2020-21 Departmental Plan Next
Subsequent to the tabling in Parliament and online publication of its 2020-21 Departmental Plan on April 11, 2019, Infrastructure Canada concluded that two figures in the Internal Services tables in both the report in English and French versions require amendment.
Accordingly, two figures for Planned Spending in 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 have been revised in the Internal Services table (page 26 and page 30 in the English and page 30 and page 35 in the French). The 2020-21 Planned Spending for Internal Services should read $48,021,314 rather than $35,609,116. The 2021-22 Planned Spending for Internal Services should read $27,257,967 rather than $19,760,150.
Also, two figures in the Budgetary financial resources dedicated to program delivery (Core Responsibility) table for 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 have been revised (page 25 and page 30 in the English and page 29 and page 35 in the French). The 2020-21 Core responsibility spending should read $7,710,239,042 rather than $7,722,651,240. The 2021-22 Core responsibility spending should read $6,629,129,269 rather than $6,636,627,086.
The English and French versions of the document have been updated, and a hyperlink to this table has been included on Infrastructure Canada's website.
Supplementary Information (Tables)
- Details of Transfer Payment Programs
- Gender–Based Analysis Plus (GBA+)
- Horizontal Initiatives
- Status report on transformational and major Crown projects
The original version was signed by
The Honourable Catherine McKenna, P.C., M.P.
Minister of Infrastructure and Communities
The Honourable Maryam Monsef, P.C., M.P.
Minister for Women and Gender Equality and Rural Economic Development
© Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of the Office of Infrastructure of Canada, 2020.
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