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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.

Found four records


Jun. 1, 2012

HIV Post-Exposure Prophylaxis Clinic: Risk factors for Failing to Attend, and Facilitating Care for High-Risk Patients.

Organization: Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5G 1X5


Feb. 1, 2020
Agreement: Operating Grant: COVID-19 - Transmission dynamics/animal host/modeling (154697) (Feb. 1, 2020 - Jan. 31, 2022)

The specific objectives of the Canadian 2019-nCoVrapid research funding opportunity are to:

• Contribute to the global response to the 2019-nCoV outbreak;
• Enhance local, national and/or international collaborative efforts to mitigate the rapid spread of 2019-nCoV and its potential negative consequences;
• Strengthen the understanding of the impact of 2019-nCoV on individuals and communities; and
• Provide evidence to inform clinical and public health response, and/or decision-making and planning at national and international levels.

Organization: Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Program Name: Research in Priority Areas
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5G 2C4


Apr. 1, 2021
Agreement: Project Grant (159063) (Apr. 1, 2021 - Mar. 31, 2026)

The Project Grant program is expected to:

• Support a diverse portfolio of health-related research and knowledge translation proposals at any stage, from discovery to application, including commercialization;
• Promote relevant collaborations across disciplines, professions, and sectors; and
• Contribute to the creation and use of health-related knowledge.

Organization: Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Program Name: Investigator-Initiated Research
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5G 2C4


Mar. 31, 2021
Agreement: New Frontiers in Research Fund - Exploration (Mar. 31, 2021 - Mar. 30, 2023)

The Exploration stream of the NFRF program supports high risk, high reward and interdisciplinary research that is not easily supported through funding opportunities currently offered by the three agencies. It seeks to inspire projects that bring disciplines together beyond traditional disciplinary or common interdisciplinary approaches by research teams with the capacity to explore something new, which might fail but has the potential for significant impact. Exploration grants aim to have a variety of types of impacts, some of which might be social, economic, scientific, artistic or cultural. This is not an exhaustive list; other types of impacts are also recognized.

Organization: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
Program Name: New Frontiers in Research Fund
Location: TORONTO, Ontario, Canada M5G2C4
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