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Canadian Heritage
Communication Canada

Canadians in Europe Association

Allocation from the reserve

$millions

FY 03-04

FY 04-05

Approval

$1.320

$1.386

P/A - Program expenditures

-

-

P/A - Transfer payments

N/A

N/A

Description

This project involved the dissemination of information on Government of Canada programs, services and priorities to Canadians living in Europe. Activities included roundtables, conferences, and publication of information bulletins.

The vehicle used was a transfer payment (grant with grant agreement). The project's sponsor was the Council for Canadian Unity (CCU). It was assisted by its network of partners, notably the Canadians in Europe Association, in carrying out its communication activities.

Public Accounts References

Ministry Summary: Communication Canada - Vote 20 - Grants and Contributions

Programs by Business Line: Corporate communications


Canadian Heritage
Canada Information Office

Canadians in Europe Association

Allocation from the reserve

$millions

FY 00-01

Approval

$0.781

P/A - Program expenditures

-

P/A - Transfer payments

$0.781

Description

This project involved the dissemination of information on Government of Canada programs, services and priorities to Canadians living in Europe. Activities included roundtables, conferences, and publication of information bulletins on current events. As part of this project, the CCU opened chapters in France, Belgium and Great Britain.

The vehicle used was a transfer payment (grant). The project's sponsor was the Council for Canadian Unity (CCU). It was assisted by its network of partners, notably the Canadians in Europe Association, in carrying out its communication activities.

Public Accounts References

Ministry summary: Canada Information Office - Vote 15 - Program Expenditures

Programs by Business Line: Canada Information Office


Canadian Heritage
Communication Canada

Canadians in Europe Association

Allocation from the reserve

$millions

FY 01-02

Approval

$1.2

P/A - Program expenditures

-

P/A - Transfer payments

$1.2

Description

This project involved the dissemination of information on Government of Canada programs, services and priorities to Canadians living in Europe. Activities included roundtables, conferences, and publication of information bulletins.

The vehicle used was a transfer payment (grant - TB submission). The project's sponsor was the Council for Canadian Unity (CCU). It was assisted by its network of partners, notably the Canadians in Europe Association, in carrying out its communication activities.

Public Accounts References

Ministry Summary: Communication Canada - Vote 1515 - Program Expenditures

Programs by Business Line: Inform Canadians

Canadian Heritage

Canadian Identity

Allocation from the reserve

$millions

1994-95

$8

Description

  • Authority to include an item of $8M to pay grants in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Official Languages Promotion and Community Support and Participation programs.
  • Program: Official Languages, Community Support and Participation
  • Recipient: Various

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary1994-95 p.1920, 1.21, 19.23

Vote 5 - Operating Expenditures
Vote 10 - Grants and Contributions

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian Identity

  • Transfer Payments

Support and Participation
Official Languages
Grants to organizations representing official language minority communities, non-federal public administrations and other organizations for the purpose of furthering the use, acquisition and promotion of the official languages (p. 19.8)


Canadian Heritage

Unity - Communications

Allocation from the reserve

$millions

1994-95

$3

Description

  • The Department identified as a key mission of celebrating our Canadian identity. The program will continue to base its actions on:
    • Research
    • Publicity, creation and maintenance of support networks for Canadians
  • Program: Canadian Identity
  • Recipient: Various

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary p.19.8

1994-95 $3M
Canadian Identity Program
Vote 5 Operating Expenditures
Vote 10 Grants and Contributions

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian Identity Program

  • Transfer Payments

Grants to organizations representing official languages minority communities, non-federal public administrations and other organizations for the purpose of furthering the use, acquisition and promotion of the official languages. (p. 19.21)

Contributions to non-profit organizations, Canadian institutions, individuals, the private and public sectors and other levels of Government for the purpose of furthering participation in Canadian Society and to celebrate Canada Day.(p. 19.21)


Canadian Heritage

Unity - Quebec Referendum

Allocation from the reserve

$millions

1995-96

$5


Description

  • Promotion of Canadian Unity during the pre-referendum and referendum period.

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary p.4.7
    1995-96, $5M
    Total Vote 10 Grants and Contributions
  • Programs by Business Line
    Canadian Identity
  • Transfer Payments
    Participation: Grants to non-profit organizations, Canadian institutions, individuals, the private and public sectors and other levels of Government for the purpose of furthering participation in Canadian society and to celebrate Canada Day p4.17
    Official Languages: Grants to organizations representing official language minority communities, non-federal public administrations and other organizations for the purpose of furthering the use, acquisition and promotion of the official languages p4.18

Canadian Heritage

Canadian Identity Phase II

Allocation from the reserve

$millions

1995-96

$3.5


Description

  • To promote Canadian Unity in the period leading to the referendum to be held in Quebec.
    Program: Multiculturalism, Canadian studies and Official Languages
  • Recipient: third parties who promotes Canadian identity in their respective field of activities

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary 1995-96, $3.5M
    Vote 10 Grants and Contributions
  • Programs by Business Line
    Canadian Identity
  • Transfer Payments
    Grants to organizations representing official language minority communities, non-federal public administrations and other organizations for the purpose of furthering the use, acquisition and promotion of the official languages (p. 4.18)
    Grants to non-profit organizations, Canadian institutions, individuals, the private and public sectors and other levels of Government for the purpose of furthering participation in Canadian society and to celebrate Canada Day(p. 4.17)

Canadian Heritage

Strengthening Canada

Allocation from the reserve

$millions

1996-97

1997-98

$11.0

$14.0


Description

  • Initiatives aimed at celebrating our national symbols, Canadian cultural and achievements, promoting unity through sports and other endeavours, focussing on the fuller participation of youth and harnessing new technology to develop a greater awareness and understanding of common valued and shared heritage.
  • Program: Canadian Identity
  • Recipient: Groups active in a variety of fields

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary
    1996-97
    $1.5M Vote 5 Operating expenditures
    $9.5M Vote 10 Grants and contributions
    $11.0M

    1997-98
    1.5M Vote 5 Operating expenditures
    12.5M Vote 10 Grants and contributions
    $14M
  • Programs by Business Line: Canadian Identity
  • Transfer Payments
    "Grants to non-profit organization, Canadian institutions, individuals, the private and public sectors and other levels of Government for the purpose of furthering participation in Canadian society and to celebrate Canada Day" p3.17
    "Contributions to non-profit organizations, Canadian institutions, individuals, the private and public sectors and other levels of government for the purpose of furthering participation in Canadian society and to celebrate Canada Day." P.3.18

Canadian Heritage

Strengthening Canada

Allocation from the reserve

$millions

1997-98

$13.0

Description

  • Program: Canadian sound recording, Cultural Initiative, and Official languages.
  • Recipient: Various

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary1997-98

Vote 10 (Grants and Contributions) p.3.7

  • Programs by Business Line

Cultural development and heritage
Canadian Identity

  • Transfer Payments

"Contributions for the sound recording development program" p.3.19

"Contributions to non-profit cultural organizations and institutions to enhance cultural infrastructures and support cultural development". p. 3.19

"Contributions in respect to programs relating to the use of official language in areas of provincial and territorial competence; including programs of summer language bursaries and assistance to independent schools and to associations of independent schools." P. 3.20


Canadian Heritage

Exchanges Canada and Network

Allocation from the reserve

$millions

1998-99

$3.5

Description

  • To provide financial support for a more co-ordinated federal approach to Exchange Programs and Networking activities in order to reinforce linkages among Canadians, improve understanding and attachment to Canada, contribute to learning and provide work experience, specially for youth.
  • Program: Exchanges Canada
  • Recipient: Council for Canadian Unity

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary1999

Grants and contributions Vote 5 p.3.8

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian Identity

  • Transfer Payments

Canadian Identity: Contributions in respect to programs relating to the use of official language in areas of provincial and territorial competence; including programs of summer language bursaries and assistance to independent schools and to associations of independent schools – p. 17.21


Canadian Heritage

Canada Day Festivities/Celebrate Canada

Allocation from the reserve

$millions

1998-99

1999-00

2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

4.5

7.5

10.5

10.4

10.0

10.0

10.0


Description

  • Promote greater awareness, knowledge and sharing of Canadian history and diversity through celebrations across Canada.
  • Program: Celebrate Canada
  • Recipient: community groups to organize Canada Day and Celebrate Canada activities and volunteer provincial and territorial Celebrate Canada committees

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary p.17.8

1998-99
Vote 1 Operating Expenditures
Vote 5 Grants and contributions

  • Ministry Summary p. 4.8

1999-00
Vote 1 Operating expenditures
Vote 5 Grants and contributions

  • Ministry Summary p. 4.8

2000-01
Vote 1 Operating expenditures
Vote 5 Grants and contributions

  • Ministry Summary p.4.8

2001-02 Total $10.4M
Vote 1 Operating expenditures
Vote 5 Grants and contributions

  • Ministry Summary pp.4.8

2002-03
Vote 1
Vote 5

  • Ministry Summary 2003-04; 2004-05

Not yet in Public Account

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian Identity

  • Transfer Payments

Grants to non-profit organizations, Canadian institutions, individuals, the public and private sectors and other levels of government for the purpose of furthering participation in Canadian society and Celebrate Canada Day. (1998-99, p. 3.19 ).

Grants to non-profit organizations, Canadian institutions, individuals, the public and private sectors and other levels of government for the purpose of furthering participation in Canadian society and Celebrate Canada Day. (1999-00, p. 4.19 ; 2000-01, p. 4.18)

Grants to non-profit organizations, Canadian institutions, individuals, the public and private sectors and other levels of government for the purpose of furthering participation in Canadian society and Celebrate Canada Day. (2001-02, pp. 4.18).

Contributions to non-profit organizations, Canadian institutions, individuals, the public and private sectors and other levels of government for the purpose of furthering participation in Canadian society and Celebrate Canada Day. (2002-03 p.4.21)


Canadian Heritage

Canadian Francophonie Year

Allocation from the reserve

$millions

1998-99

1999-2000

$2.0

$5.0

Description

  • 1999 Anne de la Francophonie
  • Program: Promotion of Official Languages
  • Recipient: various

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary

1998-99 $2M Operating Expenditures, Vote 1 p. 3.8
1999-2000 $5M Operating Expenditures, Vote 1 p. 4.8

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian Identity

  • Transfer Payments

1999: Contributions in respect of programs relating to the use of official languages in areas of provincial and territorial competence; including programs of summer language bursaries and assistance to independent schools and to associations of independent schools p. 17.21

2000: Contributions to organizations representing official language minority communities, non-federal public administrations and other organizations for the purpose of furthering the use, acquisition and promotion of the official languages. p. 18.21


Canadian Heritage

Council for Canadian Unity

Allocation from the reserve

$millions

1998-99

1999-2000

2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

$3.9

$4.0

4.0

4.2

4.2

4.35

4.5

Description

  • 1998-99: Strengthening and Celebrating Canada through the Centre for Research and Information on Canada ($3.2M) and the Encounters with Canada Program ($655K), both of the Council for Canadian Unity
  • 1999-05: To provide a contribution to the Council for Canadian Unity(CCU) for the activities of its centre for research and Information Canada (CRIC).
  • Program: 1. Canadian Studies 2. Official Languages Support – Linguistic duality Component 3. Youth Participation
  • Recipient: Council for Canadian Unity

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary 1998-99 p. 3.8

Vote 5 Grants and Contributions
Vote 1 Operating

  • Ministry Summary1999-00 p.4.8

Vote 5 Grants and Contributions

  • Ministry Summary 2000-01 p. 4.8

Vote 5 Grants & Contributions

  • Ministry Summary 2001-02; 2002-03

p.4.8 : Vote 5 – Grants & Contributions

  • Ministry Summary 2003-04; 2004-05

Not yet in Public Account

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian Identity

  • Transfer Payments

1998-99

Contributions to non-profit organizations, Canadian Institutions, individuals, the private and public sectors and other levels of Government for the purpose of furthering participation in Canadian society and Celebrate Canada activities. (p. 3.21)

1999-00

Contributions to non-profit organizations, Canadian institutions, individuals, the private and public sectors and other levels of government for the purpose of furthering participation in Canadian society p.4.21

2000-01

Contributions to non-profit organizations, Canadian institutions, individuals, the private and public sectors and other levels of government for the purpose of furthering participation in Canadian society. (p. 4.21)

2001-02

Contribution in support of the Research and Information Canada program (p.18.22)

2002-03

Contribution in support of the Research and Information Canada program (p.18.22)


Canadian Heritage

Francophone Minorities

Allocation from the reserve

$millions

1998-99

1999-00

$2.0

$2.0

Description

  • Creation of the Centre national de formation at the University of Ottawa
  • Program: Promotion of Official Languages in Education
  • Recipient: University of Ottawa

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary

1999-2000 $2M Vote 5 Grants and Contributions p.4.8
2000-01$2M Vote 5 Grants and Contributions p.4.8

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian Identity

  • Transfer Payments

Contributions in respect of programs relating to the use of official languages in areas of provincial and territorial competence; including programs of summer language bursaries and assistance to independent schools and to associations of independent schools p. 4.21


Canadian Heritage

Summer Work Student Exchange

Allocation from the reserve

$ millions

1999-2000

2000-2001

2001-2002

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

$2.5

$2.5

$2.8

$4.6

$4.7

$4.7

Description

  • To allow young Canadians to work in their second official language, in a twinned region.
  • Program: Exchange Canada
  • Recipient: Council for Canadian Unity

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary

1999-2000 (Supps A)
Transfer of $47.3M from Canadian Heritage Vote 10

2000-2001
Total Vote 5 Grants and Contributions p.4.8

2001-2002
Grants and Contributions p. 4.8

2002-2003
Grants and Contributions p. 4.8

2003-04 to 0204-05 N/A

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian Identity

  • Transfer Payments

1999-2000: Contributions in respect of programs relating to the use of Official Languages in areas of provincial and territorial competence; including programs of summer language bursaries and assistance to interdependent schools and to associations of independent schools. p. 4.21

2000-2001: Contributions to non-profit organizations, Canadian institutions, individuals, the private and public sectors and other levels of government for the purpose of the furthering participation in Canadian society. p. 4.20

2001-2002: Contributions in support of the Exchanges Canada Initiative, p.4.21

2002-03 to 2004-05: Contributions in support of the Exchanges Canada Initiative, p. 4.21

Contributions to non-profit organizations, Canadian institutions, individuals, the private and public sectors and other levels of government for the purpose of furthering participation in Canadian society p. 4.21


Canadian Heritage

Exchanges and Networking

Allocation from the reserve

$ millions

1999-2000

$7.75


Description

  • To enhance Government of Canada support for exchanges and networking activitiesTo help strengthen Canada as nation, support the development of individual Canadians, especially youth and raise the profile of the federal government in communities across the country.
  • Program: Open house Canada
  • Recipient: various

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary
    1999-2000 Supps A Vote 1a - Operating Expenditures, Vote 5a - Grants and Contributions p.4.8
  • Programs by Business Line
    Canadian Identity
  • Transfer Payments
    Contributions in respect of programs relating to the use official languages in areas of provincial and territorial competence; including programs of summer languages bursaries and assistance to independent schools and to associations of independent schools p.4.21
    Contributions to non-profit organizations, Canadian institutions, individuals, the private and public sectors and other levels of government for the purpose of furthering participation in Canadian society p.4.21

Canadian Heritage

Governor General's Study Conference 2000

Allocation from the reserve

$millions

1999-2000

$0.5


Description

  • The Governor General's Canadian Study Conference is generally held every five years, the last being held in 1995It brings together Canada's future business, labour, public sector and community leaders to discuss significant socio-economic issues
  • Program: Canadian Studies
  • Recipient: Council for Canadian Unity

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary
    1999-2000 Vote 5 a Grants & Contribution p.4.8
  • Programs by Business Line
    Canadian Identity
  • Transfer Payments
    Contributions to non-profit organizations, Canadian institutions, individuals, the private and public sectors and other levels of government for the purpose of furthering participation in Canadian society p.4.21

Canadian Heritage

Lieutenant Governors

Allocation from the reserve

$ millions

1999-2000

2000-01

2001-02

$0.31

$0.31

$0.31


Description

  • To defray the expenses incurred by Lieutenant Governors in the exercise of their duties
  • Program: Grants to Lieutenants Governors
  • Recipient: Lieutenant Governors of the provinces of Canada

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary
    1999-2000 p.4.8
    $0.25 Vote 1 Operating expenditures
    $0.06 Vote 5 Grants and Contributions

2000-2001 p.4.8
$0.25 Vote 1 Operating expenditures
$0.06 Vote 5 Grants and Contributions

2001-2002 p.4.8
$0.25 Vote 1 Operating expenditures
$0.06 Vote 5 Grants and Contributions

  • Programs by Business Line
    Canadian Identity
  • Transfer Payments
    1999-2000 Grants to the Lieutenant Governors RefPage # 4.19
    2000-2001 Grants to the Lieutenant Governors RefPage # 4.18 & 4.19
    2001-2002 Grants to the Lieutenant Governors RefPage # 4.19 & 4.20

Canadian Heritage

Katimavik Program

Allocation from the reserve

$ millions

1998-1999

1999-2000

2000-2001

2001-2001

2002-2003

$3

$3

$3

$3

$3

Description

  • Participants in the Katimavik program are provided with the opportunity to enter into dialogue with other young Canadians and learn about the diversity of their country, its people, its two official languages and its culture.
  • Program: Katimavik Program
  • Recipient: Katimavik OPCAN

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary

1998-1999 Vote 5 Grants and Contributions p.3.8
1999-2000 Vote 5 Grants and Contributions p.4.8
2000-2001: Total Vote 5 Grants and Contributions p. 4.8
2001-2002: Grants and Contributions Vote 5 p. 4.8
2002-2003: Vote 5 Grants and Contributions p. 4.8

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian Identity

  • Transfer Payments

Contributions to non-profit organizations, Canadian institutions, individuals, the private and public sectors and other levels of government for the purpose of furthering participation in Canadian society and Celebrate Canada activities.


Canadian Heritage

Human Rights Program

Allocation from the reserve

$ millions

2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

$0.05

$0.05

$0.05

Description

  • Additional resources in support of a project for the Human Rights Program for research on human dignity, human rights and multiculturalism
  • Program: Human Rights
  • Recipient: University of Quebec at Chicoutimi

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary
    2000-01 - 2002-03: Grants and Contributions Vote 5, p4.18, 4.19 and 4.18 respectively.
  • Programs by Business Line
  • Transfer Payments
    Grant under Grants to non-profit organizations, Canadian Institutions, individuals, the private and public sectors and other levels of Government for the purpose of furthering participation in Canadian society and Celebrate Canada activities.

Canadian Heritage

Francophonie Games

Allocation from the reserve

$millions

2001-02

$3

Description

  • To ensure the broadcasting of the games and the fitting up of the section of the Village located at the University of Ottawa to meet the needs of the game's participants.
  • Program: Hosting
  •  
  • Recipient: Radio Canada, University of Ottawa and other private parties

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary

Grants and contributions Vote 5 p. 4.8

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian Identity

  • Transfer Payments

Contributions to non-profit organizations, Canadian Institutions, individuals, the private and public sectors and other levels of Government for the purpose of furthering participation in Canadian society, p. 4.22


Canadian Heritage

Commemoration of the 400th anniversary of the French presence in America

Allocation from the reserve

$ millions

2001-2002

2003-2004

2004-2005

$.2

$1.5

$3.5

Description

2001-02

Of the approved funding, Canadian Heritage received $100K to defray the costs associated with the development of a genealogical research project on French immigration to Canada, the National Museum of Science and Technology received $100K to contribute to technological expertise to the "Canada et Modernit" project, and DFAIT received $1.3M to position the international component of projects promoting Canadian history and identity (see next page).

2003-04 and 2004-05

Funds to cover expenses for the "French Presence in the Americas" initiative.

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary 2001-02 p. 4.8

Vote 1 Operating expenditures

  • Ministry Summary 2003-04; 2003-04

Not yet in Public Account

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian Identity

  • Transfer Payments

2001-02: None.
2003-04; 2004-05
Not yet in Public Account


Canadian Heritage

Queen's Jubilee

Allocation from the reserve

$ millions

2001-2002

2002-2003

2003-2004

$ 1.3

$10.7

$0.5

Description

  • The celebrate of the Queen's Jubilee in Canada is on opportunity to reflect on those thing to which the Majesty, Canada's Head of State, and her fifty years of service have placed witness
  • Program: Celebrate Canada
  • Recipient: Various

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary

2001-2002 Vote 1 Operating
2002-2003 Vote 1 and Vote 5
2003-2004 None

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian Identity

  • Transfer Payments

2001-2002: None
2002-2003: Contributions to non-profit organizations, Canadian institutions, individuals, the private and public sectors and other levels of government for the purpose of furthering participation in Canadian society and Celebrate Canada! P. 4.21
2003-2004: None


Canadian Heritage

New Brunswick Government's Translation of Municipal Bylaws

Allocation from the reserve

$ millions

2001-2002

$1

Description

  • For the City of Moncton for official languages promotion.
  • Program: Official Languages
  • Recipient: City of Moncton

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary

Grants and Contributions Vote 5a p. 4.8

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian Identity

  • Transfer Payments

Contribution under "Contributions to organizations representing official language minority communities, non-federal public administrations and other organizations for the purpose of furthering the use, acquisition and promotion of the official languages.


Canadian Heritage

City of Ottawa French Language Services Policy

Allocation from the reserve

$ millions

2001-02

$0.5

Description

  • For the City of Ottawa for official languages promotion
  • Program: Official Languages
  • Recipients: City of Ottawa

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary

Grants and Contributions, Vote 5

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian Identity

  • Transfer Payments

Contributions under Contributions to organizations representing official language minority communities, non-federal public administrations and other organizations for the purpose of furthering the use, acquisition and promotion of the official languages.


Canadian Heritage

Youth and Francophones of Tomorrow Initiative

Allocation from the reserve

$ millions

2001-2002

$3.5

Description

  • To support the Youth and Francophones of Tomorrow Initiative
  • Program: Promotion of official languages
  • Recipients: Fondation des Jeux de l'Acadie ($1M)
    • Fondation franco-ontarienne ($1.5M) and Francofonds ($1M)

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary

Grants Vote 5b p. 4.8

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian Identity

  • Transfer Payments

Grants under Grants to organizations representing official language minority communities, non-federal public administrations and other organizations for the purpose of furthering the use, acquisition and promotion of the official languages.


Canadian Heritage

Third World Youth Championships in Athletics

Allocation from the reserve

$ millions

2002-2003

$3

Description

  • Access to funding for the 2003 World Youth Championships in Athletics
  • Program: Hosting Program
  • Recipient: Organizing Committee of 2003 World Youth Championship in Athletics

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary

Vote 1 Operating Expenditures
Vote 5 Grants and Contributions

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian Identity

  • Transfer Payments

Contributions for the Games hosting program


Canadian Heritage

Terry Fox Canadian Youth Centre of CCU

Allocation from the reserve

$ millions

2002-2003

2003-2004

2004-2005

$0.225

$0.770

$0.770

Description

  • Support for the Terry Fox Canadian Youth Centre
  • Program: Exchange Canada Program
  • Recipient: Council for Canadian Unity

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary

2002-2003—2004-2005 Vote 5

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian Identity

  • Transfer Payments

Under "Contributions in support of the Exchanges Canada Initiative", p. 4.21


Canadian Heritage

Orchestre Symphonique de Qubec

Allocation from the reserve

$ millions

2003-2004

$0.130

Description

  • Financial assistance to OSQ to defray part of the costs associated with its Canada tour to celebrate OSQ's centennial.
  • Program: Special Authority
  • Recipient: Orchestre Symphonique de Qubec

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary

Not yet in Public Accounts

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian Identity

  • Transfer Payments

Not yet in Public Accounts


Canadian Heritage

125th Medals

Allocation from the reserve

$ millions

1992-93

$1.3

Description

  • To promote medals to celebrate the 125th anniversary at Celebration in 1992

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary

Included in Vote 1a and 5a, p. 25.4

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian Identity

  • Transfer Payments

None


Canadian Heritage

Know Canada Better

Allocation from the reserve

$ millions

1992-93

$6

Description

  • To provide financial support to groups and organizations to undertake activities designed to facilitate dialogue and exchange among Canadians and knowledge about Canada.

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary

Included in Votes 1a and 5a, p. 25.4

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian identity

  • Transfer Payments

Grants to non-governmental organizations to promote a better understanding amongst Canadians p. 25.10


Canadian Heritage

Aboriginal Constitutional Review

Allocation from the reserve

$ millions

1992-93

$3.1

Description

  1. To fund aboriginal participation in communication activities to provide an objective explanation of the Charlottetown Accord between August 28 and October 26, 1992
  2. Program: The Aboriginal Constitutional Review Program
  3. Recipient: National Representative Aboriginal Organization

Public Accounts References

  • Ministry Summary

In Vote 1a and 5a, p.25.4

  • Programs by Business Line

Canadian Identity

  • Transfer Payments

Social Development: Contribution to Aboriginal associations, aboriginal women's groups, native communications societies, friendship centres and capital assistance for friendship centres p. 25.11