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Ontario has a comprehensive set of measures and regulations to help ensure the safety of drinking water. The following dataset contains information about the drinking water systems, laboratories and facilities the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks is responsible for monitoring to ensure compliance with Ontario's drinking water laws. The dataset includes information about: * the number and type of registered systems and laboratories * drinking water quality test results * adverse water quality incidents * activities to support reduced lead in drinking water * enforcement activities related to inspections * orders and convictions * system operator certification
The table consolidates the human resources, financial resources and contracting services on evaluation and the use of evaluation reports submitted by large departments and agencies.
Departmental Plan (DPs) are forward-looking documents that provide plans for each department and agency (excluding Crown corporations). They describe departmental priorities, expected results and associated resource requirements covering three fiscal years.
DPs are normally tabled by the President of the Treasury Board on behalf of the Government of Canada, on or before March 31 each year. They are a component of Part III (Departmental Expenditure Plans) of the Estimates process, along with the Departmental Result Reports.
Departmental Results Report (DRRs) are individual department and agency accounts of actual accomplishments against plans, priorities and expected results set out in their respective Departmental Plan (DP). DRRs and DPs make up Part III (the Departmental Expenditure Plans) of the Estimates publications.
Through DRRs, individual departments and agencies provide information on how they are progressing toward their strategic goals—also known as strategic outcomes. DRRs cover the most recently completed fiscal year and are normally tabled in the fall.
Crown timber charges are composed of: 1. stumpage price 2. Forestry Futures Trust charge 3. Forest Renewal Trust charge The stumpage price is made up of 3 components: 1. minimum price: adjusted annually and set by species and product sector on April 1 of each year 2. residual value price: adjusted monthly and varies based on market prices of product sectors and species 3. administration: $1.00/cubic metre for trees exported outside Canada for manufacturing Stumpage prices (minimum and residual value) are calculated by using the Ontario Crown Timber Prices (Stumpage) monthly tables. The licensee or Agent for the Crown is responsible for paying Crown charges.
Responsibility for the integrity and objectivity of the accompanying financial statements for the year ended March 31st and all information contained in these statements rests with the management of Shared Services Canada. These financial statements have been prepared by management using the Government of Canada’s accounting policies, which are based on Canadian public sector accounting standards.
This dataset provides a listing and relevant details for forest resource processing facilities (mills) that are licensed and operating or require a licence to operate in Ontario. Contents include: * Facility Code * Name * Facility Type * MNRF Region * Address * City * Province * Postal Code * Latitudinal and Longitudinal Coordinates All facilities that use 1,000 cubic metres or more of forest resources in one year require a facility licence.
This table presents planned spending by Program based on Departmental Plans. This table also aligns planned spending with the Whole-of-Government framework by linking each Program spending line with its corresponding Government of Canada Spending and Activity Areas. In order to provide a more complete picture of the government’s overall planned spending, this table also contains planned spending information for organizations that are not required to provide a Departmental Plan, notably: Crown corporations; Parliamentary entities; the International Joint Commission (Canadian Section); the Office of the Governor General’s Secretary; the Canadian Security Intelligence Service; and the Communication Security Establishment. For these organizations, this table reproduces the planned spending information found in the Main Estimates.
The Future-Oriented Statement of Operations has been prepared on the basis of government priorities and departmental plans as described in the Departmental Plan.