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The Strategic Outcomes are: 1) Canadian artistic expressions and cultural content are created and accessible at home and abroad; 2) Canadians share, express and appreciate their Canadian identity; and 3) Canadians participate and excel in sport.
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Departmental Performance Reports (DPR) 2011-12 Departmental Performance Report Canadian Heritage The Honourable James Moore, P.C., M.P. Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages Table of Contents Ministers Message Section I: Organizational Overview Raison dêtre Responsibilities Strategic Outcomes and Program Activity Architecture Organizational Priorities Risk Analysis Summary of Performance Contribution to the Federal Sustainable Development Strategy Expenditure Profile Estimates by Vote Section II: Analysis of Program Activities by Strategic Outcome Strategic Outcome 1 Program Activity 1: Arts Program Activity 2: Cultural Industries Program Activity 3: Heritage Strategic Outcome 2
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Engagement and Community Participation Completed 2011-12 Aboriginal Peoples Program PA 5: Engagement and Community Participation Planned 2014-15 Official Languages Support Programs (including Development of Official-Languages Communities Program; Enhancement of Official Languages Program, and Young Canada Works) PA 6: Official Languages In progress 2012-13 Celebration and Commemoration Program PA 4: Promotion of and Attachment to Canada In progress 2012-13 State Ceremonial and Protocol PA 4: Promotion of and Attachment to Canada In progress 2012-13 Shanghai 2010 Exposition PA 4: Promotion of and Attachment to Canada In progress 2012-13 Official Languages Coordination
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assets held on behalf of Government Accounts receivable and advances (note 6 and note 14) (17) (51) Total financial assets held on behalf of Government (17) (51) Total net financial assets 394,496 514,367 Departmental net debt 24,981 38,477 Non-financial assets Prepaid expenses 1,737 1,993 Inventory (note 7) 3,394 1,852 Tangible capital assets (note 8) 8,935 12,780 Total non-financial assets 14,066 16,625 Departmental net financial position (10,915) (21,852) Contractual obligations (note 9) Contingent liabilities (note 10) The accompanying notes
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Initiatives to Engage Applicants and Recipients: When the program application guide for each funding stream is released, the Department communicates with potential and past recipients in the following ways: posting the application guide and application forms on the program website; emailing organizations identified as potential applicants notifying them that application documents are available; emailing professional associations for which members are targeted by the transfer payment program notifying them that application documents are available; sending reminder emails shortly in advance of the funding application deadline.
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By end of 2012-13, the Department plans to have: Completed the testing and remediation as needed of design and operating effectiveness of the business processes for Salaries; Completed testing and remediation as needed of design and operating effectiveness of the business process for Tangible Capital Assets; Completed testing and remediation as needed of operating effectiveness of the business process for Financial Reporting; By end of 2013-2014, the Department plans to have: As part of the ongoing monitoring program, continued testing of the operating effectiveness of key controls at all levels as well
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Federal Partners Federal Partner Program Activity Names of Programs for Federal Partners Total Allocation (from Start to End Date) 2011-12 ($ ) Planned Spending Actual Spending Expected Results Results Achieved Justice Canada Justice, Policy, Legislation and Programs Contraventions Act Fund Result for the 2008–2013 Roadmap: Improved capacity to carry on judicial activities and to deliver extrajudicial services related to federal contraventions in both official languages. $47.46M $9.49M $5.27M Continued and increased access to justice services in both official languages through the implementation of the Contraventions Act, including linguistic clauses, in Newfoundland
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Audit of Canada’s Participation in the World Exposition Shanghai China 2010 (Expo 2010)
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All over the world, people play sports for the love of the game from the time they are children. How Canadians play is influenced by a number of factors, including our four seasons and our geographic and social diversity.
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Importing cultural property, preventing import delays, detention of cultural property, Canada's international commitments, and penalties for the illegal import of cultural property.
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