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Section III – Supplementary Information

3.1 List of Supplementary Information

  • The Departmental Plan for Transfer Payment Programs (TPPs) (
  • Details on Transfer Payment Programs (TPP)
  • Green Procurement
  • Upcoming Internal Audits and Evaluations over the next three fiscal years
  • Sources of Respendable and Non-Respendable Revenue

(All electronic supplementary information tables found in the 2010-11 Report on Plans and Priorities can be found on the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat's web site at:

3.2 Other Items of Interest

  1. CIHR's Strategic Plan: Health Research Roadmap: Creating innovative research for better health and health care 2009/10 - 2013/14:
  2. Various CIHR Annual Reports:
  3. Knowledge Translation and Commercialization:
  4. CIHR Institutes – More information, including Institute Strategic Plans and Annual Reports, is available through CIHR's web site:

3.3 Internet Addresses

Site URL
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Home Page
Aboriginal Peoples' Health
Cancer Research
Circulatory and Respiratory Health
Gender and Health
Health Services and Policy Research
Human Development, Child and Youth Health
Infection & Immunity
Musculoskeletal Health and Arthritis
Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction
Nutrition, Metabolism and Diabetes
Population and Public Health

  1. For the past 48 years, these annual awards, named after Toronto businessman, James Gairdner, have recognized the work of the world's leading scientists and increased public awareness of the value of scientific research and discovery. Historically, one in four Gairdner awardees has gone on to win a Nobel Prize.