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Table 13: Departmental Link to the Government of Canada Outcomes
|Program Activity||Expected Results||2008-09||2009-10||2010-11||Alignment to Gov’t of Canada Outcome Area|
|Strategic Outcome 1.0: People—A First-Class Research Capacity in the Social Sciences and Humanities|
|1.1 Fellowships, Scholarships and Prizes||Highly qualified personnel, expert in research, are available to pursue various knowledge-intensive careers within universities, industry, government and other sectors.||104.1||106.0||106.0||An innovative and knowledge-based economy|
|1.2 Canada Research Chairs||A world-class research capacity is enhanced in social sciences and humanities in Canadian universities and research institutes through the attraction and retention of excellent researchers.||61.8||61.8||61.8||An innovative and knowledge-based economy|
|Strategic Outcome 2.0: Research—New Knowledge Based on Excellent Research in the Social Sciences and Humanities|
|2.1 Investigator-Framed Research||Investigator-framed research creates a synergy contributing to observable knowledge advancement and dissemination of research results throughout the academic community and beyond.||91.0||90.3||90.3||An innovative and knowledge-based economy|
|2.2 Targeted Research and Training Initiatives||Excellent SSHRC-funded research is targeted in areas of importance to Canadians (as defined by SSHRC, in consultation with the research community and various stakeholders).||19.0||22.0||18.8||An innovative and knowledge-based economy|
|2.3 Strategic Research Development||Research institutions are supported to conduct research development, and new research and researchers are attracted in strategic and critical areas.||27.3||24.3||24.3||An innovative and knowledge-based economy|
|Strategic Outcome 3.0: Knowledge Mobilization—The Transfer, Dissemination and Use of Social Sciences and Humanities Knowledge|
|3.1 Research Communication and Interaction||Interactions between researchers and between researchers and users of research are taking place.||27.4||27.6||27.6||An innovative and knowledge-based economy|
|Strategic Outcome 4.0: Institutional Environment—A Strong Canadian Science and Research Environment|
|4.1 Indirect Costs of Research||Universities and colleges have the necessary resources, research facilities and services to carry out and mobilize world-class research, and have the ability to meet their institutional teaching and citizenship mandates while carrying out world-class research.||315.1||315.1||315.1||An innovative and knowledge-based economy|
The following tables are available on the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat website, at http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/rpp/2008-2009/info/info-eng.asp :