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Sub-program 1.2.1: Infrastructure Programming

Description

Infrastructure Programming provides community funding in Western Canada to build and renew infrastructure in rural and urban municipalities across Canada, allowing them to compete in the regional, national and global economy. WD delivers infrastructure programming directly or in partnership with other federal departments and the four western provincial governments. Transfer payments in support of direct delivery of this sub-program are made through designated program authorities, excluding the Western Diversification Program. Transfer payments in support of the delivery of this sub-program are made through Other Government Department Suspense accounts when WD delivers programs on behalf of other federal departments.

 

Budgetary Financial Resources (dollars)
2014-15
Planned Spending
2014-15
Actual Spending
2014-15
Difference
(actual minus planned)
1,047,054 955,735 (91,319)

Note: In 2014–15, WD continued to process claims, monitor and follow-up on contributions made under the Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund (CIIF) and Building Canada Fund (BCF).

 

Human Resources (FTEs)
2014–15
Planned
2014–15
Actual
2014–15
Difference
(actual minus planned)
11 9 (2)

 

Performance Results
Expected Result Performance Indicators Targets Actual Results
New or improved environmental infrastructure Number of new or improved environmental systems n/a* n/a
New or improved transportation or telecommunications infrastructure Number of new or improved transportation or telecommunications networks n/a* n/a
New or improved community, cultural, recreational, tourism or other related infrastructure Number of new or improved community, cultural, recreational, tourism or other related facilities n/a* n/a

* With the cessation of the CIIF in March 2014, WD did not anticipate results related to this indicator for 2014–15. The results of WD's work to support community infrastructure through programs delivered on behalf of Infrastructure Canada are reported through Infrastructure Canada.

 

Performance Analysis and Lessons Learned

Not applicable (see notes above).