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The report, which is tabled under section 20 of the Service Fees Act and subsection 4.2.8 of the Directive on Charging and Special Financial Authorities, contains information about the fees that the OAG had the authority to set in the 2019–20 fiscal year
CIRNAC fees are mainly collected by the Northern Affairs Organization, which collects over 99% of the departmental fees from issuance of exploration, discovery, and production licenses for the development of natural resources on federal lands in the North.
FedDev Ontario's 2019-20 Departmental Results Report (DRR) provides an account to Parliament and Canadians of accomplishments made against plans, priorities and results set out in the 2019–20 Departmental Plan (DP).
In 2019–20, CIRNAC, Indigenous peoples and Northerners continued to work together to achieve progress in the following three priority areas: accelerating the renewal of the relationship with Indigenous peoples, modernizing institutional structures and governance to support self-determination, and advancing work in the North.
Actual spending has increased from $4.4 billion in 2018–19 to $6.2 billion in 2019–20. The increase of $1.8 billion primarily reflects: funding for loan forgiveness of comprehensive land claim negotiation loans (+$919 million) and advancing reconciliation by settling specific claims (+$883 million).
This report is submitted to the Parliament of Canada pursuant to section 11 of the Lobbying Act (Act) R.S.C., 1985, c. 44 (4th Supp.).
Within three months after the end of each fiscal year, the Commissioner must prepare a report about the administration of the Lobbying Act during that fiscal year. The Commissioner is required to submit the report to the Speaker of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Commons. Each Speaker tables the report in the House over which they preside.
Indigenous Services Canada was created in 2017 to improve access to high-quality services for First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples, to support and empower Indigenous peoples in the control and delivery of those services, and improve the quality of life and safety in their communities.
The Departmental Results Report (DRR) is part of the Estimates family of documents required by the Treasury Board Secretariat. Estimates documents support appropriation acts, which specify the amounts and broad purposes for which funds can be spent by the Government.
National Advisory Committee on Immunization’s planned work for the 2019-2020 fiscal year (April 2019 – March 2020).
Data provided shows grants and contributions provided to Canadian firms by National Research Council (NRC) and its Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP) between April 1, 2019 and March 31, 2020.
he Privacy Act (Revised Statute of Canada 1985, Chapter P-21) was proclaimed on July 1, 1983. The Privacy Act extends to individual Canadian citizens and permanent residents, the right of access to information about themselves held by the government, subject to specific and limited exceptions. The Privacy Act also protects the individual's right to privacy by preventing others from having access to personal information and gives individuals substantial control over its collection and use. Section 72 of the Privacy Act requires that the head of every government institution prepare an annual report on the administration of the Privacy Act within the institution during each financial year for submission to Parliament.