Disclosure of Transfer Payment Programs (TPPs) under $5 million
The table below, for each TPP, includes statutory transfer payment programs, where total TPPs do not exceed $5 million during the reporting year. Up-Front Multi-Year Funding provided under a TPP with terms and conditions (section 6.6.3 of the Directive on Transfer Payments) is included.
|1. Name of TPP||2. Program, Sub-Program and Sub-Sub-Program||3. Main Objective||4. End Date of TPP, if applicable||5. Type of TP (G, C)||6. Planned Spending for 2014-15||7. Fiscal Year of Last Completed Evaluation||8. General Targeted Recipient Group|
|Grant to the University of Saskatchewan for Forensic Research Centre||Custody / Institutional Health Services / Clinical Health Services||The purpose of this grant is to encourage graduate psychology students to choose the specialty of Forensic Psychiatry and thereby increase the pool of potential employees for CSC||G||122,000||2010-2011||University of Saskatchewan, graduate Psychology Students|
|Grant to the University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine for a psychiatric residency seat||Custody / Institutional Health Services / Clinical Health Services||The grant creates an incentive for a psychiatric resident to work for the CSC (at the Regional Psychiatric Centre) when he/she is licensed as a psychiatrist. The benefit to the University of Saskatchewan is that it is able to admit an additional resident to its psychiatry program.||G||160,000||2010-2011||University of Saskatchewan, Medical Students|
|Correctional Service of Canada’s National Infrastructure Contribution Program||Internal Services||The National Infrastructure Contribution Program will enable CSC to enter into contribution agreements with provinces, municipality, and non-profit organizations towards construction done by those bodies, where CSC cannot otherwise do so in a reasonable and cost effective manner.||March 31, 2016||C||4,700,000||N/A||Provinces, territories, municipalities, and/or non-profit organizations.|
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