Section III More Financial Tables and Supplementary Information

3.1 Table 1: PAA Crosswalk
3.2 Table 2: PAA Financial Crosswalk
3.3 Table 3: Departmental Link to the Government of Canada's Outcomes
3.4 Table 4: Sustainable Development Strategy (SDS)


3.1 Table 1: PAA Crosswalk



3.2 Table 2: PAA Financial Crosswalk

3.2 Table 2: PAA Financial Crosswalk



3.3 Table 3: Departmental Link to the Government of Canada's Outcomes ($ millions)

3.3 Table 3: Departmental Link to the Government of Canada's Outcomes



3.1 Table 1: PAA Crosswalk

3.4 Table 4: Sustainable Development Strategy (SDS)



1. SDS departmental goals
Agenda 2009: A Sustainable Development Strategy for Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada defines sustainable development initiatives for the 2007-2009 period. The initiatives support two broad goals and five objectives:
Goal 1: Ensure greater integration of sustainable development into departmental policies, programs and operations.

Objective 1.1: Organizational structures and processes support meaningful and significant sustainable development objectives.
Objective 1.2: Improved environmental management practices through the Environmental Management System.

Goal 2: Advance Canada's sustainable development interests related to foreign affairs and international trade.

Objective 2.1: Effective promotion of international security and respect for human rights, good governance and the rule of law as prerequisites for sustainable development.
Objective 2.2: Enhanced Canadian prosperity through advancement of Canadian sustainable development interests and priorities in trade relations, policies and programs.
Objective 2.3: Advancing Canada's interests on key environmental and sustainable development issues.



Key SDS results achieved in 2008 will be summarized in the Departmental Performance Report, and details on the status of SDS commitments will be outlined in the Agenda 2009 annual reports. Below are a few examples of commitments and expected results from Agenda 2009 for 2008.


2. Federal SD goal, including Greening Government Operations (GGO) goals 3. Performance measurement from current SDS 4. Department's expected results for 2008-2009
Goal 6.1 and GGO target Number of green procurement targets that are developed and approved.

Number of facilities where weapons-grade nuclear material will be secured.

Three green procurement targets will be established and specific performance indicators will be identified.

Nuclear materials at three to five facilities will be secured against potential threats.

  Negotiations on access and benefit sharing to assist countries in meeting the World Summit on Sustainable Development target of a significant reduction by 2010 in the current rate of loss of biological diversity. Working with other countries to continue the elaboration of, and negotiation on, the overall international regime on access and benefit sharing (ABS) of genetic resources related to the Convention on Biological Diversity at the ABS Working Group and COP 9 (Ninth Session of the Conference of the Parties).

Supplementary Information

Please note that the following tables are not published in the printed version of the RPP.

  1. Details on Transfer Payment Programs
  2. Evaluations
  3. Foundations (Conditional Grants)
  4. Green Procurement
  5. Horizontal Initiatives
  6. Internal Audits and Mission Inspections
  7. Loans, Investments, and Advances (Non-budgetary)
  8. Progress Toward the Department’s Regulatory Plan
  9. Passport Canada Revolving Fund (Statement of Operations, Statement of Cash Flows, and Projected Use of Authority)
  10. Services Received Without Charge
  11. Sources of Respendable and Non-respendable Revenue
  12. Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity
  13. User Fees

Details on Transfer Payment Programs: Summary

Over the next three years the department will manage the following transfer payment programs in excess of $5 million:

2008-2009
Program Activity 2: Diplomacy and Advocacy

2009-2010
Program Activity 2: Diplomacy and Advocacy

2010-2011
Program Activity 2: Diplomacy and Advocacy

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