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|Table 3–5: Details on Transfer Payment Programs (TPPs)|
|1) Name of Transfer Payment Program: Statutory Compensation Payments|
|2) Start Date: N/A||3) End Date: N/A|
|4) Description: Compensation payments in accordance with requirements established by regulations under the Health of Animals Act and the Plant Protection Act, and authorized pursuant to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Act.|
|5) Strategic Outcomes: To compensate Canadians, in accordance with the appropriate regulations, for animals or plants ordered destroyed for the purpose of disease control.|
|6) Results Achieved: Over 500 Canadians were compensated for animals and plants ordered destroyed.|
|($ Millions)||7) Actual Spending 2005–2006||8) Actual Spending 2006–2007||9) Planned Spending 2007–2008||10) Total Authorities 2007–2008||11) Actual Spending 2007–2008||12) Variance(s) Between 9 and 11|
|13) Animal and Plant Resource Protection|
|14) Total Grants||0.0||0.0||0.0||0.0||0.0||0.0|
|14) Total Contributions||0.0||0.0||0.0||0.0||0.0||0.0|
|14) Total Other Types of Transfer Payments||9.5||3.8||1.5||10.6||10.6||9.1|
|15) Total Animal and Plant Resource Protection||9.5||3.8||1.5||10.6||10.6||9.1|
|16) Comment on Variance: Actual compensation payments made to Canadians were $9.1 million higher than the $1.5 million that was earmarked in Planned Spending. This increase is due to Sudden Oak Death $7.1M (Plant Diseases), Chronic Wasting Disease $1.2M (Animal Diseases) and Emerald Ash Borer $0.7M (Plant Diseases).|
|17) Significant Audit and Evaluation Findings and URL (s) to Last Audit and / or Evaluation: N/A|