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Citizenship & Immigration

Jeux de la Francophonie & World Championships of Athletics

Allocation from the reserve


FY 2001-02

$1.548 Vote 1 Operating


  • The program the funds went to: Maximizing Benefits of International Migration and Managing Access to Canada business lines
    • Les Jeux de la Francophonie & World Championships of Athletics, held in Ottawa in the summer of 2001, meant a significant increase in the number of participants and visitors for whom visas were to be processed, which had an incremental impact on the volume of services provided by both CIC abroad and in Canada CIC had to invest in additional temporary resources in missions abroad for not only visa processing but also security checks and screening Resources therefore went to additional staff, overtime and travel for CIC officials For participants to the Games, the $75 visa cost was remitted.
  • Was NOT a transfer payment
  • Any other relevant info: these amounts are not specifically reported and identifiable but are part of the regular economic objects such as salaries, travel

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary:
  • C&I, 2001-02: section 5.4

    Also in 2001-2 Public Accts Volume 2 Part II - Section 3.2, there is info on the remission of fees for C&IOf $418,500 published, fee remissions for the two events totalled $117,225 but are not identifiable specifically for these eventsFunds to offset these remissions were part of the TB sub.

  • Programs by Business Line: Maximizing Benefits of International migration and Managing Access to Canada
  • Transfer Payments: none