Supporting Information on Lower-Level Programs

Sub-Program 1.1.1: Advanced Manufacturing

Description

The Advanced Manufacturing sub-program promotes the long-term growth, productivity and competitiveness of Ontario's manufacturing sector, which is undergoing significant change. These objectives are achieved through repayable contributions to eligible Ontario manufacturing firms and non-repayable contributions to not-for-profit organizations, including research institutions, centres of excellence and post-secondary institutions located in Ontario that are collaborating with an anchor firm to benefit the manufacturing sector.

Manufacturing is critical to Canada's prosperity; it provides high-quality, well-paying jobs and is an important contributor to strong economic growth in Ontario. This sub-program supports large-scale, incremental and transformative advanced manufacturing activities intended to increase productivity; advance the development and/or adoption of cutting-edge technologies leading to product, process and technological innovations; encourage projects that will create spillover benefits for manufacturing clusters and/or global supply chains; and foster collaboration between the private sector, research institutions and post-secondary institutions.

This sub-program uses funding from the following transfer payment: Advanced Manufacturing Fund.

Planned Results
Expected results Performance indicators Target Date to achieve target 2013–14
Actual resultsFootnote 1
2014–15
Actual resultsFootnote 2
2015–16
Actual results
Ontario manufacturers are more productive and competitive Total value of investments leveraged against FedDev Ontario contributions $1 leveraged for every $1 invested by FedDev Ontario March 31, 2019 Not available Not available 1.58:1
Average number of value chain members deriving economic benefit from projects 2 March 31, 2019 Not available Not available 1.8
Budgetary financial resources (dollars)
2017–18
Planned spending
2018–19
Planned spending
2019–20
Planned spendingFootnote 1
54,308,099 42,407,933 0
Human resources (full-time equivalents)
2017–18
Planned FTEs
2018–19
Planned FTEs
2019–20
Planned FTEsFootnote 1
9 7 0

Sub-Program 1.1.2: Commercialization Partnerships

Description

The Commercialization Partnerships sub-program supports business-led partnerships with a focus on developing globally competitive products and services. Increased collaboration among businesses, post-secondary institutions and research organizations narrows the gap between innovation and commercialization. This sub-program helps to increase the capacity of existing and emerging innovation ecosystems and the development of competitive economic clusters in southern Ontario.

This sub-program provides non-repayable contributions to post-secondary institutions and not-for-profit organizations to encourage technology transfer between research and business to help bring new ideas to market.

This sub-program uses funding from the following transfer payment: Southern Ontario Prosperity Initiatives.

Planned Results
Expected results Performance indicators Target Date to achieve target 2013–14
Actual resultsFootnote 1
2014–15
Actual resultsFootnote 2
2015–16
Actual results
Southern Ontario businesses are able to bring innovative products, technologies and services to market Total value of investments in communities, businesses and organizations leveraged against FedDev Ontario contributions $1 leveraged for every $1 invested by FedDev Ontario March 31, 2019 Not available Not available 3.76:1
Number of for-profit businesses and not-for-profit organizations benefiting from FedDev Ontario support Average of 15 businesses and 4 organizations benefitting per project March 31, 2019 Not available Not available Average of 4 businesses and 1 organization benefitting per project
Budgetary financial resources (dollars)
2017–18
Planned spending
2018–19
Planned spending
2019–20
Planned spendingFootnote 1
38,803,955 30,116,083 0
Human resources (full-time equivalents)
2017–18
Planned FTEs
2018–19
Planned FTEs
2019–20
Planned FTEsFootnote 1
10 8 0

Sub-Program 1.2.1: Business Investment

Description

The Business Investment sub-program provides non-repayable contributions to not-for-profit organizations offering mentorship, entrepreneurial support and seed financing to help new businesses grow and succeed. Not-for-profit recipients under this sub-program can include incubators and accelerators, as well as angel investor networks that encourage increased investment in new businesses. Repayable contributions are also provided to start-up businesses to accelerate the commercialization of new products, processes and practices by leveraging private-sector investment.

This sub-program uses funding from the following transfer payment: Southern Ontario Prosperity Initiatives.

Planned Results
Expected results Performance indicators Target Date to achieve target 2013–14
Actual resultsFootnote 1
2014–15
Actual results
2015–16
Actual results
Southern Ontario entrepreneurs have access to capital to help commercialize new products, processes or systems Number of new (i.e. start-up) businesses accessing capital 500 March 31, 2019 Not available 145 188
Total value of new investments attracted to angel networks $5.0 million per angel network project March 31, 2019 Not available $2.3 million per angel network project $14.5 million per angel network project
Ratio of funds leveraged against FedDev Ontario contributions 2:1 ratio for direct recipients; 0.75:1 for third-party recipients March 31, 2019 Not available 6.20:1 for direct recipients, 6.58:1 for third-party recipients 4.99:1 for direct recipientsFootnote 2;
3.32:1 for third-party recipients
Budgetary financial resources (dollars)
2017–18
Planned spending
2018–19
Planned spending
2019–20
Planned spendingFootnote 1
18,079,662 12,646,200 0
Human resources (full-time equivalents)
2017–18
Planned FTEs
2018–19
Planned FTEs
2019–20
Planned FTEsFootnote 1
22 22 0

Sub-Program 1.2.2: Business Growth and Productivity

Description

Southern Ontario companies need to increase productivity to remain competitive in the global economy. The Business Growth and Productivity sub-program provides repayable and non-repayable contributions to for-profit and not-for-profit corporations to help improve productivity of individual businesses and industry sectors so that southern Ontario can be more competitive.

This sub-program uses funding from the following transfer payment: Southern Ontario Prosperity Initiatives.

Planned Results
Expected results Performance indicators Target Date to achieve target 2013–14
Actual resultsFootnote 2
2014–15
Actual resultsFootnote 1
2015–16
Actual results
Southern Ontario businesses have enhanced capacity to support innovation, leading to improved productivity Number of projects receiving FedDev Ontario support 45 March 31, 2019 Not available Not available 34
Ratio of funds leveraged against FedDev Ontario contributions 3.2:1 March 31, 2019 Not available Not available 4:1
Budgetary financial resources (dollars)
2017–18
Planned spending
2018–19
Planned spending
2019–20
Planned spendingFootnote 1
36,919,024 48,607,490 0
Human resources (full-time equivalents)
2017–18
Planned FTEs
2018–19
Planned FTEs
2019–20
Planned FTEsFootnote 1
29 29 0

Sub-Program 1.3.1: Community Futures Program

Description

Rural southern Ontario continues to face persistent challenges: limited sources of capital for small and medium-sized enterprises; consistently lower economic performance than in more urban areas; a declining number of available jobs; an aging workforce; and youth out-migration.

The Community Futures Program is a national program that provides funding to Community Futures Development Corporations so that they can help rural communities develop their local economies and long-term sustainability. Community Futures Development Corporations generally focus on the following four business lines: business loans, business counselling, strategic community planning and priorities, and community economic development projects.

This sub-program uses funding from the following transfer payment: Community Futures Program.

Planned Results
Expected results Performance indicators Target Date to achieve target 2013–14
Actual results
2014–15
Actual results
2015–16
Actual results
Rural communities in southern Ontario have strong economies to help respond to future economic challenges Number of businesses in rural southern Ontario that have been created, maintained or expanded as a result of Community Futures Program funding 5,000 March 31, 2018 5,185 5,629 5,062
Number of jobs created or maintained in rural southern Ontario communities as a result of Community Futures Program Funding 10,500 March 31, 2018 14,982 15,421 11,989
Ratio of funds raised from other sources to Community Futures Program investments 3.8:1 March 31, 2018 4:1 3.8:1 4.4:1
Budgetary financial resources (dollars)
2017–18
Planned spending
2018–19
Planned spending
2019–20
Planned spendingFootnote 1
11,985,507 12,379,311 0
Human resources (full-time equivalents)
2017–18
Planned FTEs
2018–19
Planned FTEs
2019–20
Planned FTEsFootnote 1
11 16 0

Sub-Program 1.3.2: Eastern Ontario Development Program

Description

The economic challenges facing eastern Ontario have been exacerbated in recent years by the global recession and the ongoing restructuring in the manufacturing sector. Eastern Ontario's relatively large rural working-age population is characterized by a high share of older workers, and the region's youth are leaving the area for other opportunities. Furthermore, the economic hardship felt by workers, families and communities in this region is reflected in its relatively lower wages and household incomes, lower labour force participation, and higher proportion of people receiving employment insurance benefits compared to Ontario overall.

The Eastern Ontario Development Program advances economic development in eastern Ontario, particularly rural communities. Through this sub-program, FedDev Ontario is collaborating with the 15 Community Futures Development Corporations in eastern Ontario and the Eastern Ontario Community Futures Development Corporations Network Inc. to promote the growth of new and existing businesses in rural communities. Funding is directed to recipients whose projects focus on business growth, community innovation, and/or collaborative economic development.

This sub-program uses funding from the following transfer payment: Eastern Ontario Development Program.

Planned Results
Expected results Performance indicators Target Date to achieve target 2013–14
Actual spendingFootnote 1
2014–15
Actual results
2015–16
Actual results
Eastern Ontario businesses are more competitive, and communities are able to improve their economic status Number of businesses and organizations supported 500 March 31, 2018 Not available 649Footnote 2 782Footnote 2
  Ratio of funds leveraged against FedDev Ontario contributions 2:1 March 31, 2018 Not available 3.44:1 2.04:1
  Number of full-time equivalents created and maintained in eastern Ontario communities participating in the Eastern Ontario Development Program 2,000 March 31, 2018 Not available 3,914 2,418
Budgetary financial resources (dollars)
2017–18
Planned spending
2018–19
Planned spending
2019–20
Planned spendingFootnote 1
10,299,516 10,693,320 0
Human resources (full-time equivalents)
2017–18
Planned FTEs
2018–19
Planned FTEs
2019–20
Planned FTEsFootnote 1
5 9 0

Sub-Program 1.3.3: Official Language Minority Communities

Description

The Official Language Minority Communities sub-program is necessary to help ensure the long-term economic growth and sustainability of official language minority communities in southern Ontario. It is also part of the Government of Canada's Roadmap for Canada's Official Languages 2013–2018. This sub-program includes a national program—the Economic Development Initiative—which provides funding to official languages minority communities and bilingual organizations to help create jobs and promote economic development and sustainable growth in those communities. Through this funding, official language minority communities are better able to strengthen innovation, entrepreneurship and partnerships within their regions and work to sustain their economic activities.

Planned Results
Expected results Performance indicators Target Date to achieve target 2013–14
Actual spendingFootnote 1
2014–15
Actual spendingFootnote 1
2015–16
Actual results
Official Language Minority Communities have access to economic opportunities to help build strong communities Number of businesses and organizations supported as a result of Economic Development Initiative funding 230 March 31, 2018 Not available 5 233
Number of partnerships established as a result of Economic Development Initiative funding 45 March 31, 2018 Not available 5 68
Funds leveraged against FedDev Ontario contributions $700,000 March 31, 2018 Not available $392,000 $704,529
Budgetary financial resources (dollars)
2017–18
Planned spending
2018–19
Planned spending
2019–20
Planned spendingFootnote 1
1,679,128 1,893,320 0
Human resources (full-time equivalents)
2017–18
Planned FTEs
2018–19
Planned FTEs
2019–20
Planned FTEsFootnote 1
6 6 0

Sub-Program 1.3.4: Regional Diversification

Description

By bringing not-for-profit organizations and private sector and community partners together to build on economic advantages, the Regional Diversification sub-program aims to respond to regional challenges and opportunities and to develop mechanisms for creating competitive and resilient communities.

This sub-program supports the long-term development of stronger, more diverse economies in southern Ontario communities through the leveraging of unique regional assets and local expertise to attract new investment and opportunities for regional economic growth and development.

Funding will support projects that enhance business attraction, investment and employment opportunities in southern Ontario regions and communities; strengthen regional businesses and clusters with the goal of economic diversification and sustainability; develop and expand collaborative efforts to strengthen regional assets and competitiveness; and improve the economic circumstances of communities facing distress.

This sub-program uses funding from the following transfer payment: Southern Ontario Prosperity Initiatives

Planned Results
Expected results Performance indicators Target Date to achieve target 2013–14
Actual resultsFootnote 2
2014–15
Actual resultsFootnote 1
2015–16
Actual results
Southern Ontario economies are stronger and more diverse Ratio of funds leveraged against FedDev Ontario contributions 1:1 March 31, 2019 Not available Not available 0.89:1
Number of full-time equivalents created and maintained in projects participating in the Investing in Regional Diversification initiative 1,750 March 31, 2019 Not available Not available 106Footnote 3
Total number of organizations supported 350 March 31, 2019 Not available 6 10
Budgetary financial resources (dollars)
2017–18
Planned spending
2018–19
Planned spending
2019–20
Planned spendingFootnote 1
10,528,642 11,353,362 0
Human resources (full-time equivalents)
2017–18
Planned FTEs
2018–19
Planned FTEs
2019–20
Planned FTEsFootnote 1
7 7 0

Sub-Program 1.3.5: Infrastructure Delivery

Description

The Infrastructure Delivery sub-program includes the delivery of funding on behalf of other government departments and in partnerships with other orders of government to provide assistance to not-for-profit, private and public sector entities for a range of infrastructure priority areas. This sub-program includes infrastructure investments that help support a prosperous economy for Ontario and Canada by maintaining and continuing to attract highly skilled workers, businesses and investors. It also supports innovation in various industries, particularly the construction sector, by promoting modernization, the implementation of new technologies, and the acceleration of product development to market, thereby positioning the province and the country to better compete in the global knowledge-based economy.

Planned Results
Expected results Performance indicators Target Date to achieve target 2013–14
Actual resultsFootnote 2
2014–15
Actual results
2015–16
Actual resultsFootnote 1
Southern Ontario infrastructure is able to support future economic development and growth Total number of infrastructure projects completed and fully administered 576 March 31, 2018 Not available 262 26
Total number of infrastructure projects that are ongoing and continue to be administered 17 March 31, 2018 Not available 191 141Footnote 3
Ratio of funding leveraged from other sources 1.9:1 March 31, 2018 Not available 2.2:1Footnote 4 2.2:1
Budgetary financial resources (dollars)
2017–18
Planned spending
2018–19
Planned spending
2019–20
Planned spendingFootnote 1
70,834,963 328,500 0
Human resources (full-time equivalents)
2017–18
Planned FTEs
2018–19
Planned FTEs
2019–20
Planned FTEsFootnote 1
11 0 0

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Departmental Sustainable Development Strategy

The Policy on Green Procurement supports the Government of Canada's effort to promote environmental stewardship. In keeping with the objectives of the policy, FedDev Ontario supports sustainable development by integrating environmental performance considerations into the procurement decision-making process through the activities in this supplementary information table.

Although FedDev Ontario is not bound by the Federal Sustainable Development Act and is not required to develop a departmental sustainable development strategy, FedDev Ontario adheres to the principles of the FSDS by implementing the Policy on Green Procurement.

Strategic Environmental Assessment

FedDev Ontario will continue to ensure that its decision-making process includes consideration of FSDS goals and targets through the Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) process. An SEA for policy, plan or program proposals includes an analysis of the impacts of the given proposal on the environment, including on FSDS goals and targets.

Public statements on the results of the FedDev Ontario's assessments will be made public when an initiative is announced. The purpose of the public statement is to demonstrate that the environmental effects, including the impacts on achieving the FSDS goals and targets, of the approved policy, plan or program have been considered during proposal development and decision making.

Details on Transfer Payment Programs of $5 Million or More

General information
Name of transfer payment program Southern Ontario Prosperity Initiatives (payments voted)
Start date April 1, 2014
End date March 31, 2019
Type of transfer payment Contribution
Type of appropriation Appropriated annually through Estimates
Fiscal year for terms and conditions 2014–15
Link to department's Program Inventory
  • Sub-Program 1.1.2 – Commercialization Partnerships
  • Sub-Program 1.2.1 – Business Investment
  • Sub-Program 1.2.2 – Business Growth and Productivity
  • Sub-Program 1.3.4 – Regional Diversification
Description The Southern Ontario Prosperity Initiatives – Investing in Business Growth and Productivity, Investing in Business Innovation, Investing in Commercialization Partnerships, and Investing in Regional Diversification – make up FedDev Ontario's core transfer payment program. The four initiatives support economic development, diversification, job creation, and self-reliant communities in southern Ontario.
Expected results Southern Ontario businesses are more competitive, and the region's communities have an improved economic status.
Fiscal year of last completed evaluation No previous evaluation.
Decision following the results of last evaluation Not applicable.
Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation 2019–20 (pending approval).
General targeted recipient groups
  • Non-profit organizations (for example, charities, foundations, non-governmental organizations, universities, research institutions, health-related entities)
  • Industry-related (for example, for-profit businesses, airport authorities, specific industry sectors)
Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients FedDev Ontario representatives participate in outreach activities, including conferences, meetings, and roundtable sessions with stakeholder groups to engage potential applicants. They work with potential applicants to support receipt of quality and complete applications. FedDev Ontario representatives also maintain regular contact with the recipients to respond to reporting requests and ensure timely progress and completion of projects.
Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment 2016–17
Forecast spending
2017–18
Planned spending
2018–19
Planned spending
2019–20
Planned spending
Total contributions 100,773,855 97,773,898 95,773,898 0
Total program 100,773,855 97,773,898 95,773,898 0

General information
Name of transfer payment program Advanced Manufacturing Fund
Start date April 1, 2014
End date March 31, 2019
Type of transfer payment Contribution
Type of appropriation Appropriated annually through Estimates
Fiscal year for terms and conditions 2014–15
Link to department's Program Inventory
  • Sub-Program 1.1.1 – Advanced Manufacturing
Description The Advanced Manufacturing Fund is aimed at promoting the long-term growth, productivity and competitiveness of Ontario's manufacturing sector. This is accomplished by supporting large scale and transformative advanced manufacturing activities; advancing the development and/or adoption of cutting-edge technologies; encouraging projects that have spillover benefits for manufacturing clusters and/or global supply chains; and fostering collaborations between the private sector, research institutes, and post-secondary institutions.
Expected results Ontario businesses are more competitive and productive; there is increased commercialization from research and development activities; and there are improved employment opportunities in southern Ontario.
Fiscal year of last completed evaluation 2016–17
Decision following the results of last evaluation Not applicable.
Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation 2017–18 (pending approval).
General targeted recipient groups
  • Non-profit organizations (for example, universities, research institutions, health-related entities)
  • Industry-related (for example, for-profit businesses, specific industry sectors)
Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients FedDev Ontario representatives participate in outreach activities, including conferences and meetings with stakeholder groups to engage potential applicants. They also work with potential applicants to support receipt of quality and complete applications. FedDev Ontario representatives also maintain regular contact with recipients to respond to reporting requests and ensure timely progress and completion of projects.
Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment 2016–17
Forecast spending
2017–18
Planned spending
2018–19
Planned spending
2019–20
Planned spending
Total contributions 42,835,000 53,300,000 41,400,000 0
Total program 42,835,000 53,300,000 41,400,000 0

General information
Name of transfer payment program Community Futures Program (payments voted)
Start date 1986
End date Ongoing
Type of transfer payment Contribution
Type of appropriation Appropriated annually through Estimates
Fiscal year for terms and conditions 2010–11
Link to department's Program Inventory
  • Sub-Program 1.3.1 – Community Futures Program
Description The Community Futures Program supports Community Futures Development Corporations (CFDCs) in southern Ontario, which assist rural communities in developing and implementing local solutions to support community economic development and the growth of small businesses.
Expected results Rural communities in southern Ontario are strengthened and better able to respond to future economic challenges. Funding helps communities pursue (a) economic stability, growth, and job creation; (b) diversified and competitive local rural economies; and (c) economically sustainable communities.
Fiscal year of last completed evaluation 2013–14
Decision following the results of last evaluation Continuation.
Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation 2018–19 (pending approval).
General targeted recipient groups
  • Other, CFDCs located in rural southern Ontario.
Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients FedDev Ontario engages with southern Ontario's CFDCs through active project monitoring by program officers and regular meetings with individual CFDCs, the Ontario Association of Community Futures Development Corporations, and two regional CFDC networks.
Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment 2016–17
Forecast spending
2017–18
Planned spending
2018–19
Planned spending
2019–20
Planned spending
Total contributions 11,285,992 11,285,992 11,285,992 0
Total program 11,285,992 11,285,992 11,285,992 0

General information

Name of transfer payment program
Eastern Ontario Development Program (payments voted)
Start date April 1, 2014
End date March 31, 2019
Type of transfer payment Contribution
Type of appropriation Appropriated annually through Estimates
Fiscal year for terms and conditions 2014–15
Link to department’s Program Inventory
  • Sub-Program 1.3.2 – Eastern Ontario Development Program
Description The Eastern Ontario Development Program is an economic development initiatives that addresses economic challenges in eastern Ontario by taking advantage of innovative opportunities in the region. The program is delivered through eastern Ontario’s 15 Community Futures Development Corporations (CFDCs) and the Eastern Ontario CFDC Network. Applications for funding are solicited and assessed by each CFDC and the Eastern Ontario CFDC Network on the basis of their potential to stimulate local and regional economic development and create jobs.-
Expected results The economic status of eastern Ontario communities is improved, and eastern Ontario businesses are more competitive. This will be achieved by providing businesses with increased access to capital and by increasing investment in community economic capacity. Intermediate outcomes include increased employment opportunities and increased value and diversity of markets.
Fiscal year of last completed evaluation 2015–16
Decision following the results of last evaluation The evaluation report on the Eastern Ontario Development Program will be issued in the 2016-17 fiscal year.
Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation 2019–20 (pending approval, will be conducted in conjunction with the Southern Ontario Prosperity Initiatives evaluation)
General targeted recipient groups
  • Other, the 15 CFDCs in eastern Ontario and the Eastern Ontario CFDC Network.
Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients FedDev Ontario engages with CFDCs and the Eastern Ontario CFDC Network through active project monitoring by program officers and regular meetings with individual CFDCs and the network.
Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment 2016–17
Forecast spending
2017–18
Planned spending
2018–19
Planned spending
2019–20
Planned spending
Total contributions 9,600,000 9,600,000 9,600,000 0
Total program 9,600,000 9,600,000 9,600,000 0

General information
Name of transfer payment program Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program (payments voted)
Start date April 1, 2016
End date March 31, 2018
Type of transfer payment Contribution
Type of appropriation Appropriated annually through Estimates
Fiscal year for terms and conditions 2015–16
Link to department's Program Inventory
  • Sub-Program 1.3.5 – Infrastructure Delivery
Description Announced in Budget 2015, the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program (CIP 150) is part of a coordinated federal approach to celebrating Canada's 150th anniversary. The CIP 150 will support the rehabilitation or improvement, including expansion, of existing community infrastructure assets.
Expected results Regional and community-based partnerships are created and existing community infrastructure facilities across Canada are modernized.
Fiscal year of last completed evaluation No evaluation is required.
Decision following the results of last evaluation Not applicable.
Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation Not applicable.
General targeted recipient groups
  • Municipalities and local organizations (for example, municipal and regional governments, cities)
  • First Nations communities
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Provinces and territories (for example, provincial and territorial governments)
Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients The CIP 1250 was made available to all municipalities, First Nations communities, and not-for-profit organizations in southern Ontario responsible for community infrastructure. The program intake period generated significant interest, with more than 1,100 applications submitted.
Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment 2016–17
Forecast spending
2017–18
Planned spending
2018–19
Planned spending
2019–20
Planned spending
Total contributions 20,000,000 68,800,000 0 0
Total program 20,000,000 68,800,000 0 0

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Disclosure of Transfer Payment Programs Under $5 Million

General information
Name of transfer payment program Economic Development Initiative (payments voted)
End date March 31, 2018
Type of transfer payment Contribution
Type of appropriation Appropriated annually through Estimates
Link to department's Program Inventory Sub-Program 1.3.3 – Official Language Minority Communities
Main objective This initiative supports the development of new expertise through innovation, diversification of economic activities, partnerships, and increased support of small businesses in the region's Francophone communities.  The Economic Development Initiative is part of the Roadmap for Canada's Official Languages 2013-2018:  Education, Immigration, Communities, and the Government of Canada's strategy for official languages.
Planned spending in 2017–18 $979,612
Fiscal year of last completed evaluation 2011–12
Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation (if applicable) 2017–18
General targeted recipient groups
  • Other, Official Language Minority Communities, including community economic development corporations, not-for-profit organizations, sector associations, private sector organizations, and post-secondary institutions offering full-time programs of study in French.

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Internal Audits and Evaluations

Programs planned to be evaluated in the next five years
Fiscal year
(of the planned date for deputy head approval of the evaluation report)
Title of the evaluation Completion of last evaluation Link to department's Program Inventory Planned spending associated with the program(s) evaluated (dollars)
2017–18 Interim evaluation of the Advanced Manufacturing Fund 2016–17
  • Sub-Program 1.1.1 – Advanced Manufacturing
41,400,000
2018–19 Evaluation of the Community Futures Program 2013–14
  • Sub-Program 1.3.1 – Community Futures Program
11,285,992
Total organizational spending  Not applicable. Not applicable. Not applicable. 52,685,992

Upcoming internal audits for the coming fiscal year

Note: Effective June 1, 2012, FedDev Ontario, along with other regional development agencies, consolidated its audit function. A service-level agreement was developed with the Office of the Comptroller General for audit services.

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