Disclosure of Transfer Payment Program under $5 Million

Name of transfer payment program

Correctional Service of Canada’s National Infrastructure Contribution Program

End date

March 31, 2016

Type of transfer payment

Contribution

Link to department's Program Alignment Architecture

1.0 Custody / 1.4 Institutional Services / 1.4.2 Accommodation Services

Main objective

Enabling the agency to enter into contribution agreements with provinces, territories, municipalities, and non-profit organizations, towards construction done by those bodies, where the agency cannot otherwise do so in a reasonable and cost-effective manner

Planned spending for 2015–16

$5.68M

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation

N/A

General targeted recipient groups

Provinces, territories, municipalities, and non-profit organizations

 

Name of transfer payment program

Grant to the University of Saskatchewan for Forensic Research Centre

End date

 

Type of transfer payment

Grant

Link to department's Program Alignment Architecture

1.0 Custody / 1.3 Institutional Health Services / 1.3.1 Clinical Health Services

Main objective

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

Planned spending for 2015–16

$122,000

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation

2010-2011

General targeted recipient groups

University of Saskatchewan, graduate Psychology Students

 

Name of transfer payment program

Grant to the University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine for a psychiatric residency seat

End date

 

Type of transfer payment

Grant

Link to department's Program Alignment Architecture

1.0 Custody / 1.3 Institutional Health Services / 1.3.1 Clinical Health Services

Main objective

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.

Planned spending for 2015–16

$160,000

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation

2010-2011

General targeted recipient groups

University of Saskatchewan, Medical Students