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Section 3 – Supplementary Information

3.1 List of Supplementary Information Tables

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:

  • Green Procurement
  • Horizontal Initiatives
  • All upcoming Internal Audits over the next three fiscal years (2010/2011 – 2012/2013)
  • All upcoming Evaluations over the next three fiscal years (2010/2011 – 2012/2013)
  • Sources of Respendable and Non-Respendable Revenue
  • Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity
  • User Fees
  • Revolving Fund – CORCAN


3.2 Performance Indicators against Corporate Priorities


3.3 Contact Information

Correctional Service of Canada Internet site:

CSC Contacts:
Bill Staubi
Director General
Performance Management
340 Laurier Avenue West
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A, 0P9
Telephone: (613) 992-8723
Facsimile: (613) 995-5064

Lynn Garrow
Assistant Commissioner
Policy, Research and Performance Assurance
340 Laurier Avenue West
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0P9
Telephone: (613) 996-1710
Facsimile: (613) 943-9292

1 Corrections and Conditional Release Regulations (





6 This number reflects the December 24, 2008 closure of Isabel McNeil House


8 Note that an offender can appear more than once in the conditional release flow through count. An offender may be released from an institution more than once during a year and thereby will be counted more than once. In addition, if an offender spent a portion of the year incarcerated and another portion supervised, the offender will appear in both the institutional and community flow through count.

9 This figure includes active Indeterminate and Term employees.

10 As per data released by Statistics Canada (2006 Census Data).


12 Message from the Commissioner (2009-10-06).

13 Offenders are released according to various provisions of the Corrections and Conditional Release Act. Some offenders are released by law, while others are released as a result of the decision-making authority of the National Parole Board.

14 CORCAN is a separate agency within CSC that provides the employment and job readiness programs for offenders as well as producing products and services for the marketplace.

15 The revolving fund provides a funding mechanism for CORCAN (i.e., functions like a line of credit).

16 The Reference Level is the current dollar balance of funding available to CSC for each year as approved by Treasury Board and/or statutory estimates related to statutes of Canada.

17 Based on 2008-09 Main Estimates, Internal Services costs were reallocated into the distribution.

18 Reduction in funding for fiscal year 2010-11 and beyond reflects sunset provision for the Transformation Agenda.

19 The corporate risks are shown in Section 1.6 - Risk Analysis.

20 The Corporate Risk Profile provides a complete overview of the various mitigation strategies.


22 The Corporate Business Plan includes the complete list of plans. It is available upon request.

23 The Executive Development Symposium (November 24-26, 2009) focussed on Community Corrections. A number of action oriented items emerged from the discussions and will be used for developing Community Corrections commitments at all levels of the organization for the short and medium term. A number of plans listed under the Correctional Interventions and Community Supervision Program Activities reflect CSC's commitment to strengthening Community Corrections.