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This Plan provides an overview of the Agency’s priorities and its plans to strengthen overall population health in Canada. The report highlights PHAC’s key anticipated outcomes and results, as well as human resources and budgetary plans for the upcoming fiscal year.
This Plan outlines the Agency's priorities for the year and it is a guide to help Canadians understand the diverse and strategic ways the Agency strengthens public health at all levels.
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.
The Open Government Implementation Plan document describes the Public Service Commission of Canada’s (PSC) planned activities and deliverables for 2022-2024.
Public health involves the organized efforts of society that aim to keep people healthy and to prevent illness, injury and premature death. The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) has put in place programs, services and policies to help protect and promote the health of all Canadians and residents of Canada. In Canada, public health is a responsibility that is shared by all three levels of government in collaboration with the private sector, non-governmental organizations, health professionals and the public.
The Open Government Implementation Plan (OGIP) for the Canadian Food Inspection Agency serves to outline the approach which the Agency will undertake to meet the requirements in the Directive on Open Government.
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.
2017–18 Departmental Plan provides parliamentarians and Canadians with information on what we do and the results we are trying to achieve during the upcoming year.
This update shows you the progress we have made on the Medical Devices Action Plan (MDAP), and points to areas where we will continue to deliver results to Canadians.
The Government Estimates report the requirements for public monies from the General Revenue Fund to fund the operations of the Government for the applicable fiscal year. Together with the Offices of the Legislative Assembly Estimates, the estimates documents identify the total requirements for public monies from the General Revenue Fund for the year. The estimates make up part of the Government’s annual budget, which also includes the fiscal plan, the government’s strategic or performance plan, and the ministry business plans.