Departmental Plan 2017-18
Horizontal Initiatives


Name of Horizontal Initiative

Phase 1 of Investing in Canada plan

Lead department

Infrastructure Canada

Federal partner organizations

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Canadian Heritage, Employment and Social Development Canada, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Health Canada, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, Natural Resources Canada, Parks Canada.*

Non-federal partners contributing financially to the initiative

Provincial, territorial, and municipal jurisdictions, as well as non-governmental organizations and private organizations are partnering with the federal government in the delivery of the Plan.

Start date of the horizontal initiative

April 1, 2016.

End date of the horizontal initiative

March 31, 2021.

Total federal funding allocated (start to end date) (dollars)

$11,852,378,000

Total federal planned spending to date (dollars)

Not applicable as of the last fiscal year; the start date is after fiscal year 2015-16.

Total federal actual spending to date (dollars)

Not applicable as of last fiscal year; the start date is after fiscal year 2015-16.

Funding contributed by non-federal partners

Provincial, territorial, and municipal jurisdictions as well as private organizations and non-governmental organizations are sharing the costs of projects funded under the Plan to varying levels depending on the various Phase 1 programs terms and conditions. Funds leveraged from partners for the delivery of the Plan are estimated to $6,815,913,000 in total.

Governance structures

The governance structure of the Phase 1 of Investing in Canada Plan consists of the Assistant Deputy Ministers Steering Committee (ADMSC) and two interdepartmental working groups chaired by INFC: 1) a Director-level Horizontal Reporting Working Group, 2) a Director-level Interdepartmental Communications Working Group. This governance structure is supported by Infrastructure Canada in its role as the lead department.

The ADMSC on Infrastructure is chaired by INFC Policy and Communications Branch and affirms an overall leadership role among Phase 1 departments.

The Horizontal Reporting Working Group is supported by INFC Program Integration Directorate of the Program Operations Branch. It leverages the participant departments' governance to make decisions regarding monitoring implementation and results of this horizontal initiative. It also oversees and coordinates the reporting activities of the horizontal initiative.

The Interdepartmental Communications Working Group is supported by INFC's Policy and Communications Branch, Public Affairs Directorate and it coordinates and oversees communications activities for Canada's infrastructure plan, Investing in Canada. The group meets as needed and communicates information, identifies partnership opportunities and supports the decision-making of this whole-of-government initiative.

Additionally, heads of evaluation from all departments are working together to develop a horizontal evaluation strategy to provide a neutral assessment of the performance of the infrastructure investments.

Contact Information

Laura Di Paolo
Director General
Program Integration Directorate
Program Operation Branch
180, Kent Street
Ottawa Ontario K1P 0B6
613-948-9392
laura.dipaolo@canada.ca

* The Regional Development Agencies (RDA) received funding for the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program. In order to avoid duplication of efforts, as they are already reporting through the separate Canada 150 Horizontal Initiative, they do not report under this Horizontal Initiative. These RDA are: Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA); Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions (CED); Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency (CanNor); Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario); Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario (FedNor); Western Economic Diversification Canada (WD).

Results Information

Description of the horizontal initiative

The Department of Infrastructure Canada is responsible for coordinating the reporting for federal departments implicated in Phase 1 Investing in Canada plan. Unfolding over a period of five years, this $11.9 billion initiative focuses primarily on investments for rehabilitation of infrastructure over fiscal years 2016-17 and 2017-18. As part of the broader Investing in Canada plan, this initiative is being followed by a second, longer term and more ambitious phase of investments.

As articulated in Budget 2016, federal infrastructure investments constitute a key priority of the Government, given their potential to improve the quality of life for Canadians by responding to the rapid growth of Canada's cities, climate change, and threats to water and land. Three major pillars of investments are targeted by this initiative:

  • $5.0 billion for green infrastructure in order to support a resilient and strong Canadian economy, promote sustainable development and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
  • $3.4 billion for social infrastructure priorities, investing in Canada's communities by promoting inclusive growth, improving quality of life and lifting more Canadians out of poverty.
  • $3.4 billion for public transit infrastructure, which is aimed at connecting people to support strong and sustainable communities by improving reliability, efficiency, safety and accessibility of public transit systems across the country.

In addition, a particular focus is given to Indigenous infrastructure to improve water, wastewater, solid waste management, housing, education, and healthcare infrastructure for First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities across Canada. Through the green and social pillars, nearly $3.5 billion are directly targeted to Indigenous Canadians on reserve.

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation

Not applicable

Shared outcome of federal partners

Improve the resilience of communities and transition to a clean growth economy
Investments will build more modern and sustainable communities; support Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions reduction; ensure infrastructure can withstand the impacts of climate change and extreme weather; reduce water, air and soil pollution; and ensure public infrastructure performs well and is in a state of good repair.

Example of Performance indicators

  1. Percentage of Canadian municipalities with improved low carbon and resilience practices as a result of program
  2. Number of wastewater systems that have met or exceeded applicable regulations and guidelines as a result of funding

Target(s)

TBD

Data source and frequency of monitoring and reporting

Expected Results, Performance Indicators and Targets section

Expected outcome or result of non-federal and non-governmental partners

Not applicable

Shared outcome of federal partners

Improve social inclusion and socio-economic outcomes of Canadians:
Investments will build communities in which all Canadians have the opportunity to succeed by providing greater access to quality affordable housing, shelters, early learning and child care, cultural and recreational infrastructure, and reliable public transit. Investments will also support improved physical accessibility and safety for people with disabilities.

Example of Performance indicators

  1. Number of new constructed units off-reserve
  2. Number of people placed in more stable housing through Homelessness Partnering Strategy interventions, including Housing First

Target(s)

TBD

Data source and frequency of monitoring and reporting

  • Canadian Census
  • Core Public Infrastructure Survey
  • Core Public Infrastructure Survey
  • Arts and Heritage in Canada: Access and Availability Survey

Expected outcome or result of non-federal and non-governmental partners

Not applicable

Shared outcome of federal partners

Create long term growth
Investments in 21st century infrastructure will strengthen Canada's economy for the future. In building smart cities, increasing the flow of trade through ports and airports, and by more efficiently moving goods and people through our congested cities, Canada will increase growth and create jobs for the middle class.

Example of Performance indicators
  1. Estimated funding leveraged from partners as a percentage of federal funding for provinces, territories, and private organizations
Target(s)
Infrastructure spending by provinces, territories, and municipalities will not decrease.
Data source and frequency of monitoring and reporting

Expected Results, Performance Indicators and Targets section

Expected outcome or result of non-federal and non-governmental partners
Not applicable

Planning Information

Federal organizations Link to departmental Program Alignment Architectures Contributing programs and activities Total allocation (from start to end date) (dollars) 2017-18 Planned spending (dollars) 2017-18 Expected results, performance indicators and targets

Infrastructure Canada

Program 1.3: Investments in National Infrastructure Priorities

Asset Management Fund

50,000,000

12,169,500

ER2 - PI2.1 - T2.1

Program 1.3: Investments in National Infrastructure Priorities

Capacity Building for Climate Change Challenges fund

75,000,000

14,957,700

ER2 - PI2.2 - T2.2
ER3 - PI3.1 - T3.1

Program 1.4: Large-Scale Infrastructure Investments

NBCF-PTIC-NRP: Adaptation and Climate Resistant Infrastructure Projects

412,725,000

3,000,000

ER3 - PI3.3 - T3.3
ER3 - PI3.4 - T3.4

Program 1.3: Investments in National Infrastructure Priorities

Codes, Guides and Specifications for Climate-Resilient Public Infrastructure

40,000,000

9,000,000

ER3 - PI3.5 - T3.5

Program 1.3: Investments in National Infrastructure Priorities

Clean Water and Wastewater Fund

1,993,487,985

956,803,069

ER4 - PI4.1 - T4.1
ER4 - PI4.2 - T4.2
ER4 - PI4.3 - T4.3
ER4 - PI4.4 - T4.4
ER4 - PI4.5 - T4.5

Program 1.3: Investments in National Infrastructure Priorities

Public Transit Infrastructure Fund

3,381,503,777

1,688,957,110

ER5 - PI5.1 - T5.1
ER5 - PI5.2 - T5.2
ER5 - PI5.3 - T5.3
ER6 - PI6.1 - T6.1

N/A

Internal Services

22,518,342

8,255,648

N/A

Environment and Climate Change Canada

Sub-Program 3.2.3: Environmental Technology

Green Municipal Fund

0*

0*

ER3 - PI3.2 - T3.2
[Indicator(s) TBC : agreement with the delivery partner under negotiation]

Internal Services

0

0

N/A

* Between 2000 and 2005, the Government of Canada endowed the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) with $550 million to administer a revolving fund for grants, loans and loan guarantees to encourage investment in municipal environmental projects. Budget 2016 committed an additional top-up of $125M for the GMF in FY 2017-18. Half of this funding would flow through Environment and Climate Change Canada and half through Natural Resources Canada.

Federal organizations Link to departmental Program Alignment Architectures Contributing programs and activities Total allocation (from start to end date) (dollars) 2017-18 Planned spending (dollars) 2017-18 Expected results, performance indicators and targets

Natural Resources Canada

Sub-program 2.1.4: Energy Efficiency

Green Municipal Fund

0*

0*

ER3 - PI3.2 - T3.2
[Indicator(s) TBC : agreement with the delivery partner under negotiation]

Sub-program 2.1.3: Alternative Transportation Fuels
Sub-program 2.2.3: Clean Energy Science and Technology

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Deployment and Technology Demonstration

61,656,012

48,121,240

ER3 - PI3.6 - T3.6
ER3 - PI3.7 - T3.7

Sub-program 2.1.2 Support for Clean Energy Decision Making

Regional Electricity Cooperation and Strategic Infrastructure

2,245,130

1,372,977

ER3 - PI3.8 - T3.8


ER3 - PI3.9 - T3.9

Internal Services**

919,096**

614,690**

N/A

* Between 2000 and 2005, the Government of Canada endowed the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) with $550 million to administer a revolving fund for grants, loans and loan guarantees to encourage investment in municipal environmental projects. Budget 2016 committed an additional top-up of $125M for the GMF in FY 2017-18. Half of this funding would flow through Environment and Climate Change Canada and half through Natural Resources Canada.

** These amounts do not account for the Green Municipal Fund

Federal organizations Link to departmental Program Alignment Architectures Contributing programs and activities Total allocation (from start to end date) (dollars) 2017-18 Planned spending (dollars) 2017-18 Expected results, performance indicators and targets

Parks Canada

Sub-Program 1.2.5: Other Heritage Places Conservation

National Cost-Sharing Program for Heritage Places

19,568,350

9,800,400

ER7 - PI7.4 - T7.4

Internal Services

0

0

N/A

Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

Sub-program 3.4.1: Water and Wastewater

Water and Wastewater*

610,957,302

318,238,092

ER1 - PI1.1 - T1.1
ER1 - PI1.2 - T1.2
ER1 - PI1.3 - T1.3
ER1 - PI1.4 - T1.4
ER1 - PI1.5 - T1.5

Sub-Programs 3.2.4: Contaminated Sites (On-Reserve)

First Nations Waste Management Initiative*

111,268,445

95,948,348

ER1 - PI1.6 - T1.6
ER1 - PI1.7 - T1.7

Sub-Programs 3.4.3: Housing

On-Reserve Housing Funds

414,759,346

207,371,223

ER9 - PI9.1 - T9.1
ER9 - PI9.2 - T9.2
ER9 - PI9.3 - T9.3
ER9 - PI9.4 - T9.4

Sub-Programs 3.4.3: Housing

Inuit Housing

80,000,000

54,500,000

ER9 - PI9.6- T9.6

Sub-program 3.4.4: Other Community Infrastructure and Activities

First Nations Infrastructure Fund – Cultural and Recreational Centers

75,064,862

41,223,658

ER9 - PI9.9- T9.9
ER9 - PI9.10- T9.10

Internal Services

6,359,581

3,323,979

N/A

* Funding for both initiatives was announced for five years. However, only two years were accessed via a Treasury board submission in 2016-2017 and subsequent approval will be required to access future funding.

Federal organizations Link to departmental Program Alignment Architectures Contributing programs and activities Total allocation (from start to end date) (dollars) 2017-18 Planned spending (dollars) 2017-18 Expected results, performance indicators and targets

Health Canada

Sub-Sub-Program 3.3.1.3:Health Facilities

Health Facilities Program

163,018,044

81,299,572

ER9 - PI9.12 - T9.12

Internal Services

949,958

496,336

N/A

* Funding for this initiative was announced for five years. However, only two years were accessed via a Treasury board submission in 2016-2017 and subsequent approval will be required to access future funding.

Federal organizations Link to departmental Program Alignment Architectures Contributing programs and activities Total allocation (from start to end date) (dollars) 2017-18 Planned spending (dollars) 2017-18 Expected results, performance indicators and targets

Employment and Social Development Canada*

Sub-Program 4.2.5: Enabling Accessibility Fund

Enabling Accessibility Fund

4,000,000

2,000,000

ER7 - PI7.5 - T7.5

Sub-Program 4.2.1: Homelessness Partnering Strategy

Homelessness Partnering Strategy

111,741,020

53,873,240

ER8 - PI8.12 - T8.12

Internal Services

0

0

N/A

* As a result of Budget 2016, ESDC has invested $16.6 million in 2016-17 through First Nations and Inuit Child Care Initiative to repair, rehabilitate, and upgrade Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care facilities. The approaches for Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care as well as the Early Learning and Child Care Framework with Provinces and Territories for 2017-18 are under development.

Federal organizations Link to departmental Program Alignment Architectures Contributing programs and activities Total allocation (from start to end date) (dollars) 2017-18 Planned spending (dollars) 2017-18 Expected results, performance indicators and targets

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

Sub-program 1.2.1.3 Investments in Affordable Housing

Investment in Affordable Housing

504,400,000

242,800,000

ER8 - PI8.1 - T8.1
ER8 - PI8.2 - T8.2
ER8 - PI8.3 - T8.3
ER8 - PI8.4 - T8.4

Sub-program 1.2.1.3 Investments in Affordable Housing

Increasing Affordable Housing for Seniors

200,700,000

100,400,000

ER8 - PI8.5 - T8.5

Sub-program 1.2.1.3 Investments in Affordable Housing

Supporting Shelters for Victims of Family Violence

89,900,000

29,900,000

ER8 - PI8.6 - T8.6

Sub-program 1.2.1.2 Renovation Programs Off Reserve

Renovation and Retrofit of Social Housing

573,900,000

73,900,000

ER8 - PI8.7 - T8.7

Sub-program 1.2.1.4 : Short-Term Affordable Housing Initiatives

Northern Housing

97,700,000

57,200,000

ER8 - PI8.8 - T8.8
ER8 - PI8.9 - T8.9
ER8 - PI8.10 - T8.10
ER8 - PI8.11 - T8.11

Sub-program 1.2.2.2 Renovation Programs On Reserve

Renovation and Retrofit On Reserve

127,700,000

63,800,000

ER9 - PI9.5- T9.5

Sub-program 1.2.2.2 Renovation Programs On Reserve

Shelters for First Nations Victims of Family Violence

10,400,000

3,500,000

ER9 - PI9.7-T9.7
ER9 - PI9.8- T9.8

Sub-program 1.2.2.3 Aboriginal Capacity Development

Aboriginal Capacity and Skills Development

10,000,000

5,000,000

ER9 - PI9.11- T9.11

Internal Services

0

0

N/A

Canadian Heritage

Sub-program 1.1.2: Canada Cultural Spaces Fund

Canada Cultural Spaces Fund

167,581,483

84,144,174

ER7 - PI7.1 - T7.1
ER7 - PI7.2 - T7.2
ER7 - PI7.3 - T7.3

Internal Services

326,105

154,240

N/A

Sub-Total

N/A

Total Allocation

9,389,276,730

4,259,280,304

N/A

Sub-Total

N/A

Total Internal Services

31,073,082

12,844,893

N/A

Total for all federal organizations

9,420,349,812

4,272,125,197

N/A

Expected Results, Performance Indicators and Targets

Shared Outcome 1: Improve the resilience of communities and transition to a clean growth economy

Expected Result

Department

Performance Indicator

Target

ER1: Improved essential infrastructure for First Nations

INAC

PI1.1: Number of long-term drinking water advisories affecting First Nations drinking water systems financially supported by INAC

T1.1: 31  by March 31, 2019 (from 77 in 2016)

INAC

PI1.2: Percentage of on-reserve INAC-funded First Nations drinking water systems that have low risk rating

T1.2: 65% by March 31, 2019 (from 57% in 2015)

INAC

PI1.3: Percentage of on-reserve INAC-funded First Nations wastewater systems that have low risk ratings

T1.3: 65% by March 31, 2019 (from 48% in 2015)

INAC

PI1.4: Number of Budget 2016 water and waste water infrastructure projects completed and in use in First Nations communities

T1.4: 40 projects per fiscal year

INAC

PI1.5: Number of Budget 2016 water and wastewater infrastructure projects underway in First Nations communities

T1.5: 140 projects per fiscal year (including 40 projects completed)

INAC

PI1.6: Number of First Nations communities with improved solid waste programming

T1.6: 64 by March 31, 2018

INAC

PI1.7: Number of First Nations communities with improved solid waste infrastructure

T1.7: 42 by March 31, 2018

ER2: Communities have enhanced asset management practices

INFC

PI2.1: Percentage of Canadian municipalities with improved asset management practices as a result of program

T2.1: 20-25% by the end of program

INFC

PI2.2: Percentage of Canadian municipalities with improved low carbon and resilience practices as a result of program

T2.2: 15% by the end of program

ER3: Canadian jurisdictions have capacity to act towards greener infrastructure and to address the challenges of climate change

INFC

PI3.1: Number of tonnes of GHG emission expected to be reduced through program funded initiatives as a result of plans, studies, operational changes and pilot projects

T3.1: 200,000 tonnes  (one time total)
1.5 million tonnes (cumulative)

ECCC / NRCan

PI3.2: Indicator(s) TBC : agreement with the delivery partner under negotiation

T3.2: N/A

INFC

PI3.3: Completion of Lions Gate Wastewater Treatment Plant Project

T3.3: TBD

INFC

PI3.4: Completion of Lake Manitoba/Lake St. Martin Outlet Channel Project

T3.4: TBD

INFC

PI3.5: New codes and guides are finalized and made available across Canada

T3.5: New codes and guides completed and made available across Canada by 2020-21

NRCan

PI3.6: Number of electric vehicle and alternative fuel stations on key coast-to-coast transportation corridors, by fuel type

T3.6: An increase in the number of stations, from 69 publicly accessible electric vehicle fast-charging locations, 47 compressed natural gas refueling stations, 8 liquefied natural gas refueling stations, and two hydrogen refueling stations

NRCan

PI3.7: Number of innovative demonstrations of electric vehicle charging technologies

T3.7: At least 7 by 2018-19

NRCan

PI3.8: Establishment of regional electricity dialogues and continued engagement

T3.8: 2 regional dialogues which continue to engage over program life (until end of FY 2017-18)

NRCan

PI3.9: Joint federal-provincial studies on enhancing electricity cooperation and increasing interprovincial electricity trade and transmission

T3.9: 1 final report per dialogue by the end of FY 2017-18

ER4: Cleaner and safer water for Canadian communities

INFC

PI4.1: Number of water treatment facilities that have improved water quality as a result of funded investments

T4.1: TBD (New program)

INFC

PI4.2: Number of drinking water facilities that have eliminated a boil water advisory as a result of funded investments

T4.2: TBD (New program)

INFC

PI4.3: Number of water treatment facilities that have met or exceeded applicable regulations and guidelines as a result of funding

T4.3: TBD (New program)

INFC

PI4.4: Number of systems that have improved the quality of wastewater effluent or stormwater discharge as a result of funded investments

T4.4: TBD (New program)

INFC

PI4.5: Number of wastewater systems that have met or exceeded applicable regulations and guidelines as a result of funding

T4.5: TBD (New program)

ER5: Improved energy efficiency of public transit systems

INFC

PI5.1: Estimated difference in average litres of fuel per passenger-kilometre after completion of funded investments versus pre project completion

T5.1: TBD (New program)

INFC

PI5.2: Total estimated yearly cubic-meters of natural gas saved as a result of funded investments

T5.2: TBD (New program)

INFC

PI5.3: Total estimated yearly kilowatt-hours saved as a result of funded investments

T5.3: TBD (New program)

Shared Outcome 2: Improve social inclusion and socio-economic outcomes of Canadians

Expected Result

Department

Performance Indicator

Target

ER6: Improved access to communities

INFC

PI6.1: Difference between percentage of transit system fleets that are low-floor accessible as a result of funding

T6.1: TBD (New program)

ER7: Communities benefit from new and improved cultural and recreational infrastructure

PCH

PI7.1: Number of facilities built and/or renovated

T7.1: 70 for FY 2017-18 (Annual baseline of 41 pre Phase 1)

PCH

PI7.2: Number of specialized equipment purchases

T7.2: 85 for FY 2017-18 (Annual baseline of 45 pre Phase 1)

PCH

PI7.3: Number of communities reached by type (urban, rural, remote)

T7.3: 50% or more for rural and remote (same pre and post Phase 1).
Historical baselines are: Urban, 29 (48%); Rural, 21 (34%); and Remote, 11 (18%)

PC

PI7.4: Number of heritage places where threats to cultural resources have been mitigated or reduced through cost-sharing agreements

T7.4: 107 for FY 2017-18 (Baseline of 16 for FY 2015-16)

ESDC*

PI7.5: Number of small projects funded improving physical accessibility and safety for people with disabilities in Canadian communities.

T7.5: At least 40 additional small projects funded per fiscal year (for 2016-17 and 2017-18). Baseline is 459 small projects funded yearly.

ER8: Improved social housing infrastructure for Canadians and improved supports for tackling homelessness

CMHC

PI8.1: Number of new constructed units off-reserve

T8.1: 3,000 units by end of FY 2017-18

CMHC

PI8.2: Number of renovated units off-reserve

T8.2: 14,000 units by end of FY 2017-18

CMHC

PI8.3: Number of assisted units for independent living for persons with disabilities and victims of family violence off-reserve

T8.3: 5,000 units by end of FY 2017-18

CMHC

PI8.4: Number of low income household benefiting from rental assistance off-reserve

T8.4: 78,000 low income households by end of FY 2017-18

CMHC

PI8.5: Number of assisted units for seniors  off-reserve

T8.5: 5,000 units by end of FY 2017-18

CMHC

PI8.6: Number of units in shelters or transitional housing renovated or constructed off-reserve

T8.6: 3,000 units by end of FY 2017-18

CMHC

PI8.7:  Number of units repair and retrofitted for condition and energy-efficiency improvement off-reserve

T8.7: 100,000 units by end of FY 2017-18

CMHC

PI8.8: Number of new constructed units in the North

T8.8: 365 units by end of FY 2017-18

CMHC

PI8.9: Number of renovated units in the North

T8.9: 215 units by end of FY 2017-18

CMHC

PI8.10: Number of units supported through shelter assistance

T8.10: 11 units by end of FY 2017-18

CMHC

PI8.11: Number of units supported through accessibility modifications

T8.11: 9 units by end of FY 2017-18

ESDC*

PI8.12: Number of people placed in more stable housing through HPS interventions, including Housing First

T8.12: 4,500 in 2016-17 and 4,500 in 2017-18 (9,000 cumulative)

ER9: Improved quality of and access to basic infrastructure on reserve and in Inuit communities

INAC

PI9.1: Percentage of First Nations housing that is adequate* as assessed and reported annually by First Nations
* Adequate is defined in the Year-end Reporting Handbook for the Housing Data Collection Instrument as dwellings that do not require major renovations and possess basic plumbing facilities, hot and cold running water, inside toilets, and installed baths or showers.

T9.1: 75% by March 31, 2019 (from 72% in 2011)

INAC

PI9.2: Percentage of First Nation dwellings that are in need of repair as assessed and reported annually by First Nations.

T9.2: 25% by March 31, 2019 (from 27% in 2016)

INAC

PI9.3: Number of Budget 2016 housing projects completed and in use in First Nations communities

T9.3: 956 by March 31, 2018

INAC

PI9.4: Number of Budget 2016 housing projects underway in First Nations communities

T9.4: 956 by March 31, 2017

CMHC

PI9.5: Number of renovated and retrofitted units on Reserve

T9.5: 3,000-4,000 units by end of FY 2017-18

INAC

PI9.6: Number of new household units constructed and repaired/renovated in the Inuit regions of Nunavik (Quebec), Nunatsiavut (Newfoundland and Labrador) and the Inuvialuit (Northwest Territories).

T9.6: Up to 250 units by end of FY 2017-18   

Note: Recipients have the flexibility to allocate funds to new construction or repairs/renovations. The indicator of 250 units is based on all funds being allocated to new construction given that it is not possible at this time to estimate what portion of funds will be used for repairs/renovations.

CMHC

PI9.7: Number of new shelters on reserve

T9.7: Up to 3 shelters by end of FY 2017-18 (with 2 additional shelters by end of FY 2018-19)

CMHC

PI9.8: Number of renovated shelters on reserve

T9.8: Up to 20 units by end of FY 2017-18

INAC

PI9.9: Number of Budget 2016 cultural/recreational infrastructure projects completed and in use in First Nations communities

T9.9: 71 of 2016-2017 selected projects completed by March 31, 2017

INAC

PI9.10: Number of Budget 2016 cultural/recreational infrastructure projects underway in First Nations communities

T9.10: 159 of 2016-2017 selected projects underway by March 31, 2017

CMHC

PI9.11: Number of First Nations communities assisted

T9.11: 100 communities by end of FY 2017-18

HC

PI9.12: Number of health facilities that have been replaced or undergone renovations to improve quality.

T9.12: Completion of 3 new build projects by March 2017.

Completion of 32 new build projects by March 2018, including 8 projects in British Columbia (BC) falling under the administrative authority of the BC First Nations Health Authority (FNHA).

Completion of 9 major renovation projects by March 2018, including 1 project in BC being undertaken by the BC FNHA.

* The targets set for Enabling Accessibility Fund (EAF) and Homelessness Partnering Strategy (HPS) consider only the Phase I top-up. For further performance indicators and related targets for full program funding for EAF and HPS, please see Employment and Social Development Canada 2017-18 Departmental Plan.

Shared Outcome 3: Create long term growth

Expected Result

Department

Performance Indicator

Target

ER10: Phase 1 funding is injected in the economy and stimulates the demand for goods and services

All departments

PI10.1: Cumulative percentage of planned federal spending signed into agreements with partners

T10.1: 85% ($10.06BN by end of FY 2017-18)

All departments

PI10.2: Cumulative percentage of planned federal spending flowed to delivery partners to deliver infrastructure projects

T10.2: 70% by end of FY 2017-18

All Departments

PI10.3: Estimated funding leveraged from partners as a percentage of federal funding for provinces, territories, and private organizations.*

T10.3: TBD

* Note that this indicator might not apply to all departments.


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