Accounts of Canada and may differ from an organization Departmental Result Report.

Definitions

Result
An external consequence attributed, in part, to an organization, policy, program or initiative. Results are set within various control areas of the organization.
Target
A measurable performance or success level that an organization, program or initiative plans to achieve within a specified time period. Targets can be either quantitative or qualitative.
Name of the Organization Name of the Strategic Outcome Name of the Program Name of the Sub-Program Name of the Sub-Sub-Program Result Name Indicator Name Data Type Numeric – Minimum Target Numeric – Maximum Target Non-Numeric Target Numeric – Actual Results Non-numérique – Actual Results Indicator Status Date to achieve Target Explanation
Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada Efficient and effective services which support tribunal chairs and members in exercising their statutory responsibilities and ensure that their independence is protected in a manner which promotes Canadians’ confidence in the federal tribunal system. Payments to Tribunal Chairs and Members Accurate payment of salaries and other compensation Error rate on payments Percentage 2 . 0.63 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The ATSSC met its target for timely payments to members in achieving a total error rate of 0.63%, below the 2% target.
Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada Efficient and effective services which support tribunal chairs and members in exercising their statutory responsibilities and ensure that their independence is protected in a manner which promotes Canadians’ confidence in the federal tribunal system. Registry Services Tribunals have accurate and complete records on which to base their decisions and the public is properly informed of tribunal processes, proceedings and decisions Support provided allows tribunals to meet their established performance measurements as identified in their respective annual reports Narratative Description . . Performance indicators and targets against the ATSSC’s Departmental Results Framework will be established in 2017-18 and implemented in 2018-19. . N/A - In 2018-19, the ATSSC will implement its Departmental Results Framework (DRF) and Performance Information Profiles with revised performance indicators and targets for delivery of its support services in alignment with Departmental and Program results. Target no longer applicable Other N/A
Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada Efficient and effective services which support tribunal chairs and members in exercising their statutory responsibilities and ensure that their independence is protected in a manner which promotes Canadians’ confidence in the federal tribunal system. Tribunal Specialized and Expert Support Services Tribunal members have the necessary advice and support to discharge their functions and achieve their mandates Support provided allows tribunals to meet their established performance measurements as identified in their respective annual reports Narratative Description . . Performance indicators and targets against the ATSSC’s Departmental Results Framework will be established in 2017-18 and implemented in 2018-19. . N/A - In 2018-19, the ATSSC will implement its Departmental Results Framework (DRF) and Performance Information Profiles with revised performance indicators and targets for delivery of its support services in alignment with Departmental and Program results. Target no longer applicable Other N/A
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency A competitive Atlantic Canadian economy. Community Development Community Investment Communities respond to economic and business development opportunities and challenges Amount leveraged per dollar invested by ACOA in Community Investment projects Dollar 1.5 . 1.44 Attention Required Mar-2017 In 2015-16, due to high demand for BDP funding under the Enterprise Development program, ACOA reallocated funding from the Community Development program to Enterprise Development. This resulted in lower actual spending under the Community Development program. ACOA is monitoring this target closely.
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency A competitive Atlantic Canadian economy. Community Development Community-based Business Development Strengthened and expanded businesses Percentage points by which the employment growth of CBDC-assisted clients exceeds that of comparable firms not assisted by CBDCs Number 2 . 3.4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency A competitive Atlantic Canadian economy. Community Development Community-based Business Development Strengthened and expanded businesses Percentage points by which the growth in sales of CBDC-assisted clients exceeds that of comparable firms not assisted by CBDCs Number 5 . 3.1 Attention Required Mar-2017 Sales by CBDC-assisted firms averaged 6% per year between 2009 and 2014. In comparison, sales by unassisted firms grew by an average of 2.8% per year over the same period. This represents a variance in firms’ sales growth of 3.1 percentage points between CBDC-assisted firms and unassisted firms. While the result is lower than the established target, CBDC-assisted firms still outperformed the comparable group in terms of sales growth.
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency A competitive Atlantic Canadian economy. Enterprise Development Innovation and Commercialization Strengthened innovation and commercialization capacity in Atlantic Canada Amount leveraged per dollar invested by ACOA in innovation projects Dollar 1.25 . 0.82 Attention Required Mar-2017 The variance between the target and the actual result is due to the fact that many AIF projects were funded to the maximum amount of $3 million and did not leverage large amounts of funding from other sources. In addition, fewer BDP innovation projects were funded in 2016-17, and the ones that were did not leverage as much funding as in previous years.
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency A competitive Atlantic Canadian economy. Enterprise Development Innovation and Commercialization Strengthened innovation and commercialization capacity in Atlantic Canada Dollar amount of revenues resulting from commercialization Dollar 150000000 . . Result not available Mar-2020
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency A competitive Atlantic Canadian economy. Enterprise Development Innovation and Commercialization Strengthened innovation and commercialization capacity in Atlantic Canada Number of key collaborators for technology development and commercialization through Atlantic Innovation Fund projects Number 15 . 39 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency A competitive Atlantic Canadian economy. Enterprise Development International Business Development Expanded export activity by small and medium-sized enterprises in Atlantic Canada Percentage of commercial International Business Development projects that met expectations, thus contributing to expanded export activity Percentage 75 . 81 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency A competitive Atlantic Canadian economy. Enterprise Development International Business Development Expanded export activity by small and medium-sized enterprises in Atlantic Canada Percentage of small and medium-sized enterprises that expanded their international sales within 12 months of participating in an International Business Development activity Percentage 50 . 88.11 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency A competitive Atlantic Canadian economy. Enterprise Development International Business Development New foreign direct investment opportunities in Atlantic Canada Number of foreign direct investment transactions completed (deals closed) where ACOA`s support contributed to bringing the project to fruition Number 8 . 5 Attention Required Mar-2017 ACOA has not met its target for this performance indicator. The negotiations underlying successful FDI transactions usually take several years to conclude. As a result, significant fluctuations can occur on a year-over-year basis. During 2017-18, ACOA will collaborate with provincial partners, and set targets for FDI results under the new Atlantic Trade and Investment Growth Strategy, to better match ACOA’s role in attracting FDI.
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency A competitive Atlantic Canadian economy. Enterprise Development Productivity and Growth Enhanced Atlantic Canadian small and medium-sized enterprises’ productivity and growth capacity Amount leveraged per dollar invested by ACOA in commercial Productivity and Growth projects Dollar 1.5 . 1.64 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency A competitive Atlantic Canadian economy. Enterprise Development Productivity and Growth Enhanced Atlantic Canadian small and medium-sized enterprises’ productivity and growth capacity Percentage of participants in business skills development activities indicating that the activity improved their business skills Percentage 85 . 93 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency A competitive Atlantic Canadian economy. Enterprise Development Productivity and Growth Enhanced Atlantic Canadian small and medium-sized enterprises’ productivity and growth capacity Percentage points by which the growth in sales of ACOA-assisted firms exceeds that of comparable firms not assisted by ACOA Number 3 . -2.3 Attention Required Mar-2017 The strong growth registered by unassisted firms during this period was due to their recovery from the recession of 2008-09. When the economy recovered from the recession, sales by unassisted firms increased strongly. In comparison, ACOA-assisted firms were less affected by the recession, so their sales were more stable. For this reason, the sales growth rate of ACOA-assisted firms was less than that of unassisted firms.
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency A competitive Atlantic Canadian economy. Policy, Advocacy and Coordination Advocacy Atlantic enterprise and community development interests are considered in emerging and changing federal economic policies, programs and regulations Percentage of Advocacy activities that have met their objectives, thus contributing to the Advocacy expected result Percentage 75 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency A competitive Atlantic Canadian economy. Policy, Advocacy and Coordination Coordination Coordination of partners in addressing the economic priorities of Atlantic Canada through a coherent approach to development Percentage of Coordination activities that have met their objectives, thus contributing to the Coordination expected result Percentage 75 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency A competitive Atlantic Canadian economy. Policy, Advocacy and Coordination Policy Well-informed policy decisions reflecting opportunities and challenges of the Atlantic Region’s economy while considering enterprise and community development potential Percentage of Policy activities that have met their objectives, thus contributing to the Policy expected result Percentage 80 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Admissibility Determination Air Mode Goods that are non-compliant with legislation administered by the CBSA are intercepted at airports of entry. Percentage of imported commercial goods examined that result in seizure action in the air mode. Percentage 0.07 . 0.1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The actual result exceeded the target for the percentage of examiantions resulting in a seizure action.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Admissibility Determination Air Mode Goods that are non-compliant with legislation administered by the CBSA are intercepted at airports of entry. Percentage of people examined at air ports of entry who are found to be in possession of goods that are non-compliant with legislation administered by the CBSA Percentage 1.6 . 1.04 Attention Required Mar-2017 Over the last three years, since 2014-15, while Customs/OGD examinations have increased by 24.5%, resultant actions (forced payments and seizures) have decreased by -15.8%. It is recommended that the target be reviewed and amended, should this indicator be included in future performance measurement frameworks.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Admissibility Determination Air Mode People and their goods that are inadmissible to Canada are intercepted at air ports of entry. Percentage of people examined who are found inadmissible at air ports of entry. Percentage 3.54 . 1.27 Attention Required Mar-2017 The target was established for the 2014-15 performance measurement framework; it has since been discovered that the data extracted for use in establishing this target was flawed, reporting less than half of the actual amount of immigration examinations conducted at the time.  In the future, a more realistic target, based on revised data, will be set at 1.40%.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Admissibility Determination Courier Low Value Shipment Courier shipments that are non-compliant with legislation administered by the CBSA are intercepted. Percentage of courier shipments examined that are removed from the Courier Low Value Shipment Program and transferred to the regular import stream because the goods were prohibited, restricted, controlled or non-compliant. Percentage . 7 5.52 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The decrease in the percentage of courier shipments removed from the CLVS stream possible reflects inductry stakeholders increased compliance of the CLVS policy.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Admissibility Determination Courier Low Value Shipment Courier shipments that are non-compliant with legislation administered by the CBSA are intercepted. Percentage of courier shipments examined that are seized. Percentage 0.25 . 0.16 Attention Required Mar-2017 The actual did not meet the target percentage of examined courier items resulting in a seizure action.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Admissibility Determination Highway Mode Goods that are non-compliant with legislation administered by the CBSA are intercepted at a highway port of entry. Percentage of imported commercial goods examined in the highway mode that result in seizure action. Percentage 0.02 . 0.04 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The actual result exceeded the target for the percentage of examinations resulting in a seizure action.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Admissibility Determination Highway Mode Goods that are non-compliant with legislation administered by the CBSA are intercepted at a highway port of entry. Percentage of people examined at a highway port of entry who are found to be in possession of goods that are non-compliant with legislation administered by the CBSA. Percentage 1.3 . 1.58 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Results for this indicator are on a downward trend over the last three years; which is expected given declining highway traveller volumes.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Admissibility Determination Highway Mode People that are inadmissible to Canada are intercepted at land ports of entry. Percentage of people examined who are found inadmissible at highway ports (includes rail) Percentage 4 . 6.99 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Results for this indicator are on an upward trend over the last three years. While immigration examinations in the highway mode have decreased, resultant enforcement actions have increased.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Admissibility Determination Marine Mode Goods that are non-compliant with legislation administered by the CBSA are intercepted at marine ports of entry. Percentage of imported commercial goods examined at the first point of arrival (FPOA) that result in seizure action in the marine mode. Percentage 0.13 . 0.2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The actual exceeded the target for the percentage of examinations resulting in a seizure action.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Admissibility Determination Marine Mode Goods that are non-compliant with legislation administered by the CBSA are intercepted at marine ports of entry. Percentage of people examined at a marine port of entry who are found to be in possession of goods that are non-compliant with legislation administered by the CBSA . Percentage 1.3 . 2.24 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Based on the last three years of data, the target for this indicator should be revised.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Admissibility Determination Marine Mode People who are inadmissible to Canada are intercepted at marine ports of entry. Percentage of people examined who are found inadmissible at a marine port of entry. Percentage 2.06 . 1.87 Attention Required Mar-2017 Based on the last three years of data, the target for this indicator should be revised.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Admissibility Determination Postal Mail that is non-compliant with legislation administered by the CBSA is intercepted at a Postal centre. Percentage of examined international mail items that are seized. Percentage 2.5 . 3.24 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The actual exceeded the target for the percentage of examined international mail items resulting in a seizure action.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Admissibility Determination Rail Mode Goods that are non-compliant with legislation administered by the CBSA are intercepted at rail ports of entry. Percentage of imported commercial goods examined that result in seizure action in the rail mode. Percentage 0.01 . 0 Attention Required Mar-2017 The actual did not meet the target for the percentage of examinations resulting in a seizure action.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Admissibility Determination Rail Mode Goods that are non-compliant with legislation administered by the CBSA are intercepted at rail ports of entry. Percentage of people examined at rail ports of entry who are found to be in possession of goods that are non-compliant with legislation administered by the CBSA. Percentage 1 . 1.1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Customs/OGD Examinations and resultant actions have increased, keeping pace with increased volumes in the rail mode.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Criminal Investigations Crown counsel accepts referrals for prosecution prepared by CBSA. Percentage of referrals for prosecution accepted by Crown. Percentage 95 . 98 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing The CID program has had consistent results over the last 3 FY averaging 98% of referrals for Prosecution by the Crown.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Criminal Investigations Individuals/businesses are convicted in order to punish and deter future contraventions. Percentage of concluded prosecutions that result in a conviction. Percentage 85 . 95 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing Full entry of cases concluded into CIIMS by the Regions has not been implemented. The Program will work to improve this functionality, through ISTB, to make these fields mandatory in CIIMS, and within the Regions. A Regional request has been submitted for the raw data that the Regions collect manually. This data will be compared against the current CIIMS data for cases concluded in order to ensure the most accurate percentage is provided for this KPI.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Immigration Enforcement Detentions Foreign nationals and permanent residents that may pose a risk to the safety and security of Canada are detained. Percentage of foreign nationals and permanent residents who may be inadmissible to Canada or who may be ready for removal who are detained according to their assessed level of risk. Percentage 85 . 87.5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing The CBSA  continues to have strong and consistent performance in the cases that are referred to the Immigration Division (IRB). This demonstrates quality referrals that result in removal orders which result in the removal of individuals from Canada.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Immigration Enforcement Immigration Hearings The position of the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness and/or the Minister of CIC with respect to immigration status is represented and upheld at administrative proceedings before the IRB. Percentage of decisions rendered by Members of the IRB and outcomes that align with the priorities of the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness and/or the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Percentage 70 . 76 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing The CBSA  continues to have strong and consistent performance in the cases that are referred to the Immigration Division (IRB). This demonstrates quality referrals that result in removal orders which result in the removal of individuals from Canada.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Immigration Enforcement Immigration Investigations Immigration investigations are conducted against foreign nationals and permanent residents who are or may be inadmissible to Canada. Percentage of immigration investigations initiated that result in a person being identified as inadmissible to Canada. Percentage 55 . 56 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing The CBSA  continues to have strong and consistent performance in this area. This demonstrates quality investigations leading to a positive outcome for Canada and Canadians. The number of individuals identified as being inadmissible remains within the acceptable range.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Immigration Enforcement Immigration Investigations Immigration investigations are conducted against foreign nationals and permanent residents who are or may be inadmissible to Canada. Percentage of immigration warrants executed/cancelled as a result of active investigation activities conducted by the CBSA. Percentage 90 . 99 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing The CBSA  continues to have strong and consistent performance in this area. This demonstrates quality investigations leading to a positive outcome for Canada and Canadians. The number of individuals identified as being inadmissible remains within the acceptable range.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Immigration Enforcement Immigration Investigations Timely investigation of foreign nationals and permanent residents who are or may be inadmissible to Canada. Percentage of immigration investigations finalized within one year of being initiated. Percentage 95 . 87 Attention Required Ongoing While performance is consistent with previous years, which would indicate a continued focus on ensuring cases are closely managed, resources have been redirected to address other priorities particularly related to the increase in asylum seekers, those entering between Ports of Entry. The CBSA continues to conclude more warrant investigations than it initiates in fiscal 2015/16. This resulted in a slight decrease in the overall number of unexecuted warrants in the warrant inventory.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Immigration Enforcement Removals Timely removal of foreign nationals subject to an enforceable removal order. Average number of days to facilitate a removal from Canada of a failed claimant who received their negative refugee determination  pre-Protecting Canada’s Immigration System Act (PCISA) * PCISA came into force December 15, 2012 Number . 650 3309 Attention Required Ongoing Since the performance indicator is specific to backlog cases that received their IRB decision before December 2012, the target to remove within 650 days of their IRB decision is not possible.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Immigration Enforcement Removals Timely removal of foreign nationals subject to an enforceable removal order. Average number of days to facilitate a removal from Canada of a failed claimant who received their negative refugee determination post-Protecting Canada’s Immigration System Act (PCISA) Number . 365 194 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing The CBSA met target by removing failed refugee claimants within 12 months of their negative refugee determination.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Recourse Travellers and the import/export community have access to recourse mechanisms that provide timely decisions in support of the acts and regulations administered by the CBSA. Percentage of enforcement appeals received that are acknowledged within 10 days. Percentage 90 . 80 Attention Required Mar-2017
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Recourse Travellers and the import/export community have access to recourse mechanisms that provide timely decisions in support of the acts and regulations administered by the CBSA. Percentage of enforcement appeals received that are decided within 180 days Percentage 70 . 80 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Recourse Travellers and the import/export community have access to recourse mechanisms that provide timely decisions in support of the acts and regulations administered by the CBSA. Percentage of trade appeals received that are acknowledged within 10 days. Percentage 85 . 85 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Recourse Travellers and the import/export community have access to recourse mechanisms that provide timely decisions in support of the acts and regulations administered by the CBSA. Percentage of trade appeals received that are decided within 180 days Percentage 75 . 52 Attention Required Mar-2017
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Revenue and Trade Management Anti-dumping and Countervailing Canadian industry is protected from economic injury caused by the subsidizing and dumping of imported goods. Number of Canadian jobs protected as a result of applying the Special Import Measures Act (SIMA) Number 33000 . 37591 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Revenue and Trade Management Anti-dumping and Countervailing Canadian industry is protected from economic injury caused by the subsidizing and dumping of imported goods. Value of Canadian production protected as the result of applying SIMA (in $billions). Dollar 7000000000 . 8400000000 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Revenue and Trade Management Trade Compliance Importers are in compliance with Canadian trade laws Percentage of revenue-based, targeted compliance verifications that yield a positive result for the CBSA (i.e., $1000 or more owing to the Government of Canada). Percentage 60 . 42 Attention Required Ongoing The significant variance between the target and the end-results achieved in 2016-17 can be partially attributed to difficulties in targeting caused by the transaction-based nature of the dated systems currently available to the Agency. Although the end-results have improved significantly compared to 2015-16 due to ongoing improvements in the CBSA’s targeting methodology, progress has not been as rapid as anticipated. However, despite these issues overall revenues generated by trade compliance verifications increased over 273% compared to 2015-16.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Revenue and Trade Management Trade Policy Importers have access to interpretations, ruling, advice and guidance on trade-related issues. Percentage of advance rulings and national customs rulings released within 120 calendar days of receipt of full information. Percentage 90 . 86 Attention Required Ongoing During the first two quarters of FY 2016-17 advanced rulings and national customs ruling’s produced subpar results. However, in Q3 & Q4 we achieved our 90% target.  This improvement can be directly attributed to the efforts of all HQ and regional staff working on this program and the implemented recommendations stemming from working groups which were established in order to streamline processing.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Risk Assessment Program Intelligence Reliable, accurate and actionable information and intelligence resulting in the interception of inadmissible goods, shipments and/or conveyances. Ratio of the value of intelligence led seizures to the value of non-intelligence led seizures. Number . . . Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing Source: CBSA PMF Results 2016/17.

Results surpass the target for the program due to a significant Q3 seizure. Consistent program results.Target is 9:1 and this FY results were 110:1, 7X greater than the target due to a significant Q3 seizure.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Risk Assessment Program Intelligence Reliable, accurate and actionable information and intelligence resulting in the interception of inadmissible people. The number of CBSA Liaison Officer recommendations to airlines leading to interceptions of improperly documented travellers prior to their arrival by air to Canada, measured against improperly documented arrivals to Canada. Percentage 70 . 89 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing Q4 FY 2015-16 saw an overseas interception rate of improperly-documented travellers of 83%, above the target of 70%. This trend continued throughout FY 2015-16 and was continued into and throughout FY 2016-17. The International Operations Division (IOD) had planned activities and several other collaborative operations targeting irregular migration and contraband smuggling in air and marine modes which led to the continued improvement in results.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Risk Assessment Program Security Screening Persons who may be a national security concern are found to be inadmissible to Canada.  * National Security Screening includes cases pertaining to sections 34, 35 and/or 37 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) Percentage of all non-favourable CBSA recommendations to Citizenship and Immigration (CIC) relating to Permanent Residents that result in a finding of inadmissibility. *Includes refusals under other sections of the Act and remedies to overcome inadmissibility. Percentage 80 . 65.1 Attention Required Ongoing The Agency’s PR results are dependent on IRCC decisions. The CBSA continued its commitment to improve the performance and relevance of the NSSD by working closely with its counterparts in IRCC to increase the extent to which recommendations are tailored to the information requirements of decision makers and to develop and share information that increases the predictability and consistency of recommendations.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Risk Assessment Program Security Screening Persons who may be a national security concern are found to be inadmissible to Canada.  * National Security Screening includes cases pertaining to sections 34, 35 and/or 37 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) Percentage of all non-favourable CBSA recommendations to Citizenship and Immigration (CIC) relating to Temporary Residents that result in a finding of inadmissibility*Includes refusals under other sections of the Act and remedies to overcome inadmissibility (PPTRV and TRP) Percentage 95 . 98.5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing The CBSA continued its commitment to improve the performance and relevance of the National Security Screening Program by working closely with its counterparts in IRCC to increase the extent to which recommendations are tailored to the information requirements of decision makers and to develop and share information that increases the predictability and consistency of recommendations.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Risk Assessment Program Targeting Air passengers that pose a threat to the security and safety of Canada are identified prior to their arrival. Average percentage of air passengers targeted for examination that led to a result. Percentage 25 . 30 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing SBT implementation continues to support the consistent program results over the past 3 FY.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Risk Assessment Program Targeting Marine containers and contents that pose a threat to the security and safety of Canada are identified prior to their arrival. Percentage of marine containers targeted for contraband and Food, Plant and Animal (FPA) examination that yielded a result. Percentage 1.5 . 1.9 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing FY 2016-17 Total Results at 1.9%, exceeded the annual TB PMF performance measure of 1.5%, but fell below FY 2015-16 (2.3%) results. (FY 2016/17 APS Q4)
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Secure and Trusted Partnerships Trusted Trader Impact of border processing on trusted programs members is minimized. Percentage of Trusted Trader shipments examined at border. Percentage . 1 0.24 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The actual result met the target for examining less than 1% of  trusted trader shipments.
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Secure and Trusted Partnerships Trusted Traveller Border clearance is streamlined and expedited. Percentage of Trusted Traveller Programs applications processed within 30 business days upon receipt of a complete application out of all completed Trusted Traveller Program applications received. Percentage 95 . 98.61 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target
Canada Border Services Agency International trade and travel is facilitated across Canada’s border and Canada’s population is protected from border-related risks. Secure and Trusted Partnerships Trusted Traveller Trusted travellers are low-risk Percentage of Trusted Traveller members examined who are found to be in compliance with border legislation, regulations and program criteria. Percentage 97 . 99.98 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Trusted travellers traditionally display a high compliance rate. This is expected, as program members are risk assessed in advance to establish a low-risk status.
Canada Revenue Agency Eligible families and individuals receive timely and accurate benefit payments. Benefit Programs Benefit Enquiries Benefit recipients have access to timely and accurate responses to their telephone enquiries. Percentage of Canada Child Tax Benefit callers who succeed in reaching the CRA telephone service. Percentage 80 . 89.6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Eligible families and individuals receive timely and accurate benefit payments. Benefit Programs Benefit Enquiries Benefit recipients have access to timely and accurate responses to their telephone enquiries. Percentage of GST/HST credit callers who succeed in reaching the CRA telephone service. Percentage 80 . 89.6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Eligible families and individuals receive timely and accurate benefit payments. Benefit Programs Benefit Enquiries Benefit recipients have access to timely and accurate responses to their telephone enquiries. Percentage of accurately updated internal reference materials for benefit services agents Percentage 100 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result met the target.
Canada Revenue Agency Eligible families and individuals receive timely and accurate benefit payments. Benefit Programs Benefit Programs Administration Benefit and credit eligibility determination and payment processing are timely and accurate. Benefits validation and compliance rate - Percentage of Canada Child and Family Benefit and Credit accounts targeted under validation programs that were adjusted Percentage 50 . 58.4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Eligible families and individuals receive timely and accurate benefit payments. Benefit Programs Benefit Programs Administration Benefit and credit eligibility determination and payment processing are timely and accurate. Payment accuracy rate - Percentage of accurate payments issued after processing an application or account maintenance transaction Percentage 98 . 98.1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Eligible families and individuals receive timely and accurate benefit payments. Benefit Programs Benefit Programs Administration Benefit and credit eligibility determination and payment processing are timely and accurate. Percentage of respondents satisfied with benefit application processing time. Percentage 75 . . Result not available Mar-2017 The number of respondents to the 2016 Canada child tax benefit first-time applicant survey was insufficient to produce valid results.
Canada Revenue Agency Eligible families and individuals receive timely and accurate benefit payments. Benefit Programs Benefit Programs Administration Benefit and credit payments are received through direct deposit Percentage of benefit and credit payments that are issued by direct deposit Percentage 78 . 82 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers and benefit recipients receive an independent and impartial review of their service related complaints. Taxpayers’ Ombudsman Taxpayers and benefit recipients receive improved service from the CRA because of the intervention of an independent and impartial Ombudsman Percentage of recommendations raised by the Ombudsman that will be acted upon by the CRA Percentage 90 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers and benefit recipients receive an independent and impartial review of their service related complaints. Taxpayers’ Ombudsman Taxpayers and benefit recipients receive improved service from the CRA because of the intervention of an independent and impartial Ombudsman Percentage of requests for action or information from the Office of the Taxpayers’ Ombudsman that are acted upon by the CRA Percentage 90 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers and benefit recipients receive an independent and impartial review of their service related complaints. Taxpayers’ Ombudsman Taxpayers and benefit recipients receive improved service from the CRA because of the intervention of an independent and impartial Ombudsman Percentage of service-related complaints resolved prior to investigation Percentage 75 . 74 Target no longer applicable Mar-2017 We didn’t meet our target due to a change in the process.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers and benefit recipients receive an independent and impartial review of their service related complaints. Taxpayers’ Ombudsman Taxpayers and benefit recipients receive improved service from the CRA because of the intervention of an independent and impartial Ombudsman Percentage of taxpayer complaints acknowledged within two business days Percentage 95 . 95 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Appeals Canada Pension Plan/Employment Insurance Appeals to the Minister and Appeals to the Courts Taxpayers receive a timely review of contested decisions made under the Canada Pension Plan or Employment Insurance Act Percentage of Benefits Pending and Benefits Non-Pending reviews of appeals to the Minister filed under the Canada Pension Plan or Employment Insurance Act completed within established timeframes Percentage 85 . 85.5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Appeals Canada Pension Plan/Employment Insurance Appeals to the Minister and Appeals to the Courts Taxpayers receive an objective review of contested decisions made under the Canada Pension Plan or Employment Insurance Act Percentage of decisions regarding CPP/EI appeals to the Minister determined to meet or exceed quality assurance standards Percentage 90 . 77.4 Attention Required Mar-2017 For income tax and commodity tax quality assurance (QA), the program areas are reviewing the QA methodology and measurement guidelines in relation to the 90% target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Appeals Commodity Taxes Objections and Appeals to the Courts Taxpayers receive a timely review of contested decisions made under the Excise Tax Acts Percentage of decisions on low complexity objections filed under the Excise Tax Acts that are issued within 180 days Percentage 80 . 93.4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Appeals Commodity Taxes Objections and Appeals to the Courts Taxpayers receive an objective review of contested decisions made under the Excise Tax Acts Percentage of decisions on objections filed under the Excise Tax Acts determined to meet or exceed quality assurance standards Percentage 90 . 99.5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Appeals Income Tax Objections and Appeals to the Courts Taxpayers receive a timely review of contested decisions made under the Income Tax Act Percentage of decisions on low complexity objections filed under the Income Tax Act that are issued within 180 days Percentage 80 . 65 Attention Required Mar-2017 The CRA continued to reduce inventory while implementing a pilot to improve timeliness.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Appeals Income Tax Objections and Appeals to the Courts Taxpayers receive an objective review of contested decisions made under the Income Tax Act Percentage of decisions on objections filed under the Income Tax Act determined to meet or exceed quality assurance standards Percentage 90 . 98.1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Appeals Service Complaints Taxpayers receive timely resolutions to their service complaints Percentage of taxpayers service complaints resolved within 30 business days Percentage 80 . 83.6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Appeals Taxpayer Relief Taxpayers receive a consistent review of requests for interest and/or penalty relief Percentage of decisions on taxpayer relief requests determined to meet or exceed quality assurance standards Percentage 90 . . Result not available Mar-2017 The data for Taxpayer relief QA is not available for the 2016-1207 year due to a re-organization of the function. The function is currently revising their
QA methodology and measurement guidelines, and data may not be available for the 2017-2018 year.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Assessment of Returns and Payment Processing Business Returns Business tax filers receive timely and accurate assessment notices Percentage of T2 returns processed accurately Percentage 98 . 98 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result met the target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Assessment of Returns and Payment Processing Business Returns Business tax filers receive timely and accurate assessment notices Percentage of service standards targets that are met or mostly met relating to business taxfilers (T2, GST/HST, excise and other levies) activities  http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/servicestandards/ Percentage 100 100 80 Attention Required Mar-2017 The indicator includes five service standards. Processing T2 corporation income tax returns – electronic was not met because of the manual review of
more than 230,000 corporation income tax returns primarily resulting from changes to the taxation of dividends announced earlier last year with Bill
C-2.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Assessment of Returns and Payment Processing Business Returns Corporations file electronically Corporation (T2) electronic filing rates (Fiscal year) Percentage 85 . 89.3 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Assessment of Returns and Payment Processing Individual Returns Individual taxfilers receive timely and accurate assessment notices Percentage of Individual (T1) returns received on time processed by mid-June Percentage 98 . 99.7 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Assessment of Returns and Payment Processing Individual Returns Individual taxfilers receive timely and accurate assessment notices Percentage of individual (T1) returns processed accurately Percentage 98 . 98.8 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Assessment of Returns and Payment Processing Individual Returns Individual taxfilers receive timely and accurate assessment notices Percentage of service standards targets that are met or mostly met relating to T1 Individual and T3 trust returns activities http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/servicestandards/ Percentage 100 100 80 Attention Required Mar-2017 The indicator includes five service standards. Responding to taxpayer-requested adjustment (T1) was not met because of the adoption of the new
systems for processing reassessments in February 2016. System responsiveness challenges, mainly related to the technology, combined with a
protracted learning curve resulted in decreases in productivity. These issues have been addressed.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Assessment of Returns and Payment Processing Individual Returns Individuals file electronically. Individual (T1) electronic filing rates (Tax filing season) Percentage 84 . 86.1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Assessment of Returns and Payment Processing Payments Remittance of payments to the Receiver General are processed on time Percentage of payments to the Receiver General are deposited within 24 hours of receipt Percentage 96 . 99.8 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Assessment of Returns and Payment Processing Voluntary Disclosures Program Timely and accurate processing of voluntary disclosure submissions Percentage of second level administrative review files completed within 60 days of receipt Percentage 100 100 50.9 Attention Required Mar-2017 The average number of days to complete a second administrative review was reduced by 40%, from 135.5 days to 81.8 days, in 2016-2017. While the ambitious target of 60 days was not achieved, setting an ambitious goal was a driving force in reducing processing timeframes by 54 days. A comprehensive review of VDP was completed in response to the recommendation from the Standing Committee on Finance and the program will be undergoing changes. Use of this performance indicator is being re-evaluated.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Assessment of Returns and Payment Processing Voluntary Disclosures Program Timely and accurate processing of voluntary disclosure submissions Percentage of verified voluntary disclosures cases that comply with program review standards Percentage 90 . 90.9 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Collections, Compliance and Verification Collections – Tax and Government Programs Debts are collected and resolved for the federal, provincial, and territorial governments within targeted levels Percentage of collections inventory under one year compared to annual gross revenues Percentage . 4 3.3 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result was within target maximum.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Collections, Compliance and Verification Collections – Tax and Government Programs Debts are collected and resolved for the federal, provincial, and territorial governments within targeted levels Percentage of the dollar value of debt resolved compared to intake Percentage 90 . 95.3 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Collections, Compliance and Verification Collections – Tax and Government Programs The tax debt is collected and resolved on a timely basis Percentage of tax collections inventory (tax services office) aged > 5 years old Percentage . 17 14.3 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result was under target maximum.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Collections, Compliance and Verification Collections – Tax and Government Programs The tax debt is collected and resolved on a timely basis Percentage of unpaid assessments > 5 years old (by tax year) for payroll tax accounts Percentage . 10 10.9 Attention Required Mar-2017 In the last three years since this indicator was put in place, the results have remained stable, between 10.8% to 10.9%. Our efforts to bring it below the target level of 10% have been challenged by the fact that the number of aged assessments reaching the 5 year-mark kept growing faster than the number of aged assessments that we were able to resolve. Strategies are being developed to reduce aged debt to expected levels and we anticipate a reduction of this result going forward.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Collections, Compliance and Verification Collections – Tax and Government Programs The tax debt is collected and resolved on a timely basis Percentage of unpaid assessments > 8 years old (by tax year) for personal, corporate, and GST/HST accounts Percentage . 5 3.5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result was under target maximum.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Collections, Compliance and Verification Compliance and Verification Non-compliant taxpayer behaviour is detected and corrected through effective risk assessment Filing Compliance Ratio - Value of returns resolved vs outstanding returns Number 1 . 6.5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Collections, Compliance and Verification Compliance and Verification Non-compliant taxpayer behaviour is detected and corrected through effective risk assessment Registration Compliance - Percentage of identified GST/HST accounts registered following CRA intervention Percentage 100 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result met the target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Collections, Compliance and Verification Compliance and Verification Non-compliant taxpayer behaviour is detected and corrected through effective risk assessment Reporting Compliance Ratio - Value of T1 returns assessed in targeted vs random reviews Number 2 . 2.99 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Reporting Compliance Criminal Investigations Program Suspected cases of tax evasion or fraud are detected and addressed through referrals to Public Prosecution Service of Canada (PPSC) Percentage of files accepted by Public Prosecution Service of Canada (PPSC) that result in a conviction Percentage 80 . 62 Attention Required Mar-2017 In 2016-17, 26 cases were accepted by the PPSC and completed in court. Of those 26 cases, 16 resulted in convictions. Of the remaining cases, 2
resulted in acquittals and 8 were closed by the PPSC. The main reason for closing the 8 cases was due to the possibility of unwarranted delays.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Reporting Compliance GST/HST Reporting non-compliance is detected and corrected by targeting compliance actions through effective risk assessment of GST/HST registrants Change rate for GST/HST audits –(percentage of risk-assessed audit activities that result in detecting non-compliance) Percentage 75 . 76 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Reporting Compliance International and Large Business Reporting non-compliance is detected and corrected by targeting compliance actions through effective risk assessment of the largest and most complex taxfilers Change Rate for ILB Audits (percentage of risk-assessed audit activities that result in detection of non-compliance) Percentage 75 . 74 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual result was within an acceptable range of the target (Attention not required).
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Reporting Compliance Scientific Research and Experimental Development Eligible claimants receive timely Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) tax incentives. Percentage of service standards targets that are met or mostly met relating to SR&ED http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/servicestandards/ Percentage 100 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result met the target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Reporting Compliance Scientific Research and Experimental Development Reporting non-compliance is detected and corrected by targeting compliance actions through effective risk assessment of SR&ED claimants Change rate for SR&ED audits (percentage of risk-assessed audit activities that result in detecting non-compliance) Percentage 75 . 83 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Reporting Compliance Small and Medium Enterprises Reporting non-compliance is detected and corrected by targeting compliance actions through effective risk assessment of individuals, small and medium businesses, and non-residents Change rate for SME audits (percentage of risk-assessed audit activities that result in detecting non-compliance) Percentage 75 . 75 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result met the target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Taxpayer and Business Assistance Charities Charities non-compliance with legislation and regulations is detected and addressed Percentage of charities that file their annual information return on time Percentage 80 . 82.5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Taxpayer and Business Assistance Charities Registered charities and applicants for charitable status receive timely service Percentage of charitable registration applications that are reviewed and responded to within established timeframes (2 months for simple and 6 months for regular applications) Percentage 80 . 87.6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Taxpayer and Business Assistance Charities Registered charities and applicants for charitable status receive timely service Percentage of charities calls in agent queue responded to within two minutes Percentage 80 . 82.5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Taxpayer and Business Assistance Policy, Rulings, and Interpretations Non-compliance with the Excise Act and the Excise Act, 2001 with respect to dutiable products is detected and addressed. Percentage of excise regulatory reviews and excise compliance activities completed compared to planned Percentage 100 . 99 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual result was within an acceptable range of the target (Attention not required).
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Taxpayer and Business Assistance Policy, Rulings, and Interpretations Taxpayers and businesses receive timely rulings and interpretations under the Income Tax Act, Excise Tax Act, and various other federal legislation Advance income tax rulings issued within 90 business days Percentage 85 . 78 Attention Required Mar-2017 Target not met due to increase in file complexity and internal pressures. We are reprioritizing our workload and hiring additional staff in order to
enhance our performance.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Taxpayer and Business Assistance Policy, Rulings, and Interpretations Taxpayers and businesses receive timely rulings and interpretations under the Income Tax Act, Excise Tax Act, and various other federal legislation GST/HST rulings and interpretations – respond to written requests within 45 business days of receipt in the CRA (this excludes highly technical and precedent or policy setting rulings and interpretations) Percentage 80 . 84 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Taxpayer and Business Assistance Policy, Rulings, and Interpretations Taxpayers and businesses receive timely rulings and interpretations under the Income Tax Act, Excise Tax Act, and various other federal legislation Income Tax - Technical interpretations issued within 90 business days Percentage 85 . 87 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Taxpayer and Business Assistance Registered Plans Non-compliance by registered plan administrators and their agents with legislation and regulations pertaining to registered plans is detected and addressed Percentage of registered plan audits completed compared to planned. Percentage 100 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result was within an acceptable range of the target (Attention not required).
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Taxpayer and Business Assistance Registered Plans Registered plan administrators and their agents receive timely service in response to applications Percentage of registered plan applications reviewed within the established timeframes (180 calendar days) Percentage 85 . 82 Attention Required Mar-2017 We have identified and resolved issues with processing applications. Actual result was within an acceptable range of the target (Attention not required).
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Taxpayer and Business Assistance Tax Information Services and Assistance Businesses have access to timely and accurate responses to their tax enquiries. Percentage of accurately updated internal reference materials for taxpayer services agents (business) Percentage 100 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result met the target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Taxpayer and Business Assistance Tax Information Services and Assistance Businesses have access to timely and accurate responses to their tax enquiries. Percentage of business callers who succeed in reaching the CRA telephone service Percentage 85 . 86.9 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Taxpayer and Business Assistance Tax Information Services and Assistance Individual taxpayers have access to timely and accurate responses to their tax enquiries Percentage of accurately updated internal reference materials for Taxpayer Services agents (individual). Percentage 100 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result met the target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Taxpayer and Business Assistance Tax Information Services and Assistance Individual taxpayers have access to timely and accurate responses to their tax enquiries Percentage of individual callers who succeed in reaching the CRA telephone service (non-peak season) Percentage 80 . 87.1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada Revenue Agency Taxpayers meet their obligations and Canada’s revenue base is protected Taxpayer and Business Assistance Tax Information Services and Assistance Individual taxpayers have access to timely and accurate responses to their tax enquiries Percentage of individual callers who succeed in reaching the CRA telephone service (peak season) Percentage 85 . 87.1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canada School of Public Service Federal public service employees have the common knowledge, skills and competencies to fulfill their responsibilities in serving Canadians. Learning Services Knowledge is acquired through participation in the School’s Learning Services program. Percentage of courses assessed that result in participant knowledge gain. Percentage 100 100 . Result not available Mar-2017 Data on “actual” knowledge acquisition (through evaluation methods) was not collected in 2016–2017, but data was collected on “perceived” knowledge gain. There was an increased focus on the collection of data to provide a high-level view of learning, namely regarding the application of learning “on the job.”
Canada School of Public Service Federal public service employees have the common knowledge, skills and competencies to fulfill their responsibilities in serving Canadians. Learning Services Participants are able to apply what they learned "on the job". Percentage of participants assessed who experience a change in behaviour "on the job". Percentage 94 94 94 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canada School of Public Service Federal public service employees have the common knowledge, skills and competencies to fulfill their responsibilities in serving Canadians. Learning Services Participants are satisfied with the School’s Learning Services program activities. Percentage of participants assessed who are satisfied with the learning activities Percentage 90 90 90 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety Improved workplace conditions and practices that enhance the health, safety, and well being of working Canadians. Occupational health and safety information development, delivery services and tripartite collaboration Application of occupational health and safety information to improve workplace practices Percentage of respondents that say Information is being applied in the workplace by employees, government and employers to make change Percentage 72 . 77 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety Improved workplace conditions and practices that enhance the health, safety, and well being of working Canadians. Occupational health and safety information development, delivery services and tripartite collaboration Easy access to CCOHS Occupational Health and Safety information and services % of users satisfied with ease of access and retrieval of OHS information from Inquiries Service, web access and other CCOHS resources (such as our website, webportals, articles and presentations) Percentage 85 . 89 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety Improved workplace conditions and practices that enhance the health, safety, and well being of working Canadians. Occupational health and safety information development, delivery services and tripartite collaboration Increased awareness and understanding of occupational health and safety issues in the workplace Numbers Distribution of OHS information to employees and employers to improve their understanding of OSH Number 10 . 91 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency High quality and timely environmental assessments of major projects to protect the environment and support economic growth. Environmental Assessment Delivery Program Deliver environmental assessment within timelines established under CEAA 2012. Percentage of environmental assessments conducted by the Agency adhering to CEAA 2012 timelines. Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency High quality and timely environmental assessments of major projects to protect the environment and support economic growth. Environmental Assessment Delivery Program Deliver high quality environmental assessments. Percentage of projects undergoing follow-up and monitoring for which the Agency received a report during the reporting period that indicate that the mitigation measures set out in the environmental assessment decision statement would effectively address the environmental effects of the project. Percentage 90 . 80 Attention Required Ongoing During the reporting period, the Agency received distinct reports for 5 projects undergoing follow-up and monitoring, four of which demonstrated that the mitigation measures set out in the EA decision statement would effectively address the environmental effects of the project.
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency High quality and timely environmental assessments of major projects to protect the environment and support economic growth. Environmental Assessment Delivery Program Deliver high quality environmental assessments. Where adaptive management measures set out in the environmental assessment decision statement were required as a result of a follow-up and monitoring report and a report was received by the Agency on the implementation of those measures during the reporting period, the percentage of projects where the adaptive management measures led to effectively address the environmental effects of the project. Percentage 90 . . Result not available Ongoing During the reporting period, no reports were received by the Agency which indicated adaptive management measures needed to be implemented.
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency High quality and timely environmental assessments of major projects to protect the environment and support economic growth. Environmental Assessment Delivery Program Environmental assessment process provides meaningful participation of Indigenous groups and integrates Crown consultation to the greatest extent possible. Percentage of Indigenous groups with high or moderate potential for being affected by a project that provided comments on environmental assessment documents to the Agency. Percentage 90 . 78 Attention Required Ongoing Many factors can lead to Indigenous groups not providing comments during an EA process. Sometimes these factors lie beyond the Agency’s control. However, the Agency continuously seeks opportunities to strengthen its approach to supporting Indigenous engagement in the EA process, such as by making more effective use of the Participant Funding Program to enable broader Indigenous participation.
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency High quality and timely environmental assessments of major projects to protect the environment and support economic growth. Environmental Assessment Policy Program High quality EA enabled through research, analysis, and monitoring to produce effective policy instruments. Percentage of users of Agency policy instruments who indicated moderate to high satisfaction with these instruments. Percentage 75 . . Result not available Ongoing Insufficient information available to support a reliable and representative quantitative assessment of user satisfaction for 2016-17.
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Animal Health and Zoonotics Program Aquatic Animal Health Domestic aquatic animals and their products are compliant with Canadian regulations and meet the standards of international agreements Percentage of certified aquatic animal and aquatic animal product shipments that meet the receiving country’s import requirements Percentage 99 . 99 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Animal Health and Zoonotics Program Aquatic Animal Health Risks to the Canadian aquatic animal resource base are mitigated Number of reportable aquatic animal diseases that have entered into Canada via specified regulated pathways Number 0 . 0 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Animal Health and Zoonotics Program Feed Feed establishments meet federal regulations Percentage of inspected feed establishments in compliance with Feeds Regulations and Health of Animals Regulations (Feed Ban), after follow-up, not including labelling tasks Percentage 95 . 95 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Animal Health and Zoonotics Program Feed Feed labels meet federal regulations Percentage of inspected feed facilities in compliance with Feeds Regulations and Health of Animals Regulations (Feed Ban), after follow-up, when assessed against inspection tasks associated with labelling Percentage 95 . 96 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Animal Health and Zoonotics Program Terrestrial Animal Health Animals in Canada are transported humanely Percentage of inspected live loads in compliance with humane transport standards Percentage 100 . 98.53 Attention Required Mar-2017 The target is considered met when the result falls within  + or - 2% of the target.
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Animal Health and Zoonotics Program Terrestrial Animal Health Federally registered veterinary biologics establishments meet federal regulations Percentage of inspected federally registered veterinary biologics establishments in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 90 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Animal Health and Zoonotics Program Terrestrial Animal Health Veterinary biological products in compliance with federal regulations Percentage of tested veterinary biological products in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Food Safety Program Dairy Dairy products for domestic consumption meet federal regulations Percentage of tested domestic dairy products in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 95 . 96.52 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Food Safety Program Dairy Dairy products for domestic consumption meet federal regulations Percentage of tested imported dairy products in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 95 . 90.5 Attention Required Mar-2017 The performance for this indicator is based upon the imported dairy product sample results observed from microbiology, chemical residue and chemistry testing. The compliance rate for thiouracil in imported dairy products was largely responsible for the lower overall compliance rate of 90%.
Also, there was a lower compliance rate of the chemistry sub-component of the Imported Dairy Product indicator due to non-satisfactory results associated with inaccurate nutrition labeling practices.
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Food Safety Program Dairy Federally registered dairy establishments meet federal regulations Percentage of inspected federally registered dairy establishments in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 98 . 98.86 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Food Safety Program Egg Federally registered shell egg establishments meet federal regulations Percentage of inspected federally registered shell egg establishments in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 98 . 98.25 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Food Safety Program Egg Shell egg and egg products for domestic consumption meet federal regulations Percentage of tested domestic shell egg and egg products in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 95 . 98.88 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Food Safety Program Egg Shell egg and egg products for domestic consumption meet federal regulations Percentage of tested imported shell egg and egg products in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 95 . 99.6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Food Safety Program Fish and Seafood Federally registered fish and seafood establishments meet federal regulations Percentage of inspected federally registered fish and seafood establishments in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 98 . 97.23 Attention Required Mar-2017 The target is considered met when the result falls within  + or - 2% of the target.
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Food Safety Program Fish and Seafood Fish and seafood products for domestic consumption meet federal regulations Percentage of tested domestic fish and seafood products in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 95 . 98.99 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Food Safety Program Fish and Seafood Fish and seafood products for domestic consumption meet federal regulations Percentage of tested imported fish and seafood products in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 95 . 95.3 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Food Safety Program Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Federally registered fresh fruits and vegetables establishments meet federal regulations Percentage of inspected federally registered processed fresh fruit and vegetable establishments in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 98 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Food Safety Program Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Fresh fruit and vegetable products for domestic consumption meet federal regulations Percentage of tested domestic fresh fruit and vegetable samples in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 95 . 99.1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Food Safety Program Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Fresh fruit and vegetable products for domestic consumption meet federal regulations Percentage of tested imported fresh fruits and vegetables samples in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 95 . 95.7 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Food Safety Program Imported And Manufactured Food Products Risks to the Canadian public associated with imported and manufactured food products are mitigated Percentage of inspected imported and manufactured products with accurate net quantity, composition, labelling and advertising Percentage 70 . 72 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Food Safety Program Imported And Manufactured Food Products Risks to the Canadian public associated with imported and manufactured food products are mitigated Percentage of major health risks in the imported and manufactured food sector that are addressed through the annual update to food safety inspection programs Percentage 95 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Food Safety Program Meat and Poultry Federally registered meat and poultry establishments meet federal regulations Percentage of inspected federally registered meat and poultry establishments in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 98 . 98 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The target is considered met when the result falls within  + or - 2% of the target.
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Food Safety Program Meat and Poultry Meat and poultry products for domestic consumption meet federal regulations Percentage of tested domestic meat and poultry products in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 95 . 97.91 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Food Safety Program Meat and Poultry Meat and poultry products for domestic consumption meet federal regulations Percentage of tested imported meat and poultry products in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 95 . 98.1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Food Safety Program Processed Products Federally registered processed products establishments meet federal regulations Percentage of inspected federally registered processed products establishments in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 98 . 98.97 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Food Safety Program Processed Products Processed products for domestic consumption meet federal regulations Percentage of tested domestic processed products in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 95 . 98.2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Food Safety Program Processed Products Processed products for domestic consumption meet federal regulations Percentage of tested imported processed products in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 95 . 97.6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. International Collaboration and Technical Agreements Canadian interests are reflected in science-based international rules, standards, Free Trade Agreements, and technical arrangements through effective participation in sanitary and phytosanitary negotiations and International Standards Setting Bodies such as Codex, OIE, and IPPC. Number of key sanitary and phytosanitary negotiations and international standards setting bodies meetings where the CFIA promoted Canada’s interests Number 36 . 36 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. International Collaboration and Technical Agreements International markets are accessible to Canadian food, animals, plants and their products Number of unjustified non-tariff barriers resolved Number 45 . 64 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. International Collaboration and Technical Agreements International regulatory cooperation, relationship building and technical assistance activities that are inline with the CFIA’s mandate Number of CFIA led technical assistance activities provided to foreign national governments Number 8 . 16 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. International Collaboration and Technical Agreements International regulatory cooperation, relationship building and technical assistance activities that are inline with the CFIA’s mandate Number of senior level CFIA-led committees with foreign regulatory counterparts Number 4 . 4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Plant Resources Program Fertilizer Fertilizer and supplement products meet federal regulations Percentage of inspected fertilizer and supplement products in compliance with federal regulations (Fertilizers Regulations) Percentage 90 . 94 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Plant Resources Program Fertilizer Fertilizer and supplement products meet federal regulations Percentage of submissions reviewed within the prescribed service delivery standards Percentage 90 . 92 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Plant Resources Program Intellectual Property Rights Plant breeders develop new varieties for the Canadian market Percentage of Plant Breeders’ Rights applications that reach approval and are granted rights Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Plant Resources Program Plant Protection At-Border plant pest risks are mitigated Percentage of pre-arrival documentation in compliance with Canadian import requirements Percentage 90 . 97 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Plant Resources Program Plant Protection Post-border plant pest risks are mitigated Percentage of new pest detections that have a science based management plan initiated within one year Percentage 90 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Plant Resources Program Plant Protection Pre-border plant pest risks are mitigated Percentage of inspected shipments from off-shore system approaches or pre-clearance programs in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 85 . 99 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Plant Resources Program Seed Seed complies with federal regulations Percentage of authorized confined releases of Plants with Novel Traits into the Canadian environment that are in compliance with the authorized conditions Percentage 90 . 92 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Food Inspection Agency A safe and accessible food supply and plant and animal resource base. Plant Resources Program Seed Seed complies with federal regulations Percentage of tested domestic pedigreed seed lots in compliance with federal regulations Percentage 95 . 93.6 Attention Required Mar-2017 The target is considered met when the result falls within  + or - 2% of the target.
Canadian Grain Commission Canada’s grain is safe, reliable and marketable and Canadian grain producers are properly compensated for grain deliveries to licensed grain companies. Grain Quality Research Program Domestic and international marketers, buyers and processors have accurate and appropriate scientific information on the quality and safety of Canadian grain Number of instances where domestic and international marketers, buyers, and processors do not have access to accurate and appropriate scientific information on the quality and safety of Canadian grain Number . 0 0 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Grain Commission Canada’s grain is safe, reliable and marketable and Canadian grain producers are properly compensated for grain deliveries to licensed grain companies. Grain Quality Research Program Scientific information is available to support and inform GQAS decision making The number of instances where timely and appropriate scientific information is not available to support and inform GQAS decision making Number . 0 0 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Grain Commission Canada’s grain is safe, reliable and marketable and Canadian grain producers are properly compensated for grain deliveries to licensed grain companies. Grain Quality Research Program Threats to Canada’s GQAS from registration of new varieties are minimized Number of complaints from end-users of Canadian grain on the quality of newly registered varieties Number . 0 0 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Grain Commission Canada’s grain is safe, reliable and marketable and Canadian grain producers are properly compensated for grain deliveries to licensed grain companies. Producer Protection Program Licensing and Security Program Risks to producers of not being properly compensated for grain delivered to CGC licensees is mitigated Percentage of producers who agree that the CGC’s licensing and security program reduces the risk of not being properly compensated for grain delivered into the licensed grain handling system Percentage 75 . 95 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Grain Commission Canada’s grain is safe, reliable and marketable and Canadian grain producers are properly compensated for grain deliveries to licensed grain companies. Producer Protection Program Producer Car Allocation Program Producers are able to bypass the primary elevator system and ship grain to port position or another destination of their choosing Percentage of producers who use the producer car allocation program who are satisfied with the program Percentage 75 . 85 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Grain Commission Canada’s grain is safe, reliable and marketable and Canadian grain producers are properly compensated for grain deliveries to licensed grain companies. Producer Protection Program Producer Car Allocation Program Producers are able to bypass the primary elevator system and ship grain to port position or another destination of their choosing The number of formal justifiable complaints related to producer car access and availability Number . 0 0 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Grain Commission Canada’s grain is safe, reliable and marketable and Canadian grain producers are properly compensated for grain deliveries to licensed grain companies. Producer Protection Program Producer Support Programs Risk to producers of not receiving fair compensation for the quality of grain delivered into the licensed grain handling system is mitigated Percentage of producers who agree that access to CGC third party quality information reduces their risks of not receiving fair compensation for the quality of their grain upon delivery into the licenced grain handling system Percentage 70 . 86 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Grain Commission Canada’s grain is safe, reliable and marketable and Canadian grain producers are properly compensated for grain deliveries to licensed grain companies. Quality Assurance Program Consistent and reliable grain quality and grain safety assurance to meet the needs of domestic and international markets Number of instances where buyers are dissatisfied with CGC standards, methods or procedures used to ensure a safe and dependable commodity for domestic and export markets Number . 0 0 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Grain Commission Canada’s grain is safe, reliable and marketable and Canadian grain producers are properly compensated for grain deliveries to licensed grain companies. Quality Assurance Program Consistent and reliable grain quality and grain safety assurance to meet the needs of domestic and international markets Number of justified cargo complaints due to a breakdown in CGC quality and/or safety assurance Number . 0 0 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Grain Commission Canada’s grain is safe, reliable and marketable and Canadian grain producers are properly compensated for grain deliveries to licensed grain companies. Quantity Assurance Program Consistent and reliable quantity assurance of Canadian grain shipments Number of justified cargo complaints due to a breakdown in CGC quantity assurance processes Number . 0 0 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian High Arctic Research Station Canada has world-class Arctic science and technology to support the development and stewardship of Canada’s North and is recognized as a leader on circumpolar research issues. Polar Knowledge Application Knowledge Management Knowledge gathered and produced by the Station informs Polar science and technology stakeholders Percentage of media dissemination to key stakeholders including indigenous communities. Narratative Description . . To be determined . Percentage not available. Target no longer applicable Mar-2019 This result and associated target are no longer applicable due to alternative means for dissemination such as social media, and magazine articles. POLAR is finalizing revised program indicators with baselines and targets for Fall 2017 to more effectively communicate program performance as part of the Treasury Board Departmental Results Framework process.
Canadian High Arctic Research Station Canada has world-class Arctic science and technology to support the development and stewardship of Canada’s North and is recognized as a leader on circumpolar research issues. Polar Knowledge Application Outreach and Capacity Building Northern youth and the domestic and international science and policy community are made aware of Canadian world class knowledge on Arctic science and technology and current and future job opportunities at the Station. Percentage of activities for outreach and capacity building. Percentage 20 . 46 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Target surpassed, given that a higher proportion of program activities included an outreach or capacity building component. POLAR is finalizing revised program indicators with baselines and targets for Fall 2017 to more effectively communicate program performance as part of the Treasury Board Departmental Results Framework process.
Canadian High Arctic Research Station Canada has world-class Arctic science and technology to support the development and stewardship of Canada’s North and is recognized as a leader on circumpolar research issues. Polar Knowledge Application Outreach and Capacity Building Northern youth and the domestic and international science and policy community are made aware of Canadian world class knowledge on Arctic science and technology and current and future job opportunities at the Station. Percentage of job opportunities in the North Percentage 60 . 51 Target no longer applicable Mar-2018 In 2018-19, POLAR will be at or near capacity with respect to resouces available to support FTEs at its Cambrige Bay, Nunavut headquarters. POLAR is finalizing revised program indicators with baselines and targets for Fall 2017 to more effectively communicate program performance as part of the Treasury Board Departmental Results Framework process.
Canadian High Arctic Research Station Canada has world-class Arctic science and technology to support the development and stewardship of Canada’s North and is recognized as a leader on circumpolar research issues. Science and Technology for the North Science and Monitoring Projects funded by POLAR and carried out by external recipients strengthen northern capacity and leadership in science and monitoring. Percentage of projects/sites and activities targeted to science and monitoring completed by external recipients. Percentage . 100 49 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019
Canadian High Arctic Research Station Canada has world-class Arctic science and technology to support the development and stewardship of Canada’s North and is recognized as a leader on circumpolar research issues. Science and Technology for the North Technology Development and Transfer Solutions to Arctic challenges are developed by a combination of traditional knowledge and science and technology. Percentage of G&C’s directly targeted for Northern technology development. Percentage 45 . 15 Target no longer applicable Mar-2018 POLAR is finalizing revised program indicators with baselines and targets for Fall 2017 to more effectively communicate program performance as part of the Treasury Board Departmental Results Framework process.
Canadian Human Rights Commission Equality of opportunity and respect for human rights. Human Rights Program Equality of opportunity and protection from discrimination in Canada # of Canadians who have been protected by and/or informed about the CHRA and the EEA Number 1200000 . 2260000 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canadian Human Rights Commission Equality of opportunity and respect for human rights. Human Rights Program Equality of opportunity in the workplace % of employers with more successful results, improving or in compliance when notified of an EE assessment Percentage 80 . 72.2 Target no longer applicable Mar-2017 As of July 2016, a decision was made to change the program delivery model. As such, no new employers were notified, starting September 2016. A new indicator and targets are currently in development to support a new horizontal audit model.
Canadian Human Rights Commission Equality of opportunity and respect for human rights. Human Rights Program The system for human rights justice is accessible to Canadians % of complaints concluded by the Commission Percentage 90 . 97 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research Canada is a world leader in the creation, dissemination and application of health research knowledge Investigator-Initiated Health Research Operating Support CIHR funded health research advances health research knowledge Percent of CIHR operating support grants reporting creation of new health knowledge Percentage 94 . 94 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 CIHR met the 2016–17 target by supporting grants of which 94% reported having created new knowledge. This is consistent with the 2015–16 Departmental Performance Report (DPR) result of 93%.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research Canada is a world leader in the creation, dissemination and application of health research knowledge Investigator-Initiated Health Research Operating Support CIHR funded health research results in knowledge translation Percent of CIHR operating support grants reporting translation of knowledge Percentage 60 . 64 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 CIHR met the 2016–17 target by supporting grants of which 64% reported having translated knowledge. This is consistent with the 2015–16 DPR result of 62%.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research Canada is a world leader in the creation, dissemination and application of health research knowledge Investigator-Initiated Health Research Operating Support CIHR-funded health research findings contribute to health care system improvements Percent of CIHR operating support grants reporting contributions to strengthening the Canadian health care system Percentage 30 . 26 Attention Required Mar-2017 CIHR increased its target in 2016–17 RPP from 25% to 30%. CIHR was close to meet the 2016–17 target by supporting grants of which 26% reported having contributed to strengthening the Canadian health care system. This is consistent with the 2015–16 DPR result of 26%.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research Canada is a world leader in the creation, dissemination and application of health research knowledge Investigator-Initiated Health Research Training and Career Support Health researchers receive training and career support through CIHR funding Total number of researchers supported through training and career support awards by CIHR Number 2450 . 2302 Attention Required Mar-2017 CIHR increased its target in 2016–17 RPP from 2200 to 2,450. In 2016–17 CIHR supported 2,302 researchers through Career and Training Support Sub-program, which is lower than the aspirational 2016–17 target by 5.9%.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research Canada is a world leader in the creation, dissemination and application of health research knowledge Investigator-Initiated Health Research Training and Career Support Investing in health researchers builds Canada’s health research capacity Canada’s ranking among G7 nations for health researchers per thousand workforce Number 2 . 5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 In 2013, Canada was ranked 5th among the G7 (last data available) which is lower than previous year.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research Canada is a world leader in the creation, dissemination and application of health research knowledge Priority-Driven Health Research Horizontal Health Research Initiatives CIHR-funded research findings contribute to more effective health services and products Percent of CIHR horizontal health research initiative grants reporting contributions to more effective health services and products Percentage 52 . 44 Attention Required Mar-2017 In 2016–17, 44% of CIHR grants reported having contributed to more effective health services and products, which is lower than the 2016–17 RPP target. The variance is mainly due to the increase in reports available for this measure resulting in an unanticipated fluctuation. This is consistent with the 2015–16 DPR result of 41%.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research Canada is a world leader in the creation, dissemination and application of health research knowledge Priority-Driven Health Research Horizontal Health Research Initiatives Government and external stakeholders invest in horizontal health research initiatives Ratio of financial contributions leveraged from horizontal health research initiatives ($ leveraged per $ granted) Dollar 0.66 . 0.91 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 CIHR exceeded the 2016–17 target by leveraging $0.91 for every dollar it invested. This result is an increase from the 2015–16 DPR result of $0.72 mainly due to SPOR.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research Canada is a world leader in the creation, dissemination and application of health research knowledge Priority-Driven Health Research Horizontal Health Research Initiatives Horizontal initiative research results in knowledge translation Percent of horizontal health research initiative grants reporting translation of knowledge Percentage 85 . 81 Attention Required Mar-2017 In 2016–17, given CIHR has only been tracking this information for three fiscal years, a review of the target methodology has been completed to align with historical data. As a result, 81% of horizontal initiatives reported translating knowledge which is close to the 2016–17 target. This is consistent with the 2015–16 result of 82%* when it is calculated with the new methodology.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research Canada is a world leader in the creation, dissemination and application of health research knowledge Priority-Driven Health Research Institute-Driven Initiatives Partners invest in institute-driven research Ratio of financial contributions leveraged from institute-driven initiatives ($ leveraged per $ granted) Dollar 0.39 . 0.44 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 CIHR met the 2016–17 target by leveraging $0.44 for every dollar it invested through the Institute-Driven Initiatives Sub-program. This is an increase from the 2015–16 DPR results of $0.34.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research Canada is a world leader in the creation, dissemination and application of health research knowledge Priority-Driven Health Research Institute-Driven Initiatives Stakeholders collaborate on institute-driven research Percent of institute-driven initiative grants reporting stakeholder involvement in the research process Percentage 85 . 87 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 CIHR met the 2016–17 target by supporting grants of which 87% reported having stakeholder involvement in the research process. This is lower than 2015–16 DPR result.
Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Secretariat Senior-level intergovernmental conference services are professionally and successfully delivered. Conference Services Clients’ and conference participants’ conference needs identified and addressed accordingly. Client satisfaction levels for the full range of CICS services provided in support of PT and FPT conferences. Percentage 90 . 86.7 Attention Required Mar-2017 In 2016-17, CICS continued to introduce new technologies as part of its suite of conference services. Some minor disruptions occurred as part of the transition and these had an effect on client satisfaction rates. Moving forward, CICS will continue to respond to client concerns and adapt its services as required, while resolving any remaining issues.
Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Secretariat Senior-level intergovernmental conference services are professionally and successfully delivered. Conference Services Professionally planned and supported conferences, including effectively addressing unforeseen challenges. Client satisfaction levels for the full range of CICS services provided in support of PT and FPT conferences. Percentage 90 . 94.4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency Developed and diversified territorial economies that support prosperity for all Northerners. Economic Development Business Development Increased northern business activity. Growth in GDP Narratative Description . . Growth rate in GDP that is equal to or better than the Canadian annual growth rate . 3.6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency Developed and diversified territorial economies that support prosperity for all Northerners. Economic Development Business Development Increased northern business activity. Northern Economic Diversification Index (NEDI) Number 87 89 88.57 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency Developed and diversified territorial economies that support prosperity for all Northerners. Economic Development Business Development Increased northern business activity. Percentage of Northern and Aboriginal (individual or community-owned) businesses supported by the Agency that are still operating after three years. Percentage 38 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency Developed and diversified territorial economies that support prosperity for all Northerners. Economic Development Community Development Economically sustainable northern communities Percentage improvement in labour market participation by Northerners. Narratative Description . . Improvement rate that is equal to or greater than the annual Canadian rate 1.3 1.3 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Northern participation rose by 1.3% compared with the national rate that contracted by 0.1%
Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency Developed and diversified territorial economies that support prosperity for all Northerners. Economic Development Community Development Economically sustainable northern communities Percentage of CanNor’s investments into economic infrastructure studies that lead to infrastructure projects within 5 years. Percentage 33 100 56 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency Developed and diversified territorial economies that support prosperity for all Northerners. Economic Development Community Development Economically sustainable northern communities Self-sustaining Aboriginal communities as reflected in the proportion of Aboriginal economic development community planning investments relative to business investments. Narratative Description . . Year-over-year increase business investments relative to community planning investments . CanNor decreased its support of Indigenous
businesses under NAEOP by $1,188,938 while funding
community economic planning initiatives increased by $2,044,393
Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency Developed and diversified territorial economies that support prosperity for all Northerners. Policy and Alignment Coordination and Alignment Increased effectiveness and transparency in the management of federal environmental approval processes and other federal administrative processes Percent of project agreements provided to federal regulators within 1 month of the project being submitted for screening with a northern regulatory board. Percentage 90 100 . Target no longer applicable Mar-2017 N/A: NPMO is exploring more efficient governance mechanisms such as a renewed MOU with federal departments and appropriate Crown Consultation Models for each territory.
Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency Developed and diversified territorial economies that support prosperity for all Northerners. Policy and Alignment Policy and Advocacy Well informed evidence-based policy decisions reflecting opportunities and challenges of the Northern economy while considering business and community development potential and best practices. Assessment of CanNor’s performance as determined in audits and evaluations. Narratative Description . . Positive assessment . The November 2016 NABEP evaluation reaffirmed that NABEP is considered  relevant, continues to meet its mandate and is well aligned with Government of Canada priorities. NABEP received renewed funding over 3  years in Budget 2017. Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 [i] Source: Statistics Canada, CANSIM, Table 282-0123
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Safe and secure nuclear installations and processes used solely for peaceful purposes and an informed public on the effectiveness of Canada’s nuclear regulatory regime Nuclear Fuel Cycle Nuclear Processing Facilities Nuclear processing facilities are regulated to protect the health, safety and security of Canadians and the environment. Percentage of nuclear processing facilities that receive a rating of satisfactory or above. Percentage . 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Safe and secure nuclear installations and processes used solely for peaceful purposes and an informed public on the effectiveness of Canada’s nuclear regulatory regime Nuclear Fuel Cycle Nuclear Waste Management Facilities Nuclear waste management facilities are regulated to protect the health, safety and security of Canadians and the environment. Percentage of nuclear waste management facilities that receive a rating of satisfactory or above Percentage . 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Safe and secure nuclear installations and processes used solely for peaceful purposes and an informed public on the effectiveness of Canada’s nuclear regulatory regime Nuclear Fuel Cycle Uranium Mines and Mills Uranium mines and mills are regulated to protect the health, safety and security of Canadians and the environment. Percentage of uranium mines and mills facilities that receive a rating of satisfactory or above Percentage . 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Safe and secure nuclear installations and processes used solely for peaceful purposes and an informed public on the effectiveness of Canada’s nuclear regulatory regime Nuclear Non-Proliferation Domestic and International Arrangements Establish, maintain and implement domestic and international arrangements concerning the control of nuclear energy, including those pertaining to the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, the international transfer of nuclear goods, and regulatory cooperation on nuclear safety Percentage of annual inventory reports of Canadian obligated nuclear goods and technology that are confirmed as meeting CNSC requirements Percentage . 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Safe and secure nuclear installations and processes used solely for peaceful purposes and an informed public on the effectiveness of Canada’s nuclear regulatory regime Nuclear Non-Proliferation Import and Export Nuclear goods are exported solely for peaceful purposes. Percentage of goods exported solely for peaceful purposes Percentage . 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Safe and secure nuclear installations and processes used solely for peaceful purposes and an informed public on the effectiveness of Canada’s nuclear regulatory regime Nuclear Non-Proliferation Safeguards Provide assurance to Canadians and the international community on the absence of declared nuclear material diversion, and the absence of undeclared nuclear material and activities in Canada. Percentage of nuclear material reports submitted that are confirmed as meeting requirements with Canada’s international commitments Percentage . 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Safe and secure nuclear installations and processes used solely for peaceful purposes and an informed public on the effectiveness of Canada’s nuclear regulatory regime Nuclear Reactors Nuclear Power Plants Nuclear power plants are regulated to protect the health, safety and security of Canadians and the environment. Percentage of nuclear power plant facilities that receive a rating of satisfactory or above Percentage . 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Safe and secure nuclear installations and processes used solely for peaceful purposes and an informed public on the effectiveness of Canada’s nuclear regulatory regime Nuclear Reactors Research Reactors Research reactors are regulated to protect the health, safety and security of Canadians and the environment. Percentage of research reactor facilities that receive a rating of satisfactory or above. Percentage . 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Safe and secure nuclear installations and processes used solely for peaceful purposes and an informed public on the effectiveness of Canada’s nuclear regulatory regime Nuclear Substances and Prescribed Equipment Academic and Research Sector Nuclear substances and prescribed equipment used in the academic and research sector are regulated to protect the health, safety and security of Canadians and the environment. Percentage of academic and research facilities that receive a rating of satisfactory or above Percentage . 100 98.68 Target no longer applicable Mar-2017 Percentage is based on the total percentage of facilities licenced by the Nuclear Substances and Prescribed Equipment program. No breakdown by sector is available.
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Safe and secure nuclear installations and processes used solely for peaceful purposes and an informed public on the effectiveness of Canada’s nuclear regulatory regime Nuclear Substances and Prescribed Equipment Commercial Sector Nuclear substances and prescribed equipment used in the commercial sector are regulated to protect the health, safety and security of Canadians and the environment. Percentage of commercial facilities that receive a rating of satisfactory or above Percentage . 100 98.68 Target no longer applicable Mar-2017 Percentage is based on the total percentage of facilities licenced by the Nuclear Substances and Prescribed Equipment program. No breakdown by sector is available.
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Safe and secure nuclear installations and processes used solely for peaceful purposes and an informed public on the effectiveness of Canada’s nuclear regulatory regime Nuclear Substances and Prescribed Equipment Dosimetry Services Dosimetry services are regulated to protect the health and safety of nuclear energy workers. Percentage of independent tests passed by licensees Percentage . 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Safe and secure nuclear installations and processes used solely for peaceful purposes and an informed public on the effectiveness of Canada’s nuclear regulatory regime Nuclear Substances and Prescribed Equipment Industrial Sector Nuclear substances and prescribed equipment used in the industrial sector are regulated to protect the health, safety and security of Canadians and the environment. Number of industrial facilities that receive a rating of satisfactory or above Percentage . 100 98.68 Target no longer applicable Mar-2017 Percentage is based on the total percentage of facilities licenced by the Nuclear Substances and Prescribed Equipment program. No breakdown by sector is available.
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Safe and secure nuclear installations and processes used solely for peaceful purposes and an informed public on the effectiveness of Canada’s nuclear regulatory regime Nuclear Substances and Prescribed Equipment Medical Sector Nuclear substances and prescribed equipment used in the medical sector are regulated to protect the health, safety and security of Canadians and the environment. Percentage of medical facilities that receive a rating of satisfactory or above Percentage . 100 98.68 Target no longer applicable Mar-2017 Percentage is based on the total percentage of facilities licenced by the Nuclear Substances and Prescribed Equipment program. No breakdown by sector is available.
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Safe and secure nuclear installations and processes used solely for peaceful purposes and an informed public on the effectiveness of Canada’s nuclear regulatory regime Nuclear Substances and Prescribed Equipment Packaging and Transport Nuclear substances are packaged and transported safely to protect the health, safety and security of Canadians and the environment. Number of incidents in transport resulting in an individual receiving a dose rate above the limit for members of the public of one milisievert per year Number . 0 1 Attention Required Mar-2017 Members of the public received unnecessary doses as a result of being passengers in a vehicle that was also transporting packages containing nuclear substances in non-compliance with regulatory requirements. This incident was presented to the Commission on December 14, 2016.
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Safe and secure nuclear installations and processes used solely for peaceful purposes and an informed public on the effectiveness of Canada’s nuclear regulatory regime Scientific, Technical, Regulatory and Public Information Public Engagement and Outreach The Canadian public has access to credible and understandable information across multiple media. Outreach program participants (e.g. aboriginal groups, schools, etc.) agree that outreach activity influenced their understanding of safety, security etc. Measure: % of participants surveyed that agree outreach program positively impacted their understand Narratative Description . . Baseline being developed . Pilot project at the Science Teachers Association of Ontario 2016 conference
Of 120 surveys completed:
• 60% of respondents had never heard about the CNSC
• 28% of participants knew about the CNSC’s educational tools, and half of this group had used them in the past
Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Safe and secure nuclear installations and processes used solely for peaceful purposes and an informed public on the effectiveness of Canada’s nuclear regulatory regime Scientific, Technical, Regulatory and Public Information Regulatory Framework Regulatory requirements and guidance supports nuclear safety. Licensee views on clarity of the regulatory framework Measure:% of licensees, broken down by service line/sub-program, agreeing the regulatory framework is clear, based on survey focus group of individuals responsible for license submissions Narratative Description . . Baseline being developed . Not available Result not available Mar-2018 Data was not collected due to a resource focus on completing the elements that comprise the CNSC regulatory framework, and the development of a performance measurement program for the CNSC regulatory framework in 2015-16.
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Safe and secure nuclear installations and processes used solely for peaceful purposes and an informed public on the effectiveness of Canada’s nuclear regulatory regime Scientific, Technical, Regulatory and Public Information Research The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission addresses gaps and uncertainties in its regulatory knowledge base. Percentage of research projects completed that were used in: - The regulatory framework (including standards development); - Commission hearings; - Other technical assessments by CNSC staff Narratative Description . . Baseline being developed 26 26 Target no longer applicable Mar-2017 Resource constraints impaired the CNSC’s ability to analyze the use of research projects completed by specialists in the 2016-17 fiscal year. This information may become available in the 2017-18 Departmental Results Report.
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Safe and secure nuclear installations and processes used solely for peaceful purposes and an informed public on the effectiveness of Canada’s nuclear regulatory regime Scientific, Technical, Regulatory and Public Information Scientific and Technical Information Scientific and technical information supports regulatory decision-making. Number of papers and conference presentations by CNSC staff Narratative Description . . Baseline being developed . 71 Target no longer applicable Mar-2017 In 2015-16, only papers and presentations posted to the external website were recorded; in 2017-18 all papers and presentations were recorded.
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Canadians have access to a world-class communication system. Canadian Content Creation Compelling Canadian Content Compelling Canadian programming is created Average percentage of radio listening is to Canadian content Percentage 50 . 53 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Canadians have access to a world-class communication system. Canadian Content Creation Compelling Canadian Content Compelling Canadian programming is created Percentage of total television viewing is to Canadian programming Percentage 48 . 49 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Canadians have access to a world-class communication system. Canadian Content Creation Diverse Canadian Content Diverse Canadian programming is created and broadcast Percentage of examined undertakings compliant with regulatory requirements regarding broadcast of Canadian programming Percentage 90 . 88 Attention Required Mar-2017 Broadcasting undertakings are examined on a cyclical basis in line with licence renewals.  This particular period included examination of many independent undertakings.  Unlike the larger broadcasting groups, the independents tend to be smaller players with less resources to monitor and ensure compliance.  Examination of these undertakings through compliance audits signals the need for non-compliant undertakings to explain and, where necessary, correct the shortfall at time of licence renewal or face consequences, such as a shorter licence renewal period.
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Canadians have access to a world-class communication system. Canadian Content Creation Diverse Canadian Content Diverse Canadian programming is created and broadcast Percentage of examined undertakings compliant with regulatory requirements to spend and/or contribute to funds or initiatives supporting Canadian content creation Percentage 90 . 96 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Canadians have access to a world-class communication system. Connection to the Communication System Affordable Communication Services Consumers have communication service choices Percentage of households that have access to three or more broadcasting distribution undertakings Percentage 95 . 94 Attention Required Aug-2016 This target was set as an aspirational goal, has steadily grown, and has largely been met in other terms. Rollout of IPTV has allowed Canadians in urban centers increasing access to three types of distributors (cable, satellite and IPTV), while those in rural areas generally have a choice of satellite and, to a lesser extent, cable (due to lack of an economic case for deploying IPTV in sparsely populated areas).
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Canadians have access to a world-class communication system. Connection to the Communication System Affordable Communication Services Consumers have communication service choices Percentage of households that have access to three or more service providers for broadband Internet service Percentage 95 . 99 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Canadians have access to a world-class communication system. Connection to the Communication System Quality communication services Quality and accessible communication services Percentage of examined undertakings in compliance with regulatory requirements regarding accessibility Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Canadians have access to a world-class communication system. Connection to the Communication System Quality communication services Quality and accessible communication services Percentage of households that have access to broadband speeds of at least 5 megabits per second (Mbps) downstream and 1 Mbps upstream Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Canadians have access to a world-class communication system. Connection to the Communication System Quality communication services Quality and accessible communication services Percentage of retail quality of service indicators met by local telephone companies Percentage 95 . 90 Attention Required Dec-2016 Local telephone companies met their retail quality of service indicators in 90% of the cases, missing the overall target by 5 percentage points. This shortfall was essentially due to most companies recording declines in their performance indicators, with the largest declines being caused by weather and staffing issues. Of note, in the vast majority of cases, any indicators missed were by only marginal amounts.
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Canadians have access to a world-class communication system. Protection within the Communication System Safety-enhancing communication services Communication service providers offer safety-enhancing services Percentage of broadcasters participating in public alerting system Percentage 80 . 88 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Canadians have access to a world-class communication system. Protection within the Communication System Safety-enhancing communication services Communication service providers offer safety-enhancing services Percentage of facilities-based telecommunication service providers in compliance with 911 requirements Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Canadians have access to a world-class communication system. Protection within the Communication System Unsolicited commercial communications Unsolicited commercial communications violations are reduced Percentage of organizations that remain compliant within 12 months after compliance/enforcement action taken Percentage 80 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Canadians have access to a world-class communication system. Protection within the Communication System Unsolicited commercial communications Unsolicited commercial communications violations are reduced Percentage of unsolicited commercial messages (spam) reduced within 12 month period Percentage 10 . . Result not available Mar-2017 While it appears that the volume of incoming spam to Canadians maintained a steady pace, it has not been possible to collect reliable data on this front.  Accordingly, it is not possible to report accurately against this indicator.  In the CRTC’s new Departmental Results Framework, a more appropriate and measurable performance indicator has been established to help assess the extent to which the CRTC’s activities in this area are achieving their objective.
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Future Canadian Space Capacity Qualifying and Testing Services R-1. Test results of space hardware prove to be reliable in demonstrating suitability for launch and space environment. Ind-1. Percentage of Client satisfaction towards the quality of the services provided. Percentage 95 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Future Canadian Space Capacity Space Expertise and Proficiency R-1. A pool of space experts and professionals is sustained and enhanced. Ind-1. Number of scientists and engineers involved through opportunities provided by the program. Number 300 . 298 Attention Required Mar-2017 Year end result (298 scientific and engineer participating in opportunities offered by the program) is inside a threshold of +/- 1% from the target (300).
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Future Canadian Space Capacity Space Expertise and Proficiency R-2. Research is conducted in priority areas. Ind-1. Number of research projects conducted through opportunities provided by the program. Number 30 . 42 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Future Canadian Space Capacity Space Expertise and Proficiency R-3. Advancement of Science and Technology solutions for future space initiative. Ind-1. Number of peer-reviewed papers, reports and conference proceedings acknowledging CSA support. Number 350 . 424 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Future Canadian Space Capacity Space Innovation and Market Access Enabling Technology Development R-1. Increased technological capability of Canadian industry. Ind-1. Number of different technologies addressed. Number 65 . 87 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Future Canadian Space Capacity Space Innovation and Market Access International Market Access R-1.Canadian investments through the European Space Agency (ESA) Agreement allow Canadian industry to access the institutional European market. Ind-1. Canadian industrial return coefficient (Ratio between the actual value of contracts awarded by ESA to Canadian organizations and the ideal value of contracts awarded by ESA to Canadian organizations). Percentage 91 . 114 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Future Canadian Space Capacity Space Innovation and Market Access International Market Access R-2. The Canadian industry has access to flight opportunities for its space technologies and components. Ind-1. Number of technologies or components developed by Canadian industry which have been space qualified and/or have acquired flight heritage through Canada’s participation in ESA programs. Number 5 . 6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Data, Information and Services Earth Orbit Satellite Missions and Technology Communications Missions R-1. Satellites provide communications services that respond to the expressed needs of GoC organizations. Ind-1. Number of Satellite Communication missions/instruments in operation. Number 1 . 1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Data, Information and Services Earth Orbit Satellite Missions and Technology Communications Missions R-1. Satellites provide communications services that respond to the expressed needs of GoC organizations. Ind-2.Number of GoC organizations using data from satellite communication missions. Number 1 . 1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Data, Information and Services Earth Orbit Satellite Missions and Technology Earth Observation Missions R-1. Earth observation missions provide GoC organizations and research institutions with data and information. Ind-1. Number of GoC programs provided with CSA-enabled data and images from Earth observation missions. Number 42 . 40 Attention Required Mar-2017 The number of GoC programs decreased in 2016–17 due to the reduction or consolidation of some of their Program Alignment Architecture (PAA) programs.
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Data, Information and Services Earth Orbit Satellite Missions and Technology Earth Observation Missions R-1. Earth observation missions provide GoC organizations and research institutions with data and information. Ind-2. Number of research institutions provided with CSA-enabled data and images from Earth observation missions. Number 15 . 18 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Data, Information and Services Earth Orbit Satellite Missions and Technology Earth Observation Missions R-1. Earth observation missions provide GoC organizations and research institutions with data and information. Ind-3. Number of CSA-enabled Earth observation data users. Number 70 . 88 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Data, Information and Services Earth Orbit Satellite Missions and Technology Scientific Missions R-1. Sun-Earth system scientific space missions reflect GoC organizations and research institutions priorities. Ind-1.Number of Sun-Earth system scientific missions/instruments in operation. Number 20 . 20 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Data, Information and Services Earth Orbit Satellite Missions and Technology Scientific Missions R-1. Sun-Earth system scientific space missions reflect GoC organizations and research institutions priorities. Ind-2. Number of Canadian and international organizations participating in CSA’s Sun-Earth system scientific missions. Number 130 . 82 Attention Required Mar-2017 The number of Canadian and international organizations are compiled from information supplied by researchers in response to an annual survey.
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Data, Information and Services Ground Infrastructure Data Handling R-1. Satellite data are provided to GoC organizations and research institutions. Ind-1. Number of RADARSAT-2 images delivered to GoC organizations and other customers. Number 24000 . 31306 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Data, Information and Services Ground Infrastructure Data Handling R-1. Satellite data are provided to GoC organizations and research institutions. Ind-2. Number of validated and used instruments in Sun-Earth system sciences. Number 21 . 21 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Data, Information and Services Ground Infrastructure Data Handling R-1. Satellite data are provided to GoC organizations and research institutions. Ind-3. Number of RADARSAT-1 archived images delivered to GoC and other customers. Number 100 . 533 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Data, Information and Services Ground Infrastructure Satellite Operations R-1. The CSA’s satellites are functioning as per operational requirements. Ind-1. Percentage of space system availability. Percentage 80 . 62 Attention Required Mar-2017 NEOSSat was not operational during year 2016–17. Two major system anomalies were successfully repaired during the year, restoring NEOSSat’s ability to acquire data in April 2017.
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Data, Information and Services Ground Infrastructure Satellite Operations R-1. The CSA’s satellites are functioning as per operational requirements. Ind-2. Number of Canadian satellites operated by the CSA, as per operational requirements. Number 3 . 3 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Data, Information and Services Ground Infrastructure Satellite Operations R-2. Foreign satellite missions are supported. Ind-1. Number of foreign satellites supported by ground infrastructure operations. Number 3 . 4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Data, Information and Services Space Data, Imagery and Services Utilization Development Communications Services Utilization R-1. Enhanced GoC organizations ability to use communications space assets. Ind-1. Number of communications application development activities supported. Number 0 . 6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The variance can be explained by the fact that the funds to support application development for Space-based Automatic Identification System (S-AIS) were only allocated in June 2016.
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Data, Information and Services Space Data, Imagery and Services Utilization Development Earth Observation Data and Imagery Utilization R-1. The ability of GoC organizations, research institutions and industry to turn Earth Observation data into useable products and services, is enhanced. Ind-1. Number of Earth Observation applications developed. Number 35 . 25 Attention Required Mar-2017 The variance of expenses related to SOAR applications developed is mainly due to delays in the signing of grant agreements.
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Data, Information and Services Space Data, Imagery and Services Utilization Development Earth Observation Data and Imagery Utilization R-1. The ability of GoC organizations, research institutions and industry to turn Earth Observation data into useable products and services, is enhanced. Ind-2. Number of CSA-enabled peer-reviewed papers related to data utilization produced in research institutions and R&D community in Canada. Number 10 . 14 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Data, Information and Services Space Data, Imagery and Services Utilization Development Scientific Data Utilization R-1. Enhanced scientific community ability to use scientific data. Ind-1. Number of Sun-Earth system scientific data activities supported. Number 15 . 39 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Exploration Exploration Missions and Technology Advanced Exploration Technology Development R-1. Maturing science, technology and operational solutions for planning and strategic positioning purposes. Ind-1. Number of science, technology and operational solutions that are under development in conformity with the orientations and conclusions of the Canadian Space Exploration plan. Number 3 . 3 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Exploration Exploration Missions and Technology Planetary Missions R-1. Canadian know-how and expertise allow Canada to participate in planetary exploration missions. Ind-1. Number of technological and scientific solutions being developed by the CSA in the context of planetary exploration missions. Number 1 . 1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Exploration Exploration Missions and Technology Space Astronomy Missions R-1. Canadian know-how and expertise allow Canada to lead or participate in international space astronomy missions. Ind-1. Number of technological and scientific solutions being developed by the CSA in the context of astronomy missions. Number 1 . 2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Exploration Human Space Missions and Support Astronaut Training and Missions R-1.Canadian astronauts Corps is ready to assume any responsibilities on an expedition to the International Space Station (ISS). Ind-1. Number of astronaut activities undertaken in preparation for eventual ISS mission assignments. Number 3 . 3 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Exploration Human Space Missions and Support Health and Life Sciences R-1. Performance of space life sciences studies with potential benefits for Canadians and to enable human exploration of space. Ind-1. Number of activities aimed at the understanding and mitigation of risks to humans associated with spaceflight. Number 8 . 10 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Exploration Human Space Missions and Support Health and Life Sciences R-1. Performance of space life sciences studies with potential benefits for Canadians and to enable human exploration of space. Ind-2. Number of partnerships addressing potential terrestrial healthcare solutions. Number 2 . 2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Exploration Human Space Missions and Support Operational Space Medicine R-1. Astronauts’ health is optimized to meet mission requirements. Ind-1. Number of active astronauts medically certified for ISS assignment and duties. Number 2 . 2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Exploration Human Space Missions and Support Operational Space Medicine R-2. Astronauts’ long-term health is monitored following their active careers. Ind-1. Percentage of eligible astronauts participating in their long-term health monitoring. Percentage 80 . 75 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual result was slightly lower than planned target.
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Exploration International Space Station (ISS) International Space Station Assembly and Maintenance Operations R-1. The Canadian contribution (Mobile Services System) meets the planned operational requirements identified in the ISS Increment Definition Requirements Document (IDRD) in accordance with the Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) and the NASA/CSA Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). Ind-1. Percentage of operational requirements fulfilled. Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Exploration International Space Station (ISS) International Space Station Utilization R-1. Optimal utilization of the International Space Station (ISS). Ind-1. Percentage of programmatic objectives achieved through ISS utilization. Percentage 85 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Exploration International Space Station (ISS) International Space Station Utilization R-1. Optimal utilization of the International Space Station (ISS). Ind-2. Number of Canadian stakeholders involved in activities on the ISS. Number 9 . 10 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Space Agency Canada’s exploration of space, provision of space services and development of its space capacity meet the nation’s needs for scientific knowledge, innovation and information. Space Exploration International Space Station (ISS) International Space Station Utilization R-1. Optimal utilization of the International Space Station (ISS). Ind-3. Proportion of ISS resources used. Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Aviation occurrence investigations Aviation occurrence investigations are efficient Average time for completing investigation reports Number . 450 656 Attention Required Mar-2018 In order to improve performance, a more structured and robust project management process was implemented in 2016-17, along with enhanced measures for tracking the progress of investigations. A greater emphasis is being placed on teamwork and the assignment of investigation tasks is done in a manner that better leverages all personnel across the country. Measurable progress towards the achievement of report timeliness targets is expected to be achieved by March 2018.
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Aviation occurrence investigations Aviation occurrence investigations are efficient Percentage of investigations completed within the published target time Percentage 65 . 15 Attention Required Mar-2018 In order to improve performance, a more structured and robust project management process was implemented in 2016-17, along with enhanced measures for tracking the progress of investigations. A greater emphasis is being placed on teamwork and the assignment of investigation tasks is done in a manner that better leverages all personnel across the country. Measurable progress towards the achievement of report timeliness targets is expected to be achieved by March 2018.
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Aviation occurrence investigations Aviation transportation system is safer Aviation accident rate (over 10 year period) Narratative Description . . Continue downward trend in accident rate . Met: There has been a significant downward trend in the accident rate for Canadian-registered aircraft over the past 10 years.

The aviation accident rate in 2016 was 4.5 accidents per 100,000 hours flown, below the 10-year average of 5.7.
Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Aviation occurrence investigations Aviation transportation system is safer Number of fatal aviation accidents (over 10 year period) Narratative Description . . Reduction in number of fatalities . Met: The number of fatal accidents was 29, below the 10 year average of 33.9 and fatalities in 2016 totaled 45, lower than the 10-year average of 58. Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Aviation occurrence investigations Safety deficiencies in the aviation industry are addressed Average time recommendations have been outstanding (active and dormant recommendations) Number . 7 14.2 Attention Required Mar-2018 Progress is very slow due to the systemic nature and complexity of some of the issues to be addressed, the complexity of the regulatory process, the need to harmonize standards with other countries, and a lack of buy-in from the regulators and industry stakeholders. Progress made by Transport Canada (TC) in addressing recommendations has been very slow. TSB will continue to work closely with TC to address the outstanding recommendations and seek to achieve more timely safety action.
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Aviation occurrence investigations Safety deficiencies in the aviation industry are addressed Percentage of responses to recommendations assessed as fully satisfactory (since TSB’s creation) Percentage 65 . 64 Attention Required Mar-2017 Progress is very slow due to the systemic nature and complexity of some of the issues to be addressed, the complexity of the regulatory process, the need to harmonize standards with other countries, and a lack of buy-in from the regulators and industry stakeholders. Progress made by Transport Canada (TC) in addressing recommendations has been very slow. TSB will continue to work with TC to address the outstanding recommendations and seek to achieve more timely safety action.
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Aviation occurrence investigations Safety deficiencies in the aviation industry are addressed Percentage of safety advisories on which safety actions have been taken Percentage 60 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Marine occurrence investigations Marine occurrence investigations are efficient Average time for completing investigation reports Number . 450 438 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Marine occurrence investigations Marine occurrence investigations are efficient Percentage of investigations completed within the published target time Percentage 85 . 43 Attention Required Mar-2017 The percentage of investigations completed within the published target time dropped from 73% in 2015-16 to 43% in 2016-17. Due primarily to an increase in accidents and incidents last year, more work than usual was undertaken in 2016-17. A few larger and more complex investigations were also conducted in 2016-17. Once the workload surge is dealt with, the TSB expects to fully meet this performance target in 2018-19.
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Marine occurrence investigations Marine transportation system is safer Marine accident rate (over 10 year period) Narratative Description . . Reduction in accident rate . Met: 2016 accident rates for Canadian flag commercial vessels, for foreign commercial non-fishing vessels, and for fishing vessels was lower than the 10 year averages. See explanation for figures. Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The marine accident rates in 2016 were:
2.7 accidents per 1,000 vessel movements for Canadian flag commercial vessels, below the 10-year average of 3.0.

1.0 accidents per 1,000 vessel movements for foreign commercial non-fishing vessels, below the 10-year average of 1.5.

6.2 accidents per 1,000 active fishing vessels, below the 10-year average of 6.7.
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Marine occurrence investigations Marine transportation system is safer Number of fatal marine accidents (over 10 year period) Narratative Description . . Reduction in number of fatalities . Met: The number of fatal accidents was 4, below the 10-year average of 13.7 and the number of fatalities in 2016 totaled 7, lower than the 10-year average of 17.5. Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Marine occurrence investigations Safety deficiencies in the marine industry are addressed Average time recommendations have been outstanding (active and dormant recommendations) Number . 7 12.5 Attention Required Mar-2018 The TSB willl renew its efforts to encourage action on this key indicator.
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Marine occurrence investigations Safety deficiencies in the marine industry are addressed Percentage of responses to recommendations assessed as fully satisfactory (since TSB’s creation) Percentage 85 . 84 Attention Required Mar-2017 No attention actually required since the target was met until five new recommendations were issued in December 2016 which resulted in a downward impact on the overall results.
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Marine occurrence investigations Safety deficiencies in the marine industry are addressed Percentage of safety advisories on which safety actions have been taken Percentage 60 . 33 Attention Required Mar-2017 The TSB willl renew its efforts to encourage action on this key indicator.
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Pipeline occurrence investigations Pipeline occurrence investigations are efficient Average time for completing investigation reports Narratative Description . . The target is 450 days average time for completing investigation reports . N/A In fiscal year 2016-17, no investigations were completed.  There were no pipeline accidents in 2015 or 2016. Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Pipeline occurrence investigations Pipeline occurrence investigations are efficient Percentage of investigations completed within the published target time Narratative Description . . The target is 100% of investigations completed within the published target time . N/A In fiscal year 2016-17, no investigations were completed.  There were no pipeline accidents in 2015 or 2016. Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Pipeline occurrence investigations Pipeline system is safer Number of fatal pipeline accidents (over 10 year period) Narratative Description . . No fatalities . Met: There have been no fatal accidents Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Pipeline occurrence investigations Pipeline system is safer Pipeline accident rate (over 10 year period) Narratative Description . . Reduction in accident rate . Met: The 2016 rate was 0 pipeline accidents per exajoule, below the 10-year average of 0.57. Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Pipeline occurrence investigations Safety deficiencies in the pipeline industry are addressed Average time recommendations have been outstanding (active and dormant recommendations) Narratative Description . . There are no outstanding recommendations . At this time, there are no outstanding active Pipeline recommendations - all have been assessed as fully satisfactory. Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Other
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Pipeline occurrence investigations Safety deficiencies in the pipeline industry are addressed Percentage of responses to recommendations assessed as fully satisfactory (since TSB’s creation) Narratative Description . . The target is 100% of responses to recommendations assessed as Fully Satisfactory (since TSB’s creation) . At this time, there are no outstanding active Pipeline recommendations - all have been assessed as fully satisfactory. Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Other
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Pipeline occurrence investigations Safety deficiencies in the pipeline industry are addressed Percentage of safety advisories on which safety actions have been taken Percentage 75 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Rail occurrence investigations Rail occurrence investigations are efficient Average time for completing investigation reports Number . 450 519 Attention Required Mar-2017 The efficiency performance targets for this program were not achieved, partially due to the accumulated workload over the previous 2 years. If the three investigations started in 2014 are removed, the average time to complete rail investigations was 485 days, which is more representative of the program’s performance. As the backlog of investigations files is addressed in 2017-18, additional improvements in these performance targets are expected.
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Rail occurrence investigations Rail occurrence investigations are efficient Percentage of investigations completed within the published target time Percentage 75 . 29 Attention Required Mar-2018 The efficiency performance targets for this program were not achieved, partially due to the accumulated workload over the previous 2 years.  As the backlog of investigations files is addressed in 2017-18, additional improvements in these performance targets are expected.
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Rail occurrence investigations Rail transportation system is safer Number of fatal rail accidents (over 10 year period) Narratative Description . . Reduction in number of fatalities . Met: The number of fatal accidents in 2016 was 62, below the ten-year average of 70.
Rail fatalities totaled 66 in 2016, lower than the 10-year average of 78.
Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Rail occurrence investigations Rail transportation system is safer Rail accident rate (over 10 year period) Narratative Description . . Continue downward trend in accident rate . Not met: The main-track accident rate in 2016 was 2.8 accidents per million main-track train miles, up from the 10-year average of 2.5. Attention Required Mar-2017 The main-track accident rate decreased to 2.8 accidents per million main-track train miles in 2016, down from 3.0 in 2015, but up from the ten-year average of 2.5.
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Rail occurrence investigations Safety deficiencies in the rail industry are addressed Average time recommendations have been outstanding (active and dormant recommendations) Number . 7 6.3 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Rail occurrence investigations Safety deficiencies in the rail industry are addressed Percentage of responses to recommendations assessed as fully satisfactory (since TSB’s creation) Percentage 89 . 88 Attention Required Mar-2017 No attention actually required since the target was met until one new recommendation was issued in February 2017 which resulted in a downward impact on the overall results.
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Risks to the safety of the transportation system are reduced. Rail occurrence investigations Safety deficiencies in the rail industry are addressed Percentage of safety advisories on which safety actions have been taken Percentage 75 . 50 Attention Required Mar-2017 It should be noted that 12 safety advisories were issued during the year.
Canadian Transportation Agency Transparent, fair and timely dispute resolution and economic regulation of the national transportation system. Adjudication and Alternative Dispute Resolution Specialized transportation dispute resolution that is transparent, fair and timely Percentage of rail disputes arbitrated within statutory deadlines (45 to 65 days or longer, as agreed to by the parties) Number 1 . 1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Canadian Transportation Agency Transparent, fair and timely dispute resolution and economic regulation of the national transportation system. Adjudication and Alternative Dispute Resolution Specialized transportation dispute resolution that is transparent, fair and timely Percentage of rail, air, marine, and accessible disputes adjudicated that meet service standards Number 0.8 . 0.71 Attention Required Apr-2017 The variance is attributed largely to the increase in air travel complaints.  Also, certain rail applications adjudicated, due to magnitude and complexity of the issues raised, and the nature of the pleadings process (e.g. oral hearings, additional requests, motions, interrogatories), took greater time, effort, and administration to process and conclude. Finally, an understaffed team where individuals willing and able to work in a stressful environment under a heavy workload proved challenging.
Canadian Transportation Agency Transparent, fair and timely dispute resolution and economic regulation of the national transportation system. Adjudication and Alternative Dispute Resolution Specialized transportation dispute resolution that is transparent, fair and timely Percentage of rail, air, marine, and accessible disputes facilitated that meet service standards Number 0.8 . 0.74 Attention Required Apr-2017 For facilitations, the key driver of variance observed is attributed directly to the significant and sustained increase in air travel complaints received during the latter four months of the reporting period.  Notwithstanding economies and efficiencies achieved, and additional resources re-allocated to the program, delays in processing the high volume of files inevitably occurred, resulting in the 6% variance observed.
Canadian Transportation Agency Transparent, fair and timely dispute resolution and economic regulation of the national transportation system. Adjudication and Alternative Dispute Resolution Specialized transportation dispute resolution that is transparent, fair and timely Percentage of rail, air, marine, and accessible disputes mediated within statutory deadline (30 days or longer, as agreed to by the parties) Number 1 . 1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Canadian Transportation Agency Transparent, fair and timely dispute resolution and economic regulation of the national transportation system. Adjudication and Alternative Dispute Resolution Specialized transportation dispute resolution that is transparent, fair and timely Percentage of undisputed coasting trade applications processed prior to the requested date of service commencement Number 0.95 . 0.97 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Canadian Transportation Agency Transparent, fair and timely dispute resolution and economic regulation of the national transportation system. Economic Regulation CN and CP are provided with the information required to ensure they do not exceed the Maximum Revenue Entitlement for the shipment of Western Grain Number of times that either CN or CP has not exceeded their respective Maximum Revenue Entitlement by more than 1% over the last three years Narratative Description . . Five times out of six times . Maximum Revenue Entitlements not exceeded by more than 1% in past three years Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Canadian Transportation Agency Transparent, fair and timely dispute resolution and economic regulation of the national transportation system. Economic Regulation Service providers (air, rail and marine) comply with legislative requirements Level of compliance with targeted* accessibility provisions in regulations *Targeted regulations and voluntary codes of practice are those which have been identified for compliance monitoring through the application of a risk-based approach Number 0.85 . 0.95 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Canadian Transportation Agency Transparent, fair and timely dispute resolution and economic regulation of the national transportation system. Economic Regulation Service providers (air, rail and marine) comply with legislative requirements Level of compliance with targeted* accessibility provisions in voluntary codes of practice *Targeted regulations and voluntary codes of practice are those which have been identified for compliance monitoring through the application of a risk-based approach Number 0.75 . 0.75 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Canadian Transportation Agency Transparent, fair and timely dispute resolution and economic regulation of the national transportation system. Economic Regulation Service providers (air, rail and marine) comply with legislative requirements Percentage of air and rail carriers complying with the minimum insurance coverage levels within Agency timelines Number 0.95 . 0.95 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Canadian Transportation Agency Transparent, fair and timely dispute resolution and economic regulation of the national transportation system. Economic Regulation Service providers (air, rail and marine) comply with legislative requirements Percentage of air carriers and facility operators complying with regulatory requirements Number 0.8 . 1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing
Canadian Transportation Agency Transparent, fair and timely dispute resolution and economic regulation of the national transportation system. Economic Regulation Service providers (air, rail and marine) comply with legislative requirements Percentage of air carriers that amended their International Terms and Conditions of Carriage for passenger services as a result of Agency actions Number 0.8 . 1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Canadian Transportation Agency Transparent, fair and timely dispute resolution and economic regulation of the national transportation system. Economic Regulation Service providers (air, rail and marine) comply with legislative requirements Percentage of non-compliant air carriers and facility operators that are remedied within 70 days Number 0.9 . 0.95 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing
Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Public Confidence in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Civilian review of RCMP members’ conduct in the performance of their duties Enhanced Accountability to RCMP Contracting Provinces Increased %Contracting Partner Confidence in the RCMP over a two year period Percentage 1 . . Result not available Mar-2018
Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Public Confidence in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Civilian review of RCMP members’ conduct in the performance of their duties Increased Transparency and Public Accountability of the RCMP Increased % of Accepted Recommendations Implemented over a two year period Percentage 1 . . Result not available Mar-2018
Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Public Confidence in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Civilian review of RCMP members’ conduct in the performance of their duties Increased Transparency and Public Accountability of the RCMP Increased % of Public Confidence in the Complaint Process over a two year period Percentage 1 . . Result not available Mar-2018
Copyright Board Fair decision-making to provide proper incentives for the creation and use of copyrighted works. Copyright Tariff Setting and Issuance of Licences Fair decision-making to provide proper incentives for the creation and use of copyrighted works Percentage of licences issued within 45 days Percentage 70 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing All of the Board’s liences were issued within 45 days
Copyright Board Fair decision-making to provide proper incentives for the creation and use of copyrighted works. Copyright Tariff Setting and Issuance of Licences Fair decision-making to provide proper incentives for the creation and use of copyrighted works Percentage of tariff decisions published within 12 months Percentage 70 100 75 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing More than 70% of Board’s decisions were issued within 12 months
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Community Supervision Community Health Services The provision of efficient, effective health services to offenders that encourage individual responsibility, promote healthy reintegration and contribute to safe communities. Of the offenders identified as having a significant mental health need, the number and percentage who received mental health treatment from Correctional Service of Canada in the community Percentage 90 . 73 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual result did not meet minimum target
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Community Supervision Community Health Services The provision of efficient, effective health services to offenders that encourage individual responsibility, promote healthy reintegration and contribute to safe communities. The percentage of offenders who had received mental health treatment from Correctional Service of Canada returning to federal custody during the period of community supervision Percentage . 50 50.2 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded maximum target
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Community Supervision Community Health Services The provision of efficient, effective health services to offenders that encourage individual responsibility, promote healthy reintegration and contribute to safe communities. The percentage of offenders who had received mental health treatment from Correctional Service of Canada returning to federal custody within two years of warrant expiry Percentage . 20 7.2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2016
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Community Supervision Community Management and Security Community management is compliant with policy and law. Rate of critical convictions under supervision (Objective: Zero) Number . 0.78 0.9 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded maximum target
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Community Supervision Community Management and Security Community management is compliant with policy and law. Rate of minor/moderate convictions under supervision. Number . 221.5 140.7 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Community Supervision Community Management and Security Community management is compliant with policy and law. Rate of serious convictions under supervision. Number . 43.6 37.2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Community Supervision Community-based Residential Facilities Community Correctional Centres Higher risk offenders have appropriate levels of supervision and housing while on conditional release with a residency condition. Percentage of successful residency supervision periods (no revocations, charges or convictions) - Community Correctional Centres Percentage 48.6 . 54.2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Community Supervision Community-based Residential Facilities Community Correctional Centres Higher risk offenders have appropriate levels of supervision and housing while on conditional release with a residency condition. Rate of ’fail to return’ among offenders residing in a Community Correctional Centres. Number . 773.3 639.5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Community Supervision Community-based Residential Facilities Community Residential Facilities Offenders with residency conditions have appropriate supervision and housing in the community. Percentage of successful residency supervision periods (no revocations, charges or convictions) - Community Residential Facilities Percentage 75.3 . 79.6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Community Supervision Community-based Residential Facilities Community Residential Facilities Offenders with residency conditions have appropriate supervision and housing in the community. Rate of ’fail to return’ among offenders residing in a Community Residential Facilities. Number . 316.4 243.8 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions CORCAN Employment and Employability Offenders have the employment skills to meet labour markets and obtain employment upon release from institutions. Of the offenders with an identified need for employment in the community, the percentage who secure such employment prior to warrant expiry date Percentage 73.2 . 74.7 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions CORCAN Employment and Employability Offenders have the employment skills to meet labour markets and obtain employment upon release from institutions. Of the offenders with an identified need for vocational training, the percentage who complete prior to first release. Percentage 54.2 . 58.2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Community Engagement The involvement of the public contributes to the offender reintegration process. Number of hours provided by volunteers Number 390000 . 573500 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Community Engagement The involvement of the public contributes to the offender reintegration process. Number of referrals and active cases for victim-offender mediation services through Correctional Service of Canada’s Restorative Opportunities Program Number 110 . 149 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Community Engagement The involvement of the public contributes to the offender reintegration process. Number of registered victims Number 7500 . 7806 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Correctional Reintegration Program Correctional Program Maintenance Participation in correctional programming maintenance contributes to the offender reintegration process by supporting offenders to apply the skills acquired through correctional programming. Completion rates of maintenance programs in the community Percentage 65.2 . 68.5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Correctional Reintegration Program Correctional Program Maintenance Participation in correctional programming maintenance contributes to the offender reintegration process by supporting offenders to apply the skills acquired through correctional programming. Completion rates of maintenance programs in the institution Percentage 79 . 81.4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Correctional Reintegration Program Correctional Program Maintenance Participation in correctional programming maintenance contributes to the offender reintegration process by supporting offenders to apply the skills acquired through correctional programming. Of the offenders with an identified need for correctional maintenance programming, the percentage who complete such programming prior to warrant expiry date Percentage 75.1 . 79.9 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Correctional Reintegration Program Correctional Program Readiness Participation in correctional program readiness programs contributes to the offender reintegration process by preparing and motivating offenders to address risk factors related to their offending Median time from admission to the start of readiness programs Number . 44 46 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded maximum target
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Correctional Reintegration Program Correctional Programs Participation in correctional programming contributes to the reduced re-offending and facilitates the safe and timely reintegration of offenders into the community Of the offenders with an identified need for correctional programming, the percentage who complete such programming prior to full parole eligibility date Percentage 54.5 . 46.4 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual result did not meet minimum target
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Correctional Reintegration Program Correctional Programs Participation in correctional programming contributes to the reduced re-offending and facilitates the safe and timely reintegration of offenders into the community Of the offenders with an identified need for correctional programming, the percentage who complete such programming prior to warrant expiry date Percentage 88.4 . 86.3 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual result did not meet minimum target
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Correctional Reintegration Program Correctional Programs Participation in correctional programming contributes to the reduced re-offending and facilitates the safe and timely reintegration of offenders into the community Of the offenders with an identified need for correctional programming, the percentage who enrol in such programming prior to full parole eligibility date Percentage 73.5 . 70.8 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual result did not meet minimum target
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Offender Case Management The accurate assessment of risk and supervision of offenders contributes to a reduction in crime. Percentage of Day Parole cases reviewed by Parole Board Canada, based on the total number of cases eligible for a review Percentage 59.7 . 65.9 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Offender Case Management The accurate assessment of risk and supervision of offenders contributes to a reduction in crime. Percentage of successful transitions to lower security Percentage 93.8 . 96 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Offender Case Management The accurate assessment of risk and supervision of offenders contributes to a reduction in crime. The percentage of Aboriginal offenders with Corrections and Conditional Release Act Section 84 release plan Percentage 35 . 40.9 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Offender Education Education programs contribute to the rehabilitation and reintegration of offenders. Of offenders with an identified need for an upgrade to their education, the percentage  who upgrade prior to warrant expiry date Percentage 51.6 . 67.8 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Offender Education Education programs contribute to the rehabilitation and reintegration of offenders. Of the offenders with an identified need for an upgrade to their education, the percentage who upgrade prior to full parole eligibility date Percentage 45.4 . 54.6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Social Program Social programs provide offenders with knowledge and skills that better equip them for their re-entry into society and support changes that lead to a balanced and healthy prosocial lifestyle. Of the offenders enrolled in the Community Integration Program, the percentage who complete Percentage 80.2 . 79.6 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual result did not meet minimum target
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Social Program Social programs provide offenders with knowledge and skills that better equip them for their re-entry into society and support changes that lead to a balanced and healthy prosocial lifestyle. Of the offenders enrolled in the Social Integration Program for Women, the percentage who complete Percentage 85.6 . 94.1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Spiritual Services Chaplaincy Offenders have access to Chaplaincy services. Number of hours of service in which Faith Community Reintegration Projects volunteers are engaged Number 16150 . 25520 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Spiritual Services Chaplaincy Offenders have access to Chaplaincy services. Number of institutional Chaplaincy activities in which volunteers are engaged Number 9500 . 28434 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Spiritual Services Chaplaincy Offenders have access to Chaplaincy services. Number of institutional Chaplaincy contacts with offenders Number 332500 . 416419 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Spiritual Services Elder Services Aboriginal Offenders have access to spiritual and cultural services The percentage of Aboriginal offenders who identify an interest in following a traditional healing path and receive Elder Reviews Percentage 70 . 98 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Correctional Interventions Spiritual Services Elder Services Aboriginal Offenders have access to spiritual and cultural services The percentage of Aboriginal offenders who identify an interest in following a traditional healing path and working with Elders in spiritual/cultural interventions such as Pathways, cultural escorted temporary absences Percentage 70 . 62 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual result did not meet target
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Institutional Health Services Clinical and Public Health Services The provision of efficient, effective clinical and public health services to offenders that encourage individual responsibility, promote healthy reintegration and contribute to safe communities. Percentage of inmates with an Human Immunodeficiency virus infection that are on treatment Percentage 80 . 94.4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Institutional Health Services Clinical and Public Health Services The provision of efficient, effective clinical and public health services to offenders that encourage individual responsibility, promote healthy reintegration and contribute to safe communities. Proportion of inmates who completed Hepatitis C virus treatment that achieved sustained viral response Percentage 80 . 97.5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Institutional Health Services Mental Health Services The provision of efficient, effective mental health services to offenders that encourage individual responsibility, promote healthy reintegration and contribute to safe communities Of the inmates identified by the mental health intake screening system as requiring follow-up mental health services, the percentage who received a service Percentage 90 . 84 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual result did not meet minimum target
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Institutional Health Services Mental Health Services The provision of efficient, effective mental health services to offenders that encourage individual responsibility, promote healthy reintegration and contribute to safe communities Percentage of target staff trained in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) Introduction and Coaching Percentage 90 . 89.8 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual result did not meet minimum target
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Institutional Health Services Mental Health Services The provision of efficient, effective mental health services to offenders that encourage individual responsibility, promote healthy reintegration and contribute to safe communities Percentage of target staff trained in the Suicide & Self-Injury Intervention Refresher. Percentage 90 . 84 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual result did not meet minimum target
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Institutional Health Services Mental Health Services The provision of efficient, effective mental health services to offenders that encourage individual responsibility, promote healthy reintegration and contribute to safe communities Percentage of target staff trained in the fundamentals of Mental Health Percentage 90 . 96.5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Institutional Management and Support Institutional management is compliant with policy and law. Rate of critical safety incident in federal institutions (suicides, accidental deaths) - (Objective: Zero). Number . 0.72 0.21 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Institutional Management and Support Institutional management is compliant with policy and law. Rate of minor/ moderate safety incidents in federal institutions Number . 163.4 219.8 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded maximum target
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Institutional Management and Support Institutional management is compliant with policy and law. Rate of serious safety incidents in federal institutions Number . 9.42 7.94 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Institutional Security Drug Interdiction Drug interdiction activities contribute to successful completion of offenders’ correctional plans Rate of critical drug-related incidents in federal institutions (deaths by overdose) - (Objective: Zero). Number . 0.28 0 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Institutional Security Drug Interdiction Drug interdiction activities contribute to successful completion of offenders’ correctional plans Rate of minor/ moderate drug-related incidents (Objective: Zero) Number . 212.3 251.9 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded maximum target
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Institutional Security Drug Interdiction Drug interdiction activities contribute to successful completion of offenders’ correctional plans Rate of serious drug-related incidents (Objective: Zero) Number . 3.52 5.25 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded maximum target
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Institutional Security Intelligence and Supervision Activities that threaten the safety and security of institutions are managed. Median days in administrative segregation Number . 14.7 11 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Institutional Security Intelligence and Supervision Activities that threaten the safety and security of institutions are managed. Rate of serious security charges Number . 551.6 413.4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Institutional Security Intelligence and Supervision Activities that threaten the safety and security of institutions are managed. Rate of transitions to higher security Number . 91.6 79.2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result outperformed expected range
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Institutional Services Accommodation Services Inmates are provided safe and clean living and working environments. Percentage of upheld grievances related to accommodation services Percentage . 5.4 5.7 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded maximum target
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Institutional Services Food Services Inmates’ dietary needs are met in accordance with the Canada food guide Percentage of menus meeting Canada’s Food Guide and Dietary Reference Intakes Percentage 90 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Institutional Services Food Services Inmates’ dietary needs are met in accordance with the Canada food guide Percentage of positive health inspections by external health inspectors Percentage 91 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Correctional Service of Canada The custody, correctional interventions, and supervision of offenders in communities and in institutions, contribute to public safety. Custody Institutional Services Food Services Inmates’ dietary needs are met in accordance with the Canada food guide Percentage of upheld grievances related to food services Percentage . 6.2 6.3 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded maximum target
Courts Administration Service The public has timely and fair access to the litigation processes of the Federal Court of Appeal, the Federal Court, the Court Martial Appeal Court of Canada and the Tax Court of Canada. Judicial Services Members of the courts have the legal services and administrative support they require to discharge their judicial functions. % of final court decisions posted on the courts website within established timeframes Percentage 95 . 99 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded target minimum
Courts Administration Service The public has timely and fair access to the litigation processes of the Federal Court of Appeal, the Federal Court, the Court Martial Appeal Court of Canada and the Tax Court of Canada. Registry Services Public has access to information regarding Courts’ processes across Canada. % of reviewed court documents that are processed accurately Percentage 95 95 92 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual results slightly below target minimum.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Business Risk Management AgriInsurance Production losses are mitigated by providing effective insurance protection Program Effectiveness: Percentage of producers participating in the program who feel that AgriInsurance is effective in mitigating financial impacts of production losses Percentage 70 . 79 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Business Risk Management AgriInsurance Production losses are mitigated by providing effective insurance protection Program Eligibility: Value of agricultural products for which insurance coverage is offered as a percentage of the value of all agricultural products (excluding livestock) Percentage 85 . 87 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual results subject to final confirmation.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Business Risk Management AgriInsurance Production losses are mitigated by providing effective insurance protection Program Participation: Value of insured production as a percentage of the total value of all agricultural products eligible for insurance (excluding forage, pasture and livestock production) Percentage 75 . 76 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual results subject to final confirmation.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Business Risk Management AgriInvest Producers have the flexibility in managing financial risks Percentage of AgriInvest producers triggering AgriStability payments and making withdrawals from their AgriInvest saving accounts for the 2014 program year Percentage 60 . 42 Attention Required Mar-2017 A lower result indicates that producers did not need to draw upon their AgriInvest accounts to address income declines.  Withdrawals from AgriInvest accounts are at the producer’s discretion, based on individual
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Business Risk Management AgriInvest Producers have the flexibility in managing financial risks Percentage of producers with gross farm revenue >$10,000 participating in AgriInvest for the 2014 program year Percentage 75 . 75 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual results subject to final confirmation.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Business Risk Management AgriRecovery Disaster-affected producers mitigate the impacts of the disaster and/or resume business operations as quickly as possible Percentage of AgriRecovery initiatives where at least 70% of targeted producers, and/or units of production in the targeted regions, participated in the AgriRecovery initiative Percentage 70 . 50 Attention Required Mar-2017 There were two initiatives completed in 2016-17 with a participation of 72% and 40.6% resulting in 50% of the initiatives meeting the target.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Business Risk Management AgriRecovery Disaster-affected producers mitigate the impacts of the disaster and/or resume business operations as quickly as possible Percentage of AgriRecovery recipients where AgriRecovery payments played an important role in their recovery from a disaster Percentage 75 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual results subject to final confirmation.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Business Risk Management AgriRisk Initiatives Industry has increased awareness of current agricultural risk management tools and mitigation strategies and has access to new or expanded business risk management tools Percentage of eligible participants using new tools that have been funded by AgriRisk Initiatives Percentage 5 . . Result not available Mar-2018 To be measured at the end of Growing Forward 2.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Business Risk Management AgriRisk Initiatives Industry has increased awareness of current agricultural risk management tools and mitigation strategies and has access to new or expanded business risk management tools Percentage of projects meeting at least 80% of their project objectives on time and on budget Percentage 90 . 90 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual results subject to final confirmation.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Business Risk Management AgriStability Short-term impacts of large income losses are mitigated Percentage of producers triggering payments where production margins plus AgriStability payments are greater or equal to 55% of the reference margin Percentage 75 . 75 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual results subject to final confirmation.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Business Risk Management AgriStability Short-term impacts of large income losses are mitigated Percentage of producers with gross farm revenue >$10,000 participating in AgriStability for the 2014 program year Percentage 50 . 33 Attention Required Mar-2017 These results are below the target for the program. Governments have reached an agreement under the Canadian Agricultural Partnership to address low participation by providing a more equitable level of support and allowing late participation for producers in AgriStability. This is consistent with federal-provincial-territorial Ministers’ commitment as stated in the 2016 Calgary Statement.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Business Risk Management AgriStability Short-term impacts of large income losses are mitigated Program participants’ farm market revenues as a percentage of total farm market revenues for the 2014 program year Percentage 65 . 55 Attention Required Mar-2017 These results are below the target for the program. Governments have reached an agreement under the Canadian Agricultural Partnership to address low participation by providing a more equitable level of support and allowing late participation for producers in AgriStability. This is consistent with federal-provincial-territorial Ministers’ commitment as stated in the 2016 Calgary Statement.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Business Risk Management Agricultural Marketing Programs Act Agricultural producers have improved cash-flow to enable them to make better marketing decisions about their products Advance Payments Program defaults as a percentage of total Advance Payments Program advances taken per production period Percentage 3 . 4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Business Risk Management Agricultural Marketing Programs Act Agricultural producers have improved cash-flow to enable them to make better marketing decisions about their products Dollar value of Advance Payments Program advances issued per production period (billions) Dollar 2 . 2.27 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Business Risk Management Agricultural Marketing Programs Act Agricultural producers have improved cash-flow to enable them to make better marketing decisions about their products Number of producers receiving Advance Payments Program advances per production period Number 28000 . 21293 Attention Required Mar-2017 Strong market prices, low prime lending rates across the financial sector and farm consolidation across the agricultural sector over the past several years have combined to reduce the number of producers who would otherwise rely on the program to meet their short-term financial needs. 
Uptake of 21,293 is consistent with uptake of approximately 21,000 since the 2014 program year.
It should be noted that the target of $2 billion in advances was surpassed ($2.27B).
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Business Risk Management Agricultural Marketing Programs Act Marketing of agricultural products under cooperative plans is facilitated by guaranteeing minimum average prices of products sold by marketing agencies Guarantee price provided through the Price Pooling Program as a percentage of average market price Dollar . 65 59 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The measure is slightly below the target as a result of market prices being better than anticipated.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Business Risk Management Canadian Agricultural Loans Act Agricultural farmers and co-operatives have access to affordable capital to make investments in their agricultural operations Defaulted loans as a percentage of the value of total loans at the end of the year Percentage . 1 0.7 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Target= less than 1
Result= 0.7
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Business Risk Management Canadian Agricultural Loans Act Agricultural farmers and co-operatives have access to affordable capital to make investments in their agricultural operations Dollar value of registered loans awarded by lending institutions during the fiscal year (millions) Dollar 137 . 94.9 Attention Required Mar-2017 The Canadian Agricultural Loans Act program did not meet its lending target as a result of a number of factors, including:
- strong market prices;
- low prime lending rates and competitively-priced conventional loan product options across the financial sector; and
- loan limits which are not in line with current farm financial costs.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Business Risk Management Canadian Agricultural Loans Act Agricultural farmers and co-operatives have access to affordable capital to make investments in their agricultural operations Number of loans made to beginning farmers Number 217 . 253 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Farm Products Council of Canada Consumer price variations for chicken, eggs and turkey are consistent with those of food in general Year-over-year consumer price variation for chicken is within plus or minus ten percentage points of the year-over-year consumer price variation for food in general Percentage -10 . 0.4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Farm Products Council of Canada Consumer price variations for chicken, eggs and turkey are consistent with those of food in general Year-over-year consumer price variation for eggs is within plus or minus ten percentage points of the year-over-year consumer price variation for food in general Percentage -10 . -1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Farm Products Council of Canada Consumer price variations for chicken, eggs and turkey are consistent with those of food in general Year-over-year consumer price variation for turkey is within plus or minus ten percentage points of the year-over-year consumer price variation for food in general Percentage -10 . 1.8 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Farm Products Council of Canada Consumer price variations for chicken, eggs and turkey are more stable than those of other competing meats Year-over-year consumer price variation for chicken is within plus or minus five percentage points of the year-over-year consumer price variation for other fresh or frozen meats Percentage -5 . 0.4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Farm Products Council of Canada Consumer price variations for chicken, eggs and turkey are more stable than those of other competing meats Year-over-year consumer price variation for eggs is within plus or minus five percentage points of the year-over-year consumer price variation for other fresh or frozen meats Percentage -5 . -1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Farm Products Council of Canada Consumer price variations for chicken, eggs and turkey are more stable than those of other competing meats Year-over-year consumer price variation for turkey is within plus or minus five percentage points of the year-over-year consumer price variation for other fresh or frozen meats Percentage -5 . 1.8 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Farm Products Council of Canada Domestic market shares of Canadian producers of chicken, eggs, hatching eggs and turkey are stable or increasing. Percentage of the domestic chicken market supplied by Canadian producers of chicken Percentage 80 . 85.7 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Farm Products Council of Canada Domestic market shares of Canadian producers of chicken, eggs, hatching eggs and turkey are stable or increasing. Percentage of the domestic egg market supplied by Canadian producers of eggs Percentage 80 . 90.1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Farm Products Council of Canada Domestic market shares of Canadian producers of chicken, eggs, hatching eggs and turkey are stable or increasing. Percentage of the domestic hatching eggs market supplied by Canadian producers of hatching eggs Percentage 80 . 85.1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Farm Products Council of Canada Domestic market shares of Canadian producers of chicken, eggs, hatching eggs and turkey are stable or increasing. Percentage of the domestic turkey market supplied by Canadian producers of turkey Percentage 80 . 96.2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Market Access, Negotiations, Sector Competitiveness, and Assurance Systems Assurance Systems Implementation of assurance systems and standards by producers and agri-businesses Cumulative number of assurance systems/standards activities undertaken by producers and agri-businesses under Growing Forward 2 Federal-Provincial-Territorial Cost-shared Programming Number 13200 . . Result not available Mar-2019 Provincial and territorial annual performance data for 2016-17 are expected to be available in 2017-18.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Market Access, Negotiations, Sector Competitiveness, and Assurance Systems Assurance Systems The Canadian agriculture and agri-food industry has the tools available to implement assurance systems that respond to consumer, buyer and market demands; to gain and maintain market access; and to protect against threats to plant and animal health Cumulative number of assurance systems and standard tools completed Number 43 . 44 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Market Access, Negotiations, Sector Competitiveness, and Assurance Systems Federal-Provincial-Territorial Cost-shared Market Development and Competitiveness The sector is increasing its use of market-based knowledge and tools to increase market access Cumulative number of assurance systems/standards activities undertaken by agri-businesses under Growing Forward 2 Federal-Provincial-Territorial Cost-shared Programming Number 15000 15000 10489 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Market Access, Negotiations, Sector Competitiveness, and Assurance Systems Federal-Provincial-Territorial Cost-shared Market Development and Competitiveness The sector is increasing its use of market-based knowledge and tools to increase market access Percentage of clients who indicate that their participation in Growing Forward 2 Cost-shared Programs allowed them to capture new markets Percentage 55 . . Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Market Access, Negotiations, Sector Competitiveness, and Assurance Systems Market Development The agriculture sector is supported to maintain the visibility of Canadian sectors/products as well as to maintain its capacity to identify and seize market development opportunities that contribute to its trade competitiveness Cumulative number of market development and promotional products/events undertaken under the program aimed at new markets Number 350 . 409 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Market Access, Negotiations, Sector Competitiveness, and Assurance Systems Pest Management: Pesticides Minor Use Program Regulatory submissions sent to Pest Management Regulatory Agency, Health Canada for new minor uses of pesticides Number of submissions of packaged, research project information and data in support of regulated, minor use pesticides Number 40 . 55 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Market Access, Negotiations, Sector Competitiveness, and Assurance Systems Pest Management: Pesticides Risk Reduction Program Increased awareness of, and access to, safer pest management products and practices Number of reduced risk pest management products and practices developed and communicated to growers Number 5 . 7 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Market Access, Negotiations, Sector Competitiveness, and Assurance Systems Sector Engagement and Development Agriculture, agri-food and agri-based value chains are able to adapt to industry challenges and opportunities Value of farm market receipts (billions of dollars) Dollar 51.9 . 57.6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Market Access, Negotiations, Sector Competitiveness, and Assurance Systems Sector Engagement and Development Agriculture, agri-food and agri-based value chains are able to adapt to industry challenges and opportunities Value of food and beverage shipments (billions of dollars) Dollar 112.8 . 112.4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2017 Actual result is based on interim data from Statistics Canada. Progress to date indicates AAFC is on track to meet target.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Market Access, Negotiations, Sector Competitiveness, and Assurance Systems Trade and Market Expansion Canadian agriculture and agri-food and agri-based product exporters are successful in seizing new market opportunities and in achieving commercial success Value of Canadian agriculture and agri-food export to non-Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development countries (billions of dollars) Dollar 15.7 . 17.2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food A competitive and market-oriented agriculture, agri-food and agri based products sector that proactively manages risk. Market Access, Negotiations, Sector Competitiveness, and Assurance Systems Trade and Market Expansion Canadian agriculture and agri-food and agri-based product exporters are successful in seizing new market opportunities and in achieving commercial success Value of Canadian agriculture and agri-food exports to Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development countries (billions of dollars) Dollar 40.75 . 45.4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Canadian Pari-Mutuel Agency Pari-mutuel betting is conducted in a way that is fair to the Canadian betting public Percentage of compliance with the Pari-Mutuel Betting Supervision Regulations of Canadian racetracks and betting theatres inspected by Canadian Pari-Mutuel Agency officers Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Industry Capacity Canadian Agricultural Adaptation Program Sector develops tools and strategies to adapt to changing circumstances and/or respond to urgent and/or critical issues Number of tools and strategies developed by the sector to adapt to changing circumstances and/or respond to urgent and/or critical issues from 2014 to 2019 Number 40 . 4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019 Progress to date indicates the target will be achieved (target was updated to 20 for 2017-18).
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Industry Capacity Canadian Agricultural Adaptation Program Sector implements tools and strategies to adapt to changing circumstances and/or respond to urgent and/or critical issues Number of tools and strategies to adapt to changing circumstances and/or respond to urgent and/or critical issues implemented by the sector from 2014 to 2019 Number 20 . 2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019 Progress to date indicates the target will be achieved (target was updated to 10 for 2017-18).
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Industry Capacity Churchill Port Utilisation Program Grain shipments through the Port are maintained Number of tonnes of grains shipped per year from 2012 to 2017 under the Churchill Port Utilisation Program Number 500000 . . Result not available Mar-2017 The Program concluded early and did not operate in 2016-17. As such the data to report on the indicators was not available.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Industry Capacity Churchill Port Utilisation Program Port remains in operation Percentage of program participants intending to use the Port after the Program ends Percentage 66 . . Result not available Mar-2017 The Program concluded early and did not operate in 2016-17. As such the data to report on the indicators was not available.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Industry Capacity Community Pastures Environmentally responsible land use and practices for the management of a multi-use, productive, and bio-diverse rangeland Range health rated as "good" or "excellent" for at least 85% of Community Pastures program lands Percentage 85 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Industry Capacity Farm Debt Mediation Service Increased agreements between insolvent farmers and their creditors on financial recovery measures. Percentage of completed applications that resulted in signed arrangements between farmers and creditors Percentage 80 . 70 Attention Required Mar-2017 The percentage of signed arrangements between creditors and farmers can vary significantly from-year-to-year based on numerous external factors. Therefore, an actual result of 70% is considered a success. Factors that can impact the number of applications include: macro-economic conditions such as interest rate fluctuations, shifts in commodity markets, harvest levels, and broader economic downturns that impact on and off-farm income.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Industry Capacity Federal-Provincial-Territorial Cost-shared Adaptability and Industry Capacity The sector is increasing its adoption of business management and strategic risk management practices and tools Percentage of farmers optimistic that their net farm income will remain stable or increase in the next five years Percentage 70 . . Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019 Provincial and territorial annual performance data for 2016-17 are expected to be available in 2017-18.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Industry Capacity Federal-Provincial-Territorial Cost-shared Adaptability and Industry Capacity The sector is increasing production capacity Cumulative number of acres supported by infrastructure programming under Growing Forward 2 Federal-Provincial-Territorial Cost-shared programming Number 62000 . . Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019 Provincial and territorial annual performance data for 2016-17 are expected to be available in 2017-18.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Industry Capacity Fostering Business Development Increased supply of highly qualified people in the agriculture labour market Percentage of interns in the Career Focus program who secure a permanent position in agriculture Percentage 75 . 75 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Industry Capacity Fostering Business Development Individual producers and agri-business clients implement changes to their business Percentage of farmers planning to expand or diversify in the next five years Percentage 60 . 55 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Industry Capacity Water Infrastructure Water storage infrastructure is operationally safe and downstream risks are kept as low as reasonably practical Number of dam safety Emergency Preparedness Plans for high or very high consequence dams, which are conducted in compliance with the Canadian Dam Association’s Dam Safety Guidelines, within agreed timelines Number 1 . 1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Industry Capacity Water Infrastructure Water storage infrastructure is operationally safe and downstream risks are kept as low as reasonably practical Number of dam safety Emergency Response Plans for high or very high consequence dams, which are conducted in compliance with the Canadian Dam Association’s Dam Safety Guidelines, within agreed timelines Number 1 . 1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Science, Innovation, Adoption and Sustainability Agricultural Greenhouse Gases Program Greenhouse gas mitigation information and technologies developed and/or are made available to farmers Number of new Beneficial Management Practices developed and/or demonstrated through field days and workshops under the Agricultural Greenhouse Gases Program from 2016 to 2021 Number 12 . . Result not available Mar-2021 Data for the 2016-17 Actual Results will be available early 2018-19.
AGGP projects received approval starting in winter 2017, and therefore no recipients were required to submit performance reports for fiscal year 2016-17. Recipients will begin reporting results in 2017-18.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Science, Innovation, Adoption and Sustainability Enabling Commercialization and Adoption The sector develops the capacity to commercialize products, technologies, processes or services Number of innovative products, technologies, processes or services supported by the program that enter the market under the Enabling Commercialization and Adoption Stream of the AgriInnovation Program from 2013 to 2018 Number 54 . 1 Attention Required Mar-2018 Due to the nature of the projects under this sub-program, performance reporting begins one year following project completion and continues for an additional five years. Accordingly, the results that will be reported for 2017-18 will reflect interim data as some projects will continue to report results up until 2023-24.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Science, Innovation, Adoption and Sustainability Enabling Commercialization and Adoption The sector has access to government and private investment capital to support demonstration, commercialization and adoption of innovative technologies, processes, products, and services Dollar value of private sector investments under the Enabling Commercialization and Adoption Stream of the AgriInnovation Program from 2013 to 2018 (millions of dollars) Dollar 118.5 . 29.4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Progress to date indicates the target will be achieved.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Science, Innovation, Adoption and Sustainability Federal-Provincial-Territorial Cost-shared Environment The sector is taking actions to minimize environmental risks and is using inputs efficiently Cumulative number of Beneficial Management Practices implemented under Growing Forward 2 Federal-Provincial-Territorial Cost-shared programming Number 17600 . . Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019 Provincial and territorial annual performance data for 2016-17 are expected to be available in 2017-18.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Science, Innovation, Adoption and Sustainability Federal-Provincial-Territorial Cost-shared Research, Adoption and Commercialization The sector has access to new agri-related products, practices and technology Cumulative number of new products, technologies, practices, processes evaluated, assessed, and/or demonstrated under Growing Forward 2 Federal-Provincial-Territorial Cost-shared programming Number 1300 . . Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019 Provincial and territorial annual performance data for 2016-17 are expected to be available in 2017-18.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Science, Innovation, Adoption and Sustainability Research Accelerating Innovation New products, processes and technologies are available for transfer to the sector that are relevant to: environmental sustainability of the sector, the minimization of catastrophic threats to crops, the optimization of livestock efficiencies, and the health and safety of food Number of new products, processes and technologies available for transfer to stakeholders Number 51 . 72 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Science, Innovation, Adoption and Sustainability Research, Development and Knowledge Transfer The sector develops or advances knowledge and technologies for industry uptake for commercialization or adoption Number of peer-reviewed scientific publications produced in the sector from 2013 to 2018 under the Industry-led Research and Development and Knowledge Transfer Stream of the AgriInnovation Program Number 1000 . 165 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Based on interim data, progress to date indicates the target will be surpassed by March 2018.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Science, Innovation, Adoption and Sustainability Research, Development and Knowledge Transfer The sector has additional capacity to develop knowledge and technologies Number of newly trained, highly qualified personnel in the sector from 2013 to 2018 under the Industry-led Research and Development and Knowledge Transfer Stream of the AgriInnovation Program Number 260 . 36 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Progress to date indicates the target will be achieved.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food An innovative and sustainable agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector. Science, Innovation, Adoption and Sustainability Science Supporting an Innovative and Sustainable Sector Knowledge and understanding of: the agricultural resource, threats to Canadian agriculture production, mechanisms to protect and conserve Canadian bioresources and genetic diversity, and efficient integrated production systems for the scientific community and ultimately the sector Number of peer-reviewed publications and technical project reports produced for research projects conducted under this activity Number 300 . 638 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Arts Canada Arts Presentation Fund Arts presenter organizations offer a variety of professional artistic experiences to Canadians. Degree to which, on a scale of 1 to 5, performance measurement framework targets are achieved that illustrate the variety of disciplines for professional artistic experiences offered by recipients of Canada Arts Presentation Fund Number 1 5 5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Arts Canada Arts Presentation Fund Canadians, including those in underserved communities across Canada, have access to a variety of professional artistic experiences. Degree to which, on a scale of 1 to 5, performance measurement framework targets are achieved that illustrate the type of underserved communities reached by recipients of the Canada Arts Presentation Fund Number 1 5 5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Arts Canada Arts Training Fund Graduates of arts training institutions have professional careers in Canada and internationally. Minimum percentage of arts graduates of institutions supported by the Canada Arts Training Fund that are employed professionally in their field in Canada or abroad Percentage 75 . 86 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Performance information will be examined as part of results management activitites
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Arts Canada Arts Training Fund Graduates of arts training institutions have professional careers in Canada and internationally. Minimum percentage of employers who rate graduates of institutions supported by the Canada Arts Training Fund as being well prepared for professional careers. Number 80 . 91 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Performance information will be examined as part of results management activitites
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Arts Canada Cultural Investment Fund Arts and heritage organizations demonstrate sound organizational, administrative and financial health Average number of tools developed by recipients of Strategic Initiatives funding to strengthen the business practices of arts and heritage organizations Number 6 . 25 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 In 2015-16, more than 75% of the 14 projects approved were of national or provincial scope, several of which were large scale. This led to an unusually large number of tools being created.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Arts Canada Cultural Investment Fund Arts and heritage organizations demonstrate sound organizational, administrative and financial health Minimum dollar amount, in millions, raised through private-sector donations by arts organizations applying to and eligible for Endowment Incentives component. Number 20 . 21.4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Performance information will be examined as part of results management activitites
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Arts Canada Cultural Spaces Fund Arts and heritage organizations in a variety of communities have resources to build and improve facilities and infrastructure. Minimum number of new or improved arts and heritage facilities supported by the Canada Cultural Spaces Fund Number 80 . 237 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Canada Cultural Spaces Fund did not count feasibility studies, as they do not improve facilities. Also, these figures are much larger due to the Budget 2016 investment of funds
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Arts Canada Cultural Spaces Fund Arts and heritage organizations in a variety of communities have resources to build and improve facilities and infrastructure. Minimum percentage of infrastructure and specialized equipment projects supported by the Canada Cultural Spaces Fund that target an underserved community Percentage 40 . 60 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Performance information will be examined as part of results management activitites
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries Broadcasting and Digital Communications Decision makers are well-informed on issues related to the overall policy and regulatory framework for broadcasting and digital communications in Canada. Key policy advice is provided, including advice in support of petitions to the Governor-in-Council in respect of CRTC broadcasting licensing decisions, by legislative deadlines, or as required. Narratative Description . . Policy advice is provided on an as-needed basis. . Policy advice is provided on an as-needed basis. Target no longer applicable Ongoing
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries Canada Book Fund Readers everywhere consume a broad range of Canadian-authored books supported by the Canada Book Fund. Value, in millions of CAD dollars, of domestic and international sales of Canadian-authored titles by Canada Book Fund recipient publishers Number 350 . 366 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2020 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries Canada Book Fund Readers everywhere have access to a broad range of Canadian-authored books produced by CBF recipients. Number of new Canadian-authored titles published by Canada Book Fund recipients Number 6000 . 6533 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2020 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries Canada Media Fund Canadians watch or interact with Canada Media Fund supported television programs or digital convergent content. Number of hours viewed (in millions of hours annually) for Canada Media Fund-funded English-language television productions. Number 1660 . 2190 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Oct-2017 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries Canada Media Fund Canadians watch or interact with Canada Media Fund supported television programs or digital convergent content. Number of hours viewed (in millions of hours annually) for Canada Media Fund-funded French-language television productions. Number 980 . 1364 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Oct-2017 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries Canada Media Fund Innovative Canadian content and software applications are created for commercial potential or public use. Minimum number of innovative Canadian content and software applications projects supported by the Canada Media Fund Number 60 . 104 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Oct-2017 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries Canada Music Fund A range of Canadian music is produced by Canada Music Fund recipients. Number of Canadian music releases that were supported by the Canada Music Fund Number 400 . 502 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2020 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries Canada Music Fund Canadian music supported by the Canada Music Fund is accessed in Canada and abroad. International unit sales, in millions, of Canada Music Fund supported music Number 1 . 0.6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2020 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries Canada Music Fund Canadian music supported by the Canada Music Fund is accessed in Canada and abroad. Percentage of domestic market share of albums by Canada Music Fund supported artists Percentage 12 . 8 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2020 Note that the data source for the market share calculations changed in 2016. Comparisons with prior years is therefore not advised.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries Canada Periodical Fund (CPF) A range of Canadian periodicals supported by the Canada Periodical Fund is produced. Number of funded titles published by Canada Periodical Fund recipients Number 750 . 790 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2020 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries Canada Periodical Fund (CPF) Canadian periodicals supported by the Canada Periodical Fund are accessed by Canadian readers. Number of copies, in the millions, of funded titles distributed to Canadians per year Number 150 . 170 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2020 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries Copyright and International Trade Policy Decision makers are well-informed on issues related to the overall policy and regulatory framework for copyright and international trade. Provision of key policy advice by mandated deadlines and as required. Number 100 . 0 Target no longer applicable Ongoing Policy advice is provided on an as-needed basis
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries Cultural Sector Investment Review Foreign investments in the Canadian cultural sector are of net benefit to Canadians. Percentage of foreign investor commitments respected relating to the creation or production of Canadian cultural products as per the Investment Canada Act Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries Cultural Sector Investment Review Foreign investments in the Canadian cultural sector are of net benefit to Canadians. Percentage of foreign investor commitments respected relating to the sale, distribution or exhibition of Canadian cultural products as per the  Investment Canada Act Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries Cultural Sector Investment Review Foreign investments in the Canadian cultural sector are of net benefit to Canadians. Percentage of investments proposals filed with Canadian Heritage compliant with requirements of the Investment Canada Act Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries Film and Video Policy Audiovisual treaty coproduction negotiations are advanced with key priority countries. Number of treaty negotiations that are underway with foreign partners Number 8 . 7 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2020 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries Film and Video Policy Canadian feature films are accessible in Canada and abroad. Market share (percentage) of Canadian feature film views in various markets (e.g. cinemas, DVD rentals/sales, and conventional, specialty and pay television, VOD). Percentage 5 . 8.2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2020 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries Film and Video Policy Film and video policies support the production of a range of Canadian audiovisual content. Total budget (in billions of dollars) of Canadian film and television productions (including Canadian share of co-productions) Number 2.5 . 2.9 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2020 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries Film or Video Production Tax Credits Canadian content film and television productions receive certification from Canadian Heritage. Number of Canadian film or video productions supported through the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit Number 1000 . 0 Result not available Mar-2020 Results were not available at the time of submissions of results
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries Film or Video Production Tax Credits Non-Canadian content film and television productions using Canadian production services receive accreditation from Canadian Heritage. Number of foreign and Canadian film and video productions shot in Canada that received a Film or Video Production Services Tax Credit. Number 180 . 0 Result not available Mar-2020 Results were not available at the time of submissions of results
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries TV5 Canadian content is part of TV5MONDE’s international programming. Percentage of Canadian content broadcast on TV5MONDE Percentage 7 . 9.86 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries TV5 Canadians have access to the diversity of the international Francophonie through TV5 Québec Canada. Maximum percentage of TV5 Québec Canada programming originating from the international Francophonie (except Canada) Percentage 0 85 81.2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Sep-2016 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Cultural Industries TV5 Canadians have access to the diversity of the international Francophonie through TV5 Québec Canada. Number, in millions, of Canadian households with access to TV5 Québec Canada Number 9 . 10.7 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Heritage Canada Travelling Exhibitions Indemnification Program Opportunities are created for Canadians to access major travelling exhibitions presenting Canadian and international cultural heritage. Number of exhibition venues Number 11 . 6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Heritage Canada Travelling Exhibitions Indemnification Program Opportunities are created for Canadians to access major travelling exhibitions presenting Canadian and international cultural heritage. Number of provinces in which venues are located Number 5 . 5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Heritage Canada Travelling Exhibitions Indemnification Program Opportunities are created for Canadians to access major travelling exhibitions presenting Canadian and international cultural heritage. Number of visitors to indemnified venues Number 700000 . 946371 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Heritage Canadian Conservation Institute Canadian Conservation Institute expert services are used by heritage institutions to preserve their collections. Number of heritage institutions that benefit from Canadian Conservation Institute expert services Number 150 . 107 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Heritage Canadian Conservation Institute Canadian and international heritage institutions and workers use Canadian Conservation Institute learning programs online. Number of users of Canadian Conservation Institute learning programs and materials online. Number 300000 . 444509 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Heritage Canadian Conservation Institute The Canadian and international heritage community has access to the results of Canadian Conservation Institute’s research and development activities. Ratio of Canadian Conservation Institute articles published in Canadian and International professional and peer-reviewed journals on number of full-time equivalent conservation scientists Number 0.7 . 0.9 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Heritage Canadian Heritage Information Network Canadian Heritage Information Network’s learning and collaborative opportunities are used by Canadian and international heritage institutions and workers. Number of online visits to Canadian Heritage Information Network’s ressources for heritage professionals and volunteers Number 650000 . 1153800 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Heritage Movable Cultural Property Program Cultural property illegally imported into Canada is identified and the mechanism for its return is initiated Percentage of referrals from the Canada Border Services Agency and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police that are successfully resolved within 90 days of receipt Percentage 100 . 81 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Heritage Movable Cultural Property Program Designated organizations have opportunities to acquire significant cultural property. Number of certified objects/collections donated/sold by a private interest to a designated organization Number 5000 . 6608 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Heritage Movable Cultural Property Program Designated organizations have opportunities to acquire significant cultural property. Percentage of notifications sent to designated organizations within 10 calendar days for objects available for purchase as a result of an export delay set by the Review Board. Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Heritage Museums Assistance Program Heritage organizations have access to resources to preserve heritage. Percentage of recipients reporting a positive impact on heritage preservation Percentage 90 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Heritage Museums Assistance Program Heritage organizations have gained skills in key museum functions. Percentage of recipients reporting a positive impact on key museum functions Percentage 90 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad. Heritage Museums Assistance Program Heritage organizations provide opportunities for Canadians to access heritage. Number of venues providing exhibitions and other programming products/activities Number 90 . 156 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians participate and excel in sport Sport Athlete Assistance Program Canadian athletes access academic opportunities. Number of currently and formerly carded athletes using tuition grant (including deferred tuition) Number 750 . 699 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians participate and excel in sport Sport Athlete Assistance Program Canadian high performance athletes are optimally prepared to achieve podium level performance at Olympic and Paralympic Games and the respective sports’ Senior World Championships. Number of athletes receiving AAP funding who have achieved a top 8 finish at the Olympics, Paralympics, or World Championships. Number 325 . 419 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians participate and excel in sport Sport Hosting Program Canadian athletes, coaches and officials have opportunities to participate at sport events in Canada funded by Sport Canada. Number of Canadian athletes from under-represented groups participating at funded events Number 3550 . 199 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Final number will be higher as 17 of 78 events have not yet issued final reports.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians participate and excel in sport Sport Hosting Program Canadian athletes, coaches and officials have opportunities to participate at sport events in Canada funded by Sport Canada. Number of Canadian athletes, coaches and officials participating at funded events. Number 6000 . 6901 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians participate and excel in sport Sport Sport Support Program Canadians have access to quality sport programs and services. Number of Canadians participating in sport through organizations or initiatives funded by Sport Canada. Number 7800000 . 7087795 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians participate and excel in sport Sport Sport Support Program Canadians have access to quality sport programs and services. Percentage of funded sport organizations that have maintained or increased their overall organizational performance. Percentage 100 . 89 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Attachment to Canada Canada History Fund Canadians enhance their knowledge of Canada’s history, civics and public policy. Percentage of Canadians reached by Canada History Fund who have enhanced their knowledge of Canada’s history, civics, and/or public policy Percentage 75 . 0 Result not available Mar-2019 New data strategy forthcoming.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Attachment to Canada Capital Experience Canadians who visit the National Capital Region of Canada gain a sense of attachment to the National Capital Region and national pride. Percentage of NCR participants in Canada Day who agreed that the celebrations help increase their sense of pride about being Canadian. Percentage 70 . 74 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Attachment to Canada Celebration and Commemoration Program Canadians across Canada have opportunities to participate in community events that are open to the public and free of charge. Number of community events held across Canada during the Celebrate Canada period (June 21 to July 1) Number 1700 . 1744 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Attachment to Canada Celebration and Commemoration Program Canadians participate in commemorations and celebrations of national significance. Number of participants at celebration and commemoration events/activities Number 7500000 . 12567057 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Attachment to Canada Exchanges Canada Program Young participants connect and create linkages with one another. Percentage of participants who report having created new ties with other young Canadians as a result of the exchange Percentage 75 . 92 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Attachment to Canada Exchanges Canada Program Young participants enhance their appreciation of the diversity and shared aspects of the Canadian experience. Percentage of participants who report having a better understanding of what Canadians have in common Percentage 75 . 84 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Attachment to Canada Exchanges Canada Program Young participants enhance their knowledge and understanding of Canada. Percentage of participants who report enhanced knowledge and understanding of Canada Percentage 75 . 87 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Attachment to Canada State Ceremonial and Protocol Canadians participate in national ceremonial events (i.e. State Funerals, Installation of Governor General, Royal Tours, Canada Day ceremony on Parliament Hill). Percentage of venue capacity filled for national ceremonial events Percentage 95 . 95 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Attachment to Canada Youth Take Charge Youth have a sense of attachment to Canada. Percentage of youth participants who report having a greater sense of attachment to Canada Percentage 55 . 69 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Attachment to Canada Youth Take Charge Youth have a sense of shared Canadian identity. Percentage of youth participants who report having a sense of shared Canadian identity Percentage 60 . 81 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Engagement and Community Participation Aboriginal Peoples’ Program Aboriginal individuals and groups are engaged in activities that strengthen Aboriginal languages, and cultures, and support community engagement. Number of projects funded that incorporate Aboriginal languages and cultures, and support community engagement Number 100 . 112 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Engagement and Community Participation Aboriginal Peoples’ Program Engaged as an integral part of Canadian society, Aboriginal peoples embrace and share their languages and cultures with other Canadians. Number of participants who are engaged in Aboriginal language and cultural activities Number 3250 . 5137 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Engagement and Community Participation Building Communities through Arts and Heritage Citizens across the country are engaged in their communities through local arts and heritage. Average number of volunteer hours per project. Number 2750 . 3968 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Engagement and Community Participation Building Communities through Arts and Heritage Citizens across the country are engaged in their communities through local arts and heritage. Number of local artists, artisans, heritage performers (per project) Number 85 . 134 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Engagement and Community Participation Building Communities through Arts and Heritage Local organizations carry out local festival, community anniversary and / or legacy projects in their communities. Number of communities reached per year. Number 420 . 432 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Engagement and Community Participation Canada 150 Federal Secretariat Engagement of different sectors of Canadian society increase the reach of Canada 150 and help establish the role of the Government of Canada, through the Canada 150 Federal Secretariat as the leader for Canada 150. Minimum number of partners that are involved in the Canada 150 Initiative through facilitation efforts of the Canada 150 Federal Secretariat. Number 75 . 98 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Engagement and Community Participation Human Rights Program Canadians have access to information on human rights issues in Canada, including the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and applicable international human rights instruments. Number of visits on the Human Rights Program Website. Number 75000 . 148280 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Engagement and Community Participation Human Rights Program Federal, provincial and territorial governments are engaged in activities supporting the implementation of international human rights obligations. Number of opportunities for provincial and territorial governments to contribute to reporting on Canada’s international human rights obligations and to participate in related intergovernmental discussions. Number 24 . 32 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Engagement and Community Participation Human Rights Program Federal, provincial and territorial governments are engaged in activities supporting the implementation of international human rights obligations. Rate of participation of provincial and territorial governments contributing to reporting on Canada’s international human rights obligations and attending related intergovernmental discussions. Number 78 . 87 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Multiculturalism for Newcomers and All Canadians Program participants are given information or tools to support an integrated society. Annual percentage of program respondents who report that they are more enabled to support an integrated society. Percentage 70 100 0 Result not available Ongoing New data sources are being considered in light of persistent issues with the program participant survey.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Official Languages Development of Official-Languages Communities Program Members of official-language minority communities have access to programs and services in their language, in their communities. Percentage of official-language minority community members who live within 25 km of a local or regional community development organization offering minority-language services Percentage 85 . 86 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Official Languages Development of Official-Languages Communities Program Members of official-language minority communities have access to programs and services in their language, in their communities. Percentage of official-language minority community members who live within 25 km of an arts and culture organization offering minority-language services Percentage 85 . 89.8 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Official Languages Development of Official-Languages Communities Program Members of official-language minority communities have access to programs and services in their language, in their communities. Percentage of official-language minority community members who live within 25 km of an elementary minority-language school or a secondary minority-language school Percentage 95 . 97 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Official Languages Enhancement of Official Languages Program Canadians have a better understanding of and appreciation for the benefits of linguistic duality. Percentage of Canadians that have a working knowledge of the second official language Percentage 15 . 17.5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Official Languages Enhancement of Official Languages Program Canadians have a better understanding of and appreciation for the benefits of linguistic duality. Percentage of the population that recognizes that linguistic duality in Canada is a source of cultural enrichment. Percentage 60 . 65 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Official Languages Official Languages Coordination Program Federal institutions are supported in the implementation of their official languages initiatives and obligations. Percentage of federal institutions reporting satisfaction with the work accomplished by the Interdepartmental Relations and Accountability Directorate Percentage 75 . 85 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Canadian Heritage Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity. Official Languages Official Languages Coordination Program Federal institutions report appropriately (on a three-year cycle) on the results of their activities for the benefit of official-language minority communities and for the promotion of official languages. Percentage of federal institutions, including all partners of the Roadmap for Canada’s Official Languages 2013-18, that report their results for the implementation of section 41 of the  Official Languages Act, to produce the Annual Report on Official Lang Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Performance will continue to be monitored.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Family and humanitarian migration that reunites families and offers protection to the displaced and persecuted. Family and Discretionary Immigration Humanitarian and Compassionate and Public Policy Considerations On an exceptional basis, persons are admitted or are allowed to remain in Canada and acquire permanent resident status i) Number of persons granted permanent resident status on humanitarian and compassionate or public policy grounds due to their exceptional circumstances Number 2800 . 3875 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016 In 2016, there were 3,875 admissions on humanitarian and compassionate or public policy grounds, exceeding the target range by 275 admissions. This is a decrease from 4,421 admissions in 2015 and from 5,336 admissions in 2014.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Family and humanitarian migration that reunites families and offers protection to the displaced and persecuted. Family and Discretionary Immigration Parents and Grandparents Reunification Parents and grandparents are reunited with their sponsor in Canada i) Number of admissions of parents and grandparents Number 18000 20000 17041 Attention Required Dec-2016 In 2016, parent and grandparent admissions were 17,041, which was 959 lower than the low end of the target range, and an increase from 15,489 in 2015 and a decrease from 18,150 in 2014. In January 2014, IRCC reopened intake of applications following a pause in application intake issued in November 2011. In February 2016, to respond to the Government’s commitment to family reunification, the annual intake cap for this category was raised from 5,000 to 10,000 applications.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Family and humanitarian migration that reunites families and offers protection to the displaced and persecuted. Family and Discretionary Immigration Spouses, Partners and Children Reunification Reunification applications for immediate family members are processed within published service standards i) Percentage adherence to the 12 month service standard for spouses, partners and children overseas Percentage 80 80 70 Attention Required Mar-2017 In 2016, IRCC processed overseas applications within 12 months in 70% of cases, falling short of the 80% target. This was higher than the 59% reported in 2015 and the 65% reported in 2014. IRCC’s ability to achieve the targeted service standard is affected by a number of factors, including those beyond its control such as incomplete applications. The Department continues to focus on finding efficiencies to aid in processing applications.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Family and humanitarian migration that reunites families and offers protection to the displaced and persecuted. Family and Discretionary Immigration Spouses, Partners and Children Reunification Spouses, partners and children are reunited with their sponsor in Canada i) Number of admissions of spouses, partners and children Number 57000 62000 60582 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016 In 2016, Canada supported family reunification with 60,582 admissions of spouses, partners and children, which is within the target range. This is an increase from 49,672 admissions in 2015 and from 48,511 admissions in 2014.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Family and humanitarian migration that reunites families and offers protection to the displaced and persecuted. Refugee Protection Blended Visa Office Referred Refugees Blended Visa office-referred refugees (BVORs) are granted protection and resettled to Canada i) Number of admissions of resettled BVORs Number 2000 . 4439 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016 In 2016, BVOR admissions were 4,439, which exceeded the target range for this stream by 1,439, or 48%. This is a substantial increase from 810 admissions in 2015, the third year for the BVOR Program. The increase can be attributed to the Canadian sponsorship community’s response to the Syrian initiative.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Family and humanitarian migration that reunites families and offers protection to the displaced and persecuted. Refugee Protection Blended Visa Office Referred Refugees Private sponsors participate in BVOR resettlement i) Percentage of Sponsorship Agreement Holders (SAHs) who sponsor BVORs that landed Narratative Description . . To be confirmed based on levels plan and operational realities . 0.394 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016 In 2016, of 104 SAHs, 41 sponsored BVOR refugees. Additionally, 2015 was the first year that Groups of Five and Community Sponsors were allowed to sponsor BVOR refugees; 43 Groups of Five took advantage of this opportunity.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Family and humanitarian migration that reunites families and offers protection to the displaced and persecuted. Refugee Protection Government-Assisted Refugees Government-assisted refugees (GARs) are granted protection and resettled to Canada i) Number of admissions of resettled GARs Number 24000 25000 23619 Attention Required Dec-2016 In 2016, GAR admissions were 23,619, and fell just short of the target range. This is a substantial increase?151%?from 9,411 admissions in 2015, which is primarily due to the higher number of Syrian GAR landings.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Family and humanitarian migration that reunites families and offers protection to the displaced and persecuted. Refugee Protection In-Canada Asylum Decisions made on eligibility of in-Canada refugee claims are timely i) Percentage of decisions on eligibility of refugee claims rendered within three working days Percentage 97 . 93 Attention Required Mar-2017 In 2016, decisions on eligibility for in-Canada refugee claims were rendered within three working days in 93% of cases, which missed the target by 4%. This rate reflects a modest improvement from 2015, when 92% of decisions were rendered within three days.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Family and humanitarian migration that reunites families and offers protection to the displaced and persecuted. Refugee Protection In-Canada Asylum Protected persons in-Canada and their dependants abroad are admitted as permanent residents i) Number of admissions of protected persons in-Canada and their dependants abroad Number 10000 . 12210 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016 In 2016, there were 12,210 admissions of refugees and their dependants landing in Canada, which exceeded the target range by 1,210.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Family and humanitarian migration that reunites families and offers protection to the displaced and persecuted. Refugee Protection Pre-Removal Risk Assessment Pre-Removal Risk Assessment (PRRA) decisions are made in compliance with IRPA i) Percentage of PRRA decisions returned to IRCC by the Federal Court for redetermination Narratative Description . . < 1% . Result not available Result not available Mar-2017 The data for this indicator are not available due to a system change.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Family and humanitarian migration that reunites families and offers protection to the displaced and persecuted. Refugee Protection Privately-Sponsored Refugees Private sponsors participate in PSR resettlement i) Number of approved PSR sponsorship applications Narratative Description . . To be confirmed based on levels plan and operational capacity . 18060 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016 In 2016, a total of 18,060 private sponsorship applications were approved.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Family and humanitarian migration that reunites families and offers protection to the displaced and persecuted. Refugee Protection Privately-Sponsored Refugees Private sponsors participate in PSR resettlement ii) Percentage of approved sponsorship applications for Sponsorship Agreement Holders (SAHs) as compared to the maximum sponsorship applications allowed for all SAHs Narratative Description . . To be confirmed based on levels plan and operational realities . 0.92 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016 In 2016, SAHs used 92% of their maximum allotted sponsorship application spaces (9,626 of a possible 10,500).
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Family and humanitarian migration that reunites families and offers protection to the displaced and persecuted. Refugee Protection Privately-Sponsored Refugees Privately-sponsored refugees (PSRs) are granted protection and resettled to Canada i) Number of admissions of resettled PSRs Number 15000 . 18644 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016 In 2016, PSR admissions were 18,644, which exceeded the target range for this indicator by 3.6%. This is a substantial increase?99%?from 9,350 admissions in 2015. This increase can be attributed to the response of the Canadian refugee sponsorship community to the Syrian initiative.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Managed migration that promotes Canadian interests and protects the health, safety and security of Canadians. Health Protection Health Screening Applicants for permanent and temporary residence who pose a risk to public health and/or public safety and/or may be reasonably expected to cause excessive demand on the Canadian social and/or health-care systems are identified i) Percentage of applications that should be identified as inadmissible based on the Immigration Medical Examination (IME) results, and that are coded as inadmissible by IRCC Medical Staff Percentage 100 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016 In calendar year 2016, IRCC assessed (via IMAs) the results of approximately 629,000 IMEs. Of those assessed, 1,137 cases (0.18%) were deemed inadmissible on the basis of danger to public health or public safety, or for excessive demand on Canadian health and social services; 100% of these were refused a valid medical certificate by IRCC medical staff.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Managed migration that promotes Canadian interests and protects the health, safety and security of Canadians. Health Protection Health Screening Applicants for permanent and temporary residence who pose a risk to public health and/or public safety and/or may be reasonably expected to cause excessive demand on the Canadian social and/or health-care systems are identified ii) Percentage of new cases of inactive tuberculosis (TB) found during an Immigration Medical Assessment (IMA) over total number of IMAs Percentage 1.5 2 1.6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016 In 2016, of the approximately 629,000 IMEs assessed via IMAs, there were 10,057 cases of inactive TB identified (1.6% of the total). These clients received or will receive a surveillance notification form for referral to provincial/territorial health authorities upon arrival in Canada. Trends show that the percentage of inactive TB cases found during the IMA have remained similar over the past few years.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Managed migration that promotes Canadian interests and protects the health, safety and security of Canadians. Health Protection Interim Federal Health Eligible clients receive health services that reduce risks to the health and safety of Canadians i) Percentage of refugee claimants who received an IME covered by the IFH Program Percentage 100 100 93.2 Attention Required Mar-2017 From October 1, 2015 to September 30, 2016, of 20,135 eligible refugee claimants, 93.2% underwent an immigration medical exam (IME) covered by the Interim Federal Health Program, while 2.5% abandoned or withdrew their claim for refugee status and were no longer required to undergo an IME. The remaining 4.3% may include individuals who were not reimbursed by the program for their IME, or individuals who left the country. Results are relatively stable compared with previous years.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Managed migration that promotes Canadian interests and protects the health, safety and security of Canadians. Health Protection Medical Surveillance and Notification Provincial and territorial public health authorities are notified, for the purposes of medical surveillance, of migrants who pose public health risks i) Percentage of migrants identified as having inactive TB who landed in Canada and were reported to provincial or territorial health authorities Percentage 100 100 96.4 Attention Required Dec-2016 In 2016, in 96.4% of the 7,920 cases where IRCC was informed of the arrival and destination of clients with inactive tuberculous, it was possible to send notifications to provinces and territories. Addresses were missing from client information in the remaining 283 cases (3.6%). Compared to previous years, there was a slight decrease in the percentage of notifications due to a higher percentage of clients with missing addresses.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Managed migration that promotes Canadian interests and protects the health, safety and security of Canadians. Health Protection Medical Surveillance and Notification Provincial and territorial public health authorities are notified, for the purposes of medical surveillance, of migrants who pose public health risks ii) Percentage of identified cases of human immunodeficiency virus who landed in Canada and were reported to provincial or territorial health authorities (except for Nova Scotia and Nunavut - which elected to not receive the information) Percentage 100 100 84.1 Attention Required Dec-2016 In 2016, IRCC was informed of the arrival of 580 clients with the human immunodeficiency virus. Of this total, notifications could be sent to provinces and territories for 84.1% of cases. For the remaining 92 cases (15.9%), the province or territory could not be notified due to missing addresses (relevant health authorities are normally notified within two months of a client’s arrival in Canada). The decrease from 2015–16 data was due to a higher percentage of clients with missing addresses.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Managed migration that promotes Canadian interests and protects the health, safety and security of Canadians. Migration Control and Security Management Eligibility and Admissibility Screening, Status and Documents Inadmissible foreign nationals are identified prior to arrival in Canada i) Number of electronic travel authorizations (eTA) denied on safety or security grounds Narratative Description . . To be established in 2016 once baseline information is available . 1337 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016 In 2016, a total of 1,337 eTA applications were refused on safety and security grounds. While the eTA process is largely automated, applications are referred for manual processing where risks are identified, and this could include a security screening similar to the screening undertaken for the temporary and permanent resident visa sub-programs. Given that the eTA program is designed for travellers from low-risk visa-exempt countries, it is expected that the refusal rate will remain low.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Managed migration that promotes Canadian interests and protects the health, safety and security of Canadians. Migration Control and Security Management Eligibility and Admissibility Screening, Status and Documents Inadmissible foreign nationals are identified prior to arrival in Canada ii) Percentage of Temporary Resident Visa, study and work applications refused on safety and security grounds against total of Temporary Resident Visa, study and work applications assessed Percentage 0.04 0.06 0.04 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016 The percentage of temporary resident visa, study and work applications refused on safety and security grounds in 2016 was 0.04%. The percentage has remained relatively constant over the last three years. Applicants whose history makes them likely to be refused for safety and security grounds are unlikely to apply to Canadian temporary resident programs, as they can expect to be refused. As such, high numbers of safety and security ground refusals are very rare.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Managed migration that promotes Canadian interests and protects the health, safety and security of Canadians. Migration Control and Security Management Eligibility and Admissibility Screening, Status and Documents Inadmissible foreign nationals are identified prior to arrival in Canada iii) Percentage of Permanent Resident applications refused on safety and security grounds against total PR applications assessed Percentage 0.15 . 0.34 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016 The percentage of permanent resident applications (cases) refused on safety and security grounds in 2016 was 0.34%. A stringent screening process decreases the likelihood of individuals with security and criminal history applying for permanent resident status.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Managed migration that promotes Canadian interests and protects the health, safety and security of Canadians. Migration Control and Security Management Eligibility and Admissibility Screening, Status and Documents Travel is facilitated for legitimate permanent residents, temporary residents and visitors i) Number of Permanent Resident Status documents issued (Permanent Resident cards and Permanent Resident Travel Documents) Narratative Description . . To be confirmed based on operational capacity . 593738 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016 In 2016, IRCC issued a total of 593,738 status documents, an increase of 40% from the previous year. This increase can be attributed to the increase in immigration levels as well as the allocation of additional processing resources. The implementation of the Interactive Advance Passenger Information (IAPI) system in the fall of 2016 also reinforced the requirement for all permanent residents to have appropriate status documents to board a commercial aircraft travelling to Canada.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Managed migration that promotes Canadian interests and protects the health, safety and security of Canadians. Migration Control and Security Management Eligibility and Admissibility Screening, Status and Documents Travel is facilitated for legitimate permanent residents, temporary residents and visitors ii) Number of eTAs issued Number 3200000 3200000 2571844 Attention Required Dec-2016 In 2016, a total of 2,571,844 electronic travel authorizations (eTA) were issued. The eTA launched as a voluntary program on August 1, 2015, and became a mandatory entry requirement on March 15, 2016. Following a leniency period, mandatory enforcement of the eTA requirement at the time of check-in for flights to Canada began on November 10, 2016, with the implementation of the Canada Border Services Agency’s (CBSA) Interactive Advance Passenger Information (IAPI) system.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Managed migration that promotes Canadian interests and protects the health, safety and security of Canadians. Migration Control and Security Management Eligibility and Admissibility Screening, Status and Documents Travel is facilitated for legitimate permanent residents, temporary residents and visitors iii) Number of Temporary Resident Visas, study and work applications issued Narratative Description . . To be confirmed based on operational capacity . 2045613 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016 In 2016, a total of 2,045,613 temporary resident visas, study and work permits were issued. The number of temporary resident visas and study and work permits issued in 2016 has increased by 275,414 from 2015. The increase in the number of visas and permits issued is in line with the surge in the number of applications received and the increase in processing capacity.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Managed migration that promotes Canadian interests and protects the health, safety and security of Canadians. Migration Control and Security Management Eligibility and Admissibility Screening, Status and Documents Travel is facilitated for legitimate permanent residents, temporary residents and visitors iv) Number of Temporary Resident Permits issued Narratative Description . . To be confirmed based on operational capacity . 10579 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016 In 2016, a total of 10,579 temporary resident permits (TRP) were issued. TRP issuance levels remain stable as TRPs are issued under specific circumstances, and there have been no external factors to drive the numbers up or down.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Managed migration that promotes Canadian interests and protects the health, safety and security of Canadians. Migration Control and Security Management Global Assistance for Irregular Migrants Migrants who are determined to be destined to Canada through human smuggling operations are returned to and reintegrated in their countries of origin i) Percentage of irregular migrants surveyed following return and reintegration who report no further intention to migrate illegally Percentage 80 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Based on final reporting received from the International Organization for Migration (IOM) for fiscal year 2016–17, it has been reported that overall the GAIM Program continues to be successful with respect to Canada’s mandate of deterring human smuggling. Through surveys and interviews conducted with victims of human smuggling assisted through GAIM, 100% of individuals who received assistance responded that they had no further intention to migrate illegally to Canada.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Managed migration that promotes Canadian interests and protects the health, safety and security of Canadians. Migration Control and Security Management Global Assistance for Irregular Migrants Migrants who are determined to be destined to Canada through human smuggling operations are returned to and reintegrated in their countries of origin ii) Percentage of irregular migrants surveyed who report they have satisfactorily reintegrated upon voluntarily returning Percentage 80 . 98 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 98% of respondents reported that they had satisfactorily reintegrated into their country of origin upon voluntarily returning through the GAIM Program.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Managed migration that promotes Canadian interests and protects the health, safety and security of Canadians. Migration Control and Security Management Identity Management The identity of applicants is established and verified across the immigration continuum i) Percentage of applicants biometrically enrolled over the entire volume of immigration and refugee (IRPA) applications Narratative Description . . To be determined in 2020 . 0.115 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2020 Biometrically enrolled applicants increased from 10.7% in 2015 to 11.5% in 2016. The increase appears to be consistent with the application volume trends relating to temporary resident and overseas resettlement applicants.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Managed migration that promotes Canadian interests and protects the health, safety and security of Canadians. Migration Control and Security Management Identity Management The identity of applicants is established and verified across the immigration continuum ii) Percentage of biometric enrolments that matched existing Canadian records (i.e., immigration or refugee records ) Narratative Description . . To be determined based on baseline established in first evaluation in 2015–16 (the evaluation has been delayed to 2017–18) . 0.176 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2018 The percentage of biometric enrolments that matched existing Canadian records increased from 14.2% in 2015 to 17.6% in 2016. The increase is due to the fact that more of the biometrically required population is enrolled; therefore, more matches are occurring.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Managed migration that promotes Canadian interests and protects the health, safety and security of Canadians. Passport Legitimate travellers are in possession of Canadian travel documents i) Number of confirmed identity fraud cases known to the Passport Program in a given year Number 33 . 68 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 In 2016–2017, the Passport Program confirmed 20 non-issued fraudulent applications and detected 48 fraudulently obtained genuine travel documents. The Department continues to collaborate with security and intelligence partners to identify individuals whose identity and/or entitlement to a Canadian travel document may require additional review.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Managed migration that promotes Canadian interests and protects the health, safety and security of Canadians. Passport Passport Program meets the expectations of Canadian travel document holders i) Percentage of clients who indicated they were satisfied with services they received Percentage 90 . 97 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 In the 2017 survey,  97% of respondents indicated that they were satisfied with their overall service experience. While this remains consistent with respondent satisfaction levels from the past three editions, an unprecedented 60% of respondents were “very satisfied” with their overall service experience, representing a 4% increase from the 2016 survey.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Permanent Economic Residents Canadian Experience Class Temporary residents who have demonstrated some ability to establish themselves in Canada transition to permanent residence in support of the labour market needs of Canada i) Canadian Experience Class (CEC) principal applicants’ incidence of employment as a percentage of the Canadian average, five years after landing Narratative Description . . 0.17 . Result not available Result not available Dec-2016 Data from the Longitudinal Immigration Database (IMDB), which is the source of information for this indicator, were unavailable for 2016–17 due to an unexpected delay.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Permanent Economic Residents Canadian Experience Class Temporary residents who have demonstrated some ability to establish themselves in Canada transition to permanent residence in support of the labour market needs of Canada ii) Percentage of CEC principal applicants with employment earnings at or above the Canadian average, five years after landing Narratative Description . . 0.4 . Result not available Result not available Dec-2016 Data from the Longitudinal Immigration Database (IMDB), which is the source of information for this indicator, were unavailable for 2016–17 due to an unexpected delay.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Permanent Economic Residents Canadian Experience Class Temporary residents who have demonstrated some ability to establish themselves in Canada transition to permanent residence in support of the labour market needs of Canada iii) Rate of social assistance for CEC principal applicants, five years after landing Narratative Description . . 0.008 . Result not available Result not available Dec-2016 Data from the Longitudinal Immigration Database (IMDB), which is the source of information for this indicator, were unavailable for 2016–17 due to an unexpected delay.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Permanent Economic Residents Caregiver Caregiver principal applicants support the needs of the Canadian labour market i) Caregiver principal applicants’ incidence of employment relative to the Canadian average, five years after landing Narratative Description . . To be determined in 2016 when baseline is available . N/A Result not available Dec-2020 Data from the Longitudinal Immigration Database (IMDB), which is the source of information for this indicator, were unavailable for 2016–17.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Permanent Economic Residents Caregiver Caregiver principal applicants support the needs of the Canadian labour market ii) Percentage of caregiver principal applicants with employment earnings at or above the Canadian average, five years after landing Narratative Description . . To be determined in 2016 when baseline is available . N/A Result not available Dec-2020 Data from the Longitudinal Immigration Database (IMDB), which is the source of information for this indicator, were unavailable for 2016–17.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Permanent Economic Residents Caregiver Caregiver principal applicants support the needs of the Canadian labour market iii) Rate of social assistance for caregiver principal applicants, five years after landing Narratative Description . . To be determined in 2016 when baseline is available . N/A Result not available Dec-2020 Data from the Longitudinal Immigration Database (IMDB), which is the source of information for this indicator, were unavailable for 2016–17.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Permanent Economic Residents Caregiver Eligible caregivers transition from temporary resident status and are admitted to Canada, along with their family members, as permanent residents i) Number of temporary caregivers and their family members who obtain permanent resident status Number 20000 22000 18467 Attention Required Dec-2016 In 2016, the number of caregivers (including those under the Live-in Caregiver Program, the Caring for Children Class, the Caring for People with High Medical Needs Class and their family members who obtained permanent resident status) was 18,467. This falls below the planned range of 20,000 to 22,000.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Permanent Economic Residents Federal Business Immigrants Federal business immigrants contribute investment, entrepreneurship skills and ideas towards strengthening the Canadian economy i) Number of Federal Business Immigrant principal applicants admitted to Canada Number 500 900 323 Attention Required Dec-2016 In 2016, 323 principal applicants were admitted to Canada under the Federal Business Immigrants Program, which is under the target. This reflects a shift to smaller-volume programs that target a higher calibre of applicants. Program changes included introducing the Start-Up Visa Program in 2013 to attract innovative entrepreneurs who have the potential to start high-growth and globally competitive businesses in Canada and cancelling the Immigrant Investor and Entrepreneur programs in 2014.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Permanent Economic Residents Federal Skilled Trades Federal skilled tradespersons (FSTs) with skills that support the labour market needs of Canada i) FST principal applicants’ incidence of employment relative to the Canadian average, five years after landing Narratative Description . . To be determined in 2020—once data for sufficient years since landing is available . N/A Result not available Dec-2020 As the Federal Skilled Trades Sub-Program was launched in January 2013, FSTs have not been in Canada for a sufficient period of time to obtain baseline information (to develop targets) or for actual performance results to be made available.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Permanent Economic Residents Federal Skilled Trades Federal skilled tradespersons (FSTs) with skills that support the labour market needs of Canada ii) Percentage of FST principal applicants with employment earnings at or above the Canadian average, five years after landing Narratative Description . . To be determined in 2020—once data for sufficient years since landing is available . N/A Result not available Dec-2020 As the Federal Skilled Trades Sub-Program was launched in January 2013, FSTs have not been in Canada for a sufficient period of time to obtain baseline information (to develop targets) or for actual performance results to be made available.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Permanent Economic Residents Federal Skilled Trades Federal skilled tradespersons (FSTs) with skills that support the labour market needs of Canada iii) Rate of social assistance for FST principal applicants, five years after landing Narratative Description . . To be determined in 2020—once data for sufficient years since landing is available . N/A Result not available Dec-2020 As the Federal Skilled Trades Sub-Program was launched in January 2013, FSTs have not been in Canada for a sufficient period of time to obtain baseline information (to develop targets) or for actual performance results to be made available.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Permanent Economic Residents Federal Skilled Workers Federal skilled workers (FSWs) adapt to the needs of the Canadian labour market i) FSW principal applicants’ incidence of employment relative to the Canadian average, five years after landing Narratative Description . . 0.15 . Result not available Result not available Dec-2020 Data from the Longitudinal Immigration Database (IMDB), which is the source of information for these indicators, were unavailable for 2016–17 due to an unexpected delay.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Permanent Economic Residents Federal Skilled Workers Federal skilled workers (FSWs) adapt to the needs of the Canadian labour market ii) Percentage of FSW principal applicants with employment earnings at or above the Canadian average, five years after landing Narratative Description . . ? 35% . Result not available Result not available Dec-2020 Data from the Longitudinal Immigration Database (IMDB), which is the source of information for these indicators, were unavailable for 2016–17 due to an unexpected delay.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Permanent Economic Residents Federal Skilled Workers Federal skilled workers (FSWs) adapt to the needs of the Canadian labour market iii) Rate of social assistance for FSW principal applicants, five years after landing Narratative Description . . ? 5% . Result not available Result not available Dec-2020 Data from the Longitudinal Immigration Database (IMDB), which is the source of information for these indicators, were unavailable for 2016–17 due to an unexpected delay.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Permanent Economic Residents Provincial Nominee PNs contribute to the shared benefits of immigration in regions of Canada i) Percentage of PNs who settle that are retained outside of Toronto and Vancouver CMAs (excludes Quebec and QSWs) Percentage 90 . 83.6 Attention Required Dec-2016 The percentage of PNs who settled and were retained outside of Toronto and Vancouver decreased slightly from 84.9% in 2015 to 83.6% in 2016. This slight decrease may reflect the fact that PNs tend to migrate the longer they have been in Canada. While not achieving the 90% target, this figure is still higher than the rate for federal economic immigrants, which represents a significant contribution to more regionally balanced immigration patterns.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Permanent Economic Residents Provincial Nominee PNs support the labour market needs of the province or territory of nomination i) PN principal applicants’ incidence of employment, in their province or territory of nomination, relative to that province or territory’s incidence of employment, five years after landing Narratative Description . . ? +10% . Result not available Result not available Dec-2020 Data from the Longitudinal Immigration Database (IMDB), which is the source of information for these indicators, were unavailable for 2016–17.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Permanent Economic Residents Provincial Nominee Provincial nominees (PNs) support regional labour market needs i) Percentage of PN principal applicants with employment earnings at or above the Canadian average, five years after landing Narratative Description . . ? 25% . Result not available Result not available Dec-2016 Data from the Longitudinal Immigration Database (IMDB), which is the source of information for these indicators, were unavailable for 2016–17.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Permanent Economic Residents Quebec Business Immigrants Successful Quebec-selected Business Immigrant applicants and family members are admitted to Quebec i) Number of admissions of Quebec-selected Business Immigrants and family members destined to Quebec Number 5200 5500 4634 Attention Required Dec-2016 In 2016, 4,634 Quebec business immigrants were admitted (including both principal applicants and dependants). Admissions under the Quebec business immigrant class have fluctuated in recent years, but the Department remains committed to processing applicants in accordance with Quebec’s published targets while ensuring that candidates meet all federal immigration requirements. This reflects the ongoing commitment to work in partnership with Quebec in admitting immigrants destined for the province.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Permanent Economic Residents Quebec Skilled Workers Successful Quebec skilled worker (QSW) applicants and family members are admitted to Quebec i) Number of admissions of QSWs destined to Quebec Number 25500 27000 25857 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016 In 2016, a total of 25,857 people were admitted to Quebec under the QSW Program, which was within the planned range of 25,500 to 27,000. The general trend has been a decline in total admissions in the last five years. The Department remains committed to working bilaterally with Quebec and to processing QSWs in accordance with the province’s published targets and ensuring that these individuals meet all federal program requirements.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Temporary Economic Residents International Experience Canada Exchanges of Canadian and foreign participants are reciprocal i) Ratio of International Experience Canada (IEC) foreign participants to Canadian participants Narratative Description . . 2:1 ratio . Result not available Result not available Dec-2019 For 2016–17, the annual exchange of participant data with IEC Youth Mobility Agreement (YMA) partners is ongoing and the latest complete data available on Canadians going abroad to IEC YMA partners are from 2015–16. These data show the ratio of IEC foreign participants to Canadian participants was 3:1, which is beneath the target of 2:1 (by 2019). IRCC continues to make Canadians aware of the benefits of the IEC and opportunities abroad.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Temporary Economic Residents International Students Educational institutions and international students benefit from having foreign nationals study and work in Canada i) Number of student permit holder entries into Canada Narratative Description . . To be confirmed based on operational capacity . 267213 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016 In 2016, there were 267,213 foreign student entries into Canada. The International Student Program is demand-driven, and has seen a 26% increase since 2014. International students contribute to the cultural, social and economic landscape of Canada, and improving Canada’s standing as a destination of choice for international students is a priority for the federal government.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Migration of permanent and temporary residents that strengthens Canada’s economy. Temporary Economic Residents Temporary Work Authorization Eligible foreign nationals authorized for temporary work enter Canada, consistent with regulations and standards i) Number of entries into Canada of foreign nationals authorized for temporary work Narratative Description . . To be confirmed based on operational capacity . 286351 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016 In 2016, a total of 286,351 temporary foreign workers were authorized to work in Canada under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) and the International Mobility Program (IMP). After a 14.5% decrease from 2014 to 2015, the number of workers in 2016 rebounded to approximately 2014 levels. In general, about 30% of temporary foreign workers are authorized to work under the TFWP, and 70% under the IMP.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Citizenship for Newcomers and All Canadians Citizenship Acquisition, Confirmation and Revocation Applications for proofs and grants of citizenship are processed i) Total number of decisions for grants of citizenship Narratative Description . . To be confirmed based on operational capacity . 116069 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 In 2016–17, a total of 116,069 citizenship grant decisions were rendered. There was a drop in intake of citizenship applications resulting from the legislative amendment, Strengthening the Canadian Citizenship Act (known as C–24), which came into effect June 11, 2015, which lengthened the physical presence requirement. This in turn reduced the number of referrals to local offices for decision.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Citizenship for Newcomers and All Canadians Citizenship Acquisition, Confirmation and Revocation Applications for proofs and grants of citizenship are processed ii) Total number of decisions for proofs of citizenship Narratative Description . . To be confirmed based on operational capacity . 58550 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 There has been a high level of citizenship proof applications received over the past year. Decisions for proofs of Canadian citizenship reached 58,550 in 2016–17. This represented a decrease over 2015–16 figures.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Citizenship for Newcomers and All Canadians Citizenship Awareness Newcomers and established Canadians are made aware of responsibilities and privileges associated with Canadian citizenship i) Percentage of enhanced citizenship ceremonies held in partnership with community or external organizations Percentage 15 . 23 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 In the 2016–17 fiscal year, a decreased inventory of citizenship applications resulted in fewer citizenship ceremonies compared to the 2015–16 fiscal year. As a result, the Department was able to have a greater proportion of enhanced citizenship ceremonies, with 23% of the 1,508 ceremonies in the 2016–17 fiscal year considered enhanced.
The Department expects the overall number of ceremonies moving forward to increase with the anticipated rise in citizenship applications.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Citizenship for Newcomers and All Canadians Citizenship Awareness Newcomers and established Canadians are made aware of responsibilities and privileges associated with Canadian citizenship ii) Percentage of applicants who write and pass the written citizenship knowledge test Percentage 80 90 89 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Applicants between 14 and 64 years of age must meet the knowledge requirement in order to be granted citizenship. The vast majority of applicants meet this requirement through the written knowledge test, which indicates a high degree of compliance and the success of efforts in promoting the importance of preparing for the citizenship test.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Citizenship for Newcomers and All Canadians Citizenship Awareness Newcomers and established Canadians are made aware of responsibilities and privileges associated with Canadian citizenship iii) Number of Discover Canada guides distributed (printed and downloaded) Number 800000 . 227550 Attention Required Mar-2017 The Discover Canada guide distribution levels showed a significant drop from previous years. This is due to the fact that IRCC no longer records PDF downloads from external sources (search engines, other websites, email) or EPUB (electronic publication) downloads from any source (external or the IRCC website). However, the guide was electronically viewed 1,111,623 times in 2016–17, a 32% increase from last year.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Multiculturalism for Newcomers and All Canadians Federal and Public Institutional Multiculturalism Support Federal institutions are supported in meeting their obligations under the Canadian Multiculturalism Act i) Participation rate of federal institutions in official multiculturalism activities* *Activities include multiculturalism champions meetings and workshops. Narratative Description . . 0.6 . The Multiculturalism Program was transferred to the Minister of Canadian Heritage on November 4, 2015. Therefore, IRCC no longer reports on performance results. Target no longer applicable Mar-2017
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Multiculturalism for Newcomers and All Canadians Federal and Public Institutional Multiculturalism Support Federal institutions are supported in meeting their obligations under the Canadian Multiculturalism Act ii) Number of support or outreach activities provided to federal institutions Narratative Description . . ? 5 . The Multiculturalism Program was transferred to the Minister of Canadian Heritage on November 4, 2015. Therefore, IRCC no longer reports on performance results. Target no longer applicable Mar-2017
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Multiculturalism for Newcomers and All Canadians Federal and Public Institutional Multiculturalism Support Federal institutions report on their responsiveness to the needs of a diverse society i) Percentage of respondents (federal institutions) who report on their implementation of the Canadian Multiculturalism Act Narratative Description . . ? 75% . The Multiculturalism Program was transferred to the Minister of Canadian Heritage on November 4, 2015. Therefore, IRCC no longer reports on performance results. Target no longer applicable Mar-2017
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Multiculturalism for Newcomers and All Canadians Multiculturalism Awareness Program participants have an increased civic memory and respect for Canada’s core democratic values i) Annual percentage of program participants reporting increased civic memory and respect for Canada’s core democratic values Narratative Description . . ? 70% . The Multiculturalism Program was transferred to the Minister of Canadian Heritage on November 4, 2015. Therefore, IRCC no longer reports on performance results. Target no longer applicable Mar-2017
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Multiculturalism for Newcomers and All Canadians Multiculturalism Awareness Program participants report a better understanding of a religious, ethnic, or cultural group that is different from their own i) Annual percentage of program participants reporting increased intercultural/interfaith understanding Narratative Description . . ? 70% . The Multiculturalism Program was transferred to the Minister of Canadian Heritage on November 4, 2015. Therefore, IRCC no longer reports on performance results. Target no longer applicable Mar-2017
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Newcomer Settlement and Integration Grant to Quebec Quebec provides settlement and integration services to newcomers in the province that are comparable to services provided across Canada i) Percentage of key areas examined in which services provided in Quebec are found to be comparable to services provided across Canada Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Sep-2017 In October 2016, the Comité mixte, co-chaired by officials from IRCC and Quebec’s Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Diversité et de l’Inclusion, approved the comparison of reception and linguistic, cultural and economic integration services for immigrants offered by Canada and Quebec . The study showed reception and integration services offered by the two jurisdictions remained comparable at the time of the review (2015-2016) and no fundamental discrepancies were identified.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Newcomer Settlement and Integration Immigration Loan Individuals in need receive and repay immigration loans i) Percentage of resettled refugees by family unit (i.e., principal applicants) that receive transportation and/or admissibility loans Percentage 100 100 41 Attention Required Dec-2016 In 2016, a total of 41% of principal applicant refugees who landed in Canada received immigration loans. This figure is lower than the target of 100% as it reflects lower demand for loans in 2016 due to the Government’s enhanced efforts to resettle Syrian refugees throughout the year by covering the cost of medical examinations and travel to Canada. Costs were covered for 9,093 Syrian government-assisted refugee and privately sponsored refugee families.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Newcomer Settlement and Integration Immigration Loan Individuals in need receive and repay immigration loans ii) Percentage of resettled refugees by family unit (i.e., principal applicants) that receive settlement assistance loans Percentage 40 40 27 Attention Required Dec-2016 In 2016, of the principal applicants who landed in Canada, 27% received settlement assistance loans. This is lower than the target of 40% and is likely due to Canada’s Syrian refugee initiative. Clients had less need of financial assistance soon after arrival in Canada. Through coordinated efforts with the Canadian private sector and civil society, many Syrian refugees received material support upon arrival in Canada.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Newcomer Settlement and Integration Immigration Loan Individuals in need receive and repay immigration loans iii) Percentage of loan recipients who repay their immigration loans within the original prescribed loan period Percentage 75 75 62 Attention Required Dec-2016 In 2016, a total of 62% of immigration loan recipients repaid their loans within the original prescribed loan period. This result is due to collection efforts on older accounts that were no longer within the prescribed loan period.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Newcomer Settlement and Integration Resettlement Assistance Program Government-assisted refugees have access to IRCC settlement services i) Percentage of Government-assisted refugees outside Quebec who access settlement services within six months since landing Percentage 85 . 95 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 In 2016-17, the uptake of IRCC settlement services by government-assisted refugees (GARs) within six months of arrival was 95%. This exceeded the target by 10%. Uptake has risen each year over the last few years from 89% in 2014–15 to 93.5% in 2015–16 and 95% in 2016–17.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Newcomer Settlement and Integration Resettlement Assistance Program Government-assisted refugees have their immediate and essential needs met i) Percentage of Government-assisted refugees who report that their immediate and essential resettlement needs were met by the Resettlement Assistance Program (RAP) services Percentage 80 . 82 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Data for this indicator was made available from the 2016 Settlement Program Client Outcome Survey, which surveyed 743 government-assisted refugees (GARs) who received settlement services between April 1, 2013 and November 10, 2015. Overall, it found that 82% indicated that the support provided met around half of their needs or more, with 56% indicating it mostly or completely met their needs. The 82% response exceeds the target by 2%.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Newcomer Settlement and Integration Settlement Community and Labour Market Integration Services Clients acquire skills to function in the Canadian work environment i) Percentage of clients who received IRCC services and acquired knowledge about skills to function in the Canadian work environment and attribute this to IRCC services Narratative Description . . N/A . 0.728 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 In a recent client survey, almost three-quarters of respondents who were working at the time of the survey, or who intended to work in the future, reported that they increased their knowledge of how to function in the Canadian work environment. However, this result reflects only the percentage of clients who reported knowledge of the work environment and cannot be attributed directly to IRCC-funded services.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Newcomer Settlement and Integration Settlement Community and Labour Market Integration Services Clients acquire skills to function in the Canadian work environment ii) Percentage of employed clients who received IRCC services and who are working in a job that either matches or is related to their skills and experience Percentage 50 . 59 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 This indicator focuses on getting a job that matches or is related to clients’ skills and experience. Among clients who received IRCC-funded services and are currently working, over half reported working in jobs that match or are related to their experience and skills. Clients reported that the biggest challenges in getting a job that matches skills or experience were the “need to improve English or French” and “not having enough Canadian experience”.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Newcomer Settlement and Integration Settlement Community and Labour Market Integration Services Clients gain knowledge of life in Canada i) Percentage of clients who acquired knowledge about life in Canada and attributed it to government websites or service providers Narratative Description . . N/A . 0.954 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 All IRCC-funded settlement services delivered by service providers aim to equip clients with information about life in Canada, including information and orientation, language training, community connection and even needs assessments and referrals. Client survey findings indicated that, while not specifically attributed to government websites or service providers, a vast majority of respondents have knowledge of various aspects of Canada.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Newcomer Settlement and Integration Settlement Language Training Clients learn official language skills for adapting to Canadian society i) Annual percentage of language training clients who increased at least one Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) level for at least three of four skills Percentage 15 . 19.01 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 In 2016–17, approximately 111,000 clients received IRCC-funded language training at various Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) levels (used to measure client progress on each of the four skills taught in language classes). In 2016–17, almost one-fifth of language training clients (more than 20,000) improved by at least one CLB level on three out of the four skills. This is slightly higher than the previous year and exceeded the established target.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Newcomer Settlement and Integration Settlement Language Training Clients learn official language skills for adapting to Canadian society ii) Annual percentage of language training clients who have completed CLB four or above in listening and speaking Percentage 10 . 40.54 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Higher language competencies facilitate integration, and listening and speaking skills are deemed important skills to communicate daily with others in Canada. Of the clients who participated in language training, more than 40% successfully completed some of the higher levels (CLB level four or above in listening and speaking, the level necessary to acquire Canadian citizenship). This greatly exceeds the target.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration Newcomers and citizens participate in fostering an integrated society. Newcomer Settlement and Integration Settlement Language Training Clients learn official language skills for adapting to Canadian society iii) Percentage of clients who reported an improvement in official language skills and attributed their improvement to IRCC language training Narratative Description . . N/A . 0.957 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Data for this indicator were collected using the client survey. The survey findings indicate that a large majority of clients improved their language skills. Among the four skills, listening and speaking were reported as having been improved the most. However, this result reflects only the percentage of clients who reported an improvement in their official language skills and cannot be attributed directly to IRCC-funded language training.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Learning Canada Education Savings Program Canadians are able to finance their participation in post-secondary education using RESP savings Percentage of full- and part-time post-secondary students (aged 15 to 29) who used RESP funds to help finance their participation in post-secondary education Percentage 23.5 . 24.4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Learning Canada Education Savings Program Children under 18 have savings for post-secondary education in RESPs. Percentage of children under 18 (in the current calendar year) who have ever received a Canada Education Savings Grant. Percentage 50.5 . 51.1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Learning Canada Education Savings Program Children under 18 have savings for post-secondary education in RESPs. Total amount of RESP assets at the end of the current calendar year. Dollar 46000000000 . 51300000000 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Learning Canada Education Savings Program Low-income families open RESPs for their children’s post-secondary education Percentage of eligible children, in the current calendar year, who have ever received a Canada Learning Bond Percentage 34.5 . 34.7 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2016
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Learning Canada Loans and Grants for Students and Apprentices Program Apprentices registered in Red Seal trades benefit from financing for apprenticeship training Number of Red Seal apprentices who received Canada Apprentice Loans Narratative Description . . Not applicable . 15600 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Learning Canada Loans and Grants for Students and Apprentices Program Canadians, including those from under-represented groups, have access to financing for their post-secondary education. Percentage and number of full-time post?secondary students (aged 15 to 29 ) in participating provinces/territories who used a Canada Student Loan, and/or a Canada Student Grant and/or who benefited from an interest-free status on their loan while attending school to help finance their participation in post-secondary education Percentage 47 . 48 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Note that the numerator of the indicator (number of students benefiting from SFA) remains the same as last year; However, the Office Chief Actuarial projects an increase in the denominator (number of students in PSE), which leads to the decrease in percentage.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Learning Canada Loans and Grants for Students and Apprentices Program Clients are satisfied with the quality of services they receive. Percentage of in-study and in-repayment borrowers who are satisfied with the overall loan experience provided by the Canada Student Loans and Grants for Students and Canada Apprentice Loans Program Percentage 78 80 80 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Learning Canada Loans and Grants for Students and Apprentices Program Student loan borrowers can and do repay their loans. Default rate each year is within +/- 3 percentage points of default rate in previous year. Narratative Description . . plus or minus 3 percentage points . Not available Result not available Jul-2017 This indicator shows the three-year default rate of those Canada Student Loans borrowers who entered repayment in 2014-2015 and will finish their third year of repayment in the current reporting year (2016-2017). At the time of reporting, the 2016-2017 loan year has not yet finished, therefore the three-year default rate is projected using the first two years of data.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy Through pre-employment support, skills development and demand-driven job training, an increasing number of Indigenous peoples are employed and integrated into the Canadian labour market Number of clients who obtained employment following service intervention(s) Number 15250 . 20241 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Apprenticeship Grants Apprenticeship Completion Grant applicants receive a payment, or a non-payment notification, in a timely manner. Percentage of initial Apprenticeship Completion Grant payments and non-payment notifications issued within 28 days. Percentage 95 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The target was exceeded as a result of efficiencies gained in streamlining grant applications processing and improved training for apprenticeship grant specialized processing agents. Performance improvement can also be attributed to collaboration between national operations and processing sites to remove redundancies in processes, address gaps in procedures and improved communications with provincial/territorial trade authorities. Additionally, workloads are monitored closely to adjust for fluctuations and ensure targets are being met.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Apprenticeship Grants Apprenticeship Incentive Grant applicants receive a payment, or a non-payment notification, in a timely manner. Percentage of initial Apprenticeship Incentive Grant payments and non-payment notifications issued within 28 days. Percentage 95 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The target was exceeded as a result of efficiencies gained in streamlining grant applications processing and improved training for apprenticeship grant specialized processing agents. Performance improvement can also be attributed to collaboration between national operations and processing sites to remove redundancies in processes, address gaps in procedures and improved communications with provincial/territorial trade authorities. Additionally, workloads are monitored closely to adjust for fluctuations and ensure targets are being met.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Apprenticeship Grants Participant progression in and completion of an apprenticeship program in a designated Red Seal trade is increased. Number of Completion Grants issued. Number 22500 . 24523 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The variance between the target number of Apprenticeship Incentive Grants and the actual number of grants issued was -5.5% in 2016–17 and can be attributed to lower than expected up-take. The variance between the target number of Apprenticeship Completion Grants and the actual number of grants issued was more than 5% in 2016-17 and can be attributed to a strong demand for grants by completing apprentices.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Apprenticeship Grants Participant progression in and completion of an apprenticeship program in a designated Red Seal trade is increased. Number of Incentive Grants issued. Number 53300 . 50367 Attention Required Mar-2017 The variance between the target number of Apprenticeship Incentive Grants and the actual number of grants issued was -5.5% in 2016–17 and can be attributed to lower than expected up-take. The variance between the target number of Apprenticeship Completion Grants and the actual number of grants issued was more than 5% in 2016-17 and can be attributed to a strong demand for grants by completing apprentices.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Canada Job Fund Agreements Increase labour market participation of Canadians through funding for provincial/territorial programs that aim to help them develop the skills necessary to find and keep a job, and increase employer involvement/ investment in skills training Average employer contribution to the Canada Job Grant in a given year. Narratative Description . . Provinces and territories set targets . Not available Result not available Mar-2017 Provincial/Territorial reporting is not currently available and will be published in the next report.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Canada Job Fund Agreements Increase labour market participation of Canadians through funding for provincial/territorial programs that aim to help them develop the skills necessary to find and keep a job, and increase employer involvement/ investment in skills training Change in employment status of participants benefiting from programs covered under the Canada Job Fund. Narratative Description . . Provinces and territories set targets . Not available Result not available Mar-2017 Provincial/Territorial reporting is not currently available and will be published in the next report.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Canada Job Fund Agreements Increase labour market participation of Canadians through funding for provincial/territorial programs that aim to help them develop the skills necessary to find and keep a job, and increase employer involvement/ investment in skills training Number of participants benefiting from programs covered under the Canada Job Fund. Narratative Description . . Provinces and territories set targets . Not available Result not available Mar-2017 Provincial/Territorial reporting is not currently available and will be published in the next report.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Employment Insurance Canadians have access to Employment Insurance information through specialized call centres. Percentage of specialized calls answered by an EI agent within 10 minutes. Percentage 80 . 48 Attention Required Mar-2017 Overall, the service level results are attributed to call volumes exceeding the call handling capacity. With Budget 2016 funding, the Employment Insurance Specialized Call Centre network increased its capacity by 338 agent full-time equivalents (FTEs) in order to improve service and accessibility. This additional capacity resulted in meeting Budget 2016 objective of reaching a 65% service level and 60% accessibility for the month of March 2017. Additionally, the Department is on track to meet its Budget 2016 commitment for 2017-2018 of maintaining an annualized average of 65% service level and 60% accessibility for the year.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Employment Insurance Clients are accurately identified for the purpose of receiving the appropriate service or benefit for SIN-based programs. Accuracy rate for legitimate SIN in the Social Insurance Register. Percentage 99.9 . 99.9 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Employment Insurance Clients making requests for reconsideration of Employment Insurance decisions receive a reconsideration decision in a timely manner Percentage of request for reconsideration decisions finalized within 30 days from the request being received Percentage 70 . 59.6 Attention Required Mar-2017 The fiscal year began with a large inventory of requests which significantly impacted the result. A number of measures were implemented as part of an overall workload reduction/performance improvement plan, which resulted in the reduction of the inventory to sustainable levels. Speed of service was met on a weekly basis from mid-November until end to the fiscal year.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Employment Insurance Eligible Canadians receive a SIN in a timely manner. Percentage of SINs issued in one in-person visit (based on complete application with all supporting documentation). Percentage 90 . 98.6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Employment Insurance Eligible Employment Insurance applicants receive a benefit payment in the right amount. Percentage of payment accuracy of Employment Insurance Percentage 95 . 95.4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Employment Insurance Employment Insurance applicants receive a benefit payment or a non-payment notification in a timely manner. Percentage of Employment Insurance benefit payments or non-payment notifications issued within 28 days of filing Percentage 80 . 83.2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Employment Insurance Workers in an adjustment situation have access to temporary financial assistance. Proportion of regular Employment Insurance claimants who do not exhaust all their weeks of benefits Percentage 75 . . Result not available Mar-2017 There is a time lag in the availability of EI data for the reporting year 2016–17.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Employment Insurance Workers in an adjustment situation have access to temporary financial assistance. Proportion of regular Employment Insurance claimants who receive benefits and are not frequent claimants. Percentage 75 . . Result not available Mar-2017 There is a time lag in the availability of EI data for the reporting year 2016–17.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Employment Insurance Workers in an adjustment situation have access to temporary financial assistance. Proportion of the full year of Employment Insurance maternity and parental benefits used by parents of newborns. Percentage 90 . . Result not available Mar-2017 There is a time lag in the availability of EI data for the reporting year 2016–17.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Enabling Fund for Official Language Minority Communities OLMCs are better able to implement and sustain community economic and human resource development. Amount invested by non-Enabling Fund-funded partners* for every dollar invested by the Fund in community economic development and human resources development Narratative Description . . Two dollars invested for each dollar allocated to official language minority communities through the EF program . 2.69 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment First Nations Job Fund First Nations Job Fund clients on reserve are employed and integrated into the labour market Proportion of the clients who obtained employment following service intervention(s) Percentage 30 . 18 Attention Required Mar-2017 Of the 3,777 clients expected to be referred from INAC’s Enhanced Service Delivery (ESD) to the FNJF, 1,444 clients (as of March 2017), representing 38% of expected referrals, were actually referred and served by the FNJF
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Foreign Credential Recognition Program The labour market needs of immigrant workers, employers, and other stakeholders are met. Portion of skilled immigrants in regulated occupations targeted by systemic foreign credential recognition interventions. Percentage 78 . 80 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 This is a cumulative indicator that demonstrates the increasing influence FCRP funded projects have on regulatory bodies and national associations.  A regulated occupation is considered targeted if FCRP has funded a project with a relevant regulatory body or national association.  This information is recorded on a fiscal year basis with FCRP Operations as the source of this data.  Statistics on skilled immigrant population broken down by occupation intended occupation according to landing data comes from a data request from IRCC, which has been gathered in collaboration with Statistics Canada.  IRCC data is recorded on an annual basis.   Taking into account lag time for IRCC data, this indicator compares program data up to 2016-17 with 2016 landing data.  FCRP can produce this statistic annually upon receipt of updated data from IRCC.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Job Bank Labour market information responds to the needs of students, workers, employers, policy-makers, governments and stakeholder organizations Number of active employer files in the system Narratative Description . . 50, 000 . 131,494

52,854 active employers on Job Bank

78,640 indirect employers on Job Bank
Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Job Bank Labour market information responds to the needs of students, workers, employers, policy-makers, governments and stakeholder organizations Number of job search service subscribers (Job Alerts and Job Match) Narratative Description . . Job Alerts: 650,000

Job Match:
40,000
. 690,033 Job Alerts active subscribers at year end

89,933 active Job Match users at year end


**181,530 new Job Alerts subscribers

144,469 new Job Match users
Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Job Bank Labour market information responds to the needs of students, workers, employers, policy-makers, governments and stakeholder organizations Number of wages and employment outlooks updated on a yearly basis for all economic regions, provinces/territories and national Narratative Description . . Wage data:  15,500

Employment outlooks: 19,000
. Wage data:
16,600

Employment outlooks:
17,00
Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Data permitting: This excludes cases where information for certain occupations in certain regions is unavailable and/or is of insufficient quality. This can occur due to the use of survey data and the fact that not all occupations are found in all parts of Canada.
The move to the new National Occupational Classification (NOC) reduced the total number of occupations for each level of geography.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Job Bank Labour market information responds to the needs of students, workers, employers, policy-makers, governments and stakeholder organizations Number of website visits Narratative Description . . 55
million/year
. 65,387,512 website visits Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Labour Market Agreements for Persons with Disabilities Improve the employment outcomes for persons with disabilities by enhancing their employability, increasing the employment opportunities available to them and demonstrating the best possible results for Canadians Number of clients served. Narratative Description . . Baseline year . Not available Result not available Mar-2017 Not available as there is a one year time lag in data availability.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Labour Market Agreements for Persons with Disabilities Improve the employment outcomes for persons with disabilities by enhancing their employability, increasing the employment opportunities available to them and demonstrating the best possible results for Canadians Number of provinces and territories with agreements in place. Number 13 . . Result not available Mar-2017 Not available as there is a one year time lag in data availability.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Labour Market Development Agreements Through Labour Market Development Agreements, provinces and territories provide Employment Insurance-eligible clients with unemployment benefits and all unemployed Canadians with employment services Number of insured clients employed following an employment program benefit or service intervention Narratative Description . . Provinces and territories set targets . Not available Result not available Mar-2017 Provinces and territories have jurisdiction over setting performance targets for programming funded under Labour Market Development Agreements.
Updated results are based on the most recent data published in the 2015-16 EI Monitoring and Assessment Report.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Labour Market Development Agreements Through Labour Market Development Agreements, provinces and territories provide Employment Insurance-eligible clients with unemployment benefits and all unemployed Canadians with employment services Proportion of insured clients who are employed following the completion of their benefit or service intervention Narratative Description . . Provinces and territories set targets . Not available Result not available Mar-2017 Provinces and territories have jurisdiction over setting performance targets for programming funded under Labour Market Development Agreements.
Updated results are based on the most recent data published in the 2015-16 EI Monitoring and Assessment Report.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Literacy and Essential Skills Adult Canadians have the literacy and essential skills they need to do their job, adapt and succeed in the labour market, and contribute to their communities and families Number of Canadians having accessed essential skills trainings or supports Number 10000 15000 8330 Attention Required Mar-2017 An open call for innovative essential skills training models was held in February 2015, with an annual budget of approximately $10M per year over 5 years.  In fiscal year 2016-17, an additional $5M per year was allocated to increase the number of projects supporting Indigenous people, bringing the cumulative total to approximately $15M per year over five years. As of March 2017, proposal negotiations have advanced and continue to be under review by the Department. Accordingly, results were lower than anticipated in fiscal year 2016-2017.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Literacy and Essential Skills Adult Canadians have the literacy and essential skills they need to do their job, adapt and succeed in the labour market, and contribute to their communities and families Number of organizations supporting essential skills training and development Number 400 . 636 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Opportunities Fund for Persons with Disabilities Persons with disabilities have enhanced their employability, obtained employment, become self-employed or returned to school Number of clients employed or self-employed. Number 2512 . 2142 Attention Required Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Opportunities Fund for Persons with Disabilities Persons with disabilities have enhanced their employability, obtained employment, become self-employed or returned to school Number of clients with enhanced employability Number 4975 . 3195 Attention Required Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Sectoral Initiatives Program Sectoral stakeholders benefit from industry-validated labour market intelligence products, national occupational standards, and certification and accreditation programs Number of labour market information reports or forecasting systems, national occupational standards, certification and accreditation regimes developed or updated via Sectoral Initiatives Program projects Narratative Description . . Labour Market Information: 97
National Occupational Standards: 68
Certification: 24
Accreditation: 7
. Not available Result not available Mar-2017 There is a lag in the availability of data for 2016-17.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship (Red Seal Program) The Red Seal program is recognized by industry as a standard for certification of competency in the skilled trades. Percentage of Red Seal Occupational Standards that are up-to-date and reflect labour market needs. Percentage 100 100 86 Attention Required Mar-2017 To achieve greater efficiencies in collaboration with industry, the CCDA has aligned consultations on the development of Red Seal occupational standards with the harmonization of apprenticeship training. This is being done to be effectively meet the Forum of Labour Market Ministers commitments of 30 trades harmonized covering 90% of apprenticeships by 2020. In doing so, however, there are some low-usage trades’ standards that are not being updated as frequently.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship (Red Seal Program) Through increased progression in the first two years of an apprenticeship program, completions are enhanced in the designated Red Seal trades Percentage of apprentices covered by a Red Seal trade Percentage 75 . . Result not available Mar-2017 The Registered Apprenticeship Information System (RAIS) is an annual survey that is released on an 18-month delay. The 2015 RAIS was released on June 27, 2017.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship (Red Seal Program) Through increased progression in the first two years of an apprenticeship program, completions are enhanced in the designated Red Seal trades Percentage of apprentices who complete an apprenticeship program and obtain certification in a Red Seal Trade. Percentage 50 . . Result not available Mar-2017 The Registered Apprenticeship Information System (RAIS) is an annual survey that is released on an 18-month delay. The 2015 RAIS was released on June 27, 2017.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Skills and Partnership Fund Through partnership-based and project-specific skills development and employment training, an increasing number of Indigenous peoples are employed and integrated into the Canadian labour market Number of clients who obtained employment following service intervention(s). Number 1600 . 1686 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The SPF program was scheduled to sunset in March 2015, but a limited number of projects were extended for 2015-16 pending the launch of the renewed program. Projects were re-extended for 2016-17 while a Call for Proposals was conducted.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Targeted Initiative for Older Workers Unemployed older workers in small communities have access to programs that allow them to acquire the skills, learning experiences and opportunities they need to return to work and/or become more employable Number of approved/extended TIOW projects. Narratative Description . . Provinces and territories set targets . 123 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Targeted Initiative for Older Workers Unemployed older workers in small communities have access to programs that allow them to acquire the skills, learning experiences and opportunities they need to return to work and/or become more employable Number of clients targeted by P/Ts for participation in TIOW projects. Narratative Description . . Provinces and territories set targets . 4089 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Temporary Foreign Worker Program Canadians have access to Temporary Foreign Worker Program information through the Employer Contact Centre within the specialized call centres Percentage of specialized calls answered by an Employer Contact Centre agent within 10 minutes Percentage 80 . 96 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The Employer Contact Centre (ECC), Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) specialized call centres answered 96 percent of calls within 10 minutes, exceeding the established target. The target was exceeded in the ECC due to proactive staffing practices resulting in optimized staffing levels, due to ensuring an optimized management of resources by efficiently scheduling off phone activities, resulting in enhanced performance.
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Temporary Foreign Worker Program Improve the integrity of the TFWP, with the implementation of stronger enforcement and tougher penalties Percentage of targeted employers to undergo an inspection Percentage 100 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Temporary Foreign Worker Program The program is responsive to labour needs when qualified Canadians and permanent residents are not available Percentage of eligible applications processed within 10 business days Percentage 80 . 79 Attention Required Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Youth Employment Strategy Youth have access to programs that allow them to acquire the skills, learning experiences and opportunities they need to find and maintain employment or return to school Number of clients employed or self-employed. Number 3938 . 6095 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development A skilled, adaptable and inclusive labour force and an efficient labour market. Skills and Employment Youth Employment Strategy Youth have access to programs that allow them to acquire the skills, learning experiences and opportunities they need to find and maintain employment or return to school Number of clients served who have started one or more interventions within the current fiscal year. Number 42710 . 77205 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Government-Wide Service Excellence. Delivery of Services for Other Government of Canada Programs Other Government Department Programs Canadians can access programs and services delivered on behalf of other Government of Canada Departments. Number of in-person service requests on behalf of other Government of Canada departments. Narratative Description . . Not available . 1700000 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Government-Wide Service Excellence. Delivery of Services for Other Government of Canada Programs Passport Canadians can obtain a passport within Canada in a timely manner. Percentage of travel documents and other passport services processed within standards. Percentage 90 . 99.6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Service Canada was able to perform substantially above target levels, resulting in better service to Canadians. The target is set in consultation with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada as a minimum operational standard. The importance of this measure to the overall quality of service, however, means that Service Canada makes every effort to exceed the target.
Department of Employment and Social Development Government-Wide Service Excellence. Service Network Supporting Government Departments Government of Canada Internet Presence Canadians have easy, fast and convenient access to information and services on a secure online portal when needed. Percentage usability rating for the Service Canada secure online portal. Narratative Description . . Baseline year . 0.69 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Note that the focus of activity for the Canada.ca site this past year has been on-boarding GC content; the optimization of this content for clients will commence once on-boarding is complete.  As well, the usability rating for Canada.ca reflects a new methodology that is still being baselined.
Department of Employment and Social Development Government-Wide Service Excellence. Service Network Supporting Government Departments Government of Canada Internet Presence Canadians have easy, fast and convenient access to information and services online. Percentage usability rating for Canada.ca. Narratative Description . . Baseline year . 0.838 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Average is based on an 8-month period due to data being unavailable from December 2016 to March 2017.
Department of Employment and Social Development Government-Wide Service Excellence. Service Network Supporting Government Departments Government of Canada Telephone General Enquiries Services Canadians have easy, fast and convenient access to up-to-date government information over the phone as a first point of contact for general information on all Government of Canada programs, services and initiatives. 1 800 O-Canada information completeness, relevancy and accuracy assessment Percentage 85 . 92.4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Government-Wide Service Excellence. Service Network Supporting Government Departments Government of Canada Telephone General Enquiries Services Canadians have easy, fast and convenient access to up-to-date government information over the phone as a first point of contact for general information on all Government of Canada programs, services and initiatives. Percentage of general enquiry calls answered by a 1 800 O-Canada agent within 18 seconds Percentage 80 . 82 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Government-Wide Service Excellence. Service Network Supporting Government Departments In-Person Points of Service Canadians have access to program information and in-person services and have opportunities to self-serve. Average national in-person service quality monitoring rating Narratative Description . . Baseline year . Not available Result not available Mar-2017 Due to the complexity of this program, reliable data is not yet available on this measure.  However, a great deal of work has been dedicated to implementing the program as well as valid and reliable statistics which will be available for  fiscal year 2017-18.
Department of Employment and Social Development Government-Wide Service Excellence. Service Network Supporting Government Departments In-Person Points of Service Canadians have access to program information and in-person services and have opportunities to self-serve. Percentage of clients served in-person who received assistance within 25 minutes. Percentage 80 . 80.6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Canada Disability Savings Program People with severe and prolonged disabilities have a measure of long-term financial security. Percentage of Registered Disability Savings Plan beneficiaries (aged 0 to 49) of low to modest income receiving a Canada Disability Savings Bond who have also received a Canada Disability Savings Grant Percentage 61 . 57.5 Attention Required Mar-2017 The program did not meet the target due to the switch in reporting periods from fiscal to calendar year.
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Canada Disability Savings Program People with severe and prolonged disabilities have a measure of long-term financial security. Percentage of Registered Disability Savings Plan beneficiaries (aged 0 to 49) receiving Canada Disability Savings Grant and/or a Canada Disability Savings Bond Percentage 81 . 86 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Canada Disability Savings Program People with severe and prolonged disabilities have a measure of long-term financial security. Percentage of individuals (aged 0 to 49) eligible for the Disability Tax Credit who have a Registered Disability Savings Plan Percentage 15 . 24.3 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The program exceeded the target due to a series of successful mail out campaigns, targeting those eligible for the Disability Tax Credit, including one in November 2015, which continued to impact uptake into 2016.
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Canada Pension Plan Canadians have access to Canada Pension Plan information through specialized call centres. Percentage of specialized calls answered  by a Canada Pension Plan/Old Age Security agent within 10 minutes Percentage 80 . 82 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Canada Pension Plan Eligible Canada Pension Plan contributors are provided with a measure of income security in the event of retirement Percentage of Canada Pension Plan contributors aged 70+ not receiving retirement benefits Percentage . 1 1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Canada Pension Plan Eligible Canada Pension Plan contributors are provided with a measure of income security in the event of retirement Proportion of new retirement pension beneficiaries who are in the following age groups (60 to 64, 65, 66+) Narratative Description . . Actuarial reductions: 65%
No actuarial adjustment: 30%
Actuarial increases: 5%
. (60-64) 63.3%
(65) 30.1%
(66+) 6.6%
Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Canada Pension Plan Eligible Canada Pension Plan retirement applicants receive a benefit payment in the right amount and in a timely manner Percentage of Canada Pension Plan retirement benefits paid within the first month of entitlement. Percentage 90 . 97.2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The Department’s service standard is to put individuals into pay for their CPP Retirement benefit within an individual’s first month of entitlement. While the Department aims to meet the target 90 per cent of the time, there are times when it will exceed the target. The results in 2016-17 reflect that there was a continued focus on processing CPP Retirement applications in a timely way.
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Canada Pension Plan Eligible Canada Pension Plan retirement applicants receive a benefit payment in the right amount and in a timely manner Percentage of payment accuracy of Canada Pension Plan Percentage 95 . 99.9 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Canada Pension Plan Eligible survivors and/or dependent children of deceased Canada Pension Plan contributors are protected against loss of earnings in the event of a contributor’s death Percentage of Canada Pension Plan contributors who have contributory coverage for survivor benefits Percentage 75 . 74.9 Attention Required Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefits CPP disability applicants with a terminal illness receive a benefit payment decision in a timely manner Percentage of decisions for applicants with a terminal illness made within 5 business days of receiving a complete terminal illness application Percentage 95 . 90.1 Attention Required Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefits CPP disability applicants with grave medical conditions receive a benefit payment decision in a timely manner Percentage of decisions for applicants with a grave condition made within 30 calendar days of receiving a complete application Percentage 80 . 78.7 Attention Required Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefits Canada Pension Plan-Disability benefit applicants receive a benefit payment decision in a timely manner. Percentage of Canada Pension Plan Disability initial application decisions made in 120 calendar days of receipt of a completed application. Percentage 80 . 83.6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefits Canadians have access to Canada Pension Plan-Disability benefit information through specialized call centres. Percentage of specialized calls answered by a Canada Pension Plan/Old Age Security agent within 10 minutes. Percentage 80 . 82 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefits Clients making requests for reconsideration of Canada Pension Plan-Disability decisions receive a reconsideration decision in a timely manner. Percentage of decisions made within 120 calendar days of receipt of the reconsideration request. Percentage 80 . 83.5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefits Eligible working-age Canadians with severe and prolonged disabilities have a measure of income security. Percentage of Canada Pension Plan contributors who have contributory coverage for Canada Pension Plan-Disability. Percentage 68 . 66 Attention Required Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefits Eligible working-age Canadians with severe and prolonged disabilities have a measure of income security. Percentage of beneficiaries who cease to receive the benefit each year due to a return to work. Narratative Description . . Not applicable
(contextual indicator)
. 0.073 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Other
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security National Child Benefit Poverty among low-income families with children is prevented and reduced. Impact on child poverty, as measured by the percentage point change in the rate of children living below the After-tax Low Income Cut-off (LICOs-AT) as a direct result of the NCB initiative in any given year Number 110000 . . Result not available Other The performance results for the National Child Benefit Supplement were produced through simulation using Statistics Canada’s official source of income data. Beginning in 2012, that source of data became the Canadian Income Survey (CIS), which replaced the long-standing Survey of Labour and Income Dynamics (SLID). Simulation results for 2012 and subsequent years are not available. As announced in Budget 2016, the National Child Benefit is replaced with the new Canada Child Benefit. The Department of Finance will report on performance of the Canada Child Benefit going forward.
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security National Child Benefit Poverty among low-income families with children is prevented and reduced. Impact* on child poverty, as measured by the number of children prevented from living below the After-tax Low Income Cut-off (LICOs-AT) as a direct result of the NCB initiative in any given year Narratative Description . . At least 1.5 percentage points lower than it would have been without the NCB initiative in place . Result not available Other The performance results for the National Child Benefit Supplement were produced through simulation using Statistics Canada’s official source of income data. Beginning in 2012, that source of data became the Canadian Income Survey (CIS), which replaced the long-standing Survey of Labour and Income Dynamics (SLID). Simulation results for 2012 and subsequent years are not available. As announced in Budget 2016, the National Child Benefit is replaced with the new Canada Child Benefit. The Department of Finance will report on performance of the Canada Child Benefit going forward.
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Old Age Security Canada’s eligible seniors have a basic income to live and receive the Old Age Security pension benefits to which they are entitled Percentage of seniors receiving the Guaranteed Income Supplement in relation to the total number of eligible seniors (Guaranteed Income Supplement take-up rate) Narratative Description . . 0.9 . 2014: 87.5% Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Old Age Security Canada’s eligible seniors have a basic income to live and receive the Old Age Security pension benefits to which they are entitled Percentage of seniors receiving the Old Age Security pension in relation to the total number of eligible seniors (Old Age Security take-up rate) Narratative Description . . 0.98 . 2014: 97.7% Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Beginning in July 2013, seniors could defer receipt of their OAS pension and those seniors are included in this figure.
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Old Age Security Canadians have access to Old Age Security information through specialized call centres. Percentage of specialized calls answered by an Canada Pension Plan/Old Age Security agent within 10 minutes. Percentage 80 . 82 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Old Age Security Eligible Old Age Security pension applicants receive a benefit payment in the right amount and in a timely manner Percentage of Old Age Security basic benefits paid within the first month of entitlement Percentage 90 . 86.8 Attention Required Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Income Security Old Age Security Eligible Old Age Security pension applicants receive a benefit payment in the right amount and in a timely manner Percentage of payment accuracy of Old Age Security/Guaranteed Income Supplement/Allowance and Allowance for the Survivor Percentage 95 . 97.2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Social Development Enabling Accessibility Fund Recipient organizations have accessible facilities, technologies and transportation. Dollar amount of funds leveraged (cash and/or in-kind) by other sources of funding for every dollar invested through Enabling Accessibility Fund funding Narratative Description . . Community Accessibility Stream: $0.35* Workplace Accessibility Stream: TBD* . Community Accessibility Stream: $0.88

Workplace Accessibility Stream: $0.82
Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Combined 2016 CFP (Community Accessibility Stream and Workplace Accessibility Stream) with 35% mandatory leveraging for both streams.
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Social Development Enabling Accessibility Fund Recipient organizations have accessible facilities, technologies and transportation. Number of communities with funded projects Number 218 . 215 Attention Required Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Social Development Federal Income Support for Parents of Murdered or Missing Children Parents receive an initial benefit payment or a non-payment notification in a timely manner Percentage of initial Federal Income Support for Parents of Murdered or Missing Children payments or non-payment notifications issued within 35 calendar days Percentage 90 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Due to the sensitive nature of this grant, and that take-up continues to be lower than estimated, processing staff have been able to prioritize their work in order to achieve high results. In addition, collaboration with clients and victims services agencies has been highly effective.
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Social Development Federal Income Support for Parents of Murdered or Missing Children The financial burden on parents of children who are deceased or missing due to a probable Criminal Code offence and who take time away from work to cope with the tragic situation is eased Average number of weeks paid per incidence. Narratative Description . . Not applicable . Not available Result not available Other 2016-17 results will be published in the 2017-18 Departmental Results Report.
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Social Development Federal Income Support for Parents of Murdered or Missing Children The financial burden on parents of children who are deceased or missing due to a probable Criminal Code offence and who take time away from work to cope with the tragic situation is eased Proportion of successful applicants Narratative Description . . Not applicable . Not available Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Other 2016-17 results will be published in the 2017-18 Departmental Results Report.
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Social Development Homelessness Partnering Strategy Housing stability for homeless individuals and those at risk of becoming homeless. Reduction in the estimated number of shelter users who are episodically or chronically homeless. Narratative Description . . 20% reduction from 2013 baseline by 2017–18
(2013 baseline:1,988)
. Result not available Mar-2018
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Social Development Homelessness Partnering Strategy Housing stability for homeless individuals and those at risk of becoming homeless. Reduction in the usage of emergency shelters, as measured by number of ’bednights’ utilized. Narratative Description . . 15% reduction from 2013 baseline by 2017-18
(2013 baseline: 4,970,010)
. Result not available Mar-2018
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Social Development New Horizons for Seniors Program Communities have the capacity to address local issues by engaging seniors. Number of seniors who participated in community projects Number 368972 . . Result not available Mar-2017 Annual results for 2016-17 will be available in fall 2018
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Social Development New Horizons for Seniors Program Communities have the capacity to address local issues by engaging seniors. Reduction in the number of targeted seniors who have been identified as being socially isolated Narratative Description . . baseline being developed in 2018-19 . Result not available Mar-2017 Baseline data will be available for the year 2018-19
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Social Development Social Development Partnerships Program Children and Families Not-for-profit organizations have improved capacity to respond to existing and emerging social issues related to children and families. Amount invested by non-federal partners for every dollar invested through Social Development Partnerships Program - Children and Families componentat project. Dollar 1.5 . 1.33 Attention Required Mar-2017 Based on 7 multi-year projects that ended in 2016-17 and the total amount of money leveraged over the duration of these multi-year projects.
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Social Development Social Development Partnerships Program Children and Families Not-for-profit organizations have improved capacity to respond to existing and emerging social issues related to children and families. Percentage of Social Development Partnerships Program -Children and Families component projects that leverage funds from non-federal partners. Percentage 90 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Based on 7 multi-year projects that ended in 2016-17. SDPP-C&F projects are required to leverage funds throughout the duration of their projects.
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Social Development Social Development Partnerships Program Disability Not-for-profit organizations have improved capacity to respond to existing and emerging social issues related to disabilities. Amount invested by non-federal partners for every dollar invested through the Social Development Partnerships Program – Disability Component Dollar 0.15 . 0.32 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 More than half of the projects did not have a leveraging requirement; of the 4 projects ending in this cycle that reported non-federal funding, they received an average of $0.32.
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Social Development Social Development Partnerships Program Disability Not-for-profit organizations have improved capacity to respond to existing and emerging social issues related to disabilities. Percentage of Social Development Partnerships Program – Disability Component projects that leverage funds from non-federal partners Percentage 90 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 In 2016-17, leveraged funds and partnerships were not measured annually but are rather cumulative for the term of the project, and only for those projects that are specifically ending or phasing out in 2016-17. All SDPP projects are funded for multiple years. While SDPP-C&F projects are required to leverage funds throughout the duration of their projects, leveraging is not required for SDPP-D projects. However, funding recipients (of SDPP-D) are highly encouraged to leverage. As such, out of 4 contribution projects ending in 2016-17, all had leveraged funds from non-federal partners. Hence, SDPP-D surpassed its target of 90% leveraging.
Department of Employment and Social Development Income security, access to opportunities and well-being for individuals, families and communities. Social Development Universal Child Care Benefit Canadian parents with children under age 18 have financial support for the care of their children. Percentage of eligible children for whom parents are receiving the Universal Child Care Benefit (Universal Child Care Benefit take-up rate). Percentage 97 . . Result not available Other The UCCB was replaced by the Canada Child Benefit in July 2016. The UCCB take-up rate for 2016-17 cannot be calculated because expenditures for the UCCB from July 2016 onward are related to retroactive payments and other adjustments.
Department of Employment and Social Development Safe, fair and productive workplaces and cooperative workplace relations. Labour International Labour Affairs Increased respect by partner countries of international labour standards Percentage of technical assistance projects successfully implemented (i.e. project objectives have been fully or partially met) Percentage 85 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Ongoing
Department of Employment and Social Development Safe, fair and productive workplaces and cooperative workplace relations. Labour Labour Relations Potential labour disputes are resolved without a work stoppage through mediation and conciliation Percentage of labour disputes settled under Part I (Industrial Relations) of the Canada Labour Code without work stoppages,  where parties were assisted by Labour Program officers Percentage 90 . 97 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Safe, fair and productive workplaces and cooperative workplace relations. Labour Labour Standards and Equity Labour Standards Fair and equitable workplaces are achieved through the enforcement of labour standards legislation and regulations. Percentage change over a three-year period in the rate of recurring monetary violations (in federal jurisdiction industries) Narratative Description . . 1% decrease . 2014-15 to 2016-17: Decrease of 3% Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Employment and Social Development Safe, fair and productive workplaces and cooperative workplace relations. Labour Labour Standards and Equity Wage Earner Protection Program Wage Earner Protection Program applicants receive a payment, or a non-payment notification, in a timely manner. Percentage of initial Wage Earner Protection Program payments and non-payment notifications issued within 35 calendar days Percentage 80 . 98.9 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The target was exceeded as a result of efficiencies gained in streamlining of claims processing, including the elimination of redundant paper processes. Performance improvement can also be attributed to close collaboration with licensed insolvency trustees for a number of large bankruptcies that allowed for seamless and efficient processing. Additionally, improvements were made for information provided by clients in the online Wage Earner Protection Program application system. This further improved speed of decision processing performance by reducing the need for follow-up with clients by processing agents.
Department of Employment and Social Development Safe, fair and productive workplaces and cooperative workplace relations. Labour Labour Standards and Equity Workplace Equity Program officials provide sound advice and support to federally regulated private-sector employers and federal contractors Percentage of employment equity reports submitted on time. Percentage 95 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Sep-2016
Department of Employment and Social Development Safe, fair and productive workplaces and cooperative workplace relations. Labour Labour Standards and Equity Workplace Equity Program officials provide sound advice and support to federally regulated private-sector employers and federal contractors Percentage of employment equity reports that are in compliance with the reporting requirements of the Act. Percentage 95 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Sep-2016
Department of Employment and Social Development Safe, fair and productive workplaces and cooperative workplace relations. Labour Labour Standards and Equity Workplace Equity Program officials provide sound advice and support to federally regulated private-sector employers and federal contractors Percentage of required compliance assessments completed within six months of initiation. Percentage 95 . 78 Attention Required Sep-2016 The target was not met in 2016-17 due to an initial back-log of files to be assessed and a small number of complex files, which took over six months to resolve. The back-log issue has since been addressed by the program area and steady-state has been reached.
Department of Employment and Social Development Safe, fair and productive workplaces and cooperative workplace relations. Labour Workplace Health and Safety Federal Workers’ Compensation Federal workers have timely  access to the compensation, benefits and remedies to which they are entitled under the Government Employees Compensation Act Percentage of claims with reporting times of under 15 days from the date the claim is reported Percentage 60 . 95 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The performance during the period of adjustment before and after centralization over the last few years was not consistent and made it challenging for the Department to forecast an exact target for the first year.
Department of Employment and Social Development Safe, fair and productive workplaces and cooperative workplace relations. Labour Workplace Health and Safety Occupational Health and Safety Employers comply with  occupational health and safety legislation and regulations once a violation has been identified and Assurance of Voluntary Compliance or Workplans have been received Percentage of violations that are corrected by the employer following receipt by the Labour Program of Assurance of Voluntary Compliance or Workplans Percentage 90 . 98 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Finance A strong economy and sound public finances for Canadians. Economic and Fiscal Policy Framework Economic Development Policy Ministers and senior government officials have timely access to evidence-based analysis, research and advice on the fiscal and economic implications associated with sectoral and microeconomic policy Degree to which overall findings of audits and/or evaluations are favourable Narratative Description . . Favourable . Not applicable Result not available Mar-2017 No audits or evaluations of this Sub-Program were conducted in 2016–17.
Department of Finance A strong economy and sound public finances for Canadians. Economic and Fiscal Policy Framework Economic and Fiscal Policy, Planning and Forecasting Ministers and senior government officials have timely access to evidence-based analysis, research and advice on matters that impact the GC’s economic and fiscal agenda Degree to which overall findings of audits and/or evaluations are favourable Narratative Description . . Favourable . Not applicable Result not available Mar-2017 No audits or evaluations of this Sub-Program were conducted in 2016–17.
Department of Finance A strong economy and sound public finances for Canadians. Economic and Fiscal Policy Framework Federal-Provincial Relations and Social Policy Ministers and senior government officials have timely access to evidence-based analysis, research and advice on the fiscal and economic implications associated with federal-provincial relations and social policies, programs and issues Degree to which overall findings of audits and/or evaluations are favourable Narratative Description . . Favourable . Not applicable Result not available Mar-2017 No audits or evaluations of this Sub-Program were conducted in 2016–17.
Department of Finance A strong economy and sound public finances for Canadians. Economic and Fiscal Policy Framework Financial Sector Policy Ministers and senior government officials have timely access to evidence-based analysis, research and advice on matters that impact the GC’s financial sector policy agenda Degree to which overall findings of audits and/or evaluations are favourable Narratative Description . . Favourable . Favourable Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Finance A strong economy and sound public finances for Canadians. Economic and Fiscal Policy Framework International Trade and Finance Ministers and senior government officials have timely access to evidence-based analysis, research and advice on matters that impact the GC’s international trade and finance policy agenda Degree to which overall findings of audits and/or evaluations are favourable Narratative Description . . Favourable . Not applicable Result not available Mar-2017 No audits or evaluations of this Sub-Program were conducted in 2016–17.
Department of Finance A strong economy and sound public finances for Canadians. Economic and Fiscal Policy Framework Taxation Ministers and senior government officials have timely access to evidence-based analysis, research and advice on matters that impact the GC’s tax policy agenda Degree to which overall findings of audits and/or evaluations are favourable Narratative Description . . Favourable . Favourable Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Finance A strong economy and sound public finances for Canadians. Transfer and Taxation Payment Programs Commitments to International Financial Organizations Commitments to international financial organizations are efficiently funded Percentage of payments reviewed that did not reveal errors Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Finance A strong economy and sound public finances for Canadians. Transfer and Taxation Payment Programs Fiscal Arrangements with Provinces and Territories Fiscal arrangements with provinces and territories are efficiently managed Percentage of payments reviewed that did not reveal errors Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Finance A strong economy and sound public finances for Canadians. Transfer and Taxation Payment Programs Receipts from and payments to Individuals and Organizations Payments owed to and due from individuals and organizations are efficiently managed Percentage of payments reviewed that did not reveal errors Percentage 100 . . Result not available Mar-2017 The Harbourfront Centre Funding Program was transferred to Canadian Heritage on July 29, 2016. As a result, no payments were made for this Sub-Program in 2016–17.
Department of Finance A strong economy and sound public finances for Canadians. Transfer and Taxation Payment Programs Tax Collection and Administration Agreements Tax collection and administration obligations/arrangements are efficiently managed Percentage of payments reviewed that did not reveal errors Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Finance A strong economy and sound public finances for Canadians. Treasury and Financial Affairs Domestic Currency System Canada has an adequate and cost-effective supply of domestic currency to meet the needs of its economy Number of coin orders from financial institutions not fully met by the Royal Canadian Mint Number 0 0 0 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Finance A strong economy and sound public finances for Canadians. Treasury and Financial Affairs Federal Debt Management The Government of Canada is able to fund its financial requirements on a timely and effective basis Ratio of auctions that are fully covered (Bid cover ratio) Number 1 . 1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Finance A strong economy and sound public finances for Canadians. Treasury and Financial Affairs Prudential Liquidity and Reserves Management The Government of Canada is able to meet its liquidity needs on a timely and effective basis Level of liquid reserves as a percentage of nominal GDP Percentage 3 . 3 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Aboriginal Strategies and Governance Aboriginal Aquatic Resource and Oceans Management Aboriginal groups participate in aquatic resource and oceans management at a broad watershed or ecosystem level Percentage of eligible Aboriginal organizations represented by a watershed/ecosystem-based Aboriginal Aquatic Resources and Oceans Management organization Percentage 80 . 80 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Aboriginal Strategies and Governance Aboriginal Fisheries Strategy Aboriginal community manages the Food, Social and Ceremonial fishery in accordance with the Agreement Percentage of eligible Aboriginal organizations operating Food, Social and Ceremonial fisheries in cooperation with the Department Percentage 80 . 75 Attention Required Mar-2017 The difference can be accounted for by groups that have refused to signed an AFS agreement with the Department.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Aboriginal Strategies and Governance Aboriginal Fisheries Strategy Aboriginal community manages the Food, Social and Ceremonial fishery in accordance with the Agreement Percentage of eligible Aboriginal organizations that have received funding for Food, Social and Ceremonial management. Percentage 80 . 80 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Aboriginal Strategies and Governance Strategies and Governance Signed Treaty Agreements with Fisheries and Oceans provisions align with Fisheries and Oceans’ Canada’s policies and objectives and include addressing Aboriginal fishing rights issues and interests Number of Treaties being implemented with Fisheries and oceans provisions Number 26 . 25 Attention Required Mar-2017 Yale FN (BC) treaty has not advanced to implementation.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Aboriginal Strategies and Governance Strategies and Governance Signed Treaty Agreements with Fisheries and Oceans provisions align with Fisheries and Oceans’ Canada’s policies and objectives and include addressing Aboriginal fishing rights issues and interests Percentage of treaty table negotiations work plan objectives achieved Percentage 80 . 87 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Aquatic Animal Health Decision-makers have access to diagnostic test results for the regulation of aquatic animal health Percentage of tests completed for submitted fish samples at  Fisheries and Oceans Canada National Aquatic Laboratory System laboratories within the agreed timeline Percentage 100 . 81.6 Attention Required Mar-2017 In 2016-17, in addition to the normal number of diagnostic tests, there was a significant number of unplanned samples due to the first, new discovery of whirling disease in Alberta and Canada. This detection had a potential impact on fish movement for trade purposes. This required the development of a new test method and analysis of a large number of samples.  This event impacted ongoing diagnostic testing capacity and thus reduced DFO’s ability to meet previously agreed timelines.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Aquatic Animal Health Decision-makers have access to scientific knowledge and advice to support the regulation of aquatic animal health Percentage of research project milestones completed as planned Percentage 90 . 95 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Biotechnology and Genomics Fisheries and Oceans Canada and Environment and Climate Change Canada decision-makers have access to biotechnology knowledge and advice for the regulation of fish products of biotechnology Percentage of responses to requests for biotechnology knowledge and advice completed and provided to decision-makers within the required timeline specified by the client. Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Biotechnology and Genomics Fisheries and Oceans Canada decision-makers have access to genomics knowledge and advice for the management of fisheries and oceans Percentage of Genomics Research and Development Initiative projects that provided genomics knowledge and advice to decision-makers Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Climate Change Adaptation Program Fisheries and Oceans Canada has the knowledge and tools to respond to the impacts and opportunities presented by a changing climate Overall number of adaptation measures undertaken by Fisheries and Oceans Canada that demonstrate that the impacts and opportunities of climate change on oceans and inland waterways have been considered Number . . . Result not available The performance indicator was not in effect at that time, and therefore, data is not available.

Funding for this program expired in March 2016 and was then renewed for two years in Budget 2016. Please see the 2017-18 Departmental Plan for the program’s new performance indicators. As these new indicators better reflect the work of the renewed program, progress has not been tracked against the 2016-17 indicators.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Climate Change Adaptation Program Fisheries and Oceans Canada has the knowledge and tools to respond to the impacts and opportunities presented by a changing climate Percentage of relevant Fisheries and Oceans Canada Program Alignment Architecture programs for which adaptation measures have been developed for use by Fisheries and Oceans Canada program managers, in the consideration of climate change impacts and opportunities Percentage . . . Result not available The performance indicator was not in effect at that time, and therefore, data is not available.

Funding for this program expired in March 2016 and was then renewed for two years in Budget 2016. Please see the 2017-18 Departmental Plan for the program’s new performance indicators. As these new indicators better reflect the work of the renewed program, progress has not been tracked against the 2016-17 indicators.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Integrated Fisheries Management Commercial Fisheries Stakeholders are engaged in providing advice on the management approach to their respective fishery Number of consultative processes that harvesters are engaged in by the commercial fisheries program Number 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Integrated Fisheries Management Recreational Fisheries Stakeholders are engaged in providing advice on the management approach to their respective fishery Number of consultative processes that anglers are engaged in by the recreational fisheries program Number 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. International Engagement Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s influence in relevant free trade agreements support access to international markets for Canadian fish and seafood products Percentage of ongoing trade negotiations and/or newly completed free trade agreements that incorporate Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s positions Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. International Engagement International fisheries management agreements and quota decisions reflect Canada’s positions Percentage of decisions that reflect overall Canadian goals and strategic intentions Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Marine Navigation Contribute to safe and efficient Canadian marine transportation Five year average of total annual international and domestic tonnage handled Number 453100000 . 473000000 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Salmonid Enhancement Program Salmonid Enhancement Contribution Programs First Nations, local communities and other organizations have resources to enable participation in activities that support Pacific salmon Percentage of funds received in the previous year through the Salmon Conservation Stamp and the Fisher Registration Card surcharge, that are made available to be expended by Fisheries and Oceans Canada in the current year as contribution payments to the Pacific Salmon Foundation and T. Buck Suzuki Foundation Percentage 90 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Salmonid Enhancement Program Salmonid Enhancement Operations First Nations, local communities and external parties have opportunities to participate in cooperative fisheries and watershed stewardship activities Number of community stewards (First Nations, volunteers, students, etc) participating in Salmonid Enhancement Operations supported stewardship activities Number 13000 . 13850 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Small Craft Harbours Activities at small craft harbours result in economic benefits Gross domestic product generated by Small Craft Harbours activities Number 80000000 . 78000000 Attention Required Mar-2017 For this indicator, the $2M variance is immaterial due to the fact that the GDP generated by SCH activities is directly correlated with program expenditures. Although the program has a stable A-base budget, for operational reasons program expenditures can vary year to year. This may mean lower in-year expenditures (and by extention lower GDP generated by SCH activities), which is usually made up in subsequent years. Note that going forward, this indicator will no longer be used by the Program.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Small Craft Harbours Harbour Authorities operate and manage core fishing harbours Percentage of core fishing harbours that are operated and managed by Harbour Authorities Percentage 90 . 97 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Small Craft Harbours Network of safe and accessible harbours that contribute to the commercial fishing industry Percentage of facilities at core fishing harbours in fair or better condition Percentage 80 . 86 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Sustainable Aquaculture Program Aquaculture Management A streamlined and transparent regulatory regime supported by collaborative frameworks and public reporting Percentage of planned activities completed that are related to the development of regulations and collaborative frameworks as well as public reporting Percentage 90 . 90 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Sustainable Aquaculture Program Aquaculture Management Bivalve shellfish harvesters comply with federal regulations Percentage rate of compliance with a suite of Fisheries Act regulations Percentage 97 . 97 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Sustainable Aquaculture Program Aquaculture Management Efficient management of ecological and genetic risks associated with intentional movements of live aquatic organisms through licences under Section 56 of the Fishery (General) Regulations following the renewed  National Code on Introductions and Transfers of Aquatic Organisms Number of introduction and transfer authorizations issued under Section 56 of the Fishery (General) Regulations and following the  National Code on Introductions and Transfers of Aquatic Organisms Number 600 . 702 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Sustainable Aquaculture Program British Columbia Aquaculture Regulatory Program An effective and efficient regulatory regime for aquaculture in British Columbia Percentage of aquaculture licences in British Columbia issued on a multi-year basis where requested by licence holders (does not apply to Discovery Islands area) Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Sustainable Aquaculture Program Sustainable Aquaculture Science Program Policy and decision-makers have access to a sound aquaculture science knowledge base Percentage of sustainable aquaculture research projects which provided information and/or advice to policy and decision-makers Percentage 90 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Territorial Delineation Canada’s National and International maritime limits and boundaries are well defined and maintained in accordance with international standards for use in charts, UN submissions and legal applications Percentage of required data that is acquired and analysed to update and maintain Canada’s baselines that define Canada’s national and international maritime limits and boundaries Percentage 75 . 90 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Territorial Delineation Canada’s National and International maritime limits and boundaries are well defined and maintained in accordance with international standards for use in charts, UN submissions and legal applications Percentage of total data requirements that are acquired and analysed for Canada’s Arctic submission to the United Nations Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf Percentage 75 . 90 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries. Territorial Delineation Nautical geodesy expertise, knowledge and evidentiary reports are available to decision makers and regulators Percentage of advice, expert and evidentiary reports and testimonies accepted for defining or defending the geographic description of Canada’s maritime limits and boundaries Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Canadian Coast Guard College Trained operational personnel are ready to respond to the operational needs and requirements of the Government of Canada Percentage of Marine Communications and Traffic Services (MCTS) Officer graduates to approved trainee intake Percentage 90 . 88 Attention Required Mar-2017 For this indicator, the 2% variance is immaterial due to the fact that the classes are small in numbers and 1 trainee withdrawal or dismissal can shift the variance by almost 6%.  Two MCTS Officer Training courses were completed in 2016-17 and of the 17 participants in these two courses, 15 graduated successfully. Program staff worked tirelessly to ensure trainees had the best available support to succeed in the program and the target of 90% was only slightly not attained.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Canadian Coast Guard College Trained operational personnel are ready to respond to the operational needs and requirements of the Government of Canada Percentage of Officer Training Program graduates to approved trainee intake Percentage 70 . 39 Attention Required Mar-2017 Of the 36 Officer Cadets who enrolled in the Officer Training Program (OTP) in 2012, 13 graduated, 3 moved to other OTP graduating classes (continuing their studies at the College), 10 were dismissed, and 10 voluntarily withdrew.
It is important to the success of the CCG that Officer Cadets graduate prepared for a challenging career at sea. It is reasonable that a percentage of Officer Cadets will not succeed in the program.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Fleet Operational Readiness Fleet Maintenance A reliable fleet has the capacity to respond to the operational needs and requirements of the Government of Canada Condition rating for the fleet of large vessels remains within acceptable risk tolerance for reliability, availability and maintainability Number 64 . 61.7 Attention Required Mar-2017 Levels of maintenance has been stable for the past three years for large vessels. The previous score was 59.5. The increase was due to a combination of vessel life extensions and the benefits from investments under the Federal Infrastructure Initiative. While the Department has not met the target, it continues to be on a rising trend to achieve the target. Comprehensive Review of programs conducted in 2016-17 has also led to an increased level of funding for Fleet Maintenance beginning in 2017-18.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Fleet Operational Readiness Fleet Maintenance A reliable fleet has the capacity to respond to the operational needs and requirements of the Government of Canada Condition rating for the fleet of small vessels remains within acceptable risk tolerance for reliability, availability and maintainability Number 66 . 65.8 Attention Required Mar-2017 The score for the small vessels shows that the level of maintenance has been stable for the past three years. The score in the previous reporting cycle was also 65.8. The Department’s Comprehensive Review of programs conducted in 2016-17 has also led to an increased level of funding for Fleet Maintenance beginning in 2017-18.   
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Fleet Operational Readiness Fleet Operational Capability An operationally capable fleet has the capacity to respond to the current operational needs and requirements of the Government of Canada Percentage of operational days delivered versus planned Percentage 95 . 93.2 Attention Required Mar-2017 In 2016-17, the large fleet experienced some extraordinary issues. The WE Ricker on the west coast suffered a catastrophic failure resulting in the vessel being put permanently out of service and decommissioned. The Hudson refit project experienced major delays at the shipyard and was just recently removed from the facility with other options being implemented to complete the outstanding repairs.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Fleet Operational Readiness Fleet Procurement A modern fleet that responds to the operational needs and requirements of the Government of Canada Percentage of critical milestones achieved versus planned Percentage 80 . 66 Attention Required Mar-2017 4 of 6 critical milestones are expected to be completed by the end of fiscal year 2017-18. Critical milestones not expected to be completed are: Accept delivery of the first OFSV. Shipbuilding-related delays have postponed delivery to July 2018. Begin functional and production design for the OOSV: Construction engineering (CE) work continues to progress. However, due to delays with the initial phase of CE, the production engineering phase is not expected to start before 2018-19.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Fleet Operational Readiness Fleet Procurement A modern fleet that responds to the operational needs and requirements of the Government of Canada Percentage of new large vessels, small vessels, and helicopters delivered versus planned Percentage 80 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Fleet Operational Readiness Fleet Procurement A modern fleet that responds to the operational needs and requirements of the Government of Canada Percentage of vessels planned for replacement (10 years or less of expected remaining operational life for large vessels, and 5 years or less of expected remaining operational life for small vessels, air cushioned vehicles and helicopters) that have a funded procurement plan in place Percentage 90 . 87 Attention Required Mar-2017 The actual result should be 87%. Although Coast Guard small vessel requirements are currently fully funded, only 68% of Coast Guard large vessel requirements are funded.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Hydrographic Products and Services Users of Canada’s waterways have the products and services they need for safe navigation on Canada’s waterways Percentage of Canadian Hydrographic Service’s publicized levels of service that are met or near met Percentage 90 . 62.5 Attention Required Mar-2017 It is anticipated that enhancements to the integrated GIS tool will result in the improved ability of the program to meet performance targets, enable evidence-based decision-making, and deliver on its commitment to identify areas that require hydrographic surveys and charting to support the implementation of a modern marine navigation system in southern Canadian waters.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Hydrographic Products and Services Users of Canada’s waterways have the products and services they need for safe navigation on Canada’s waterways Percentage of the planned chart production completed in national priority areas Percentage 90 . 67 Attention Required Mar-2017 The program did not meet its targets in part due to challenges in completing all of its planned staffing following employee attrition and turnover throughout the year. With respect to its chart production target, the shortfall could also be attributed to changing priorities, i.e. the delivery of priority charts that were outside of original plans. The program will be filling key vacant positions and anticipates that this will improve chart production in 2017-18.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Marine Communications and Traffic Services Vessels have the marine communications and traffic services support they need to transit Canadian waters safely Percentage of total number of collisions, strikings, and groundings out of the total vessel movements within vessel traffic system (VTS) zones Percentage . 1 0.02 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Maritime Security Federal enforcement and intelligence communities have adequate support and information to enhance their awareness of vessel movements and respond to marine activities Percentage of requests for information that are actioned within 30 minutes Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Maritime Security Federal enforcement and intelligence communities have adequate support and information to enhance their awareness of vessel movements and respond to marine activities Percentage of satisfaction in response to client needs Percentage 75 . 83.5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Maritime Security Federal enforcement and intelligence communities have adequate support and information to enhance their awareness of vessel movements and respond to marine activities Percentage of scheduled reports delivered on time Percentage 95 . 99.5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Ocean Forecasting Canadians are informed on current and future physical and biochemical state of Canada’s oceans and waterways Percentage of approved requests for science advice on ocean forecasting that are completed within the required timeline Percentage 90 . 0 Result not available Mar-2017 As no requests for advise were received, the result could not be measured for 2016-17.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Ocean Forecasting Canadians are informed on current and future physical and biochemical state of Canada’s oceans and waterways Percentage of requests for scientific data completed in the time required Percentage 95 . 95 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Search and Rescue Services Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary members are available to respond to maritime Search and Rescue (SAR) incidents Percentage of maritime Search and Rescue responses by Canadian Coast Guard’s Auxiliary relative to the total number of maritime Search and Rescue incidents Percentage 20 . 27 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Search and Rescue Services Search and Rescue Coordination and Response People in maritime distress are assisted Percentage of primary Search and Rescue vessels, meeting reaction time of 30 minutes or less for maritime incidents Percentage 99 . 97 Attention Required Mar-2017 The majority of incidents where the Canadian Coast Guard did not meet the reaction time standard were for non-distress incidents where the delay had been mutually agreed to by the vessel and Coast Guard, or fell into circumstances outside of Coast Guard’s control (e.g., waiting for emergency services or the police to arrive).
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Shore-Based Asset Readiness Reliable shore-based assets ready to respond to the operational needs and priorities of the Government of Canada Condition rating for MCTS program assets Number . 2 2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Shore-Based Asset Readiness Reliable shore-based assets ready to respond to the operational needs and priorities of the Government of Canada Condition rating for long-range Aids to Navigation program assets Number . 2 4 Attention Required Mar-2017 The Differential Global Positioning System (DGPS) equipment dates back to 1994 and is no longer supported by the manufacturer - including spares.
Used parts are being purchased from the United States Coast Guard given that they are in the process of reducing their national DGPS footprint.
We are awaiting analysis from World Class project (Spring 2018) to determine Canadian Coast Guard ’s go-forward posture.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Safe and Secure Waters. Shore-Based Asset Readiness Reliable shore-based assets ready to respond to the operational needs and priorities of the Government of Canada Condition rating for short-range Aids to Navigation program assets Number . 2 2.1 Attention Required Mar-2017 While the condition has not yet met the target, it continues to be on a rising trend and most recently increased due to investments under Federal Infrastructure Initiative funding. The Department’s Comprehensive Review of programs conducted in 2016-17 has also led to an increase in funding and is expected to lead to an upward trend in condition moving forward, provided this level of investment is sustained.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Sustainable Aquatic Ecosystems. Compliance and Enforcement Enforcement Operations Non-compliance is acted upon in a manner consistent with the level of risk posed Percentage of suspected moderate- to high-risk violations that are responded to via a formal enforcement action Percentage 95 . 97.6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Sustainable Aquatic Ecosystems. Compliance and Enforcement National Fisheries Intelligence Service Significant/major threats to aquatic resources, fisheries and maritime security are detected Percentage of active major cases and international intelligence probes linked to an intelligence-driven threat risk assessment Percentage 10 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Sustainable Aquatic Ecosystems. Compliance and Enforcement Program and Operational Readiness Canada has the capacity to effectively administer and enforce the legislation, regulations, and other managing frameworks that govern Canadian waterways, fisheries, oceans, and habitat in a fair, predictable and consistent manner Maintain core operational capacity of Fishery Officer complement Percentage 85 . 93 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Sustainable Aquatic Ecosystems. Environmental Response Services Environmental, economic and public safety impacts of marine pollution events are mitigated Percentage of reported cases in which the response was appropriate relative to the pollutant, threat and impact Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Sustainable Aquatic Ecosystems. Fisheries Protection Aquatic Invasive Species Decision makers and legislative authorities have science information and tools to manage AIS domestically and internationally Percentage of approved requests for science advice on aquatic invasive species that are completed. Percentage 90 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Sustainable Aquatic Ecosystems. Fisheries Protection Aquatic Invasive Species Early warning surveillance of Asian Carps is conducted in the Great Lakes to allow early detection. Percentage of established early detection sites are visited at least once annually. Percentage 90 . 90 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Sustainable Aquatic Ecosystems. Fisheries Protection Aquatic Invasive Species Sea lamprey abundance in Great Lakes falls within individual lake targets Number of Great Lakes with sea lamprey abundance at or below the lake specific sea lamprey levels established by the GLFC Number 5 . 3 Attention Required Mar-2017 Abundance targets for sea lamprey were achieved in Lake Huron, Lake Michigan and Lake Ontario. In Lake Superior and Lake Erie, the abundance was slightly above target.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Sustainable Aquatic Ecosystems. Fisheries Protection Partnerships and Regulatory Arrangements Partnership projects are implemented Number of partners Number 324 . 498 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Sustainable Aquatic Ecosystems. Fisheries Protection Partnerships and Regulatory Arrangements Partnership projects are implemented Number of projects funded Number 108 . 187 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Sustainable Aquatic Ecosystems. Fisheries Protection Partnerships and Regulatory Arrangements Targeted recreational fisheries habitat is restored Area of fisheries habitat restored versus planned Percentage 90 . 28 Attention Required Mar-2017 The RFCPP Round 5 projects have a planned habitat restoration area of 7,657,152 m2.  Based on Round 5 project reports a total of 2,114,338 m2 has been restored, giving us a current achievement rate of 27.6%.  There remains a significant number of projects to be reviewed and that this percentage is not an accurate representation. 5 key projects (5,467,933 m²) of planned habitat to be restored have not submitted final reports but we suspect that we will have achieved 100% or more of our target.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Sustainable Aquatic Ecosystems. Fisheries Protection Regulatory Reviews, Standards and Guidelines Project proponents have the required information to determine if they need to submit their project to Fisheries and Oceans Canada for review under the Fisheries Protections Provisions of the Fisheries Act Percentage of the total number of project referrals submitted to Fisheries and Oceans Canada that required a review under the Fisheries Act. Percentage 75 . 30.2 Attention Required Mar-2017 In 2016-17, there were a total of 2,506 referrals where the status was updated to Completed or Monitoring. Out of the 2,506 referrals, there were 67% that had actions which indicated that a regulatory review was not required. Those that do not require a review are directed to the self-assessment process on the Project Near Water website. As a result, there were few referrals in which there were actions that indicated a regulatory review was necessary.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Sustainable Aquatic Ecosystems. Oceans Management Canada’s estuarine, coastal and marine ecosystems are protected and conserved while fostering sustainable use Percentage of coastal and marine territory conserved by Oceans Act Marine Protected Areas and other effective area-based conservation measures within Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s mandate Percentage 5 . 1.14 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2017 In support of the Minister’s mandate letter commitment to work with the Minister of Environment and Climate Change to increase the proportion of Canada’s marine and coastal areas that are protected, Anguniaqvia niqiqyuam in the Northwest Territories and Hecate Strait and Queen Charlotte Sound Glass Sponge Reefs in British Columbia were designated as Marine Protected Areas (MPA) under the Oceans Act. In addition, DFO is on track to establish St. Ann’s Bank and Laurentian Channel in Atlantic Canada as MPAs by the end of 2017, and Banc des américains in the Gulf of St. Lawrence in 2018.
Note: In the 2016-17 Report on Plans and Priorities, the Date to Achieve Target was identified as March 31, 2017; however, the actual commitment in the Minister’s mandate letter is to achieve the target by 2017. Indications are that this target will be met.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Sustainable Aquatic Ecosystems. Species at Risk Management Government authorities, individuals and organizations have the necessary information and direction to make decisions and guide behaviour in relation to the conservation of listed aquatic species at risk and their critical habitat. Percentage of Proposed Recovery Strategies, Action Plans and Management Plans for listed aquatic species at risk posted on the SARA Registry in accordance with legislated deadlines. Percentage 75 . 42 Attention Required Mar-2017 Department posted 33% of proposed Action Plans, 60% of proposed Management Plans, and zero Recovery Strategies. Recovery documents have been completed and posted for 63% of the species. This indicator remains for 2017-18 but has been changed for 2018-19, to not include legislated timelines.  It is: % of aquatic species/populations at risk listed under the Species at Risk Act for which a recovery strategy / management plan is completed. Target:  75% by March 31, 2020
Department of Fisheries and Oceans Sustainable Aquatic Ecosystems. Species at Risk Management Government authorities, individuals and organizations have the necessary information and direction to make decisions and guide behaviour in relation to the conservation of listed aquatic species at risk and their critical habitat. Percentage of listed aquatic species that have critical habitat identified either partially or completely. Percentage 75 . 67 Attention Required Mar-2017 This percentage is 24% higher than last FY and demonstrates progress towards meeting the target.  We are on track to improving this percentage in 2017-18.

At the end of 2016-17, DFO had 73 endangered or threatened aquatic species listed under the Species at Risk Act.  49 had critical habitat identified in a proposed or final recovery document posted to the Species at Risk Public Registry., Publication of proposed recovery documents for the remaining species are pending.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canadians are satisfied with commercial, consular and passport services. Consular Services and Emergency Management Consular Assistance for Canadians Canadians abroad receive satisfactory routine citizenship, passport and consular services. % of clients reporting that the quality of consular services was satisfactory (timeliness of services, accuracy of information and courteousness of staff). Percentage 90 . 92 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canadians are satisfied with commercial, consular and passport services. Consular Services and Emergency Management Consular Assistance for Canadians Canadians in distress abroad receive timely consular assistance. % of distress cases actioned within 24 hours (all distress cases). Percentage 85 . 97 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canadians are satisfied with commercial, consular and passport services. Consular Services and Emergency Management Consular Assistance for Canadians Canadians travelling abroad receive timely and accurate information on how to travel safely and responsibly. % increase in the number of followers to travel social media accounts. Percentage 10 . 47.22 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canadians are satisfied with commercial, consular and passport services. Consular Services and Emergency Management Consular Assistance for Canadians Canadians travelling abroad receive timely and accurate information on how to travel safely and responsibly. % increase in the number of subscribers to travel email updates. Percentage 10 . 8.3 Attention Required Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canadians are satisfied with commercial, consular and passport services. Consular Services and Emergency Management Emergency Preparedness and Response Canadians abroad receive timely and appropriate emergency consular services. % of Registration of Canadians Abroad messages sent to registrants according to established standards. Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canadians are satisfied with commercial, consular and passport services. Consular Services and Emergency Management Emergency Preparedness and Response Canadians abroad receive timely and appropriate emergency consular services. % of inquiries to which the Emergency Watch and Response Centre responded that met established standards. Percentage 90 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canadians are satisfied with commercial, consular and passport services. Consular Services and Emergency Management Emergency Preparedness and Response Whole-of-government capacity to respond to emergencies is maintained. Degree to which, on a scale of 1 to 5, emergency response capacity is maintained. Number 4 . 4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canadians are satisfied with commercial, consular and passport services. International Commerce Foreign Direct Investment in Canada Foreign investors are aware of Canada as a competitive investment location. # of potential foreign investors at investment-specific events. Number 2600 . 3826 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canadians are satisfied with commercial, consular and passport services. International Commerce Foreign Direct Investment in Canada Foreign investors are aware of Canada as a competitive investment location. % of potential foreign investors who increased their awareness of Canada as a competitive investment location. Percentage 85 . 92 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canadians are satisfied with commercial, consular and passport services. International Commerce Foreign Direct Investment in Canada Foreign investors demonstrate interest in Canadian investment locations. # of investment visits to Canada facilitated by the Trade Commissioner Service. Number 100 . 153 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canadians are satisfied with commercial, consular and passport services. International Commerce International Business Development through Promotion of Exports and Trade in Canada and Abroad. Canadian business clients gain access to services, contacts and leads that increase access to international commerce opportunities. # of business/trade leads disseminated. Number 5000 . 4076 Attention Required Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canadians are satisfied with commercial, consular and passport services. International Commerce International Business Development through Promotion of Exports and Trade in Canada and Abroad. Canadian business clients gain access to services, contacts and leads that increase access to international commerce opportunities. % of clients actively pursuing commercial agreements. Percentage 55 . 58.7 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canadians are satisfied with commercial, consular and passport services. International Commerce International Business Development through Promotion of Exports and Trade in Canada and Abroad. Canadian business clients gain access to services, contacts and leads that increase access to international commerce opportunities. % of clients indicating the Trade Commissioner Service helped them connect with customers, partners or other contacts that otherwise would have been difficult to identify/access. Percentage 65 . 77.9 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canadians are satisfied with commercial, consular and passport services. International Commerce International Innovation, Science and Technology Canadian business clients gain access to networks, partners and resources that enhance their ability to innovate. # of international research and innovation partnerships facilitated by the Trade Commissioner Service. Number 150 . 260 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canadians are satisfied with commercial, consular and passport services. International Commerce International Innovation, Science and Technology Canadian business clients gain access to networks, partners and resources that enhance their ability to innovate. # of international research innovation leads disseminated. Number 300 . 452 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development International Assistance and Poverty Alleviation - Poverty is reduced, and security and democracy are increased for those living in countries where Canada engages. International Development Children and Youth, including Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Enhanced effectiveness of child protection systems and services, in countries where Global Affairs Canada engages in child protection programming. # / total Global Affairs Canada child protection projects where the # of girls and boys reached with child protection services has increased. Number . . . Result not available Apr-2017 Results were unavailable for the reporting period. The Department is working to improve and refine a new set of indicators that will be included in the Departmental Results Framework, which will enable rigorous, trackable performance indicators for the 2018-19 reporting cycle.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development International Assistance and Poverty Alleviation - Poverty is reduced, and security and democracy are increased for those living in countries where Canada engages. International Development Children and Youth, including Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Improved delivery and use of essential health services for women of reproductive age, newborns and children under five, in countries where Global Affairs Canada engages in maternal, newborn and child health programming. # / total Global Affairs Canada maternal, newborn and child health projects where the % of live births attended by skilled health personnel has increased. Number . . . Result not available Apr-2017 Results were unavailable for the reporting period. The Department is working to improve and refine a new set of indicators that will be included in the Departmental Results Framework, which will enable rigorous, trackable performance indicators for the 2018-19 reporting cycle.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development International Assistance and Poverty Alleviation - Poverty is reduced, and security and democracy are increased for those living in countries where Canada engages. International Development Children and Youth, including Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Improved delivery of quality formal and non-formal education to the end of secondary for girls and boys in non-crisis situations, in countries where Global Affairs Canada engages in education programming. # / total of Global Affairs Canada education projects where the # of children (female/male) who complete a formal education has increased. Number . . . Result not available Apr-2017 Results were unavailable for the reporting period. The Department is working to improve and refine a new set of indicators that will be included in the Departmental Results Framework, which will enable rigorous, trackable performance indicators for the 2018-19 reporting cycle.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development International Assistance and Poverty Alleviation - Poverty is reduced, and security and democracy are increased for those living in countries where Canada engages. International Development Food Security Improved consumption of nutritious foods by food insecure and undernourished populations in countries where Global Affairs Canada engages in food security programming. # / total Global Affairs Canada food security projects where nutrition in diets has improved. Number . . . Result not available Apr-2017 Results were unavailable for the reporting period. The Department is working to improve and refine a new set of indicators that will be included in the Departmental Results Framework, which will enable rigorous, trackable performance indicators for the 2018-19 reporting cycle.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development International Assistance and Poverty Alleviation - Poverty is reduced, and security and democracy are increased for those living in countries where Canada engages. International Development Food Security Increased adoption of sustainable agricultural practices or models by smallholder farmers, especially women farmers, in countries where Global Affairs Canada engages in food security programming. # / total Global Affairs Canada food security projects where the # of smallholder farmers using sustainable agricultural practices has increased. Number . . . Result not available Apr-2017 Results were unavailable for the reporting period. The Department is working to improve and refine a new set of indicators that will be included in the Departmental Results Framework, which will enable rigorous, trackable performance indicators for the 2018-19 reporting cycle.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development International Assistance and Poverty Alleviation - Poverty is reduced, and security and democracy are increased for those living in countries where Canada engages. International Development Food Security Increased adoption of sustainable agricultural practices or models by smallholder farmers, especially women farmers, in countries where Global Affairs Canada engages in food security programming. # / total Global Affairs Canada food security projects where the # of smallholder farmers using sustainable agricultural practices has increased. Number . . . Result not available Apr-2017 Results were unavailable for the reporting period. The Department is working to improve and refine a new set of indicators that will be included in the Departmental Results Framework, which will enable rigorous, trackable performance indicators for the 2018-19 reporting cycle.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development International Assistance and Poverty Alleviation - Poverty is reduced, and security and democracy are increased for those living in countries where Canada engages. International Development Multisector Assistance, Social Development, and Development Engagement Increased effectiveness of multilateral and global development organizations supported by Global Affairs Canada. % (out of total) of organizations funded by Global Affairs Canada, assessed by the Multilateral Organisation Performance Assessment Network during the reporting period receiving a score of “adequate” on their development effectiveness ratings. Percentage . . 91.6 Target no longer applicable Apr-2017 Baseline information is currently being collected, which will be used to set targets for future reporting.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development International Assistance and Poverty Alleviation - Poverty is reduced, and security and democracy are increased for those living in countries where Canada engages. International Development Multisector Assistance, Social Development, and Development Engagement Increased engagement of Canadians as global citizens. # of Canadians engaged as global citizens to support international development efforts in Canada and abroad as a result of DFATD support. Number . . 4200000 Target no longer applicable Apr-2017 Baseline information is currently being collected, which will be used to set targets for future reporting.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development International Assistance and Poverty Alleviation - Poverty is reduced, and security and democracy are increased for those living in countries where Canada engages. International Development Sustainable Economic Growth Improved employability or entrepreneurship of targeted vulnerable groups, particularly women and youth, in countries where Global Affairs Canada engages in sustainable economic growth programming. # / total of Global Affairs Canada sustainable economic growth projects that show an increase in the # of graduates (male/female, rural/urban) of demand driven skills for employment programs or entrepreneurship programs. Number . . . Result not available Apr-2017 Results were unavailable for the reporting period. The Department is working to improve and refine a new set of indicators that will be included in the Departmental Results Framework, which will enable rigorous, trackable performance indicators for the 2018-19 reporting cycle.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development International Assistance and Poverty Alleviation - Poverty is reduced, and security and democracy are increased for those living in countries where Canada engages. International Development Sustainable Economic Growth Improved enabling environment for sustainable economic development, in countries where Global Affairs Canada engages in sustainable economic growth programming. # / total of Global Affairs Canada sustainable economic growth projects that show an increase in the # of recommendations for the enactment, elimination, and/or revision of laws, policies, regulations, amendments and/or codes followed-through. Number . . . Result not available Apr-2017 Results were unavailable for the reporting period. The Department is working to improve and refine a new set of indicators that will be included in the Departmental Results Framework, which will enable rigorous, trackable performance indicators for the 2018-19 reporting cycle.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development International Assistance and Poverty Alleviation - Poverty is reduced, and security and democracy are increased for those living in countries where Canada engages. International Development Sustainable Economic Growth Increased equitable use of business development and financial services, and engagement in trade and value chain opportunities by micro, small and medium enterprises, particularly those led by women, in countries where Global Affairs Canada engages in sustainable economic growth programming. # / total of Global Affairs Canada sustainable economic growth projects that show an increase in the # of micro, small and medium enterprises (male/female) accessing business development services and/or financial services (includes micro finances). Number . . . Result not available Apr-2017 Results were unavailable for the reporting period. The Department is working to improve and refine a new set of indicators that will be included in the Departmental Results Framework, which will enable rigorous, trackable performance indicators for the 2018-19 reporting cycle.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development International Assistance and Poverty Alleviation - Poverty is reduced, and security and democracy are increased for those living in countries where Canada engages. International Humanitarian Assistance Humanitarian Programming Increased immediate access to and use of assistance (material and services) required to meet basic human needs and protection service by crisis affected people, in countries where Global Affairs Canada engages in humanitarian programming. Proportion of Global Affairs Canada funding provided in response to the consolidated annual appeals process committed in a timely manner (i.e. within the first quarter of the calendar year). Percentage . . 99.88 Target no longer applicable Apr-2017 Baseline information is currently being collected, which will be used to set targets for future reporting.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development International Assistance and Poverty Alleviation - Poverty is reduced, and security and democracy are increased for those living in countries where Canada engages. International Humanitarian Assistance Partners for Humanitarian Assistance Improved effectiveness and efficiency of humanitarian action by Global Affairs Canada humanitarian partner organizations and by the international humanitarian system, in countries where Global Affairs Canada engages in humanitarian programming. Proportion of Global Affairs Canada long-term institutional support payments to humanitarian organizations committed in a timely manner (i.e. within the first quarter of the calendar year). Percentage . . 94.9 Target no longer applicable Apr-2017 Baseline information is currently being collected, which will be used to set targets for future reporting.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development International Assistance and Poverty Alleviation - Poverty is reduced, and security and democracy are increased for those living in countries where Canada engages. International Security and Democratic Development Advancing Democracy, Human Rights, Freedom, and the Rule of Law Enhanced or maintained equitable and inclusive participation of women, men, girls and boys and civil society in civic life and decision making processes that affect their lives, particularly the poor, the marginalised and those at-risk. # of local civil society partners and the media participating in democratic processes, in countries in which Global Affairs Canada engages. Number . . 433 Target no longer applicable Apr-2017 Baseline information is currently being collected, which will be used to set targets for future reporting.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development International Assistance and Poverty Alleviation - Poverty is reduced, and security and democracy are increased for those living in countries where Canada engages. International Security and Democratic Development Advancing Democracy, Human Rights, Freedom, and the Rule of Law Increased accountability to the rights and priorities of all people, particularly of women, girls and boys, the poor and the marginalized and those at risk, by independent institutions, representative bodies, and political parties. # / total policies, legislation, actions plans, strategies, regulations, and frameworks, reformed or passed, that promote accountability in countries in which Global Affairs Canada engages in advancing democracy. Number . . 21 Target no longer applicable Apr-2017 Baseline information is currently being collected, which will be used to set targets for future reporting.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development International Assistance and Poverty Alleviation - Poverty is reduced, and security and democracy are increased for those living in countries where Canada engages. International Security and Democratic Development Advancing Democracy, Human Rights, Freedom, and the Rule of Law Increased gender-sensitive promotion, protection and respect for human rights and rule of law by governments, civil society and other independent and multilateral institutions. # / total of gender-sensitive policies, plans, legal frameworks, laws, or regulations that have been developed or enacted by governments, as a result of Global Affairs Canada engagement, in accordance with international human rights and rule of law standards. Number . . 105 Target no longer applicable Apr-2017 Baseline information is currently being collected, which will be used to set targets for future reporting.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development International Assistance and Poverty Alleviation - Poverty is reduced, and security and democracy are increased for those living in countries where Canada engages. International Security and Democratic Development International Security and Threat Reduction Improved legal and policy instruments and frameworks of partner states that meet international security and threat reduction standards and best practices. # of security-related, anti-crime, counter-terrorism or WMD policy frameworks, action plans and legal instruments ratified, amended or adopted in countries in which Global Affairs Canada engages that are compliant with international standards and best practices. Number . . 51 Target no longer applicable Apr-2017 Baseline information is currently being collected, which will be used to set targets for future reporting.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development International Assistance and Poverty Alleviation - Poverty is reduced, and security and democracy are increased for those living in countries where Canada engages. International Security and Democratic Development International Security and Threat Reduction Improved prevention of, mitigation and/or response to violent conflict, fragility, instability, terrorism and transnational organized crime and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) by partner states, organizations and global networks. % / total surveyed capacity building recipients (female/male) who identify using the skills learned or assets provided in their work related to preventing, mitigating, and/or responding to violent conflict, fragility, instability, terrorism and transnational organized crime and the proliferation of WMDs and chemical-, biological-, radiological- and nuclear (CBRN)-related materials over the past year. Percentage . . 93 Target no longer applicable Apr-2017 Baseline information is currently being collected, which will be used to set targets for future reporting.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development International Assistance and Poverty Alleviation - Poverty is reduced, and security and democracy are increased for those living in countries where Canada engages. International Security and Democratic Development International Security and Threat Reduction Reduced access of non-state actors and states of proliferation concern to CBRN-related materials. # of United Nations Resolutions, or similar instruments passed, and # of international political commitments and/or adherences to non-proliferation, arms control and disarmament instruments by states of proliferation concern addressing recommendations linked to verification and other programming activities funded by Global Affairs Canada. Number . . 5 Target no longer applicable Apr-2017 Baseline information is currently being collected, which will be used to set targets for future reporting.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade maintains a mission network of infrastructure and services to enable the Government of Canada to achieve its international priorities. Management of Government of Canada Terms and Conditions of Employment Abroad Administration of Foreign Service Directives CBS and their dependents have a good level of knowledge and awareness of FSD benefits and related services. % of CBS employees (at missions and who relocated back to Canada or to missions) who respond that they had a good awareness of FSD benefits, policy and procedures. Percentage 75 . 88 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade maintains a mission network of infrastructure and services to enable the Government of Canada to achieve its international priorities. Management of Government of Canada Terms and Conditions of Employment Abroad Administration of Foreign Service Directives Canada-based staff (CBS) and their dependents are satisfied with services related to allowances and other benefits they receive under the Foreign Service Directives (FSDs). % of CBS employees (at missions and who relocated back to Canada or to missions) who respond that they were satisfied with FSD services. Percentage 75 . 88 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade maintains a mission network of infrastructure and services to enable the Government of Canada to achieve its international priorities. Management of Government of Canada Terms and Conditions of Employment Abroad Administration of Locally Engaged Staff Pension, Insurance and Social Security Programs Timely and accurate pension scheme and severance services are delivered. % of locally engaged staff who indicate they were aware of where to obtain information on pensions, insurance and social security programs and appropriate service standards. Percentage 75 . 62 Attention Required Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade maintains a mission network of infrastructure and services to enable the Government of Canada to achieve its international priorities. Mission Network Governance, Strategic Direction and Common Services Information Management/Information Technology Efficient and cost-effective information management/ information technology (IM/IT) services are delivered. % of mission call centre requests for IM services addressed that meet service level objectives. Percentage 95 . 99.96 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade maintains a mission network of infrastructure and services to enable the Government of Canada to achieve its international priorities. Mission Network Governance, Strategic Direction and Common Services Information Management/Information Technology Efficient and cost-effective information management/ information technology (IM/IT) services are delivered. % of mission call centre requests for IT services addressed that meet service level objectives. Percentage 95 . 87 Attention Required Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade maintains a mission network of infrastructure and services to enable the Government of Canada to achieve its international priorities. Mission Network Governance, Strategic Direction and Common Services Locally Engaged Staff Supporting Other Government Departments Locally engaged staff (LES) supporting other government departments receive timely and cost-effective salary determination. % of LES supporting other government departments managed according to updated Terms and Conditions of Employment. Percentage 90 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade maintains a mission network of infrastructure and services to enable the Government of Canada to achieve its international priorities. Mission Network Governance, Strategic Direction and Common Services Locally Engaged Staff Supporting Other Government Departments Locally engaged staff (LES) supporting other government departments receive timely and cost-effective salary determination. % of salary adjustments to LES supporting other government departments implemented in a timely manner. Percentage 90 . 1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade maintains a mission network of infrastructure and services to enable the Government of Canada to achieve its international priorities. Mission Network Governance, Strategic Direction and Common Services Management of Common Services Efficient, effective and sustainable common services are delivered to Global Affairs Canada clients abroad. % of common-service requests (transportation, materiel/property) actioned within service standards. Percentage . . 80 Target no longer applicable Apr-2017 Baseline information is currently being collected, which will be used to set targets for future reporting.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade maintains a mission network of infrastructure and services to enable the Government of Canada to achieve its international priorities. Mission Network Governance, Strategic Direction and Common Services Management of Common Services Efficient, effective and sustainable common services are delivered to Global Affairs Canada clients abroad. % of financial transactions processed by Common Service Delivery Points in accordance with service standards. Percentage . . 96 Target no longer applicable Apr-2017 Baseline information is currently being collected, which will be used to set targets for future reporting.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade maintains a mission network of infrastructure and services to enable the Government of Canada to achieve its international priorities. Mission Network Governance, Strategic Direction and Common Services Management of Common Services Efficient, effective and sustainable common services are delivered to Global Affairs Canada clients abroad. % of recourse cases directly related to overall volume of staffing and classification transactions. Percentage . . 0.1 Target no longer applicable Apr-2017 Baseline information is currently being collected, which will be used to set targets for future reporting.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade maintains a mission network of infrastructure and services to enable the Government of Canada to achieve its international priorities. Mission Network Governance, Strategic Direction and Common Services Management of Common Services Efficient, effective and sustainable common services are delivered to Global Affairs Canada clients abroad. % of service standard response times in compliance with the Service Level Agreement (diplomatic mail, procurement/logistics). Percentage 75 . 83 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade maintains a mission network of infrastructure and services to enable the Government of Canada to achieve its international priorities. Mission Network Governance, Strategic Direction and Common Services Real Property Canadian missions abroad and mission partners receive timely and efficient real property services in support of programs abroad. % of program managers who indicate that the mission platform offers functional real property for the delivery of their programs. Percentage 85 . 79 Attention Required Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade maintains a mission network of infrastructure and services to enable the Government of Canada to achieve its international priorities. Mission Network Governance, Strategic Direction and Common Services Real Property Canadian missions abroad and mission partners receive timely and efficient real property services in support of programs abroad. Amounts reinvested to preserve the value of Crown real property assets as a percentage of real property replacement cost. Percentage 2 . 1 Attention Required Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade maintains a mission network of infrastructure and services to enable the Government of Canada to achieve its international priorities. Mission Network Governance, Strategic Direction and Common Services Security Missions are secure, personnel are safe, and government and partner assets and information are protected at missions abroad. Degree to which, on a scale of 1 to 5, the implementation of security risk mitigation measures to address the priority risks identified in the Departmental Security Plan are on track to be completed as planned. Number 4 . 2 Attention Required Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The international agenda is shaped to advance Canadian security, prosperity, interests and values. Diplomacy, Advocacy, and International Agreements Assessed Contributions to International Organizations Canada is able to access international organizations to contribute to and share responsibility for the management of international issues. % of payments of assessed contributions to multilateral organizations of which Canada is a member that are made on time, where funding has been made available to Global Affairs Canada. Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The international agenda is shaped to advance Canadian security, prosperity, interests and values. Diplomacy, Advocacy, and International Agreements Assessed Contributions to International Organizations Canada is able to access international organizations to contribute to and share responsibility for the management of international issues. % of payments of assessed contributions to multilateral organizations of which Canada is a member that are paid in full, where funding has been made available to Global Affairs Canada. Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The international agenda is shaped to advance Canadian security, prosperity, interests and values. Diplomacy, Advocacy, and International Agreements Bilateral and Regional Diplomacy and Advocacy Bilateral and regional foreign decision makers are aware and show evidence of decision and action outcomes supporting Canada’s international policies and priorities. Degree to which, on a scale of 1 to 5, key influencers are engaged through events, visits and outreach programs. Number 4 . 3.5 Attention Required Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The international agenda is shaped to advance Canadian security, prosperity, interests and values. Diplomacy, Advocacy, and International Agreements Bilateral and Regional Diplomacy and Advocacy Bilateral and regional foreign decision makers are aware and show evidence of decision and action outcomes supporting Canada’s international policies and priorities. Degree to which, on a scale of 1 to 5, key influencers are reached through events, visits and outreach programs. Number 4 . 4.46 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The international agenda is shaped to advance Canadian security, prosperity, interests and values. Diplomacy, Advocacy, and International Agreements Bilateral and Regional Diplomacy and Advocacy Bilateral and regional foreign decision makers are aware and show evidence of decision and action outcomes supporting Canada’s international policies and priorities. Degree to which, on a scale of 1 to 5, protocol services facilitate interactions between Canadian and foreign decision makers. Number 5 . 5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The international agenda is shaped to advance Canadian security, prosperity, interests and values. Diplomacy, Advocacy, and International Agreements Summitry and Multilateral Diplomacy and Advocacy Summit and multilateral decision makers are aware of Canada’s international policies and priorities. Degree to which, on a scale of 1 to 5, foreign representatives and decision makers are reached through consultations, negotiations, events, visits, and/or via delivery of programs and projects. Number 4 . 5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The international agenda is shaped to advance Canadian security, prosperity, interests and values. Diplomacy, Advocacy, and International Agreements Summitry and Multilateral Diplomacy and Advocacy Summit and multilateral decision makers are aware of Canada’s international policies and priorities. Degree to which, on a scale of 1 to 5, protocol services facilitate interactions between Canadian and foreign decision makers at summit and multilateral events. Number 5 . 5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The international agenda is shaped to advance Canadian security, prosperity, interests and values. Diplomacy, Advocacy, and International Agreements Summitry and Multilateral Diplomacy and Advocacy Summit and multilateral decision makers are aware of Canada’s international policies and priorities. Degree to which, on a scale of 1 to 5, selected foreign representatives and decision makers are engaged. Number 4 . 3.8 Attention Required Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The international agenda is shaped to advance Canadian security, prosperity, interests and values. Diplomacy, Advocacy, and International Agreements Trade Agreements, Negotiations, Dispute Settlement and Controls Canada’s obligations to control trade in specific goods and technologies are met. % of permits and other documents processed in accordance with service delivery standards. Percentage 95 . 97.5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The international agenda is shaped to advance Canadian security, prosperity, interests and values. Diplomacy, Advocacy, and International Agreements Trade Agreements, Negotiations, Dispute Settlement and Controls Market access barriers faced by Canadian industry abroad and international trade disputes are resolved or mitigated. Degree to which, on a scale of 1 to 5, market access barriers, disputes or other strategic policy issues are effectively resolved or mitigated in conjunction with partners, stakeholders and foreign interests. Number 4 . 4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The international agenda is shaped to advance Canadian security, prosperity, interests and values. Diplomacy, Advocacy, and International Agreements Trade Agreements, Negotiations, Dispute Settlement and Controls The negotiation of international trade agreements at the bilateral, regional and multilateral levels maintains or improves global market access for Canada. # of agreements initiated, concluded, signed or ratified by Canada (including free trade agreements, air transport agreements and foreign investment promotion and protection agreements). Number 10 . 32 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The international agenda is shaped to advance Canadian security, prosperity, interests and values. Integrated Foreign Affairs, Trade, and Development Policy International Information and Analysis Government of Canada decision makers are well informed on issues related to Canada’s international interests and values. Degree to which, on a scale of 1 to 5, Global Affairs Canada’s information and analysis products meet the Government of Canada decision makers’ expectations for content and relevance to Canada’s international interests and values. Number 4 . 4.9 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development The international agenda is shaped to advance Canadian security, prosperity, interests and values. Integrated Foreign Affairs, Trade, and Development Policy International Policy Advice Government of Canada decision makers are well advised on options for policies, strategies and actions affecting Canada’s international interests and values. Degree to which, on a scale of 1 to 5, the policy advice provided by Global Affairs Canada meets the Government of Canada decision makers’ quality criteria for content and relevance to Canada’s broad international values and interests. Number 4 . 3.9 Attention Required Apr-2017
Department of Health A health system responsive to the needs of Canadians. Canadian Health System Policy Canada Health Act Administration Provincial and territorial compliance with the requirements of the Canada Health Act % of Canada Health Act compliance issues addressed Percentage 100 . 86 Attention Required Mar-2017 During 2016-17, seven compliance issues were identified, with six being addressed (86%). Health Canada was able to conclude two of those issues before the end of the fiscal year, and is still in consultation with the respective provincial health ministries on the remaining issues.
Department of Health A health system responsive to the needs of Canadians. Canadian Health System Policy Health System Priorities Recipients demonstrate use of knowledge or technologies to support policy, research, programs and services on health system priorities across Canada % of recipients demonstrating use of knowledge or technologies to support policy, research, program, and services on health system priorities across Canada Percentage 50 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health A health system responsive to the needs of Canadians. Canadian Health System Policy Health System Priorities Recipients raise awareness of policy, research, programs and services on health system priorities across Canada % of recipients raising awareness of policy, research, program, and services on health system priorities across Canada Percentage 50 . 97 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health A health system responsive to the needs of Canadians. Official Language Minority Community Development Official Language Minority Communities have access to health care services in the official language of their choice % of healthcare professionals who successfully complete Health Canada funded training programs Percentage 70 . 72 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health A health system responsive to the needs of Canadians. Official Language Minority Community Development Official Language Minority Communities have access to health care services in the official language of their choice % of program trained health professionals who are retained Percentage 86 . 71 Attention Required Mar-2017 A change was made to the methodology for this indicator in 2015-16.  The actual result pertains only to the retention of graduates from French-language post-secondary training programs outside Québec (and not graduates from language training programs in Québec who are already included under the indicator pertaining to the % of health care professionals who successfully complete Health Canada funded training programs).
Department of Health A health system responsive to the needs of Canadians. Specialized Health Services Federal employees are able to manage their psycho-social issues during and immediately following, stressful or traumatic events % of clients that achieve problem resolution within the EAS short term counselling model. Percentage 75 . 97 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 This target will be revisited moving forward given that past performance has consistently exceeded the established target.
Department of Health A health system responsive to the needs of Canadians. Specialized Health Services Internationally Protected Persons (IPPs) have timely Health Plans available for emergency medical services and appropriate food surveillance services when they are in Canada % of Health Plans delivered to client departments at least 24 hours prior to the visit Percentage 95 . 96 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health A health system responsive to the needs of Canadians. Specialized Health Services Reduced absenteeism in the workplace for employees who access employee assistance services % reduction in absenteeism in the 30 days that follow an employee’s last Employee Assistance Program session versus the 30 days prior Percentage 25 . 50 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 This target will be revisited moving forward given that past performance has consistently exceeded the established target.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Healthy Child Development First Nations have access to healthy child development programs and services # of children in First Nations communities accessing early literacy and learning services and supports (Baseline 13,981) Number 14000 . 14427 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Healthy Child Development First Nations have access to healthy child development programs and services % of First Nations communities that screen for risk factors for developmental milestones through participation in healthy child development programs and services (Baseline 68.7) Percentage 70 . 69 Attention Required Mar-2017 Given that the numeric target differrence is one (1), the difference might not be meaning ful.  In addition, year-to-year fluctuations on reporting in the Community-Based Reporting Template may account for these discrepancies.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Healthy Child Development First Nations have access to healthy child development programs and services Average number of decayed teeth in the 0-7 year population in First Nations communities with access to the Children’s Oral Health Initiative (COHI)(Baseline Primary Teeth: 1.71; Permanent Teeth: 0.12) Narratative Description . . Primary Teeth: 1.55
Permanent Teeth : 0.12
. Primary Teeth: 2.07
Permanent Teeth: 0.17
Attention Required Mar-2017 As the number of communities offering the Children’s Oral Health Initiative increases, new individuals are accessing oral health services.  More diagnoses of decayd teeth are therefore occurring.  This is eventually expected to stabilise.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Healthy Child Development Women in First Nations communities have access to breastfeeding and pre/postnatal nutrition services and supports # of women in First Nations communities accessing Prenatal and Postnatal Health services and supports including Nutrition (Baseline 9,462) Number 9500 . 8226 Attention Required Mar-2017 Year-to-year fluctuations on reporting in the Community-Based Reporting Template may account for the se discrepancies. Communities also choose which components of the healthy child development programs they plan to address.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Healthy Child Development Women in First Nations communities have access to breastfeeding and pre/postnatal nutrition services and supports % of First Nations communities with maternal and child health programming that provide group breastfeeding support activities (Baseline 47.7) Percentage 50 . 52 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Healthy Child Development Women in First Nations communities have access to breastfeeding and pre/postnatal nutrition services and supports % of women in First Nations communities accessing maternal and child health program activities who breastfed for six months or more (Baseline 27.3) Percentage 30 . 29 Attention Required Mar-2017 Given the numeric target difference is one (1), the difference might not be meaningful.  In addition, year-to-year fluctuations on reporting in the Community-Based Reporting Template may account for these discrepancies.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Healthy Child Development Women in First Nations communities have access to breastfeeding and pre/postnatal nutrition services and supports Difference in % of children aged 0 to 11 who were breastfed longer than six months in First Nations communities with Maternal Child Health (MCH) programs versus those without MCH programs (Baseline 8.2) Narratative Description . . 8.5 . N/A Result not available Mar-2019 Actual results years are not available as this is a new performance indicator developed to enhance reporting on program results. The Department will continue to strengthen reporting to Canadians on results achieved as it implements the Treasury Board Policy on Results.


Health Canada relies on data collected as part of the First Nations Regional Health Survey (RHS) conducted by the First Nations Information Governance Centre to report on this indicator. New data will be available in March 2018.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Healthy Living First Nations and Inuit have access to healthy living programs and services % of First Nations and Inuit communities that deliver healthy eating activities under the Aboriginal Diabetes Initiatives(Baseline 87.7) Percentage 88 . 91 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Healthy Living First Nations and Inuit have access to healthy living programs and services % of First Nations communities providing healthy living programs (Baseline 89) Percentage 90 . 93 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Healthy Living First Nations and Inuit have access to healthy living programs and services % of First Nations communities that deliver physical activities (Baseline 86.1) Percentage 87 . 88 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Healthy Living First Nations are engaged in healthy behaviours % of First Nations adults who reported being "moderately active" or "active" (Baseline 53.5) Narratative Description . . 55 . N/A Result not available Mar-2017 Actual results years are not available as this is a new performance indicator developed to enhance reporting on program results. The Department will continue to strengthen reporting to Canadians on results achieved as it implements the Treasury Board Policy on Results.


Health Canada relies on data collected as part of the First Nations Regional Health Survey (RHS) conducted by the First Nations Information Governance Centre to report on this indicator. New data will be available in March 2018.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Healthy Living First Nations are engaged in healthy behaviours % of First Nations adults who reported that they eat fruit or vegetables at least once a day (Baseline Fruit: 56.6;
Vegetables: 62.9)
Narratative Description . . Fruit: 57
Vegetables: 64
. N/A Result not available Mar-2017 Actual results years are not available as this is a new performance indicator developed to enhance reporting on program results. The Department will continue to strengthen reporting to Canadians on results achieved as it implements the Treasury Board Policy on Results.


Health Canada relies on data collected as part of the First Nations Regional Health Survey (RHS) conducted by the First Nations Information Governance Centre to report on this indicator. New data will be available in March 2018.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Mental Wellness First Nations and Inuit clients who have received addictions treatment abstain from or decrease drug and alcohol use up to six months after completing treatment % of First Nations clients admitted to a treatment centre who reduce using at least one substance up to six months after completing treatment (Baseline 50) Narratative Description . . 60 . N/A Result not available Mar-2017 The data source and target for this indicator were derived from a time-limited treatment centre outcome study.  While there had been plans to adjust the target upwards to reflect a broader reporting sample, limited data availability has prevented this. For this reason, this indicator is being retired. The program is exploring how best to report on behaviour-related outcomes.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Mental Wellness First Nations and Inuit clients who have received addictions treatment abstain from or decrease drug and alcohol use up to six months after completing treatment % of First Nations clients admitted to a treatment centre who stop using at least one substance up to six months after completing treatment (Baseline 30) Narratative Description . . 40 . N/A Result not available Mar-2017 The data source and target for this indicator were derived from a time-limited treatment centre outcome study.  While there had been plans to adjust the target upwards to reflect a broader reporting sample, limited data availability has prevented this. For this reason, this indicator is being retired. The program is exploring how best to report on behaviour-related outcomes.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Mental Wellness First Nations and Inuit have access to mental wellness programs and services % of First Nations communities offering training on signs and symptoms and responding to suicidal behaviours (Baseline 73) Percentage 75 . 75 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Mental Wellness First Nations and Inuit have access to mental wellness programs and services % of First Nations communities that report service linkages with external service providers in delivering Mental Wellness promotion (Baseline 91.9) Percentage 93 . 88 Attention Required Mar-2017 This indicator measures service linkages between First Nations communities and external service providers for Mental Wellness promotion only.  The proportion of First Nations communities increases to 94% if broadened to include those communities that report at least one service linkage for either mental wellness promotion, treatment, suicide prevention, or crisis intervention.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Primary Care Clinical and Client Care First Nations and Inuit populations have access to Clinical and Client Care services % of the eligible on-reserve population accessing Clinical and Client Care services in remote and isolated First Nations facilities (Nursing Stations and Health Centers with Treatment)(Baseline 44) Narratative Description . . 50% - This target (50%) is based on service utilization and maintaining service levels for those in need. It is not anticipated that the entire eligible on-reserve population will need to use clinical and client care services. . N/A Result not available Mar-2017 Reliability issues of data for this indicator have been noted. For this reason, it is being retired. The program is exploring how best to report on its access outcome.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Primary Care Clinical and Client Care First Nations and Inuit populations have access to Clinical and Client Care services % of urgent Clinical and Client Care visits provided in remote and isolated facilities (Baseline 11) Percentage . 10 23 Attention Required Mar-2017 This indicator is driven by demand and can vary each year. It has been retired from the program performance reporting.

The target (10%) is lower than the baseline (11%) because the objective is to decrease the need for visits required in remote and isolated facilities; therefore a lower target is desirable.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Primary Care Clinical and Client Care Health Canada nurses providing Clinical and Client Care (CCC) services have completed mandatory training % of Health Canada nurses who have completed mandatory training courses (Baseline 27) Percentage 100 . 60 Attention Required Mar-2017 Health Canada experiences turnover in staff causing fluctuations in training data. Nursing retention is an issue across the health system, and not just in First Nations communities. Although the target has not been met, an increase compared to the initial baseline has been observed (from 27% to 60%).

In response to the Office of the Auditor General’s Report on Access to Health Services for Remote First Nations Communities, policy guidelines, regional specific strategies and regularly monitoring have been developed to support 100% compliance to the mandatory training requirements. The target has been dramatically increased to reflect these changes and the activities underway to achieve 100% compliance.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Primary Care Home and Community Care First Nations and Inuit populations have access to Home and Community Care services % First Nations clients receiving home care where diabetes is the primary reason for care (Baseline 22) Percentage 21 . 22 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 This indicator is driven by demand and can vary each year. It has been retired from the program performance reporting.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Primary Care Home and Community Care First Nations and Inuit populations have access to Home and Community Care services % First Nations clients receiving long-term supportive care (Baseline 37.30) Percentage 36.95 . 34 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The target (36.95%) is lower than the baseline (37.30%) because the objective is to have fewer First Nations clients needing long-term supportive care; therefore, a lower target is desirable.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Primary Care Home and Community Care First Nations and Inuit populations have access to Home and Community Care services Home and community care utilisation rate per 1,000 on-reserve population (Baseline 71) Number 72 . 69 Attention Required Mar-2017 This indicator is driven by demand and can vary each year. It has been retired from the program performance reporting.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Public Health Protection Communicable Disease Control and Management Communicable diseases among First Nations on-reserve are prevented, mitigated and/or treated # of First Nations children on-reserve diagnosed with measles or rubella acquired in Canada (Baseline 0) Number . 0 0 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The target is 0 because it is an objective of the program to have no children diagnosed with measles or rubella acquired in Canada.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Public Health Protection Communicable Disease Control and Management Communicable diseases among First Nations on-reserve are prevented, mitigated and/or treated % of cases of treatment success (cure or completion) in active tuberculosis cases among First Nations on-reserve (Baseline 92) Percentage 90 . 90 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The Pan-Canadian Public Health Network’s Guidance for Tuberculosis Prevention and Control in Canada has set the target of 90% or higher. This recommended target has been recognized nationally as an appropriate target for tuberculosis programs and is used within Canada on and off reserve. The program is targeting a minimum of 90%. The baseline of 92% is based on the actual rate of treatment successes for 2014-15, although this number varies year to year.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Public Health Protection Communicable Disease Control and Management First Nations children on-reserve are vaccinated against mumps, measles and rubella (MMR) % of First Nations children on-reserve who have received the MMR vaccine (Baseline 83) Percentage 85 . 81.5 Attention Required Mar-2017 Data have been quite stable over the last 3 cycles. Factors contributing to the slightly lower overall estimate include: no new investments in immunization programming for several years; no national immunization awareness campaigns since 2014; exclusion of 1 region in the estimate due to limitations of their e-immunization information system; and travel restrictions on program staff to conduct/support community education &  awareness activities may have negatively impacted vaccine uptake.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Public Health Protection Communicable Disease Control and Management First Nations children on-reserve are vaccinated against mumps, measles and rubella (MMR) % of First Nations communities conducting immunization education and awareness activities (Baseline 59) Percentage 65 . 59 Attention Required Mar-2017 Data have been stable over the last two reporting cycles. No new investments in this area have likely had an impact on achieving the target.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Public Health Protection Environmental Public Health Environmental health risks relating to water quality are decreased in First Nations and Inuit communities. Average % rate of public water systems monitoring in First Nations communities as compared to the frequency recommended by the national guidelines for bacteriological parameters. (Baseline 75) Percentage 80 . 80 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Public Health Protection Environmental Public Health Information about environmental health hazards in First Nations communities is available to decision-makers (at Health Canada and local First Nations and Inuit communities). # of homes in First Nations communities inspected by EHOs (Baseline 1,282) Narratative Description . . 1359 . N/A Result not available Mar-2017 Data was not available at the time of the development of this report.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Public Health Protection Environmental Public Health Information about environmental health hazards in First Nations communities is available to decision-makers (at Health Canada and local First Nations and Inuit communities). % of inspected homes in First Nations communities that were found to have mould (Baseline 47) Narratative Description . . 45% - The target (45%) is lower than the baseline (47%) because the objective is to lower the % of homes with mould; therefore, a lower target is desirable. . N/A Result not available Mar-2017 Data was not available at the time of the development of this report.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care First Nations and Inuit Public Health Protection Environmental Public Health Information about environmental health hazards in First Nations communities is available to decision-makers (at Health Canada and local First Nations and Inuit communities). Total number of public health inspections conducted in food facilities on-reserve by Environmental Health Officers (EHO) (Baseline 1,361) Narratative Description . . 1482 . N/A Result not available Mar-2017 Data was not available at the time of the development of this report.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. Health Infrastructure Support for First Nations and Inuit First Nations and Inuit Health System Capacity Health Facilities Health care services delivered in First Nations communities are provided in a safe environment % of health facilities subject to an Integrated Facility Audit that do not have critical property issues (Baseline 55) Narratative Description . . 60 . N/A Result not available Mar-2017 Data was not available at the time of the development of this report.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. Health Infrastructure Support for First Nations and Inuit First Nations and Inuit Health System Capacity Health Facilities Health care services delivered in First Nations communities are provided in a safe environment % of nursing stations on-reserve inspected within three years Narratative Description . . 100 . N/A Result not available Mar-2019 Health Canada implemented a new inspection regime for First Nations health facilities in fiscal year 2016-17, which is based on a three-year inspection cycle. Fiscal year 2016-17 represented the first year of the new inspection cycle, so at present only one year of data exists. Data for this indicator will be available at the end of the current inspection cycle in September 2019.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. Health Infrastructure Support for First Nations and Inuit First Nations and Inuit Health System Capacity Health Facilities Health care services delivered in First Nations communities are provided in a safe environment % of “high priority” recommendations stemming from Integrated Facility Audits are addressed on schedule Narratative Description . . New baseline +5% increase per year - This is a new indicator. Data will be available in fiscal year 2017-18. The baseline and target to increase the % of “high priority” facility audit recommendations addressed will then be established. . N/A Result not available Mar-2017 Data was not available at the time of the development of this report.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. Health Infrastructure Support for First Nations and Inuit First Nations and Inuit Health System Capacity Health Human Resources Indigenous people participate in post-secondary education leading to health careers # of Indigenous people supported by bursaries and scholarships in health careers who have graduated Narratative Description . . Target will be determied in 2018 based on the data trends in the Indspire 2017 report. . 99 Result not available Other Target will be determied in 2018 based on the data trends in the Indspire 2017 report.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. Health Infrastructure Support for First Nations and Inuit First Nations and Inuit Health System Capacity Health Human Resources Indigenous people participate in post-secondary education leading to health careers # of bursaries and scholarships provided to Indigenous people per year in a field of study leading to a career in a health-related discipline (Baseline 340) Number 425 . 709 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 This target will be revisited moving forward given that past performance has consistently exceeded the established target.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. Health Infrastructure Support for First Nations and Inuit First Nations and Inuit Health System Capacity Health Planning and Quality Management First Nations and Inuit funding recipients have a “Low Risk” score on the Department’s Program Management component of the General Assessment Tool % of First Nations and Inuit funding recipients scoring “Low Risk” on the Department’s Program Management component of the General Assessment Tool Narratative Description . . To be determined . N/A Result not available Other This indicator is under review as the current data collection methodology does not provide a comprehensive risk rating for the Program Management component of the General Assessment Tool.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. Health Infrastructure Support for First Nations and Inuit First Nations and Inuit Health System Capacity Health Planning and Quality Management First Nations have the capacity to plan, manage and deliver quality health services % of Nursing Stations and Health Centres that are accredited (Baseline 19.5) Percentage 24 . 18 Attention Required Mar-2017 Accreditation of nursing stations is taking a longer time than anticipated but gains are being made to improve the quality of services delivered and interest in seeking accreditation of nursing stations is increasing.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. Health Infrastructure Support for First Nations and Inuit First Nations and Inuit Health System Transformation Health Systems Integration Partners within multi-jurisdictional health services integration projects are collaborating % of partnerships within Health Services Integration Fund projects with an assessment of proceeding as planned (Baseline 65) Percentage 70 . 74.8 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 This result is based upon the data available at the time of this report.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. Health Infrastructure Support for First Nations and Inuit First Nations and Inuit Health System Transformation e-Health Infostructure First Nations and Inuit have access to provincial/ territorial health information systems # of First Nations communities using Panorama or an equivalent provincial integrated public health information system (Baseline 33) Number 43 . 84 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. Health Infrastructure Support for First Nations and Inuit First Nations and Inuit Health System Transformation e-Health Infostructure First Nations and Inuit have access to provincial/ territorial health information systems # of collaborative Panorama plans, agreements and/or activities (Baseline 10) Narratative Description . . 20 . N/A Result not available Mar-2017 Data for this indicator are not available. This indicator will be retired in Health Canada’s performance reporting starting in 2018-19.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. Health Infrastructure Support for First Nations and Inuit First Nations and Inuit Health System Transformation e-Health Infostructure First Nations communities have access to e-Health Infostructure # of First Nations communities where an electronic medical record has been deployed for nurses providing primary care services (Baseline 0) Number 4 . 6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. Health Infrastructure Support for First Nations and Inuit First Nations and Inuit Health System Transformation e-Health Infostructure First Nations communities have access to e-Health Infostructure # of clinical telehealth sessions in First Nations communities (Baseline 8,000) Number 8160 . 10501 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. Health Infrastructure Support for First Nations and Inuit First Nations and Inuit Health System Transformation e-Health Infostructure First Nations communities have access to e-Health Infostructure # of telehealth sites implemented in First Nations communities (Baseline 229) Number 247 . 252 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. Health Infrastructure Support for First Nations and Inuit Tripartite Health Governance Tripartite governance partners have reciprocal accountability as stated in section 2.2 of the BC Tripartite Framework Agreement on First Nations Health Governance % of planned partnership and engagement activities that require First Nations and Inuit Health Branch of Health Canada participation that have been implemented Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. Supplementary Health Benefits for First Nations and Inuit Dental Predetermination Centre (DPC) requests are handled within 10 days service standard % of Dental Predetermination Centre (DPC) requests handled within 10 days service standard (Baseline 90) Percentage 95 . 65 Attention Required Mar-2017 The DPC is working towards increasing its staffing complement to meet the established service standards.
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. Supplementary Health Benefits for First Nations and Inuit First Nations and Inuit have access to non-insured health benefits % of eligible First Nations and Inuit clients accessing defined preventative dental services per year which includes scaling and fluoride applications (Baseline 70.6) Percentage 71 . 71.9 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status. Supplementary Health Benefits for First Nations and Inuit First Nations and Inuit have access to non-insured health benefits % of eligible First Nations and Inuit population who accessed at least one Non-Insured Health Benefit (Baseline 71.2) Narratative Description . . 72 . 71 %- Clients may have accessed benefits that are not entered into the claims processing system, and, therefore, may not be reflected in the results. More First Nations and Inuit women (77%) than men (64.7%) accessed at least one NIHB. Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Consumer Product and Workplace Hazardous Materials Consumer Product Safety Early detection of potentially unsafe consumer products and cosmetics % of incident reports received and triaged within service standard Percentage 90 . 98 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 This target will be revisited moving forward given that past performance has consistently exceeded the established target.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Consumer Product and Workplace Hazardous Materials Consumer Product Safety Early detection of potentially unsafe consumer products and cosmetics % of risk assessments received and triaged within service standards (Baseline year 2016-17) Percentage 90 . 91 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Consumer Product and Workplace Hazardous Materials Consumer Product Safety Targeted Canadian industries are aware of regulatory requirements related to consumer products and cosmetics % of targeted Canadian industry stakeholders indicating that they are aware of regulatory requirements Percentage 95 . 46 Attention Required Mar-2017 The decrease in performance is due to a change in data collection methodology, which now targets establishments that have not had any prior contact or interaction with the Consumer Product Safety Program. This target will be revisited moving forward.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Consumer Product and Workplace Hazardous Materials Workplace Hazardous Materials Registry service standards for confidential business information (CBI) claims for exemptions are maintained % of claims for exemptions for CBI registered within service standard (Baseline 95) Percentage 95 . 98 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Environmental Risks to Health Air Quality Canadians, have access to information to enable them to take protective action to reduce health impacts from air pollution % of Canadians with access to the Air Quality Health Index (Baseline 75) Percentage 80 . 80 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The maximum achievable target of 80% was reached in 2015-16, and the air program is now focused on increasing awareness and use of the Air Quality Health Index.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Environmental Risks to Health Air Quality Stakeholders and all levels of government have access to information to enable them to reduce risks from outdoor and indoor air pollution in Canada % of federal air quality health assessments, guidance documents, guidelines and standards published or distributed externally (Baseline 100) Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Environmental Risks to Health Air Quality Targeted partners have access to scientific information that address regulatory/departmental/international priorities on the impacts of air quality on health % of air health research projects that address regulatory/departmental/international priorities (Baseline 100) Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Environmental Risks to Health Air Quality Targeted partners have access to scientific information that address regulatory/departmental/international priorities on the impacts of air quality on health % of knowledge use by targeted partners (Baseline 2016-17 data) Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Environmental Risks to Health Health Impacts of Chemicals Risks associated with existing substances are assessed to determine if risk management is required % of the 1500 targeted existing substances assessed at the draft assessment stage Percentage 100 . 20 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2021 This target is for March 31, 2021 and results are provided based on the actual CMP3 target of 1,550 substances: 314 of 1,550 substances targeted by March 31, 2021, were assessed at the draft assessment stage. The program is on track towards meeting its target for March 31, 2021.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Environmental Risks to Health Health Impacts of Chemicals Risks associated with substances new to the Canadian market are assessed to determine if risk management is required % of new substances assessed that require risk management action (Baseline 5) Number . 5 2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 10 of 473 new substances assessed required Risk Management action (2% against target of 5%). Note: The actual results for this program are intended to meet or be lower than the target, as the objective is for there to be fewer substances that require risk management action; therefore, lower actual results are desirable.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Environmental Risks to Health Health Impacts of Chemicals Targeted partners have access to scientific information that addresses regulatory/ departmental/ international priorities on how exposure to substances impacts health % of Chemicals Management Plan (CMP) research projects that address regulatory/departmental/ international priorities (Baseline 100) Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Environmental Risks to Health Health Impacts of Chemicals Targeted partners have access to scientific information that addresses regulatory/ departmental/ international priorities on how exposure to substances impacts health % of knowledge use by targeted partners (Baseline 2016-17 data) Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Environmental Risks to Health Water Quality Federal, Provincial and Territorial partners approve the drinking water quality guidelines published by Health Canada % of targeted drinking water quality guidelines / guidance documents approved through F/P/T collaborative processes (Baseline 100) Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Food Safety and Nutrition Food Safety Timely response to Health Canada partners regarding emerging food and nutrition safety incidents including foodborne illness outbreaks % of health risk assessments provided to Health Canada partners within standard timelines to manage food safety incidents (Baseline 100) Percentage 90 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The target (90%) was established based on a review of historical trends and analysis and represents what the program believes it can realistically achieve year after year. The baseline (100%) was populated with 2014-15 actual performance. In cases where the baseline is higher than the target for 2016-17, it means that results in 2014-15 were higher than expected and/or higher than historically achieved. This target will be revisited in the future given that past performance has consistently exceeded the established target.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Food Safety and Nutrition Nutrition Policy and Promotion Canadians make informed eating decisions % of Canadians who consult Health Canada’s healthy eating information to inform their decisions (Baseline 42) Percentage 40 . 42 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The target (40%) was established based on the results from the 2012 Outcome Assessment of the Canada Food Guide (CFG) and what the program believes it can realistically achieve year after year. The baseline (42%) was from the 2015 Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) Annual Food Guide Usage (FGU) module. New data is expected following analysis of the 2016 CCHS annual FGU module.


Results are from the 2015 CCHS . Results from the 2016 CCHS annual FGU module will be available in fall 2017.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Food Safety and Nutrition Nutrition Policy and Promotion Stakeholders integrate Health Canada information on nutrition and healthy eating into their policies, programs, and initiatives that reach Canadians % of targeted stakeholders who integrate Health Canada healthy eating knowledge products, policies, and/or education materials into their own strategies, policies, programs and initiatives that reach Canadians (Baseline 89) Percentage 80 . 89 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The target (80%) was established based on results from the 2012 Outcome Assessment of the CFG and what the program believes it can realistically achieve year after year. The baseline (89%) was reported on in the 2013-14 Departmental Performance Report. The baseline was established as a one-time survey of targeted stakeholders for the 2012 Outcome Assessment of the CFG.


No new results available since the 2012 Outcome Assessment of the CFG. As new data becomes available, the target will be revisited.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Health Products Biologics and Radiopharmaceuticals Biologics, radiopharmaceutical and genetic Therapies meet regulatory requirements % of biologic and radiopharmaceutical, and gene therapy product submissions that meet regulatory requirements (Baseline 99) Percentage 90 . 92 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The target (90%) was established based on a review of historical trends and analysis and represents what the program can realistically achieve year after year. In spite of actual performance having consistently exceeded the target, the program cannot change the target because the 90% target is not an end in itself, but rather a performance threshold that the program seeks to maintain. The baseline (99%) was established based on the 2014-15 result.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Health Products Biologics and Radiopharmaceuticals Canadians and stakeholders are informed of risks associated with the use of biologics, radiopharmaceuticals, and gene therapies % of targeted risk communications disseminated within service standard (Baseline 69) Percentage 90 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Despite the results consistently exceeding the target, it will not be adjusted as the denominator is so small that even missing one risk communication will skew the result. For example, in 2016-17 only six risk communications were issued. If one had been missed, then the target would not be met.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Health Products Medical Devices Canadians and stakeholders are informed of risks associated with the use of Medical Devices % of targeted risk communications disseminated within service standards (Baseline 69) Percentage 90 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Despite the results consistently exceeding the target, it will not be adjusted as the denominator is so small that even missing one risk communication will skew the result. For example, in 2016-17 only four risk communications were issued. If one had been missed, then the target would not be met.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Health Products Medical Devices Medical devices meet regulatory requirements % of applications (Class III and IV) that meet regulatory requirements (Baseline 96) Percentage 80 . 93 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The target (80%) was established based on a review of historical trends and analysis and represents what the program believes it can realistically achieve year after year. The baseline (96%) was populated with 2014-15 actual performance. In cases where the baseline is higher than the target for 2016-17, it means that results in 2014-15 were higher than expected and/or higher than historically achieved. This target will be revisited in the future given that past performance has consistently exceeded the established target.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Health Products Natural Health Products Canadians and stakeholders are informed of risks associated with the use of natural health products % of targeted risk communications developed and disseminated within service standards (Baseline 70) Narratative Description . . 90 . N/A Result not available Mar-2017 No targeted risk communication was required.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Health Products Natural Health Products Natural health products meet regulatory requirements % of natural health product submissions that meet regulatory requirements (Baseline 94) Percentage 80 . 97 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The target (80%) was established based on a review of historical trends and analysis and represents what the program believes it can realistically achieve year after year. The baseline (94%) was populated with 2014-15 actual performance. In cases where the baseline is higher than the target for 2016-17, it means that results in 2014-15 were higher than expected and/or higher than historically achieved. This target will be revisited in the future given that past performance has consistently exceeded the established target.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Health Products Pharmaceutical Drugs Canadians and stakeholders are informed of risks associated with the use of pharmaceutical drugs % of targeted risk communications disseminated within service standards (Baseline 69) Percentage 90 . 93 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Health Products Pharmaceutical Drugs Pharmaceutical drugs meet regulatory requirements % of pharmaceutical product submissions that meet regulatory requirements (Baseline 75) Percentage 80 . 84 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Pesticides Industry meets the Canadian regulatory requirements for new pesticides % of submissions that meet regulatory requirements (Baseline 90) Percentage 80 . 94 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 This target will be revisited moving forward given that past performance has consistently exceeded the established target.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Pesticides International collaboration is leveraged to maximize access to global science for the risk assessment of pesticides % of new pesticides reviewed in collaboration with international partners (Baseline 90) Percentage 80 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 This target will be revisited moving forward given that past performance has consistently exceeded the established target.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Pesticides Pesticides in the marketplace continue to meet modern scientific standards % of re-evaluations initiated for registered pesticides according to the Re-evaluation Work Plan. (Baseline 90) Percentage 80 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 This target will be revisited moving forward given that past performance has consistently exceeded the established target.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Problematic Substance Use Controlled Substances Licensed dealers and producers of controlled substances and precursor chemicals are compliant with the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and its regulations % of licensed dealers inspected that are deemed to be compliant with the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and its regulations (Baseline 5-year trend) Percentage 95 . 99.65 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The program will continue to monitor this target to ensure it remains appropriate.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Problematic Substance Use Controlled Substances Licensed dealers and producers of controlled substances and precursor chemicals are compliant with the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and its regulations % of licensed producers under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations that are deemed to be compliant with the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act  and its regulations Percentage 95 . 96 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Problematic Substance Use Controlled Substances Pharmacies are compliant with the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and its regulations % of pharmacies inspected that are deemed to be compliant with the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and its regulations Percentage 95 . 99.46 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The program will continue to monitor this target to ensure it remains appropriate.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Problematic Substance Use Tobacco Control Industry is compliant with the Tobacco Act and its regulations % of products that are deemed to be non-compliant with the Tobacco Act and its regulations related to manufacturing and importing through the inspection program (Baseline 5) Percentage . 5 7 Attention Required Mar-2017 The increase in the overall percentage of non-compliant products is due to two factors:
* increased non-compliance with respect to the prohibition on the promotion of prohibited additives on packaging, following the December 2015 Order to amend the Schedule to the Tobacco Act for “other cigars”;
* the sampling and analysis for minimum packaging requirements was eliminated from the calculation due to 0% non-compliance for several years.


Combined, these two factors produced a higher non-compliance rate than previous years. The target will not change despite a change in the regulation and methodology, and the program will increase its compliance and enforcement efforts on the promotion of additives.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Radiation Protection Dosimetry Services Occupational radiation workers, employers and regulators are informed of exposure levels % of clients receiving exposure reports within service standards (National Dose Registry) (Baseline 100) Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Radiation Protection Dosimetry Services Occupational radiation workers, employers and regulators are informed of exposure levels % of clients receiving exposure reports within service standards (National Dosimetry Services) (Baseline 91) Percentage 100 . 97 Attention Required Mar-2017 100% of doses reported within regulatory standard. In 2016-17, 97% of doses were reported within internal service standards (10-20 business days). The remaining requests were sent to clients within timelines negotiated with the clients themselves.
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Radiation Protection Environmental Radiation Monitoring and Protection Canadians are able to address health risks related to radon % of Canadians surveyed who are knowledgeable of radon (Baseline 53) Percentage 60 . 59 Attention Required Mar-2017 Results from the Statistics Canada 2015 Households and the Environment Survey showed that Canadians’ ability to describe radon continues to increase (up to 59% from 53% in 2013).
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Radiation Protection Environmental Radiation Monitoring and Protection Canadians are able to address health risks related to radon % of Canadians surveyed who have tested for radon (Baseline 5) Percentage 7 . 6 Attention Required Mar-2017 The percentage of households surveyed who had tested for radon increased only slightly (up to 6%, from 5% in 2013).
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Radiation Protection Environmental Radiation Monitoring and Protection Canadians have access to information from Health Canada on radiation levels in the environment % of targeted environmental radiation data made available to Canadians(Baseline 100) Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Radiation Protection Environmental Radiation Monitoring and Protection Health Canada is prepared to respond to a nuclear emergency % of Health Canada defined objectives achieved in nuclear emergency preparedness exercises Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Radiation Protection Environmental Radiation Monitoring and Protection Targeted partners collaborate to address health risks related to radon % of targeted partners participating in education and awareness and communication activities (Baseline 100) Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Radiation Protection Radiation Emitting Devices Institutions are enabled to take necessary action against radiation emitting devices that are non-compliant % of targeted compliance assessment reports made available to institutions (Baseline 100) Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Health Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians. Radiation Protection Radiation Emitting Devices Stakeholders are aware of the health and safety information that Health Canada provides about the health risks related to radiation emitting devices % of stakeholders who are aware of health and safety information provided by Health Canada Narratative Description . . To be determined . 32 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Source: Health Canada Survey: Awareness and use of Health Canada publications conducted by Nanos in fall of 2016. Note: stakeholders implies "Canadians".

This is a new performance indicator. Performance data will be assessed using the following measures: change in nature and level of awareness by stakeholder group; assessment of the rationale for change or lack of change in awareness; and determination of what, if anything, can be done to address lack of change in future planning.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Government - Support good governance, rights and interests of Indigenous Peoples. Governance and Institutions of Government First Nation Governments Enhanced governance capacity of First Nation Governments Percentage of First Nations scoring low risk on the Governance section of the General Assessment Percentage 70 . 70 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Government - Support good governance, rights and interests of Indigenous Peoples. Governance and Institutions of Government First Nation Governments Enhanced governance capacity of First Nation Governments Percentage of First Nations who have submitted a plan and have received funding for the development or implementation of a Governance Capacity Plan Percentage 80 . 71 Attention Required Mar-2017 The actual result is lower than the minimal target
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Government - Support good governance, rights and interests of Indigenous Peoples. Governance and Institutions of Government Indigenous Governance Institutions and Organizations Governance institutions and organizations have the capacity to support First Nations Percentage of First Nations Fiscal Management Act institutions scoring low risk on the General Assessment Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Government - Support good governance, rights and interests of Indigenous Peoples. Governance and Institutions of Government Indigenous Governance Institutions and Organizations Governance institutions and organizations have the capacity to support First Nations Percentage of tribal councils scoring low risk on the General Assessment Percentage 90 . 88 Attention Required Mar-2017 The actual result is lower than the minimal target
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Government - Support good governance, rights and interests of Indigenous Peoples. Management and Implementation of Agreements and Treaties Creation and maintenance of ongoing partnerships to support treaty structures Percentage of completed initiatives supporting improved understanding of pre-1975 treaties: treaty awareness sessions; facilitated dialogue between private sector and First Nations; and, facilitated dialogue between treaty partners Percentage 80 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Government - Support good governance, rights and interests of Indigenous Peoples. Management and Implementation of Agreements and Treaties Creation and maintenance of ongoing partnerships to support treaty structures Percentage of meetings (implementation committee or panel meetings) held with modern treaty partners, per the terms of the treaties, in order to maintain and support open and productive intergovernmental relationships, and collaborate on implementation priorities Percentage 80 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Government - Support good governance, rights and interests of Indigenous Peoples. Rights and Interests of Indigenous Peoples Consultation and Accommodation Assistance provided in fulfilling the Crown’s legal duty to consult and, where appropriate, accommodate when Crown conduct may adversely affect rights of Indigenous peoples Number of instances where support is provided to assist in fulfilling the Crown’s duty to consult Number 15000 . 14800 Attention Required Mar-2017 The Department continued to provide assistance to federal departments/agencies in fulfilling the Crown’s legal duty to consult and, where appropriate, accommodate when Crown conduct may adversely affect potential or established Aboriginal or treaty rights of Indigenous peoples. This includes strengthening the understanding of the duty to consult by developing and delivering advanced training to approximately 600 federal officials. INAC also continued to provide support on Indigenous consultation and accommodation issues related to major resource projects, including the Trans Mountain Expansion project and the Energy East pipeline. INAC worked with consultation partners, including consultation practitioners and Indigenous communities, to ensure that the Aboriginal and Treaty Rights Information System is populated with the most useful information possible to bolster the system’s utility to an expanded community of users. As a result, 1,200 new or amended records were added in the system and 400 new, unique user accounts were added.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Government - Support good governance, rights and interests of Indigenous Peoples. Rights and Interests of Indigenous Peoples Métis Relations and Rights Management, and Non-Status Indian Relations Assertions of Métis rights effectively managed Percent of self-identified Métis in five western-most provinces (according to National Household Survey) that are in Métis registries Percentage 29 . . Result not available Mar-2017 Due to data collection timelines for external partners, results are not currently available.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Government - Support good governance, rights and interests of Indigenous Peoples. Rights and Interests of Indigenous Peoples Métis Relations and Rights Management, and Non-Status Indian Relations Enhanced capacity of Métis and Non-Status Indian Aboriginal Representative Organizations to effectively represent their members Percentage of Métis and Non-Status Indian Aboriginal Representative Organizations scoring low risk on the Governance, Planning and Financial Management sections of the General Assessment Percentage 75 . 87.5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Government - Support good governance, rights and interests of Indigenous Peoples. Rights and Interests of Indigenous Peoples Negotiations of Claims and Self-Government Agreements Certainty and clarity with respect to law-making authority and the ownership, use and control of land and resources Percentage of objectives reached as identified in the negotiations action plans Percentage 80 . 85.5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Government - Support good governance, rights and interests of Indigenous Peoples. Rights and Interests of Indigenous Peoples Specific Claims Canada discharges outstanding legal obligations to First Nations fairly and promptly through negotiated settlement agreements or awards of the Specific Claims Tribunal Number of negotiated settlement agreements concluded Number 10 . 19 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Government - Support good governance, rights and interests of Indigenous Peoples. Rights and Interests of Indigenous Peoples Specific Claims Canada discharges outstanding legal obligations to First Nations fairly and promptly through negotiated settlement agreements or awards of the Specific Claims Tribunal Percentage of awards of the Specific Claims Tribunal paid within 45 days of the award being made Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Government - Support good governance, rights and interests of Indigenous Peoples. Rights and Interests of Indigenous Peoples Specific Claims Canada discharges outstanding legal obligations to First Nations fairly and promptly through negotiated settlement agreements or awards of the Specific Claims Tribunal Percentage of claims assessed within the legislated 3-year time frame Percentage 100 . 82 Attention Required Mar-2017 INAC did not meet the target as a result of the application of a risk management approach designed to improve the quality of assessments.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Community Economic Development Administration of Reserve Land First Nations benefit from the administration of reserve land (benefits include use of land for economic and community purposes) Percentage of active additions to reserve approved Percentage 2.5 . 5 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The results are actually ?5
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Community Economic Development Administration of Reserve Land First Nations benefit from the administration of reserve land (benefits include use of land for economic and community purposes) Value of money collected by Indian Oil and Gas Canada on behalf of First Nations Dollar 45000000 70000000 59600000 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Community Economic Development Contaminated Sites (On-Reserve) Federal liabilities related to the existence of contaminated sites are reduced Dollar reduction in total of known federal financial liabilities in confirmed contaminated sites at the beginning of the fiscal year Dollar 8000000 . 34800000 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Community Economic Development Contaminated Sites (On-Reserve) First Nation land is available for development Number of contaminated sites completely remediated Number 5 . 27 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Community Economic Development Contaminated Sites (On-Reserve) The risk to public health and safety related to contaminated sites is decreased Number of Class 1 sites (sites with imminent concerns for public health and safety) where remediation activities are occurring to reduce risk Number 80 . 80 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Community Economic Development Investment in Economic Opportunities First Nation and Inuit communities leverage investments from private sector and other sources Investments leveraged from sources outside of the Department for First Nation and Inuit communities Narratative Description . . 1:3 (for every dollar invested by INAC, three dollars will be leveraged from sources outside the Department) . 1:3.7 . Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Community Economic Development Lands and Economic Development Services First Nation and Inuit communities have capacity to manage land and environment and to pursue economic development Percentage of First Nation and Inuit communities providing economic development public services to their members Percentage 70 . 77 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Community Economic Development Lands and Economic Development Services First Nation and Inuit communities have capacity to manage land and environment and to pursue economic development Percentage of First Nations managing and administering their Land transactions Percentage 35 . 36 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Indigenous Entrepreneurship Business Capital and Support Services The network of Aboriginal Financial Institutions is sustained Percentage increase in the value of the Aboriginal Financial Institutions network’s gross loan portfolio Narratative Description . . 1% increase from 2015–2016 . Not available Result not available Mar-2017 The gross loan portfolio is based on data received from Aboriginal Financial Institutions and reported in the fall of the following fiscal year. As a result, there is a one-year lag on reporting results.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Indigenous Entrepreneurship Business Capital and Support Services The network of Aboriginal Financial Institutions is sustained Percentage of AFI-supported Indigenous businesses actively repaying developmental loans Percentage 80 . 94.7 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Indigenous Entrepreneurship Business Opportunities Indigenous businesses win procurement contracts Percentage increase of federal procurement contracts value set aside for Indigenous business Narratative Description . . 5% increase from 2012 result of $108 million . Not available Result not available Mar-2017 The data are collected by Public Services and Procurement Canada on an annual (calendar year) basis, with a two-year lag in publication – for example, results for 2017 will be available in 2019. Data for 2015 will be available by March 2018.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Infrastructure and Capacity Climate Resilience First Nation communities have access to information, expertise and tools to support adaptation action Number of risk and adaptation assessments completed each year in First Nation communities Number 6 8 6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Infrastructure and Capacity Climate Resilience First Nation communities identify adaptation measures to address risks and opportunities arising from climate change Percentage of completed risk and adaptation assessments that identify adaptation measures Percentage 50 . . Result not available Mar-2019 Not reported, first year of the program
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Infrastructure and Capacity Education Facilities First Nation education facilities meet established standards Percentage of First Nation schools with a greater than “fair” condition rating Percentage 70 . 62 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019 Information available suggests that department is likely to achieve its target by the target date.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Infrastructure and Capacity Emergency Management Assistance First Nations are supported in their efforts to mitigate and prepare for emergencies Percentage of non-structural mitigation (i.e., flood mapping and risk assessment) and preparedness funding allocated towards on-reserve emergency resiliency and capacity building Percentage 100 . 80 Attention Required Mar-2017 Of the $19.1 million, $15.4 million was spent on emergency resilience and capacity building activities. The remaining $3.7 million was reallocated to support structural mitigation projects that also enhance community resilience.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Infrastructure and Capacity Emergency Management Assistance First Nations are supported in their response to and recovery from emergencies Transfer of funds equivalent to eligible costs identified (eligible costs can include but not limited to the evacuation of on-reserve First Nation communities, direct emergency response activities, and other cleaning and rebuilding expenses) Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Infrastructure and Capacity Housing First Nations housing infrastructure needs are supported Percentage of First Nation housing that is adequate as assessed and reported annually by First Nations Percentage 75 . 73 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Infrastructure and Capacity Other Community Infrastructure and Activities First Nations other infrastructure meet established standards Percentage of bridges with greater than “fair” condition rating Percentage 60 . 54 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019 Information available suggests that department is likely to achieve its target by the target date.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Infrastructure and Capacity Other Community Infrastructure and Activities First Nations other infrastructure meet established standards Percentage of roads with greater than “fair” condition rating Percentage 47 . 44 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Infrastructure and Capacity Water and Wastewater First Nations drinking water and wastewater systems meet established standards Percentage of on-reserve INAC-funded First Nation drinking water systems that have low risk ratings Percentage 54 . 56 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Infrastructure and Capacity Water and Wastewater First Nations drinking water and wastewater systems meet established standards Percentage of on-reserve INAC-funded First Nation wastewater systems that have low risk ratings Percentage 65 . 43 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2019 Information available suggests that department is likely to achieve its target by the target date.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Strategic Partnerships Regional economic opportunities and large resource development projects impacting Indigenous communities are pursued in partnership with public and private sectors Value of federal and non-federal investments leveraged under the community readiness phase of the Strategic Partnership Initiative Narratative Description . . 1:1.5 leveraging over three years
(For every $1 Strategic Partnership
Initiative investment an additional
$1.50 is leveraged from other
sources including private and other
public sectors)
. 2016–2017: 1:?2.3 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Urban Indigenous Participation Urban Indigenous participation in the economy is enhanced through collaborative planning, knowledge management and research Number of Indigenous individuals participating in community capacity support programs and services Narratative Description . . Increasing year over year . Not available Result not available Ongoing Data for this indicator was not available for the reporting period; INAC has replaced this indicator for the 2017–2018 reporting period.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The Land and Economy - Full participation of First Nations, Métis, Non Status Indians and Inuit individuals and communities in the economy. Urban Indigenous Participation Urban Indigenous participation in the economy is enhanced through collaborative planning, knowledge management and research Percentage of funding allocated to the National Association of Friendship Centres that is invested in priorities identified in regional strategic plans Percentage 100 . . Result not available Mar-2017 Data for this indicator was not available for the reporting period; INAC has replaced this indicator for the 2017–2018 reporting period.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The North - Self-reliance, prosperity and well-being for the people and communities of the North. Northern Governance and People Climate Change Adaptation and Clean Energy Renewable energy and energy efficiency projects are planned, constructed, and operational Percentage of projects funded at each stage (i.e. planning, construction, operation) Narratative Description . . This indicator has 2 different targets  :                                                                       Planning stage — 60%
Construction stage — 40%
. For 2016-17
Planning stage: 62% (15 projects)
Construction stage: 38% (9 projects)
Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The North - Self-reliance, prosperity and well-being for the people and communities of the North. Northern Governance and People Climate Change Adaptation and Clean Energy Territorial governments and northern Indigenous communities identify adaptation measures to address risks and opportunities arising from climate change Percentage of completed risk assessments and adaptation plans that identify adaptation measures Percentage 50 . . Result not available Mar-2019 The first year of the program was used to engage with Indigenous and northern communities and design the program, and as such no projects were funded.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The North - Self-reliance, prosperity and well-being for the people and communities of the North. Northern Governance and People Nutrition North Residents in eligible communities have access to nutritious perishable food at a subsidized rate Annual percentage variation in the quantity of subsidized items shipped by air Percentage 3 5 5.3 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual results are higher than the maximal target
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The North - Self-reliance, prosperity and well-being for the people and communities of the North. Northern Governance and People Nutrition North Residents in eligible communities have access to nutritious perishable food at a subsidized rate Percentage implementation of the new requirement for major northern retailers to show subsidy saving at the till receipt Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The North - Self-reliance, prosperity and well-being for the people and communities of the North. Northern Governance and People Nutrition North Residents in eligible communities have access to nutritious perishable food at a subsidized rate Percentage of compliance/audit reports demonstrating that subsidies have been fully passed on to consumers Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The North - Self-reliance, prosperity and well-being for the people and communities of the North. Northern Governance and People Political Development and Intergovernmental Relations Canadian interests are advanced through international circumpolar cooperation activities Percentage of projects actioned under the Arctic Council and supported by INAC that reflect collaborative engagement from federal and territorial governments, and Canadian Indigenous stakeholders Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The North - Self-reliance, prosperity and well-being for the people and communities of the North. Northern Governance and People Political Development and Intergovernmental Relations Devolution of land and resource management to the Government of Nunavut Completion of devolution phases in Nunavut against the five-phase devolution process (five-phase process: protocol, agreement in principle, final agreement, legislation and implementation) Narratative Description . . Complete Phase?2 . Not available Target no longer applicable Mar-2017 Change of approach, Nunavut Devolution Agreement-In-Principle to be completed by March 31, 2019
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The North - Self-reliance, prosperity and well-being for the people and communities of the North. Northern Land, Resources and Environmental Management Contaminated Sites Contaminated sites are managed to ensure the protection of human health and the safety of the environment while bringing economic benefit to the North Percentage of high priority sites in Step 8 (implementation) through Step 10 (monitoring) of the Approach to Federal Contaminated Sites Percentage 45 . 48 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The North - Self-reliance, prosperity and well-being for the people and communities of the North. Northern Land, Resources and Environmental Management Contaminated Sites Contaminated sites are managed to ensure the protection of human health and the safety of the environment while bringing economic benefit to the North Percentage of people employed within Contaminated Sites projects that are Northerners and/or Indigenous people Percentage 60 . 58 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual results are lower than the minimal target
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The North - Self-reliance, prosperity and well-being for the people and communities of the North. Northern Land, Resources and Environmental Management Land and Water Management Land and Water regimes in Nunavut and in lands managed by the department in NWT and the Yukon are managed for the benefit of Northerners and all Canadians Percentage of land and water authorizations (risk based approach), under the responsibility of the Department, inspected Narratative Description . . NWT = 15%
Nunavut = 25%
. NWT  = 48%
Nunavut = 27.5%
Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The North - Self-reliance, prosperity and well-being for the people and communities of the North. Northern Land, Resources and Environmental Management Land and Water Management Land and Water regimes in Nunavut and in lands managed by the department in NWT and the Yukon are managed for the benefit of Northerners and all Canadians Percentage of land use planning initiatives submitted for Ministerial decision responded to as per Northwest Territories and Nunavut legislation Percentage 100 . . Result not available Mar-2017 No initiatives were submitted
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The North - Self-reliance, prosperity and well-being for the people and communities of the North. Northern Land, Resources and Environmental Management Land and Water Management Land and Water regimes in Nunavut and in lands managed by the department in NWT and the Yukon are managed for the benefit of Northerners and all Canadians Percentage of requests for land authorizations, and water licences submitted for Ministerial decision, responded to within legislated time limit Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The North - Self-reliance, prosperity and well-being for the people and communities of the North. Northern Land, Resources and Environmental Management Petroleum and Minerals Petroleum and mineral resources on federal lands in NWT, Nunavut and northern offshore regions are managed for the benefit of Northerners and all Canadians Percentage of Canadian Frontier Lands under license managed by INAC Percentage 30 . 24 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual results are lower than the minimal target
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The North - Self-reliance, prosperity and well-being for the people and communities of the North. Northern Land, Resources and Environmental Management Petroleum and Minerals Petroleum and mineral resources on federal lands in NWT, Nunavut and northern offshore regions are managed for the benefit of Northerners and all Canadians Percentage of total Canadian mineral exploration and deposit appraisal expenditures made in Nunavut Percentage 7 . 8 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The North - Self-reliance, prosperity and well-being for the people and communities of the North. Northern Science and Technology Northern Contaminants Contaminants-related research results are widely available for domestic and international policy use Percentage of current Northern Contaminants Program research, results and information that is accessible nationally and internationally Percentage 100 . 95 Attention Required Mar-2017 Actual results are lower than the minimal target
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The North - Self-reliance, prosperity and well-being for the people and communities of the North. Northern Science and Technology Northern Contaminants Contaminants-related risk to ecosystem and human health is reduced Percentage decrease in concentrations of previously identified contaminants in human and wildlife populations in the North Narratative Description . . a) 5 to 10% decrease in three indicator persistent organic pollutants concentrations over 1990 levels by March 31, 2017

b) 1 to 3% decrease in Mercury concentrations over 2013 levels by March 31, 2020
. a) 80% decrease in concentrations in Arctic biota

b) Not available
Result not available Mar-2020 Because this indicator has two targets and results are not available for the second target, the actual results for this indicator are not available
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The North - Self-reliance, prosperity and well-being for the people and communities of the North. Northern Science and Technology Northern Contaminants Northerners participate in contaminants research Percentage of Northern Contaminants Program-funded projects in which Northerners are identified as project leaders and/or team members Percentage 100 . 113 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The North - Self-reliance, prosperity and well-being for the people and communities of the North. Northern Science and Technology Science Initiatives Researchers have access to world-class Arctic infrastructure in the Canadian North Infrastructure is available for Polar Knowledge Canada and associated researchers Narratative Description . . Access to Canadian High Arctic Research Station infrastructure (interim office, triplex units, field and maintenance building, main research building) . Completion expected August 2017 Attention Required Jul-2017 Infrastructure status is as follows: there is access to the two triplex units and interim office as of October 2016, while the field and maintenance building construction was completed by March 2017. Enclosure of the Main Research Building has been completed, and interior work is underway, with substantial completion expected in August 2017.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The People - Individual, family and community well-being for First Nations and Inuit. Education Elementary and Secondary Education First Nation students progress in their elementary and secondary education The percentage of tested students on reserve who meet or exceed standard assessment for literacy and numeracy in the province of reference (at the testing interval adopted by that province, referenced by gender and province) Narratative Description . . Incremental increase year after year . Literacy: 2015-16
AT: Male - 51%; Female- 57%
QC: Male - 79%; Female - 87%
ON: Male - 46%; Female - 49%
MB: Male - 20%; Female - 31%
SK: Not available
AB: Male - 30%; Female - 33%
BC: Not available
Numeracy: 2015-2016
Atlantic: Male: - 52%; Female - 50%
Quebec: Male - 37%; Female - 43%
Ontario: Male - 34%; Female - 36%
Manitoba: Male - 33%; Female - 29%
Saskatchewan - Not Available
Alberta: Male - 30%’ Female - 31%
British Columbia - Not available
Attention Required Ongoing Many funding recipients in the Atlantic shifted their assessment approach by testing different grades and therefore using different tests. This makes it difficult to compare 2014–15 to 2015–16.

Five funding recipients included in the 2014–2015 calculations for Ontario did not have data available for 2015–2016 at the time of the preparation of the report; four additional funding recipients were included for 2015–2016.

There was a marked decrease in the participation rates in Manitoba — 949 students were tested in 2015–16  compared to 6,336 students in 2014–15. As the data are aggregated, no analysis can be made as to whether the absence of specific student groups has caused a decrease in actual results.
Testing of this nature is no longer performed in Saskatchewan.
Some funding recipients in Alberta no longer test grade three students and others have added grade nine to 12 students. There is one extra recipient included in 2014–2015 calculations in comparison to 2015–2016.i Published data are not available for British Columbia for 2015–2016. For 2014–2015, literacy and numeracy results for all genders were merged. For 2013–2014, results were not broken down by gender, and literacy results were reported by reading and writing.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The People - Individual, family and community well-being for First Nations and Inuit. Education Post-Secondary Education First Nation and Inuit post-secondary students who receive funding through the Post-Secondary Student Support Program progress in their program of study Percentage of First Nation and Inuit students, funded through PSSSP, who continue in the program beyond the first year of their program of study Narratative Description . . Incremental increase year after year . Not available Result not available Ongoing Due to data collection timelines, this information is expected to be available in 2018.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The People - Individual, family and community well-being for First Nations and Inuit. Education Post-Secondary Education First Nation and Inuit post-secondary students who receive funding through the Post-Secondary Student Support Program progress in their program of study Percentage of Post-Secondary Student Support Program (PSSSP) funded students who completed their academic year and were funded the next academic year Narratative Description . . Incremental increase year after year . Not available Result not available Ongoing Due to data collection timelines, this information is expected to be available in 2018.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The People - Individual, family and community well-being for First Nations and Inuit. First Nations Individual Affairs Estates Canada fulfils its Indian Act obligations, in section 43 (a), to appoint executors and administrators of wills and estates within established service standards Percentage of estate files opened for which executors and administrators are appointed within 120 calendar days Percentage 90 . 94 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The People - Individual, family and community well-being for First Nations and Inuit. First Nations Individual Affairs Registration and Membership Applicants receive a decision on entitlement under the Indian Act within established service standards Percentage of registration applications for which a decision is rendered within service standards. (Current service standards being reviewed in 2015–2016) Percentage 80 . 84 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The People - Individual, family and community well-being for First Nations and Inuit. First Nations Individual Affairs Registration and Membership Eligible applicants receive Secure Certificate of Indian Status within service standards Percentage of eligible applicants issued a Secure Certificate of Indian Status within service standard. Current standard: 16 weeks from date that a completed application is received by the Department Percentage 90 . 78 Attention Required Mar-2017 INAC also continued to make investments in information technology, such as the development of the Indian Registration and Estates Management System, and in training for staff, in order to support modernized service delivery and increase the Department’s ability to reduce the inventory of registration applications within a reasonable time frame.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The People - Individual, family and community well-being for First Nations and Inuit. Residential Schools Resolution Independent Assessment Process Canada’s obligations for the Independent Assessment Process, as per the terms of the Settlement Agreement, are fulfilled Percentage of payments processed within service standards (20 calendar days after appeal period, 85% of the time) Percentage 85 . 89 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The People - Individual, family and community well-being for First Nations and Inuit. Social Development Assisted Living In-home, group-home and institutional care supports are accessible to low-income individuals in need Percentage of clients whose assessed social support needs are met Percentage 100 . 98 Attention Required Mar-2017 The actual results are lower than the minimal target
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The People - Individual, family and community well-being for First Nations and Inuit. Social Development Family Violence Prevention Men, women or children in need or at risk have access to and use prevention and protection services Number of women and children accessing INAC-funded shelters Number . . . Result not available Other Due to data collection timelines for external partners, results are anticipated to be available in Fall 2017.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The People - Individual, family and community well-being for First Nations and Inuit. Social Development Family Violence Prevention Men, women or children in need or at risk have access to and use prevention and protection services Percentage of projects directed to community priorities/needs Percentage 95 . . Result not available Mar-2017 Due to data collection timelines for external partners, results are anticipated to be available in Fall 2017.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The People - Individual, family and community well-being for First Nations and Inuit. Social Development First Nations Child and Family Services First Nation children in need or at risk have access to and use protection and prevention supports and services Percentage of children in care who are placed with a family member (kinship care) Narratative Description . . Increasing year over year . Not available Result not available Mar-2017 Due to the reporting timelines for external partners, this information will be available in March 2018.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The People - Individual, family and community well-being for First Nations and Inuit. Social Development First Nations Child and Family Services First Nation children in need or at risk have access to and use protection and prevention supports and services Percentage of children not re-entering the child welfare system following a prior placement within the fiscal year (recurrence) Narratative Description . . Increasing year over year . Not available Result not available Mar-2017 Due to the reporting timelines for external partners, this information will be available in March 2018.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The People - Individual, family and community well-being for First Nations and Inuit. Social Development Income Assistance Eligible men and women in need use income assistance supports and services to help them meet their basic needs and transition to the workforce Income Assistance Dependency Rate Narratative Description . . Aligned to off-reserve dependency rate . Not available Result not available Mar-2017 This information will be available in September 2017.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The People - Individual, family and community well-being for First Nations and Inuit. Social Development Income Assistance Eligible men and women in need use income assistance supports and services to help them meet their basic needs and transition to the workforce Percentage of Income Assistance clients and dependants, aged 16–64, who exit to employment or education Narratative Description . . Increasing year over year . Not available Result not available Mar-2017 This information will be available in September 2017.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The People - Individual, family and community well-being for First Nations and Inuit. Social Development Income Assistance Eligible men and women in need use income assistance supports and services to help them meet their basic needs and transition to the workforce Percentage of Income Assistance clients and dependants, aged 16–64, who participate in Active Measures Narratative Description . . Increasing year over year . Not available Result not available Mar-2017 This information will be available in September 2017.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development The People - Individual, family and community well-being for First Nations and Inuit. Social Development National Child Benefit In eligible regions, children in low income families have access to National Child Benefit/National Child Benefit Reinvestment benefits and supports Percentage of communities in which National Child Benefit Reinvestment projects are provided Percentage 100 . . Target no longer applicable Mar-2017 As announced in Budget 2016, the National Child Benefit has been replaced with the new Canada Child Benefit. The Department of Finance is reporting on results of the program.
Department of Industry Advancements in science and technology, knowledge, and innovation strengthen the Canadian economy. Industrial Research and Development Financing Aerospace and Defence Innovation Collaboration between private sector and universities, colleges and affiliated research institutes Number of projects to date for which the recipient has established a collaborative relationship with universities, colleges and affiliated research institutes Narratative Description . . 35 . SADI: 37, TDP: 2 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry Advancements in science and technology, knowledge, and innovation strengthen the Canadian economy. Industrial Research and Development Financing Aerospace and Defence Innovation Investment in leading-edge R&D in the Canadian aerospace and defence sector Dollars to date of investment leveraged per dollar of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada disbursements in aerospace and defence R&D projects Narratative Description . . SADI: $1.74, TDP: $1.00, TPC: $2.33 . SADI: $1.79, TDP: $1.00, TPC: $2.33 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry Advancements in science and technology, knowledge, and innovation strengthen the Canadian economy. Industrial Research and Development Financing Aerospace and Defence Innovation New and innovative products, services and processes are commercialized by Canadian businesses Number of projects to date in which the recipient has commercialized a new product, service or process as a result of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada financing Narratative Description . . 206 . TPC: 183, SADI: 26 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry Advancements in science and technology, knowledge, and innovation strengthen the Canadian economy. Industrial Research and Development Financing Automotive Innovation Collaboration between the private sector and universities, colleges and affiliated research institutes Number of instances to date where the recipients have established a collaborative relationship with other private sector companies, universities, colleges, and/or affiliated research institutes Narratative Description . . 45 . AIF: 35, ASIP: 49 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry Advancements in science and technology, knowledge, and innovation strengthen the Canadian economy. Industrial Research and Development Financing Automotive Innovation Enhanced capacity for the development of innovative technologies in the Canadian automotive industry Number of projects to date focusing on innovative technologies and processes Narratative Description . . 20 . AIF: 10, ASIP: 21 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry Advancements in science and technology, knowledge, and innovation strengthen the Canadian economy. Industrial Research and Development Financing Automotive Innovation Investment in leading-edge R&D in the Canadian automotive sector Dollars to date of investment leveraged per dollar of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada disbursements in automotive R&D projects Narratative Description . . AIF: $7.25, ASIP: $1.00 . AIF: $7.21, ASIP: $1.07 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry Advancements in science and technology, knowledge, and innovation strengthen the Canadian economy. Science, Technology and Innovation Capacity Science and Technology Partnerships Federal programs are in place to support highly qualified researchers Number of researchers including students supported by granting councils’ science and technology “people advantage” programs for which Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada sits on governance bodies or manages a contribution agreement Number 3260 . 2316 Attention Required Mar-2017 The variance is due to the wind down of the Industrial Research and Development Internship program.
Department of Industry Advancements in science and technology, knowledge, and innovation strengthen the Canadian economy. Science, Technology and Innovation Capacity Science and Technology Partnerships Science and technology partnerships exist between industry and academia Dollars of cash and in-kind industrial and other contributions leveraged per dollar investment from granting councils’ science and technology industry partnership programs for which Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada sits on governance bodies Dollar 2.5 . 2.58 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry Advancements in science and technology, knowledge, and innovation strengthen the Canadian economy. Science, Technology and Innovation Capacity Science and Technology Partnerships Science and technology partnerships exist between industry and academia Number of companies involved in granting councils’ science and technology industry partnership programs for which Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada sits on governance bodies Number 300 . 842 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry Advancements in science and technology, knowledge, and innovation strengthen the Canadian economy. Science, Technology and Innovation Capacity Science and Technology Policy and Analysis A broader understanding of science underpins science and technology policy Number of Council of Canadian Academies (CCA), Science, Technology and Innovation Council (STIC) and Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) reports underway with Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada involvement that provide a basis for science and technology policy Number 8 . 14 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry Advancements in science and technology, knowledge, and innovation strengthen the Canadian economy. Science, Technology and Innovation Capacity Science and Technology Policy and Analysis Engagement with key stakeholders in the development and implementation of the Government of Canada’s science, technology, and innovation priorities Number of ongoing consultations with the federal science and technology community, provincial governments, and national stakeholder organizations in the development and implementation of the Government of Canada’s science, technology, and innovation priorities Number 15 . 18 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry Canadian businesses and communities are competitive. Community Economic Development Computer and Internet Access Broadband internet access to unserved and underserved households Number of additional households in Canada with broadband access at 5 Mbps from services funded by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada Number 280000 . . Result not available Mar-2019 The Connecting Canadians household target of 280,000 is to be attained by March 31, 2019. The actual number of households gaining extended and enhanced broadband access will be tabulated as final implementation reports are received for each project. The final result is expected to reach approximately 300,000 households but will not be known until all projects are completed in 2019.
Department of Industry Canadian businesses and communities are competitive. Community Economic Development Computer and Internet Access Schools, libraries, not for profit organizations and Indigenous communities receive refurbished computers Number of refurbished computer units delivered annually Number 80000 . 74896 Attention Required Mar-2017 In 2016–17, the program met over 90% of its target. The target was not fully met because some recipients faced unforeseeable circumstances that required them to relocate their workshops, which delayed production of refurbished computers.
Department of Industry Canadian businesses and communities are competitive. Community Economic Development Computer and Internet Access Youth interns gain work experience in the information and communication technologies field Number of youth interns hired Number 164 . 270 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry Canadian businesses and communities are competitive. Community Economic Development Northern Ontario Economic Development Targeted Northern Ontario businesses and organizations attract investors Dollars of investment leveraged per program dollar disbursed Dollar 1.8 . 1.7 Attention Required Mar-2017 The indicator combines the leverage targets for the Northern Ontario Development Program, the Community Futures Program (CFP), the Economic Development Initiative and the Canada 150 - Community Infrastructure Program. The leverage effect of the CFP was lower than the target due to: fewer enquiries for business services; SMEs requesting smaller loans; fewer Community Futures Development Corporations (CFDC) loans; and the influence of slower-than-predicted economic activity in local economies.
Department of Industry Canadian businesses and communities are competitive. Community Economic Development Northern Ontario Economic Development Targeted Northern Ontario businesses and organizations create and maintain jobs Number of jobs created and maintained in Northern Ontario through FedNor programming investments Number 3100 . 2724 Attention Required Mar-2017 The lower job numbers in 2016–17 can be attributed to the fact that, at the time of reporting, 11 final project results reports had not been received.
Department of Industry Canadian businesses and communities are competitive. Industrial Competitiveness and Capacity Economic Outcomes from Procurement Commitments under the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy contribute to the health and sustainability of the Canadian shipbuilding and marine industry Total dollar value of National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy (NSPS) Value Proposition investments (i.e. investments made by shipyards in the broader marine industry as a result of NSPS resultant contracts) Dollar 6400000 . 6200000 Attention Required Mar-2017 The variance between the the target and actual result is the due to contracting delays on the Canadian Surface Combatant Program. Both National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSS) shipyards are meeting their current NSS Value Proposition obligations with $17.2 million invested to date. These investments are expected to increase significantly with the progress of the NSS combat and non-combat programs.
Department of Industry Canadian businesses and communities are competitive. Industrial Competitiveness and Capacity Economic Outcomes from Procurement Industrial and Technological Benefits (ITB) obligations will generate business activities that contribute positively to Canada’s overall economic performance, including direct, indirect, induced, and spin-off benefits for Canadian industry The dollar value of ITB business activities in Canada, undertaken and claimed by contractors with ITB obligations Dollar 2000000000 . 2800000000 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry Canadian businesses and communities are competitive. Industrial Competitiveness and Capacity Economic Outcomes from Procurement Industrial considerations that will contribute to Canada’s overall economic performance are incorporated into the evaluation of defence and major Coast Guard procurements Number of defence and major Coast Guard procurements that include a Value Proposition Number 12 . 8 Attention Required Mar-2017 The target is based on the number of projects that are in the pre-contract stages of the procurement process and which are expected to reach contract award each year. Any delay in the contract award timelines has a direct impact on the number of contracted procurements that include a Value Proposition.
Department of Industry Canadian businesses and communities are competitive. Industrial Competitiveness and Capacity Industry-Specific Policy and Analysis Decision makers have access to informed analysis on trends and issues affecting the competitiveness of Canadian industries Number of collaborative research or policy initiatives started or maintained Number 32 . 44 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry Canadian businesses and communities are competitive. Small Business Research, Financing and Services Service for Business Cooperatives have access to relevant business related information, statistics, programs and services, and actions to increase awareness Number of policy and data initiatives started or maintained Number 25 . 42 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry Canadian businesses and communities are competitive. Small Business Research, Financing and Services Service for Business Small business and potential entrepreneurs access government information on business-related programs, tools, and services Number of client interactions on all Canada Business Network content delivered through the national web channel Number 2800000 . 3400000 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry Canadian businesses and communities are competitive. Small Business Research, Financing and Services Service for Business The BizPaL Service becomes available to more Canadians through expansion Number of participating municipalities Number 790 . 915 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry Canadian businesses and communities are competitive. Small Business Research, Financing and Services Small Business Financing and Growth Small and medium-sized enterprises that would not otherwise be able to access financing can do so with government support Number of loans registered with the program Number 5300 . 5189 Attention Required Mar-2017 In 2016–17, the Canada Small Business Financing Program (CSBFP) met its target within 98% and was short by 111 loans. The CSBFP is market-driven and variations in its use reflect levels of supply by lenders and demand from small businesses.
Department of Industry Canadian businesses and communities are competitive. Small Business Research, Financing and Services Small Business Financing and Growth Small and medium-sized enterprises that would not otherwise be able to access financing can do so with government support Value of loans registered with the program Dollar 880000000 . 971000000 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry Canadian businesses and communities are competitive. Small Business Research, Financing and Services Small Business Financing and Growth Young entrepreneurs are able to obtain advice from experienced individuals Number of mentorships established Number 1075 . 1068 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Marketplace Competition and Investments Competition Law Enforcement Consumers benefit from information enabling them to make informed choices Competition Bureau information products accessed Narratative Description . . Webpages visited: 650,000; Files downloaded: 35,000; Video views: 21,500; Twitter engagement: 800 . Webpages visited: 696,517; Files downloaded: 27,916; Video views: 44,736; Twitter engagement: 4,861 Attention Required Mar-2017 The file downloads target was not met, as users are moving away from downloading and printing content. However, the number of web visits are going up, which demonstrates that the Bureau’s content is increasingly consulted.
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Marketplace Competition and Investments Competition Law Enforcement Deterrence of conduct contrary to the Competition Act Anticipated total consumer savings for the duration of the remedy from Bureau deterrence related actions Dollar 4360000000 . 190400000 Attention Required Mar-2017 The variance between the target and the result is due to the difficulty in anticipating whether and when criminal investigations will conclude and become public.
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Marketplace Competition and Investments Competition Law Enforcement Deterrence of conduct contrary to the Competition Act Dollar value estimate of annual consumer savings from Bureau deterrence related actions Dollar 1130000000 . 190400000 Attention Required Mar-2017 The variance between the target and the result is due to the difficulty in anticipating whether and when criminal investigations will conclude and become public.
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Marketplace Competition and Investments Investment Review Timely processing of foreign investment notifications and applications for review filed by foreign investors under the Investment Canada Act Median time required to certify notifications Narratative Description . . 5 days . 7 days Attention Required Mar-2017 Certification delays can occur when there is a high volume of incoming notifications or when they are deficient, triggering follow-up requests to the investors for required information. Notifications can only be certified once all required information has been provided.
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Marketplace Competition and Investments Investment Review Timely processing of foreign investment notifications and applications for review filed by foreign investors under the Investment Canada Act Median time required to process applications Narratative Description . . 70 days . 74 days Attention Required Mar-2017 Four cases experienced atypically long review periods, pushing the average review time over the target. The cases experienced delays for a variety of reasons, including complexity of the transactions, requirements for other regulatory approvals, and lengthy consultations with various stakeholders on unique or sensitive issues. In these cases, the investors consented to the extended review period.
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Marketplace Frameworks and Regulation Consumer Affairs Citizens are aware of consumer issues in the Canadian marketplace Number of visitors accessing consumer information from Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada Number 1200000 . 1390940 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Marketplace Frameworks and Regulation Consumer Affairs Decision makers have access to informed analysis on issues affecting Canadian consumers Number of collaborative research or policy initiatives started or maintained Number 3 . 3 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Marketplace Frameworks and Regulation Consumer Affairs Decision makers have access to informed analysis on issues affecting Canadian consumers Number of times Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada-supported analysis conducted by consumer organizations contributes to public policy discussions or media coverage Number 12 . 15 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Marketplace Frameworks and Regulation Federal Incorporation Businesses have timely access to incorporations and information services Percentage of published Corporations Canada service standards that are met or exceeded Percentage 90 . 92 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Marketplace Frameworks and Regulation Federal Incorporation Federally incorporated companies are compliant with corporate laws and regulations Percentage of federally incorporated corporations that comply with statutory annual filing requirements Percentage 80 . 85 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Marketplace Frameworks and Regulation Federal Incorporation Services are delivered to businesses electronically Percentage of transactions that are completed online Percentage 90 . 97 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Marketplace Frameworks and Regulation Insolvency Estates and matters are administered in accordance with insolvency legislation Percentage of enquiries and complaints responded to within service standards Percentage 90 . 93 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Marketplace Frameworks and Regulation Insolvency Estates and matters are administered in accordance with insolvency legislation Percentage of trustees with a satisfactory level of compliance Percentage 90 . 97 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Marketplace Frameworks and Regulation Intellectual Property Timely administration of intellectual property rights Average number of months taken from the submission date to the registration / grant of intellectual property rights Narratative Description . . Design: 10.6 months, Patent: 45.4 months, Trademark: 27.3 months . Design: 9.8 months, Patent: 36.7 months, Trademark: 26.5 months Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Marketplace Frameworks and Regulation Market Access Decision makers have access to informed analysis on domestic and international trade matters affecting the competitiveness of Canadian industries Number of collaborative research or policy initiatives started or maintained Number 3 . 3 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Marketplace Frameworks and Regulation Trade Measurement Accurate trade measurement in Canada Percentage of Measurement Canada product and surveillance audits which confirm authorized service providers’ competencies to retain authorities to conduct inspections Percentage 94 . 94 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Marketplace Frameworks and Regulation Trade Measurement Accurate trade measurement in Canada Percentage of devices in compliance with new mandatory inspection frequencies for gas pumps, scales and other measuring devices Percentage 80 . 89 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Spectrum, Telecommunications, and the Digital Economy Communications Technologies Research and Innovation CRC intellectual property and technology are shared between Communications Research Centre Canada and industry/academia Number of research, development and/or testing projects with industry and/or academia Number 5 . 8 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Spectrum, Telecommunications, and the Digital Economy Communications Technologies Research and Innovation Canadian government departments and agencies (e.g. Department of National Defence, Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, Canadian Space Agency) are provided with the information they need to make well-informed decisions to meet thei Number of research, development and/or testing projects on communications technologies for other government departments in support of their communication needs Number 5 . 9 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Spectrum, Telecommunications, and the Digital Economy Communications Technologies Research and Innovation Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada policy-making and program development sectors are provided with the scientific information they need to make well-informed decisions on communications technologies Number of research, development and/or testing projects on communications technologies for which the Communications Research Centre Canada has provided advice/input to Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Canada for policy, standard and regulation development, and for contributions to international fora (i.e., Internatial Telecommunication Union) Number 10 . 11 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Spectrum, Telecommunications, and the Digital Economy Spectrum Management and Regulation Canada has a modern spectrum management and telecommunications framework Amount of spectrum available for commercial use Narratative Description . . 750 MHz . 648 MHz Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Dec-2018
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Spectrum, Telecommunications, and the Digital Economy Spectrum Management and Regulation Canadians have timely access to radio frequency spectrum Percentage of licence applications completed within service standards Percentage 90 . 90.4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Spectrum, Telecommunications, and the Digital Economy Spectrum Management and Regulation Canadians have timely access to radio frequency spectrum Percentage of radiocommunication interference investigations completed within service standards Percentage 90 . 94.4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Spectrum, Telecommunications, and the Digital Economy Spectrum and Telecommunications Policy and Legislation Decision makers have access to informed analysis on legal and policy frameworks in the areas of spectrum, telecommunications, privacy protection and online security Number of consultations on the development and implementation of the Government of Canada’s spectrum and telecommunications priorities Number 3 . 15 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Industry The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive. Spectrum, Telecommunications, and the Digital Economy Spectrum and Telecommunications Policy and Legislation International treaties and agreements reflect Canada’s spectrum and telecommunications interests Percentage of Canadian objectives achieved at ITU meetings or through other international agreements Percentage 90 . 90 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Justice A Federal Government that is Supported by High-Quality Legal Services. Legal Services to Government Program Federal Departments and Agencies receive high quality legal services 1) Client satisfaction mean rating on the overall quality of legal advisory, litigation, legislative, and regulatory drafting services on a 10-point scale Number 8 . . Result not available Nov-2020 The Departmental Survey report will be completed in 2020.
Department of Justice A Federal Government that is Supported by High-Quality Legal Services. Legal Services to Government Program Federal Departments and Agencies receive high quality legal services 2) Client satisfaction mean rating on the Department of Justice Canada performance against service standards for the delivery of legal services on a 10-point scale Number 8 . . Result not available Nov-2020 The Departmental Survey report will be completed in 2020.
Department of Justice A Federal Government that is Supported by High-Quality Legal Services. Legal Services to Government Program The Crown’s interest is represented before courts and tribunals 1) Percentage of litigation files that have a successful outcome (settled and adjudicated) Percentage 70 . 80 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Apr-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Office of the Federal Ombudsman for Victims of Crime (OFOVC / BOFVAC) Federal departments, agencies and other stakeholders are provided with OFOVC recommendations on how to effect change for victims of crime Percentage of OFOVC recommendations submitted and acknowledged and/or acted upon Percentage 100 . . Result not available Mar-2017
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Office of the Federal Ombudsman for Victims of Crime (OFOVC / BOFVAC) Stakeholders have access to timely and relevant information about the OFOVC and its activities 1) Percentage of all pre-identified key stakeholders contacted annually Percentage 100 . . Result not available Mar-2017
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Office of the Federal Ombudsman for Victims of Crime (OFOVC / BOFVAC) Stakeholders have access to timely and relevant information about the OFOVC and its activities 2) Year-over-year percentage increase of visits to the OFOVC website Percentage 5 . . Result not available Mar-2017
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Office of the Federal Ombudsman for Victims of Crime (OFOVC / BOFVAC) Victims of crime access information on their rights and the federal programs and services that are available to them and/or access a complaint review process to address complaints about federal programs, services, laws or policies regarding victims of crime Year-over-year percentage increase of client contacts with OFOVC Percentage 2 . . Result not available Mar-2017
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Stewardship of the Canadian Legal Framework Justice System Support Aboriginal and Northern Justice A justice system that responds to the needs of Aboriginal people by providing culturally-relevant information and services 1) Percentage of individuals referred to an Aboriginal Justice Strategy program who have completed the program Percentage 90 . 85 Attention Required Mar-2017 The percentage of individuals referred to the Indigenous Justice Program who completed the program was lower than the target by 5%. This can be explained by the fact that: clients who are referred do not always choose to participate; and clients are not always able to successfully complete all aspects of their diversion process for reasons including, but not limited to, socio-economic challenges, addictions, and unrelated criminal charges.
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Stewardship of the Canadian Legal Framework Justice System Support Aboriginal and Northern Justice A justice system that responds to the needs of Aboriginal people by providing culturally-relevant information and services 2) Percentage of Aboriginal Courtwork Program clients indicating a level of satisfaction of "satisfied" or "very satisfied" with the information provided Percentage 80 . . Result not available Mar-2018 Data for this indicator will be available in February 2018 as results are reported every five years.
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Stewardship of the Canadian Legal Framework Justice System Support Aboriginal and Northern Justice Territorial residents have access to justice services (legal aid, public legal education and information, Aboriginal Courtwork Program) that respond to their needs and circumstances 1) Number of approved applications for legal aid in the territories Number 3000 . 3861 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Stewardship of the Canadian Legal Framework Justice System Support Criminal Justice and Legal Representation Eligible persons are represented in court so cases proceed Number of stays (cases temporarily suspended or stopped altogether) due to the lack of funded counsel for court-ordered counsel in federal prosecutions and in public security and anti-terrorism cases Number . 0 0 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result met the target.
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Stewardship of the Canadian Legal Framework Justice System Support Criminal Justice and Legal Representation Enhanced capacity of provinces and their legal aid plans to deliver criminal legal aid services to eligible economically disadvantaged persons 1) Number of approved applications for criminal legal aid in provinces Number 270000 . 264895 Attention Required Mar-2017 Decisions to provide legal aid are not made by the Legal Aid Program (LAP), but by the provinces who are the recipients of this funding.  The LAP can only estimate how the provinces will provide legal aid  services.
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Stewardship of the Canadian Legal Framework Justice System Support Criminal Justice and Legal Representation Enhanced capacity of provinces and their legal aid plans to deliver criminal legal aid services to eligible economically disadvantaged persons 2) Number of times duty counsel services are provided in criminal matters to individuals requiring legal assistance in provinces Number 1300000 . 1018824 Attention Required Mar-2017 Decisions to provide duty counsel are not made by the Legal Aid Program (LAP), but by the provinces who are the recipients of this funding.  The LAP can only estimate how the provinces will provide duty counsel services.
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Stewardship of the Canadian Legal Framework Justice System Support Family Justice A family justice system that supports access to family justice information, services and programs for Canadians experiencing separation and divorce Percentage of federal funds accessed by provinces and territories and non-governmental organizations Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result met the target.
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Stewardship of the Canadian Legal Framework Justice System Support Justice in Official Languages Canadians have access to a criminal justice system that responds to their needs in the official language of their choice 1) Percentage of provinces and territories where justice system stakeholders (prosecutors, court clerks, judges, etc.) have access to specialized language training to facilitate access to justice in the official language of choice Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result met the target.
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Stewardship of the Canadian Legal Framework Justice System Support Justice in Official Languages Canadians have access to legal information regarding their rights and responsibilities in the official language of their choice Percentage of provinces and territories for which official language minority communities have access to legal information through an information hub that provides Canadians with legal information through a telephone helpline, online or in person Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result met the target.
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Stewardship of the Canadian Legal Framework Justice System Support Justice in Official Languages Canadians in designated areas who have received a federal contravention have access to the justice system using the official language of their choice Number of complaints with respect to judicial and extra-judicial services in the official language of choice Number . 0 0 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result met the target.
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Stewardship of the Canadian Legal Framework Justice System Support Victims of Crime Victims of crime have a more effective voice in the criminal justice system 1) Percentage of federal victims funding accessed by provinces/territories, non-governmental organizations, and individuals to advance victim assistance and participation in the criminal justice system Percentage 100 . 76 Attention Required Mar-2017 Approval of amendments to the Terms and Conditions for the Victims Fund took longer than anticipated. To mitigate the lapse, Justice considered new projects and launched a call for proposals regarding sexual violence, yielding many applications, but most sought funding for 2017/18. As well, at the end of the fiscal year additional grants were provided to Child Advocacy Centres.
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Stewardship of the Canadian Legal Framework Justice System Support Victims of Crime Victims of crime have a more effective voice in the criminal justice system 2) Percentage of victims surveyed who received financial assistance who report having a more effective voice in the criminal justice system Percentage 90 . 97 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Stewardship of the Canadian Legal Framework Justice System Support Youth Justice A youth justice system that supports federal youth justice priorities 1) Percentage of youth court cases receiving a non-custodial (community-based) sentence Percentage 85 . . Result not available Mar-2017 Data to be available March 2019. Data is published by Statistics Canada two years after a given fiscal year.
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Stewardship of the Canadian Legal Framework Justice System Support Youth Justice A youth justice system that supports federal youth justice priorities 2) Percentage of identified, eligible Intensive Rehabilitative Custody and Supervision cases receiving specialized treatment Percentage 100 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result met the target.
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Stewardship of the Canadian Legal Framework Legal Policies and Laws Canadians have confidence in Canada’s criminal and family laws 1) Percentage of Canadians who rate their level of confidence in adult criminal law as 6.0 or greater on a 10 point scale Percentage 60 . 61 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Stewardship of the Canadian Legal Framework Legal Policies and Laws Canadians have confidence in Canada’s criminal and family laws 2) Percentage of Canadians who rate their level of confidence in youth criminal law as 6.0 or greater on a 10 point scale Percentage 60 . 45 Attention Required Mar-2017 Many factors influence the rate of public confidence including knowledge and understanding of the Criminal Justice System, attitudes toward the CJS generated by media coverage of sensational events and willingness to participate in the system. There is no increasing or decreasing trend observed in confidence of the youth CJS/criminal law; moderate to high confidence has ranged from 43-50% over the past decade, which reflects an improvement as rates were considerably lower prior to that period.
Department of Justice A fair, relevant and accessible Canadian justice system. Stewardship of the Canadian Legal Framework Legal Policies and Laws Canadians have confidence in Canada’s criminal and family laws 3) Total amount of federal monies garnisheed to help satisfy family support orders or agreements Dollar 165000000 . 1956000000 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Actual result exceeded minimum target.
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations Domestic and Continental Defence Operations Ongoing Continental Defence Operations in Cooperation with US Defence capabilities applied in cooperation with continental partners reduce the risks to Canada and uphold the interests of the Canadian government % of Operational Objectives, expressed as Commander’s Intent, achieved by the conduct of military operations aimed at protecting Canada and North America in accordance with agreements with the United States, and Central and South American nations where applicable. Percentage 90 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations Domestic and Continental Defence Operations Ongoing Continental Defence Operations in Cooperation with US Defence capabilities applied in cooperation with continental partners reduce the risks to Canada and uphold the interests of the Canadian government % of achieved Stated Operational Effects directed towards protecting Canada and North America. Percentage 90 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations Domestic and Continental Defence Operations Ongoing Defence Operations through NORAD NORAD Defence capabilities reduce the risk of threats to Canada’s security and sovereignty % of established NORAD positions that have been filled Percentage 90 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations Domestic and Continental Defence Operations Ongoing Defence Operations through NORAD NORAD Defence capabilities reduce the risk of threats to Canada’s security and sovereignty Assessment of Command and Control ability to lead, manage, monitor, plan, support and control assets and forces to ensure effective and efficient operations Number 1 3 3 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations Domestic and Continental Defence Operations Ongoing Defence Operations through NORAD NORAD Defence capabilities reduce the risk of threats to Canada’s security and sovereignty Success rate of CF-18 sorties for the purpose of monitoring, controlling and prosecuting all unwanted and unauthorized air activity in approaches to, and within, North America airspace Percentage 100 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations Domestic and Continental Defence Operations Ongoing Defence, Security and Sovereignty of Canada Operations Canada’s territory is secure and protected through presence, surveillance and localized responses % of Operational Objectives, expressed as Commander’s Intent, achieved by the conduct of military operations aimed at monitoring and conspicuous presence of military forces in Canadian territory. Percentage 90 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations Domestic and Continental Defence Operations Ongoing Defence, Security and Sovereignty of Canada Operations Canada’s territory is secure and protected through presence, surveillance and localized responses % of achieved Stated Operational Effects directed towards monitoring and conspicuous presence of military forces in Canadian territory. Percentage 90 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations Domestic and Continental Defence Operations Operations to Defend Canada Against Armed Threats The Canadian territory is secure and protected from crises and risks associated with direct affronts by armed threats % of Operational Objectives, expressed as Commander’s Intent, achieved by the conduct of military operations aimed at defending Canada against armed threats. Percentage 90 100 100 Result not available Mar-2017 No activities were undertaken in FY 2016-17
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations Domestic and Continental Defence Operations Operations to Defend Canada Against Armed Threats The Canadian territory is secure and protected from crises and risks associated with direct affronts by armed threats % of achieved Stated Operational Effects directed towards defending Canada against armed threats. Percentage 90 100 . Result not available Mar-2017 No activities were undertaken in FY 2016-17
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations International Combat Operations International Crisis and Surge Response Operations The application of Defence capabilities against armed threats outside of North America in crisis and surge operations advance the interests of the Canadian Government. % of Operational Objectives, expressed as Commander’s Intent, achieved by the conduct of military operations aimed at responding to immediate international crises with the potential for armed conflict. Percentage 90 100 . Result not available Mar-2017 No activities were undertaken in FY 2016-17
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations International Combat Operations International Crisis and Surge Response Operations The application of Defence capabilities against armed threats outside of North America in crisis and surge operations advance the interests of the Canadian Government. % of achieved Stated Operational Effects directed towards responding to immediate international crises with the potential for armed conflict. Percentage 90 100 . Result not available Mar-2017 No activities were undertaken in FY 2016-17
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations International Combat Operations International Operations over Extended Periods The application of Defence capabilities against armed threats outside of North America over extended periods advance the interests of the Canadian Government. % of Operational Objectives, expressed as Commander’s Intent, achieved by the conduct of international military operations over extended periods aimed at meeting expectations agreed upon by the Canadian Government and foreign partners. Percentage 90 100 97 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations International Combat Operations International Operations over Extended Periods The application of Defence capabilities against armed threats outside of North America over extended periods advance the interests of the Canadian Government. % of achieved Stated Operational Effects directed towards meeting expectations agreed upon by the Canadian Government and foreign partners. Percentage 90 100 97 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations International Combat Operations Ongoing Defence Operations through Standing NATO Commitments International cooperation and active participation in the NATO community improve global peace and security. % of ongoing services provided through NATO where Canadian contributions are on track to successfully achieve objectives. Percentage 90 100 92 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations Ongoing Centralized Operations and Operational Enablement Military Diplomacy and Global Engagement Defence maintains itself as a reliable partner with allies and like-minded countries in enhancing international peace and security. Average of the scoring of engagement activity in meeting stated regional strategic and defence objective and priorities. Narratative Description . . >4 . 3.25 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations Ongoing Centralized Operations and Operational Enablement Ongoing Defence Intelligence Operations Defence Intelligence clients, both civilian and military achieve information superiority % of intelligence products posted on classified systems within required timelines. Percentage 85 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations Ongoing Centralized Operations and Operational Enablement Ongoing Defence Intelligence Operations Defence Intelligence clients, both civilian and military achieve information superiority % of milestones for Defence Collection and Assessment Plans that are met. Percentage 70 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations Ongoing Centralized Operations and Operational Enablement Ongoing Defence Intelligence Operations Defence Intelligence clients, both civilian and military achieve information superiority Answer-rate of RFIs received from DND/CAF clients through formal/validated requests as well as informal requests in support of operational planning and/or decision-making. Percentage 95 95 89 Attention Required Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations Ongoing Centralized Operations and Operational Enablement Operational Support Services Defence operational support services are delivered to project and sustain military forces globally. % of the time Operational Readiness was declared as planned by deployed Commanders Percentage 90 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations Ongoing Centralized Operations and Operational Enablement Operational Support Services Defence operational support services are delivered to project and sustain military forces globally. % time that the sustainment footprint – comprising camps, logistics and administrative services, Health Services, personnel support services, communications services, contracts, multinational and host nation support arrangements are established in theatres of operation in accordance with operational timelines. Percentage 90 100 99 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Combat and Support Operations Ongoing Centralized Operations and Operational Enablement Overarching Command and Control of Domestic and International Operations Command and control capability sufficient to achieve the strategic goals, outcomes and objectives is maintained and executed as required to conduct Defence Combat & Support Operations and deliver Defence services. % score on the Command & Control of Domestic & International Operations Evaluation Index Percentage 90 100 95 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Services and Contributions to Government Defence Services for Canadian Safety and Security Assistance to Major Canadian Event Operations Defence supported civilian authorities and OGDs to ensure safety, security and defence of the nation and civilians during a major domestic event. % of Operational Objectives, expressed as Commander’s Intent, achieved by the conduct of military operations aimed at contributing to the Defence of Canada and the security of Canadian citizens through the provision of security and related support for major events. Percentage 90 100 . Result not available Mar-2017 No activities were undertaken in FY 2016-17
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Services and Contributions to Government Defence Services for Canadian Safety and Security Assistance to Major Canadian Event Operations Defence supported civilian authorities and OGDs to ensure safety, security and defence of the nation and civilians during a major domestic event. % of achieved Stated Operational Effects directed towards contributing to the Defence of Canada and the security of Canadian citizens through the provision of security and related support for major events. Percentage 90 100 . Result not available Mar-2017 No activities were undertaken in FY 2016-17
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Services and Contributions to Government Defence Services for Canadian Safety and Security Canadian Safety and Security Program Canadian Public Safety and Security Practitioners and their institutions are equipped to engage in critical - physical and cyber - infrastructure and border related decision-making processes. % score on the Exploitation of Advice and Knowledge Evaluation Index Percentage 80 100 89 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Services and Contributions to Government Defence Services for Canadian Safety and Security Canadian Safety and Security Program Emergency management, counter terrorism and law enforcement safety and security procedures, policies, strategies and action plans are evidence based and risk informed. % score on the Exploitation of Advice and Knowledge Evaluation Index Percentage 80 100 89 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Services and Contributions to Government Defence Services for Canadian Safety and Security Canadian Safety and Security Program Risk and capability based technology investments that are tested and operationalized support Canadian public safety and national security practitioners. % score on the Exploitation and Transition of Technology Evaluation Index Percentage 80 100 89 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Services and Contributions to Government Defence Services for Canadian Safety and Security Counter Terrorism, Terrorism Event Response and Consequence Management Operations Canada, Canadian interests and the safety and security of Canadians at home and abroad are protected from terrorist threats and activities. % of Counter Terrorism, Terrorism Event Response & Consequence Management operations that successfully met their objectives Percentage 90 100 . Result not available Mar-2017 Activities are Classified
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Services and Contributions to Government Defence Services for Canadian Safety and Security Defence Services to other Government Departments and Agencies Defence supported civilian authorities and OGDs to ensure safety, security and defence of the nation and civilians during intervention of illegal activities. % of Operational Objectives, expressed as Commander’s Intent, achieved by the conduct of military operations aimed at supporting the missions of other Government Departments and Agencies with a law enforcement mandate. Percentage 90 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Services and Contributions to Government Defence Services for Canadian Safety and Security Defence Services to other Government Departments and Agencies Defence supported civilian authorities and OGDs to ensure safety, security and defence of the nation and civilians during intervention of illegal activities. % of achieved Stated Operational Effects directed towards supporting the missions of other Government Departments and Agencies with a law enforcement mandate. Percentage 90 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Services and Contributions to Government Defence Services for Canadian Safety and Security Search and Rescue Operations Successful delivery of Search and Rescue (SAR) capabilities within Canadian federal area responsibility was achieved. % of coordinated maritime, aeronautical and joint response to SAR incidents that are deemed effective Percentage 90 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Services and Contributions to Government Defence Services for Canadian Safety and Security Search and Rescue Operations Successful delivery of Search and Rescue (SAR) capabilities within Canadian federal area responsibility was achieved. % of mandated SAR operations that are successfully executed Percentage 90 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Services and Contributions to Government Disaster Relief and Humanitarian Operations Domestic and Continental Assistance and Response Operations Defence supported organizations who are leading interventions to save lives or alleviate human suffering following a natural or man-made disaster in Canada or North America. % of Operational Objectives, expressed as Commander’s Intent, achieved by the conduct of military operations aimed at reducing suffering and improving the well-being of members of the civil society living in North America. Percentage 90 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Services and Contributions to Government Disaster Relief and Humanitarian Operations Domestic and Continental Assistance and Response Operations Defence supported organizations who are leading interventions to save lives or alleviate human suffering following a natural or man-made disaster in Canada or North America. % of achieved Stated Operational Effects directed towards reducing suffering and improving the well-being of members of the civil society living in North America. Percentage 90 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Services and Contributions to Government Disaster Relief and Humanitarian Operations International Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Response Operations Defence supported nations outside Canada or North America to save lives, alleviate human suffering or mitigate property damage to critical infrastructure following a natural or human-made disaster. % of Operational Objectives, expressed as Commander’s Intent, achieved by the conduct of military operations aimed at reducing suffering and improving the well-being of members of the International civil society. Percentage 90 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Services and Contributions to Government Disaster Relief and Humanitarian Operations International Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Response Operations Defence supported nations outside Canada or North America to save lives, alleviate human suffering or mitigate property damage to critical infrastructure following a natural or human-made disaster. % of achieved Stated Operational Effects directed towards reducing suffering and improving the well-being of members of the International civil society. Percentage 90 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Services and Contributions to Government Disaster Relief and Humanitarian Operations Non-Combatant Evacuation Operations Canadian Armed Forces successfully evacuated Canadian Entitled Personnel or other non combatants from an affected region such as a security crisis or natural disaster area. % of Operational Objectives, expressed as Commander’s Intent, achieved by the conduct of military operations aimed at contributing to the security of Canadian citizens abroad. Percentage 90 100 . Result not available Mar-2017 No activities were undertaken in FY 2016-17
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Services and Contributions to Government Disaster Relief and Humanitarian Operations Non-Combatant Evacuation Operations Canadian Armed Forces successfully evacuated Canadian Entitled Personnel or other non combatants from an affected region such as a security crisis or natural disaster area. % of achieved Stated Operational Effects directed towards contributing to the security of Canadian citizens abroad. Percentage 90 100 . Result not available Mar-2017 No activities were undertaken in FY 2016-17
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Services and Contributions to Government Military Heritage and Outreach Military History, Heritage and Awareness Canadians and the global community are provided with the opportunity to continue appreciating the achievements of the Canadian military. Average audience size of direct outreach events Number 500000 . 558000 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Services and Contributions to Government Military Heritage and Outreach Military History, Heritage and Awareness The Canadian Armed Forces and Canada are well respected by the global community as a capable and competent military. The number of international and national invitations received by the CF for participation in Military Skills Competition Number 9 . 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Operations and Services Improve Stability and Security, and Promote Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Services and Contributions to Government Military Heritage and Outreach Youth Program Populations of Canadian youth have the personal attributes to become responsible members of their communities as they transition into adulthood. average duration of membership in the program Narratative Description 3 3 3 years 1.9 1.9 years Attention Required Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Development and Research Capability Design, Development and Integration Capability Design and Management Options to modify Defence capabilities in order to fill individual capability gaps are produced. % score on the Capability Design and Management Evaluation Index Percentage 81 100 . Result not available Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Development and Research Capability Design, Development and Integration Concept, Doctrine Development and Warfare Experimentation Experimental testing determines the suitability of new military concepts, doctrine, methods and systems for Defence needs. % score on the Warfare Experimentation Quality & Impact Evaluation Index Percentage 81 100 91 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Development and Research Capability Design, Development and Integration Concept, Doctrine Development and Warfare Experimentation Lessons learned from past operations are integrated to improve agility during the introduction, preparation and application of Defence capabilities. % score on the Lessons Learned Quality & Impact Evaluation Index Percentage 81 100 95 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Development and Research Capability Design, Development and Integration Concept, Doctrine Development and Warfare Experimentation Operational concepts and doctrine improve agility during the introduction, preparation and application of Defence capabilities. % score on the State of Concept & Doctrine Evaluation Index Percentage 81 100 61 Attention Required Mar-2017 No forecast publications arose which diverted staff effort
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Development and Research Capability Design, Development and Integration Science and Systems Development and Integration Bodies of knowledge, technologies and systems are explored, developed and integrated to realise enhanced levels of agility during the preparation and application of Defence capabilities. % score on the Development and Integration Evaluation Index Percentage 80 100 89 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Development and Research Capability Design, Development and Integration Science and Systems Development and Integration Strategic and operational decisions that affect the agility of Defence are evidence based and informed by analytical methods, models and tools. % score on the Exploitation of Advice and Knowledge Evaluation Index Percentage 80 100 89 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Development and Research Strategic Direction and Planning Support Strategic Capability Planning Support Awareness of the expected differences between the supply and demand for existing Defence capabilities is established for the near- and mid-term horizon. % score on the Strategic Capability Planning Support Evaluation Index Percentage 81 100 90 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Development and Research Strategic Direction and Planning Support Strategic Force Posture Planning Support Awareness of the expected differences between the supply and demand for existing Defence capabilities is established for the near- and mid-term horizon. % score on the Strategic Force Posture Planning Support Evaluation Index Percentage 81 100 . Result not available Mar-2017 It is not possible to provide a result due to changes in reporting, however with the advent of the new Departmental Results Framework, we will be better able to capture a result for this measure, through use of the Strategic Managed and Readiness Tool.
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Information Systems Lifecycle Info Systems - Acquisition, Development and Deployment The secure Defence information systems portfolio is augmented to meet Defence interoperability needs. % Info Systems Capital Program Projects (Defence Specific) on Schedule (adjusted timeline) Percentage 85 100 95 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Information Systems Lifecycle Info Systems - Acquisition, Development and Deployment The secure Defence information systems portfolio is augmented to meet Defence interoperability needs. % Info Systems Capital Program Projects (Defence specific) on Schedule (original timeline) Percentage 85 100 26 Attention Required Mar-2017 The variance from the previous year is a result of the misinterpretation of the indicator. In previous years the departmentally approved timelines were reported and this year, more accurately, the TBS original timelines are being reported.
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Information Systems Lifecycle Info Systems - Acquisition, Development and Deployment The secure Defence information systems portfolio is augmented to meet Defence interoperability needs. % of Info Systems Program projects (Defence specific) requiring Senior Mgmt attention Percentage 0 10 10.5 Attention Required Mar-2017 For FY 2016/17, two of the total 19 projects needed senior management attention: One project was withdrawn, with compels senior management attention, and the second had funding and scope challenges that required senior management attention.
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Information Systems Lifecycle Info Systems - Portfolio Management Defence information systems and applications are is available in a condition that meets the need of Defence % of DND Application Portfolio that is considered healthy Percentage 90 100 15 Attention Required Mar-2017 DND now uses the TBS Application Portfolio Health Indicator and the methodology used to calculate it is different from what was used in previous years. The result is lower as many applications have yet to be assessed.
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Information Systems Lifecycle Info Systems - Portfolio Management Defence information systems infrastructure and applications are available in a condition that meets the needs of Defence. % of time info system networks are available Percentage 90 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Information Systems Lifecycle Info Systems - Strategic Coordination, Development and Control The strategic coordination, development and control of Defence information systems and applications meets Defence needs. % Defence Info Systems score on the Coordination, Development and Control Performance Evaluation Index Percentage 80 100 75 Attention Required Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Information Systems Lifecycle Info Systems - System Management and User Support Defence information systems and user support are available as required to meet the needs of Defence. % Canadian Forces Network Operations Centre tickets resolved within Service Level Agreement standard Percentage 90 100 90.8 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Materiel Lifecycle Materiel - Acquisition The Defence materiel, equipment and equipment fleets portfolio is augmented in a timely manner to meet Defence needs. % CFDS and Non-CFDS materiel acquisition projects on most recent Treasury Board Secretariat approved schedule Percentage 85 100 83 Attention Required Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Materiel Lifecycle Materiel - Acquisition The Defence materiel, equipment and equipment fleets portfolio is augmented in a timely manner to meet Defence needs. % CFDS materiel acquisition projects on original schedule Percentage 85 100 43 Attention Required Mar-2017 Project delays are due to many factors including: design change requirements and modification, shifting priority and availability of resources. Several factors are beyond the control of the Project Management Office or the department. Of note, 75% of these projects are expected to be completed within their adjusted schedule.
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Materiel Lifecycle Materiel - Acquisition The Defence materiel, equipment and equipment fleets portfolio is augmented in a timely manner to meet Defence needs. % Non-CFDS materiel acquisition projects on original schedule Percentage 85 100 6 Attention Required Mar-2017 Project delays are due to many factors including: design change requirements and modification, shifting priority and availability of resources. Several factors are beyond the control of the Project Management Office or the department. Of note, 75% of these projects are expected to be completed within their adjusted schedule.
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Materiel Lifecycle Materiel - Divestment and Disposal Defence materiel, equipment and equipment fleets are reduced in a safe, responsible, and timely manner to meet Defence needs. % materiel disposed on schedule Percentage 80 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Materiel Lifecycle Materiel - Engineering, Test, Production and Maintenance Defence materiel, equipment and equipment fleets engineering, testing, production and maintenance meet the needs of Defence. % centralized materiel maintenance on schedule Percentage 85 100 83 Attention Required Mar-2017 This indicator continues to show improvement in part as a result of the implementation of equipment maintenance best practices resulting in improved effectiveness, efficiency and fleet availability
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Materiel Lifecycle Materiel - Equipment Upgrade and Insertion Defence materiel, equipment and equipment fleets are refitted and/or transitioned to meet Defence needs. % of Materiel Upgrade & Technological Insertion Projects and Upgrades on original TBS schedule Percentage 85 100 22 Attention Required Mar-2017 Sources of delay included contractual issues, engineering challenges and airworthiness activities associated with upgrading complex systems
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Materiel Lifecycle Materiel - Equipment Upgrade and Insertion Defence materiel, equipment and equipment fleets are refitted and/or transitioned to meet Defence needs. % of Materiel Upgrade and Technological Insertion Projects and Upgrades on most recent approved TBS schedule. Percentage 85 100 64 Attention Required Mar-2017 Sources of delay included technical challenges identified during test and evaluation and coordination of aircraft availability
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Materiel Lifecycle Materiel - Inventory Management and Distribution Defence materiel, equipment and equipment fleets are supplied and made available in a timely manner at the location to meet the needs of Defence. % of stock-out on projected materiel requirements Narratative Description . . <7.93% . 0.0501 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Materiel Lifecycle Materiel - Portfolio Management Defence materiel, equipment, and equipment fleets are available in the quantity, mix and condition to meet Defence needs. % of key fleets available to meet operational and force generation tasks Percentage 80 100 97 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Materiel Lifecycle Materiel - Strategic Coordination, Development and Control The strategic coordination, development and control of Defence materiel meets Defence needs. % Defence Materiel score on the Coordination, Development and Control Performance Evaluation Index Percentage 80 100 81.25 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Military Personnel and Organization Lifecycle Military Personnel - Health Care Health services and health advice meet the needs of military personnel and the organization. % Compliance of Laboratory Subspecialty with external Quality Control by discipline. Percentage 95 100 97 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Military Personnel and Organization Lifecycle Military Personnel - Health Care Health services and health advice meet the needs of military personnel and the organization. % Medical Clinic Patient Satisfaction with regard to their treatment and interaction with medical staff. Percentage 80 100 87 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Military Personnel and Organization Lifecycle Military Personnel - Health Care Health services and health advice meet the needs of military personnel and the organization. % of CAF Personnel that are Dentally Fit to deploy on domestic and international operations Percentage 90 100 72 Attention Required Mar-2017 8% of Regular Force personnel were not dentally fit, and 20% had an expired dental fitness status, meaning they did not have an annual dental exam in 2016-17. The 20% with an expired dental fitness status would include some personnel who are dentally fit and others who are not
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Military Personnel and Organization Lifecycle Military Personnel - Morale and Well Being The morale and well-being needs of military personnel are met. % CAF Personnel satisfied or neutral with the recognition they receive from the organization. Percentage 62.5 100 62.7 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Military Personnel and Organization Lifecycle Military Personnel - Morale and Well Being The morale and well-being needs of military personnel are met. % CAF Personnel who agree or are neutral that they know the CAF will look after their needs if they become injured on the job. Percentage 64 100 62.7 Attention Required Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Military Personnel and Organization Lifecycle Military Personnel - Morale and Well Being The morale and well-being needs of military personnel are met. % military members satisfied or neutral with the quality of life services utilized or available to be utilized. Percentage 73 100 81.8 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Military Personnel and Organization Lifecycle Military Personnel - Occupation Training Military personnel have the education and skills that meet the needs of their occupation and Defence requirements. Success rate Percentage 90 100 94 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Military Personnel and Organization Lifecycle Military Personnel - Professional Development Training Military personnel have the professional education and development to meet the needs of the Defence military establishment. % military personnel who agree or are neutral that the Canadian Armed Forces Professional Development policies programs support succession planning within the Canadian Armed Forces Percentage 70.1 100 76.6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Military Personnel and Organization Lifecycle Military Personnel - Professional Development Training Military personnel have the professional education and development to meet the needs of the Defence military establishment. % military personnel who agree or are neutral that the Canadian Armed Forces Professional Development programs encourage and support self development among CAF members. Percentage 65.4 100 72.4 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Military Personnel and Organization Lifecycle Military Personnel - Recruitment Military personnel recruitment meets the needs of the military occupation. Percentage of the Regular Force external Strategic Intake Plan filled Percentage 97 101 103 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Military Personnel and Organization Lifecycle Military Personnel - Regular Force Portfolio Management Regular Force personnel are available to meet Defence needs. % of Trained Effective Regular Force Percentage 95 100 93 Attention Required Mar-2017 Continued pressures exist between the capacity of the training system and the number of CAF personnel on the Basic Training List. The actual results is expected to rise closer to the target compliance over the next few Fys in light of the recruiting effort to reach the CAF target strength
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Military Personnel and Organization Lifecycle Military Personnel - Regular Force Portfolio Management Regular Force personnel are available to meet Defence needs. % of the total Regular Force establishment that has been filled. Percentage 95 100 98 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Military Personnel and Organization Lifecycle Military Personnel - Reserve Force Portfolio Management Reserve Force personnel are available to meet Defence needs. % Reserve personnel occupations considered manageable or healthy Percentage 91 100 81 Attention Required Mar-2017 Despite having made significant progress and improvements since FY 2014-15, steps to expedite recruiting, coupled with enhanced training will continue to elevate the Reserve Force deliverables towards the defined target
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Military Personnel and Organization Lifecycle Military Personnel - Transition and Release Releasing Canadian military personnel have access to programs to assist with transition to civilian life, employment and/or retirement. % releasing military members that are satisfied with the information they received regarding transition programs. Percentage 70 100 . Result not available Mar-2017 No result was collected for FY 2016-17 in preparation of transition to the new Departmental Results Framework
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Military Personnel and Organization Lifecycle Military Personnel - Transition and Release Releasing Canadian military personnel have access to programs to assist with transition to civilian life, employment and/or retirement. % releasing military members who indicate that release information is available in a timely manner. Percentage 90 100 . Result not available Mar-2017 No result was collected for FY 2016-17 in preparation of transition to the new Departmental Results Framework
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Military Personnel and Organization Lifecycle Military Personnel and Organization - Strategic Coordination, Development and Control Organizational policies are applied fairly across the CAF % CAF personnel who agree or are neutral that organizational policies are fair to everyone Percentage 49 100 60 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Military Personnel and Organization Lifecycle Military Personnel and Organization - Strategic Coordination, Development and Control The strategic coordination, development and control of military personnel and the organization meets Defence needs. % Defence Military Personnel and Organization score on the Coordination, Development and Control Performance Evaluation Index Percentage 80 100 80 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Military Personnel and Organization Lifecycle Organization - Security, Protection, Justice and Safety Defence activities are conducted safely and accidents are prevented % decrease in Injury Frequency Rate for Regular Force and DND Civilians Percentage 10 100 14 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Military Personnel and Organization Lifecycle Organization - Security, Protection, Justice and Safety The Defence military personnel respect regulations and expectations of the Military Code of Service Discipline Average number of court martials in recent years Number 55 75 59 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Military Personnel and Organization Lifecycle Organization - Security, Protection, Justice and Safety The Defence military personnel respect regulations and expectations of the Military Code of Service Discipline Military Police clearance rates for violent crimes Percentage 70 100 55 Attention Required Mar-2017 One of the priorities of the Canadian Forces Provost Marshal Group units will be to facilitate the generation and maintenance of operationally ready, combat-capable forces through the provision of professional and timely policing, investigative and security support services to commands
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Real Property Lifecycle Real Property - Acquisition The Defence real property assets portfolio is augmented or extended in a timely manner to meet the needs of Defence. % New construction, betterments and recapitalizations on most recent TBS approved schedule (over $5M). Percentage 90 100 15 Attention Required Mar-2017 Projects are making progress in recovery of their original schedules. However, these improvements are not reflected within this indicator.
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Real Property Lifecycle Real Property - Acquisition The Defence real property assets portfolio is augmented or extended in a timely manner to meet the needs of Defence. % New construction, betterments and recapitalizations on original TBS schedule (over $5M) Percentage 90 100 81 Attention Required Mar-2017 Results are based on a larger sample size than previous years.  Methodology changes mean that results are not directly comparable to previous years.
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Real Property Lifecycle Real Property - Divestment and Disposal Defence real property assets portfolio is reduced in a timely manner to meet Defence needs. % identified surplus real property land area compared to total owned Narratative Description . . <1% . 0.0035 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Real Property Lifecycle Real Property - Environment and Remediation Defence demonstrates responsible and sustainable environmental stewardship % achievement of Defence Environmental Strategy commitments Percentage 80 100 91 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Real Property Lifecycle Real Property - Environment and Remediation Defence reduces its environmental and unexploded ordnance (UXO) liability related to real property. # Identified UXO sites legacy assessed per year Number 36 100 40 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Real Property Lifecycle Real Property - Environment and Remediation Defence reduces its environmental and unexploded ordnance (UXO) liability related to real property. % reduction in contaminated sites opening liability (sites which reported liability in the previous fiscal year to the Public accounts and the Federal Contaminated Sites Inventory). Percentage 6 . 12 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Real Property Lifecycle Real Property - Operations, Maintenance and Repair Defence real property is maintained, repaired and operated in order to meet the needs of Defence. % of Residential Housing Units that are of a suitable condition for occupancy by CAF members. Percentage 85 100 86 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Real Property Lifecycle Real Property - Operations, Maintenance and Repair Defence real property is maintained, repaired and operated in order to meet the needs of Defence. % real property maintenance and repair investment in relations to Real Property Replacement Cost Percentage 1.4 1.4 1.31 Attention Required Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Real Property Lifecycle Real Property - Portfolio Management Defence real property assets are managed according to risk to ensure optimal operational requirements. Facility condition rating (%) for "Direct Mission" Support real property assets Percentage 15 . 23.6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 Results are based on a small sample size and therefore cannot be directly comparable to previous years.
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Real Property Lifecycle Real Property - Portfolio Management Defence real property assets are managed according to risk to ensure optimal operational requirements. Facility condition rating (%) for "Indirect Mission" real property assets Percentage 25 25 27 Attention Required Mar-2017 Results are based on a small sample size and therefore cannot be directly comparable to previous years.
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Real Property Lifecycle Real Property - Portfolio Management Defence real property assets are managed according to risk to ensure optimal operational requirements. Facility condition rating (%) for "Mission Critical" support real property assets Percentage 10 . 29.6 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Real Property Lifecycle Real Property - Strategic Coordination, Development and Control The strategic coordination, development and control of Defence real property meets the needs of Defence. % Defence Real Property score on the Coordination, Development and Control Performance Evaluation Index Percentage 80 100 68.8 Attention Required Mar-2017 Defence is implementing steps to improve performance related to this indicator, targeting the systematic use of Real Property risk information in decision making.
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Capability Element Production Real Property Lifecycle Real Property - Strategic Coordination, Development and Control The strategic coordination, development and control of Defence real property meets the needs of Defence. % of compliance reviews assessed as satisfactory Percentage 80 100 50 Attention Required Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Force Elements Integration Training Aerospace Environment - Integration Training A subset of aerospace force elements have the ability to work in coordination with one another to achieve greater synergy and realize the enhanced capabilities of a larger collective formation. % of the aerospace force elements that have completed the required integration training Percentage 85 100 98 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Force Elements Integration Training International and Domestic - Interoperability Training A sufficient subset of force elements have the enhanced ability to operate as part of a multi-national force during operations that militate against threats or deliver Defence services. % of the force elements that have completed the required interoperability training Percentage 85 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Force Elements Integration Training Joint - Integration Training A subset of joint force elements have the ability to work in coordination with one another to achieve greater synergy and realize the enhanced capabilities of a larger collective formation. % of joint force elements that have completed integration training to meet force posture and readiness requirements Percentage 85 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Force Elements Integration Training Land Environment - Integration Training A subset of land force elements have the ability to work in coordination with one another to achieve greater synergy and realize the enhanced capabilities of a larger collective formation. % of land force elements that have completed integration training to meet force posture and readiness requirements Percentage 85 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Force Elements Integration Training Maritime Environment - Integration Training A subset of maritime force elements have the ability to work in coordination with one another to achieve greater synergy and realize the enhanced capabilities of a larger collective formation. % of maritime force elements that have completed integration training to meet force posture and readiness requirements Percentage 85 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Force Elements Integration Training Special Operations - Integration Training A subset of special operations force elements has the ability to work in coordination with one another to achieve greater synergy and realize the enhanced capabilities of a larger collective formation. % of special operations force elements that have completed integration training to meet force posture and readiness requirements Number 1 3 . Result not available Mar-2017 Actual result is classified
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Force Elements Production Aerospace Environment - Force Element Production A portfolio of individual aerospace force elements are continually produced to be employed, in delivering Defence operations and Defence services. % of aerospace force elements that have met the required readiness production milestones Number 3 3 2 Attention Required Mar-2017 Some issues have been encountered with the foundation training at the Operational Training Unit for the C130J aircrew production, also there were delays in transition from the CH124 fleet to the CH148 fleet.
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Force Elements Production Joint and Common - Force Element Production A portfolio of individual joint & common force elements are continually produced to be employed, in delivering Defence operations and Defence services. % of joint & common force elements that have met the required readiness production milestones Number 3 3 3 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Force Elements Production Land Environment - Force Element Production A portfolio of individual land force elements are continually produced to be employed, in delivering Defence operations and Defence services. % of land force elements that have met the required readiness production milestones Number 1 3 3 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Force Elements Production Maritime Environment - Force Element Production A portfolio of individual maritime force elements are continually produced to be employed, in delivering Defence operations and Defence services. % of maritime force elements components that have met the required readiness production milestones Number 1 3 3 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Force Elements Production Special Operations - Force Element Production A portfolio of individual special operations force elements are continually produced to be employed, in delivering Defence operations and Defence services. % of special operations force elements that have met the required readiness production milestones Number 3 3 . Result not available Mar-2017 Actual result is classified
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Force Elements Readiness Sustainment Aerospace Roles - Readiness Sustainment Force elements assigned aerospace roles remain continuously ready to apply Defence capabilities during operations against threats or to deliver Defence services % of time aerospace force elements remain ready Percentage 95 100 100 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Force Elements Readiness Sustainment Joint and Common Roles - Readiness Sustainment Force elements assigned joint & common roles remain continuously ready to apply Defence capabilities during operations against threats or to deliver Defence services % of time Force Posture and Readiness roles are filled by ready joint and common force elements. Percentage 95 100 93 Attention Required Mar-2017 No performance summary explanation available as the information is Classified
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Force Elements Readiness Sustainment Land Roles - Readiness Sustainment Force elements assigned land roles remain continuously ready to apply Defence capabilities during operations against threats or to deliver Defence services % of time Force Posture and Readiness roles are filled by ready land force elements. Percentage 95 100 98 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Force Elements Readiness Sustainment Maritime Roles - Readiness Sustainment Force elements assigned maritime roles remain continuously ready to apply Defence capabilities during operations against threats or to deliver Defence services % of time Force Posture and Readiness roles are filled by ready maritime force elements. Percentage 90 100 89 Attention Required Mar-2017 During FY 2016/17, the RCN was unable to providea submarine for two out of the twelve months while HMCS WINDSOR was in its scheduled maintenance period and defective welds were being corrected in HMCS CHICOUTIMI and VICTORIA. HMCS CHICOUTIMI reached normal readiness later in the FY. Lack of Canadian supply ships reduces the RCN’s independence to operate a task group as a nation, but this is being mitigated through assistance through allies.
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Force Elements Readiness Sustainment Special Operations Roles - Readiness Sustainment Force elements assigned special operations force roles remain continuously ready to apply Defence capabilities during operations against threats or to deliver Defence services % of time Force Posture and Readiness roles are filled by ready special operations force elements. Percentage 3 3 . Result not available Mar-2017 Actual result is classified
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Operational Readiness Production, Coordination and Command and Control Aerospace Environment - Force Element Production, Coordination and Command and Control A portfolio of Aerospace Force Elements is generated and sustained so as to be continuously available for employment in Defence operations or to deliver Defence services. % score of the Aerospace Environment - Force Element Production, Coordination & Command & Control Performance Evaluation Index Percentage 90 100 83 Attention Required Mar-2017 Delays were encountered to the timely provisioning of courses and training events
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Operational Readiness Production, Coordination and Command and Control Joint and Common - Force Element Production, Coordination and Command and Control A portfolio of Joint & Common Force Elements is generated and sustained so as to be continuously available for employment in Defence operations or to deliver Defence services. % score of the Joint & Common Environment - Force Element Production Coordination & Command & Control Performance Evaluation Index Percentage 90 100 85 Attention Required Mar-2017 A classified contingency plan is under development. Current readiness reporting system deficiencies are in development to commnence reporting on this indicator in FY 2018-19, using the Strategic Management and Readiness Tool 2.0.
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Operational Readiness Production, Coordination and Command and Control Land Environment - Force Element Production, Coordination and Command and Control A portfolio of Land Force Elements is generated and sustained so as to be continuously available for employment in Defence operations or to deliver Defence services. % score of the Land Environment - Force Element Production Coordination & Command & Control Performance Evaluation Index Percentage 90 100 . Result not available Mar-2017 Index was still in development, therefore result is not available.
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Operational Readiness Production, Coordination and Command and Control Maritime Environment - Force Element Production, Coordination and Command and Control A portfolio of Maritime Force Elements is generated and sustained so as to be continuously available for employment in Defence operations or to deliver Defence services. % score of the Maritime Environment - Force Element Production Coordination & Command & Control Performance Evaluation Index Percentage 80 100 85 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of National Defence Defence Remains Continually Prepared to Deliver National Defence and Defence Services in Alignment with Canadian Interests and Values. Defence Ready Force Element Production Operational Readiness Production, Coordination and Command and Control Special Operations Forces - Force Element Production, Coordination and Command and Control A portfolio of Special Operations Force Elements is generated and sustained so as to be continuously available for employment in Defence operations or to deliver Defence services. % score of the Special Operation Force - Force Element Production, Coordination & Command & Control Performance Evaluation Index Number 3 3 . Result not available Mar-2017 Actual result is classified
Department of Natural Resources Canada’s Natural Resource Sectors are Globally Competitive. Innovation for New Products and Processes Forest Sector Innovation Forest sector innovation is accelerated by the endorsement of an annual research plan by the forest sector innovation system Annual research plan endorsed by the FPInnovations National Research Advisory Committee (NRAC) Number 1 . 1 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 The FPInnovations research plan for 2016-17 was approved by the organisation’s National Research Advisory Committee.
Department of Natural Resources Canada’s Natural Resource Sectors are Globally Competitive. Innovation for New Products and Processes Forest Sector Innovation Indigenous communities have the knowledge needed to take advantage of emerging economic development opportunities Number of new economic development projects facilitated, brokered, and/or developed with NRCan knowledge and funding Narratative Description . . 8 new projects annually, facilitated, brokered, and/or developed with NRCan knowledge and funding . Nine new economic development projects in Indigenous communities were facilitated, brokered, and/or developed through the Indigenous Forestry Initiative (IFI) with NRCan knowledge and funding Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017
Department of Natural Resources Canada’s Natural Resource Sectors are Globally Competitive. Innovation for New Products and Processes Forest Sector Innovation NRCan, industry, provinces and academia develop new technologies which lead to higher value Canadian forest products and processes to create a better competitive position for the Canadian forest sector Number of new higher-value Canadian forest products or processes that are derived from new technologies developed Number 10 . 10 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2018 Ten higher-value Canadian forest products or processes derived from new technologies developed
Department of Natural Resources Canada’s Natural Resource Sectors are Globally Competitive. Innovation for New Products and Processes Geospatial Innovation Government and other program stakeholders can access a suite of modern, comprehensive Geospatial assets to support decision-making, reporting, operations and research Number of newly added data sets and web mapping services available via the Federal Geospatial Platform (FGP) Number 50 . 277 Target Met (On Track to Meet Target) Mar-2017 277 newly added data sets and web mapping services were made available to stakeholders via the FGP.
Department of Natural Resources Canada’s Natural Resource Sectors are Globally Competitive. Innovation for New Products and Processes Geospatial Innovation Government and other program stakeholders can access a suite of modern, comprehensive Geospatial assets to support de