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Development Projects for Communities and Businesses Community Adjustment Fund (Southern Ontario)

Program activity: Community and Business Development

Start date: June 11, 2009

End date: March 31, 2011

Description: These projects aim to improve the quality of life in Southern Ontario, for example by providing funding for small and medium-sized businesses and social enterprises. The Development Projects for Businesses and Communities program delivers short-term, targeted community and business development projects, primarily through the delivery and administration of contribution agreements to communities, not-for-profit organizations and businesses from the private sector. These projects are typically of limited scope and are typically put in place with specific targets, either in recipient or type of business or community support.

Expected Results: Development projects enhance or accelerate community and business development in Ontario.

The data presented in this table are shown in millions of dollars.

Community Adjustment Fund Spending Forecasts ($M)
  Forecast Spending 2009–2010 Planned Spending
2010–11
Planned Spending
2011–12
Planned Spending
2012–13
Total Contributions 149.7 152.8 0.0 0.0
Total Program Activity: 149.7 152.8 0.0 0.0

Planned Evaluations and Audits:
An evaluation of this program is planned in the fourth fiscal quarter of 2010–2011 period.

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