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III. Supplementary Information

Financial Tables

Table 1: Departmental Links to the Government of Canada Outcomes

Strategic Outcome: A Safe and Resilient Canada
Program Activities Expected
Planned Spending Alignment of Canada Outcome Area
2008–09 2009–10 2010–11
National Security Strong policies and legislation which advance Canada's National Security objectives 10,194 10,594 9,699
  • Safe and secure communities
  • Safe and secure world through international cooperation
Emergency Management Canadians are safe and better prepared to respond to natural and human-induced disasters 227,610 193,338 190,444
  • Safe and secure communities
  • Safe and secure world through international cooperation
Law Enforcement Safer Communities and more effective policing through strategic national law enforcement policies 134,487 132,931 132,951
  • Safe and secure communities
Corrections Safe and effective reintegration of eligible offenders into Canadian communities 9,536 9,653 9,145
  • Safe and secure communities
Reduced offending among targeted populations 39,507 39,401 39,423
  • Safe and secure communities
Border Management Efficient and secure borders which facilitate legitimate trade and travel and address risks off-shore to the extent possible 2,940 2,867 2,881
  • Safe and secure communities
  • Safe and secure world through international cooperation
  • A strong and mutually beneficial North American partnership
Interoperability Information sharing is facilitated to promote public safety and security objectives 8,565 5,584 5,606
  • Safe and secure communities

Table 2: Sustainable Development Strategy (SDS)

1. SDS Departmental Goals:

  1. Reduced energy consumption and green house gas (GHG) emissions
  2. Reduced Departmental vehicle usage and GHG emissions
  3. Most products and services procured are 'green'
  4. Maximize departmental contribution to sustainable communities

2. Federal sustainable development goal, including greening government operations (GGO) goals

The department will contribute to federal sustainable development by adhering to federal environmental quality and sustainable development management goals.

The relevant goals for the department are :

  1. Clean air
  2. Reduce greenhouse gas emissions
  3. Sustainable communities
  4. Sustainable use of natural resources

3. Performance measurement from current SDS

Building Energy:

  1. Reduction in use of paper for printing/copying
  2. Reduction of office electricity use
  3. Completion of energy audits for PS offices located in NCR by 2007-08 and by 2008-09
  4. Completion of GHG emissions reduction strategy for PS offices located in NCR by 2007-08 and 2008-09

Vehicle Emissions:

  1. Increase in number of green or fuel-efficient vehicles leased or rented by PS staff
  2. Increase in number of new users of public transit services
  3. Reduction of fuel purchased on PS business per kilometre driven

Green Procurement:

  1. Reduced energy use in offices
  2. Increase in percentage of "green products" procured
  3. All toner cartridges used are remanufactured or recycled
  4. Reduction in the number of toner cartridges sent to landfill (waste)
  5. Increase in volume of computer and office equipment diverted to E-waste depots or returned to manufacturers.
  6. Increase in volume of recycled materials diverted to recycling programs

Sustainable Communities:

  1. Emergency management legislation in force
  2. National critical infrastructure plan implemented
  3. Number of youths engaged in gang prevention activities
  4. Number of projects aimed at reducing substance-related crime
  5. Number of projects funded to lower risk factors for at-risk families and children

4. Department's expected results for

  1. Public Safety offices will have improved energy conservation performance
  2. Reduced vehicle fleet and staff private vehicle GHG emissions
  3. Products and services purchased have a lesser or reduced effect on human health and the environment
  4. Community sustainability is enhanced