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In June 2016, as part of the Open Government Action Plan, the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat (TBS) committed to increasing the transparency and usefulness of grants and contribution data and subsequently launched the Guidelines on the Reporting of Grants and Contributions Awards, effective April 1, 2018.

The rules and principles governing government grants and contributions are outlined in the Treasury Board Policy on Transfer Payments. Transfer payments are transfers of money, goods, services or assets made from an appropriation to individuals, organizations or other levels of government, without the federal government directly receiving goods or services in return, but which may require the recipient to provide a report or other information subsequent to receiving payment. These expenditures are reported in the Public Accounts of Canada. The major types of transfer payments are grants, contributions and 'other transfer payments'.

Included in this category, but not to be reported under proactive disclosure of awards, are (1) transfers to other levels of government such as Equalization payments as well as Canada Health and Social Transfer payments. (2) Grants and contributions reallocated or otherwise redistributed by the recipient to third parties; and (3) information that would normally be withheld under the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act.

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Sep. 2, 2019
Agreement: Information sessions on the implications of moving into long-term care and medicalassistance in dying (10757130) (Sep. 2, 2019 - Mar. 31, 2021)

The project aims to convey information to Francophone seniors of New Brunswick on subjects related to justice, including medicalassistance in dying and moving into long-term care.

Organization: Department of Justice Canada
Location: Moncton , New Brunswick, Canada E1A3E9
DetailsRef # 119-2019-2020-Q2-00071 (Grant)  
Recipient Business Number: 899658496
Additional Information:

Multi-year Project: from 20192020 to 20202021

Federal Riding Name: Moncton--Riverview--Dieppe (13007)
Program: Access to Justice in Both Official Languages Support Fund

The Support Fund provides resources to facilitate access to justice in both official languages through various means, such as legal and linguistic tools, workshops and training to bilingual lawyers and justice system stakeholders, related training material and public legal education and information.



Nov. 30, 2018

The project aims to prepare materials that will be used to convey information to francophone seniors of New Brunswick on subjects related to justice, including medicalassistance in dying.

Organization: Department of Justice Canada
Location: Moncton , New Brunswick, Canada
DetailsRef # 119-2018-2019-Q3-00107 (Grant)  
Program: Community diversification program (CED-Diversification)

Business Performance

Li, Madeline


Oct. 1, 2018

The Longitudinal Study of MedicalAssistance in Dying (MAiD) in Patients with Advanced Cancer

Organization: Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5G 2C4
DetailsRef # 236-2018-2019-Q3-00579 (Grant)  
Research Organization: University Health Network (Toronto)

Moon, Christine


May 1, 2018

MedicalAssistance in Dying (MAID) in Canada for Racialized Canadians

Organization: Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Location: Kingston, Ontario, Canada K7L 3N6
DetailsRef # 236-2018-2019-Q1-00539 (Grant)  
Additional Information:

Grant administered and paid on behalf of Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council (Ottawa, Ontario).

Research Organization: Queen's University (Kingston, Ontario)

Canadian Association for Community Living


Jul. 20, 2017
Agreement: Promoting Human Flourishing in the Context of MedicalAssistance in Dying (014 1440625)
Organization: Employment and Social Development Canada
Location: Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
DetailsRef # GC-2017-Q2-00018 (Contribution)  
Recipient Business Number: 106842545RR0001
Program: Social Development Partnerships Program - Disability Issues

The objectives of the Program are to: support the development and utilization of effective approaches to address social issues and challenges; develop, exchange and apply knowledge, tools and resources that address social needs of individuals, families and communities; foster partnerships and networks to address existing and emerging social issues; recognize and support the ability of not-for-profit organizations to identify and address social development priorities; and, recognize and promote community engagement initiatives (e.g. volunteerism, corporate social responsibility, innovation by not-for-profit organizations, partnerships, coalitions) that mobilize community assets and develop capacities and resources for action.

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