Details on transfer payment programs of $5 million or more

Transfer payments for Negotiations of Claims and Self-Government Agreements

Start date/End date: Ongoing

Type of transfer payment: Contributions

Type of appropriation: Transfer payments are voted unless otherwise denoted with an (S) in below Planning Information table.

Fiscal year for terms and conditions: Input to come

Link to Department's Program Inventory: Negotiations of Claims and Self-Government Agreements

Description: This program supports Canada's commitment to the negotiation of claims and self-government agreements to reconcile Aboriginal rights, as recognized and affirmed under section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982, with the sovereignty of the Crown. It also supports Canada's commitment to negotiating self-government agreements to address aspirations for greater Indigenous autonomy and self-reliance and to promote good governance. With the participation of provincial and territorial governments, Canada negotiates claims and self-government agreements that provide Indigenous groups with a solid foundation for self-reliance and for the improvement of social, cultural and economic conditions within their communities.

Canada is undertaking Recognition of Indigenous Rights and Self-Determination discussions with Indigenous groups across Canada. These interest and distinctions-based discussions work toward the development and advancement of shared priorities through collaboratively developed mandates for Indigenous rights and self-determination agreements. Through these processes, the Parties will develop a common understanding of what is required to advance reconciliation based on recognition of rights, respect, co-operation and partnership. This will also contribute to the renewal of the Indigenous-Crown relationship and work towards closing socio-economic gaps between Indigenous peoples and the rest of Canada to develop healthier, more sustainable communities.

Expected results: Performance results for this transfer payment program are available in GC InfoBase.

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation: The evaluation of Consultation and Accommodation Unit was completed in 2015–2016.

Decision following the results of last evaluation: Continuation

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation: An evaluation of Specific Claims is planned for 2017–2018.

General targeted recipient groups:

Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients: Applicants and recipients will be engaged through the General Assessment process, through the call-for-proposals process, and through the agreement monitoring process. In addition, Métis and Non-Status Indian Aboriginal Representative Organizations will be engaged through regular meetings and communications with the Department as a means of building and maintaining strong relationships, and identifying and addressing areas of shared priorities.

Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment Forecast Spending
2017–2018
Planned Spending
2018–2019
Planned Spending
2019–2020
Planned Spending
2020–2021
Grants
Total grants 0 0 0 0
Contributions
Contributions to promote social and political development in the North and for Northerners 0 1,050,000 1,050,000 1,050,000
Contributions for the purpose of consultation and policy development 140,000 0 0 0
Contributions to supply public services in Indian Government Support and to build strong governance, administrative and accountability systems 9,001,202 6,520,779 6,509,633 6,549,981
Contributions to support the negotiation and implementation of Treaties, Claims and self-government agreements or initiatives 58,632,322 50,506,950 50,906,950 50,906,950
Total contributions 67,773,524 58,077,729 58,466,583 58,506,931
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0
Total Program 67,773,524 58,077,729 58,466,583 58,506,931
Note: Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals shown.

Transfer payments for Specific Claims

Start date/End date: Ongoing

Type of transfer payment: Grants and Contributions

Type of appropriation: Transfer payments are voted unless otherwise denoted with an (S) in below Planning Information table.

Fiscal year for terms and conditions: Input to come

Link to Department's Program Inventory: Specific Claims

Description: Specific claims are past grievances made by a First Nation against the federal government which relate to the administration of land and other First Nation assets and to the fulfilment of Indian treaties. Examples include the failure to provide enough reserve land, the improper management of First Nation funds, and the unlawful surrender of reserve lands. Key activities include the assessment of the historical and legal facts of a claim, the negotiation of settlement agreements, supporting the presentation of Canada's interests before the Specific Claims Tribunal, and payment of monetary compensation to First Nations pursuant to the terms of a settlement agreement or an award of the Tribunal. Resolving specific claims fairly and expeditiously supports the recognition and respect of First Nations' rights, discharges outstanding legal obligations of the Crown, and provides certainty for all Canadians.

Expected results: Performance results for this transfer payment program are available in GC InfoBase.

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation: The evaluation of Consultation and Accommodation Unit was completed in 2015–2016.

Decision following the results of last evaluation: Continuation

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation: An evaluation of Specific Claims is planned for 2017–2018.

General targeted recipient groups:

Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients: Applicants and recipients will be engaged through the General Assessment process, through the call-for-proposals process, and through the agreement monitoring process. In addition, Métis and Non-Status Indian Aboriginal Representative Organizations will be engaged through regular meetings and communications with the Department as a means of building and maintaining strong relationships, and identifying and addressing areas of shared priorities.

Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment Forecast Spending
2017–2018
Planned Spending
2018–2019
Planned Spending
2019–2020
Planned Spending
2020–2021
Grants
Grants to First Nations to settle specific and special claims negotiated by Canada and/or awarded by the Specific Claims Tribunal 1,412,782,974 689,736,979 32,199,310 31,048,667
Total grants 1,412,782,974 689,736,979 32,199,310 31,048,667
Contributions
Contributions for the purpose of consultation and policy development 0.00 900,000 900,000 900,000
Contributions to support the negotiation and implementation of Treaties, claims and self-government agreements or initiatives 10,961,200 6,859,000 6,859,000 6,859,000
Total contributions 10,961,200 7,759,000 7,759,000 7,759,000
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0
Total Program 1,423,744,174 697,495,979 39,958,310 38,807,667
Note: Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals shown.

Transfer payments for Management and Implementation of Agreements and Treaties

Start date/End date: Ongoing

Type of transfer payment: Grants and Contributions

Type of appropriation: Transfer payments are voted unless otherwise denoted with an (S) in below Planning Information table.

Fiscal year for terms and conditions: Input to come

Link to Department's Program Inventory:Management and Implementation of Agreements and Treaties

Description: This Program supports the Department's Core Responsibility: Rights and Self-Determination, through the implementation of treaties and self-government agreements, advancing renewed treaty relationships and consultation and engagement on issues of importance to Indigenous people.

It aims to create and maintain ongoing relationships to support the fulfilment of Canada's legal obligations pursuant to both pre- and post-1975 treaties, while considering ongoing rights and interests of Indigenous peoples. This Program supports Indigenous communities in articulating their interests, participating in economic activities, and managing and developing land and resources, where applicable. It also helps to demonstrate the importance of treaties and related partnerships between the Crown and Indigenous peoples. This is achieved by honouring Canada's obligations as set out in final settlement agreements and treaties, and by improving collaboration between Canada and Indigenous peoples, particularly between Canada and pre- and post-1975 treaty groups. Creating and maintaining relationships that honour pre- and post-1975 treaties contributes to strengthened, healthy, self-reliant and sustainable Indigenous communities while promoting delivery of programs and services vital to the health and advancement of Indigenous peoples.

Expected results: Performance results for this transfer payment program are available in GC InfoBase.

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation: The evaluation of the Impact of Self Government Agreements was completed in 2015–2016.

Decision following the results of last evaluation: Continuation

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation: An evaluation of the Whole of Government Approach to Modern Treaty Implementation is planned for 2018–2019.

General targeted recipient groups:

Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients: Recipients will be engaged through the General Assessment process, in the review and approval of funding proposals, as well as in ongoing discussions to determine the potential for longer-term agreements. Additionally, funding is provided per the obligations outlined in land claims and self-government agreements.

Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment Forecast Spending
2017–2018
Planned Spending
2018–2019
Planned Spending
2019–2020
Planned Spending
2020–2021
Grants
Grants to implement comprehensive land claims and self-government agreements 718,245,874 564,296,062 545,456,150 552,841,987
Grants to First Nations to settle specific and special claims negotiated by Canada and/or awarded by the Specific Claims Tribunal 20,928,614 103,482,806 532,611 492,263
(S) Grants to Aboriginal organizations designated to receive claim settlement payments underComprehensive Land Claim Settlement Acts 62,777,288 55,153,567 63,081,589 19,687,767
(S) Indian Annuities Treaty payments 2,622,082 1,400,000 1,400,000 1,400,000
Grants to Participating First Nations and the First Nation Education Authority Pursuant to theFirst Nations Jurisdiction over Education in British Columbia Act 1,402 600,000 600,000 600,000
Total grants 804,575,260 724,932,435 611,070,350 575,022,017
Contributions
Contributions to support the negotiation and implementation of Treaties, Claims and self-government agreements or initiatives 327,096,726 277,923,155 277,207,706 280,761,516
Contributions to support the construction and maintenance of community infrastructure 21,805,426 12,919,000 12,919,000 12,919,000
Contributions for the purpose of consultation and policy development 500,000 3,744,298 3,744,298 3,744,298
Contributions to support First Nations Elementary and Secondary Educational Advancement 0 0 0 0
Total contributions 349,402,152 294,586,453 293,871,004 297,424,814
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0
Total Program 1,153,977,412 1,019,518,888 904,941,354 872,446,831
Note: Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals shown.

Transfer payments for Consultation and Accommodation

Start date/End date: Ongoing

Type of transfer payment: Contributions

Type of appropriation: Transfer payments are voted unless otherwise denoted with an (S) in below Planning Information table.

Fiscal year for terms and conditions: Input to come

Link to Department's Program Inventory: Consultation and Accommodation

Description: This program provides support to federal departments and agencies as they work to fulfill the Crown's legal duty to consult, and where appropriate accommodate, Indigenous peoples whose asserted or established Aboriginal or treaty rights may be impacted by a federal activity. The program's core responsibilities may be summarized as:

The work of the Consultation and Accommodation Unit supports the Departmental Result of "Indigenous Peoples and Northerners determine their political, economic, social and cultural development" by providing advice and guidance to internal and external stakeholders so that they may consult and engage effectively on issues of importance to indigenous people and Northerners. Further, through support in negotiating consultation protocols and contributions to resource centres, the Unit supports Indigenous organizations and communities in controlling and managing their interests based on the recognition of and respect for their rights.

Expected results: Performance results for this transfer payment program are available in GC InfoBase.

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation: The evaluation of Consultation and Accommodation Unit was completed in 2015–2016.

Decision following the results of last evaluation: Continuation

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation: An evaluation of Consultation and Accommodation is planned for 2019–2020.

General targeted recipient groups:

Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients: Applicants and recipients will be engaged through the General Assessment process, through the call-for-proposals process, and through the agreement monitoring process. In addition, Métis and Non-Status Indian Aboriginal Representative Organizations will be engaged through regular meetings and communications with the Department as a means of building and maintaining strong relationships, and identifying and addressing areas of shared priorities.

Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment Forecast Spending
2017–2018
Planned Spending
2018–2019
Planned Spending
2019–2020
Planned Spending
2020–2021
Grants
Total grants 0 0 0 0
Contributions
Contributions for the purpose of consultation and policy development 2,641,311 4,778,565 2,226,065 2,226,065
Federal Interlocutor's Contribution Program 1,200,000 280,000 0 0
Total contributions 3,841,311 5,058,565 2,226,065 2,226,065
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0
Total Program 3,841,311 5,058,565 2,226,065 2,226,065
Note: Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals shown.

Transfer payments for Consultation and Policy Development

Start date/End date: Ongoing

Type of transfer payment: Grants and Contributions

Type of appropriation: Transfer payments are voted unless otherwise denoted with an (S) in below Planning Information table.

Fiscal year for terms and conditions: 2015

Link to Department's Program Inventory: Consultation and Policy Development

Description: The Consultation and Policy Development contribution program is intended to be a vehicle for a wide range of engagements between the department and Indigenous peoples for the development and implementation of departmental policy and programming. Eligible activities are those which investigate, develop, propose, review, inform or consult on policy matters within the mandate of the department. Eligible activities include workshops, studies, meetings, and policy development, all of which relate to and are in support of the department's policies and programming. The funding supports the Department as a whole to collaborate with Status Indians, Innu and Inuit on key policy issues.

Eligible recipients include: Indian, Inuit and Innu peoples (e.g. Tribal Councils; Indian Education Authorities).

In 2016–2017 the Department provided a total of $24 million in funding to eligible recipients across the department portfolio. Legal and Policy Authority:

Expected results: Performance results for this transfer payment program are available in GC InfoBase.

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation: The evaluationof Engagement and Policy Development Authority was completed in 2014–2015.

Decision following the results of last evaluation: Continuation

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation: An evaluation of Specific Claims is planned for 2017–2018.

General targeted recipient groups:

Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients: Treat the relationship with Indigenous peoples as a key priority, expressed through activities that range from complying with the duty to consult to co-developing policies wherever possible.

Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment Forecast Spending
2017–2018
Planned Spending
2018–2019
Planned Spending
2019–2020
Planned Spending
2020–2021
Grants
Grant to the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation 10,000,000 0 0 0
Total grants 10,000,000 0 0 0
Contributions
Contributions for the purpose of consultation and policy development 50,469,940 21,281,746 21,116,038 22,131,668
Contributions to supply public services in Indian Government Support and to build strong governance, administrative and accountability systems 41,275,308 2,741,331 2,741,331 2,741,331
Contributions for promoting the safe use, development, conservation and protection of the North's natural resources, and promoting scientific development for Indigenous peoples and the North 0 0 0 0
Total contributions 91,745,248 24,023,077 23,857,369 24,872,999
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0
Total Program 101,745,248 24,023,077 23,857,369 24,872,999
Note: Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals shown.

Transfer payments for Federal Interlocutor's Contribution Program

Start date/End date: Ongoing

Type of transfer payment: Contributions

Type of appropriation: Transfer payments are voted unless otherwise denoted with an (S) in below Planning Information table.

Fiscal year for terms and conditions: 2004

Link to Department's Program Inventory: Federal Interlocutor's Contribution Program

Description: The Federal Interlocutors Contribution Program aims to enhance the capacity, stability and accountability of both Métis and Non-Status Indian Aboriginal Representative Organizations to represent their members, and to build partnerships with federal and provincial governments and with the private sector. The program also works more specifically to:

  1. support the Métis National Council and its Governing Members in their transition to self-government and self-determination by enhancing their governance capacity and
  2. develop and standardize "objectively verifiable membership systems" for s. 35 rights-holding Métis collectives in accordance with the Supreme Court of Canada decision in Powley in 2003.
  3. Provide capacity and support for engagement on and development of key policy positions by Métis and Non-Status organizations

The program supports Departmental Results that Indigenous and Northern governments and institutions are effective and accountable by ensuring core governance capacity exists and is enhanced in key national and provincial Métis and Non-Status representative bodies.

Expected results: Performance results for this transfer payment program are available in GC InfoBase.

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation: The evaluation of Consultation and Accommodation Unit was completed in 2015–2016.

Decision following the results of last evaluation: Continuation

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation: An evaluation of Specific Claims is planned for 2017–2018.

General targeted recipient groups:

Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients: Applicants and recipients will be engaged through the General Assessment process, through the call-for-proposals process, and through the agreement monitoring process. In addition, Métis and Non-Status Indian Organizations will be engaged through regular meetings and communications with the Department as a means of building and maintaining strong relationships, and identifying and addressing areas of shared priorities.

Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment Forecast Spending
2017–2018
Planned Spending
2018–2019
Planned Spending
2019–2020
Planned Spending
2020–2021
Grants
Total grants 0 0 0 0
Contributions
Federal Interlocutor's Contribution Program 26,533,862 27,901,830 33,591,830 39,149,830
Total contributions 26,533,862 27,901,830 33,591,830 39,149,830
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0
Total Program 26,533,862 27,901,830 33,591,830 39,149,830
Note: Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals shown.

Transfer payments for Basic Organizational Capacity

Start date/End date: Ongoing

Type of transfer payment: Contributions

Type of appropriation: Transfer payments are voted unless otherwise denoted with an (S) in below Planning Information table.

Fiscal year for terms and conditions: 2015

Link to Department's Program Inventory: Basic Organizational Capacity

Description: Basic Organizational Capacity funding supports basic administration costs and provides a minimum level of capacity so that organizations can advise the federal government of their members' needs and interests. Basic operations such as salaries, rent and utilities are also covered.

In 2016–2017 the Department provided a total of $26.5 million in core funding to the five national and the 41 regional Indigenous Representative Organizations. This program aligns to the core departmental responsibility of "Rights and self-determination" by supporting Indigenous and Northern organizations, individuals and communities in controlling and managing their own affairs and interests based on collaboration and partnerships.

Eligible recipients are recognized Indigenous organizations. These organizations must be incorporated, represent First Nations, Métis, Inuit, or Non-Status Indian communities or Indigenous Women and not be in receipt of core funding from other federal departments for the purpose of maintaining basic organizational capacity to represent or advocate for the interest of its members.

Legal and Political Authority:

Order dated July 2004 authorizing the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development to Act as Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-Status Indians.

Expected results: Performance results for this transfer payment program are available in GC InfoBase.

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation: The evaluation of Consultation and Accommodation Unit was completed in 2015–2016.

Decision following the results of last evaluation: Continuation

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation: An evaluation of Specific Claims is planned for 2017–2018.

General targeted recipient groups:

Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients: The Department will support the basic needs of Indigenous Representative Organizations, so that they may be engaged by the entire Government to inform on policy and program development.

Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment Forecast Spending
2017–2018
Planned Spending
2018–2019
Planned Spending
2019–2020
Planned Spending
2020–2021
Grants
Total grants 0 0 0 0
Contributions
Contributions to support the basic organizational capacity of Indigenous representative organizations 30,928,758 24,994,637 21,982,392 21,474,577
Total contributions 30,928,758 24,994,637 21,982,392 21,474,577
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0
Total Program 30,928,758 24,994,637 21,982,392 21,474,577
Note: Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals shown.

Transfer payments for First Nation Jurisdiction Over Land and Economic Development

Start date/End date: Ongoing

Type of transfer payment: Grants and Contributions

Type of appropriation: Transfer payments are voted unless otherwise denoted with an (S) in below Planning Information table.

Fiscal year for terms and conditions: 2017

Link to Department's Program Inventory: First Nation Jurisdiction Over Land and Economic Development

Description: The program contributes to the development of strong First Nations governance and capacity and provides them with options to exercise jurisdiction, control and manage their own affairs and pursue economic, social and cultural development.

The department also works with Public Safety, the Royal Mounted Police of Canada and the Centre of Excellence for Matrimonial Real Property to provide First Nations with matrimonial real property protection and capacity building allowing for the enactment of provisional federal rules and community-specific laws.

The department and Indian Oil and Gas Canada, in collaboration with First Nations-led institutions are providing legislative and institutional frameworks for First Nation's jurisdiction over local taxation and the management of their land, environment, natural resources, oil and gas, finances and moneys. The Fiscal Management regime also provides First Nations with access to long-term and affordable financing.

First Nations Land Management First Nations are provided with resources to develop and negotiate Individual Agreements with Canada as well as develop their draft land code. First Nations Oil and Gas Money Management communities are provided funding to both acquire professional services in the development of their community's financial code and payment agreement which prescribe how their moneys are to be expended and to hold a vote to approve the code and the payment of moneys by their communities.

Expected results: Performance results for this transfer payment program are available in GC InfoBase.

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation: The evaluation of the sub-program Governance and Institutions of Government was completed in 2016–2017. The evaluation of Economic and Development Services was completed in fiscal year 2015–2016.

Decision following the results of last evaluation: Continuation

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation: An evaluation of Matrimonial Real Property is planned for 2017–2018. An evaluation of the Investment in Economic Opportunities component of Community Development is planned for 2019–2020.

General targeted recipient groups:

Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients: The Department will engage with First Nations Fiscal Management Act institutions through the general assessment process and the annual planning and reporting exercises (corporate plans & budgets and annual reports).

The Department will also work with the Lands Advisory Board and First Nations Land Management Resource Centre to continue expansion efforts by identifying and accepting new entrants to the First Nations Land Management Regime and continuing to support First Nations land management capacity.

In addition, the Department will work with our partners to effectively administer justice on reserve, particularly through the implementation of the Family Homes on Reserves and Matrimonial Interests or Rights Act.

Recipients are engaged through the General Assessment process, and, where appropriate, discussions on potential for longer-term agreements are ongoing.

Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment Forecast Spending
2017–2018
Planned Spending
2018–2019
Planned Spending
2019–2020
Planned Spending
2020–2021
Grants
Grant to the First Nations Finance Authority pursuant to theFirst Nations Fiscal and Statistical Management Act 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000
Total grants 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000
Contributions
Contributions for the purpose of consultation and policy development 1,316,638 0 0 0
Contributions to support Land Management and Economic Development 28,253,557 34,987,385 38,935,385 35,304,385
Contributions to supply public services in Indian Government Support and to build strong governance, administrative and accountability systems 29,450,122 11,971,737 11,971,737 11,971,737
Total contributions 59,020,317 46,959,122 50,907,122 47,276,122
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0
Total Program 59,520,317 47,459,122 51,407,122 47,776,122
Note: Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals shown.

Transfer payments for Northern and Arctic Governance and Partnerships

Start date/End date: Ongoing

Type of transfer payment: Grants and Contributions

Type of appropriation: Transfer payments are voted unless otherwise denoted with an (S) in below Planning Information table.

Fiscal year for terms and conditions: 2017–2018

Link to Department's Program Inventory: Northern and Arctic Governance and Partnerships

Description: This Program strengthens the Northern communities and people by: devolving responsibilities for lands and natural resources to territorial governments; fostering effective intergovernmental relations with territorial and Inuit governments; collaborating with Inuit organizations and providing support to Territorial Commissioners; providing grants for hospital and physician services in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories; and, advancing Canadian and northern interests through circumpolar forums such as the international Arctic Council. Canadians and Northerners will benefit from territorial governments ultimately having more control over their own affairs.

Expected results: Performance results for this transfer payment program are available in GC InfoBase.

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation: Evaluation of Northern Governance — Support for Territorial and Northern Organizations September 1, 2016

Decision following the results of last evaluation: N/A

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation: Northern and Arctic Governance and Partnership is planned for 2020–2021

General targeted recipient groups:

Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients: Northern and Arctic Governance and Partnership undertakes a variety of initiatives in order to facilitate the growth of strong, effective and efficient government structures in the North. The devolution of responsibilities for land and resource management to territorial governments will strengthen northern governance. This program also supports legislation and policy initiatives, the advancement of intergovernmental processes, collaboration with Inuit organizations and governments, the appointment of Territorial Commissioners and general federal-territorial relationships. In addition, it ensures that circumpolar cooperation activities reflect Canadian interests and grants are provided to territorial governments for hospital and physician services.

Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment Forecast Spending
2017–2018
Planned Spending
2018–2019
Planned Spending
2019–2020
Planned Spending
2020–2021
Grants
Grants to the Government of the Northwest Territories and the Government of Nunavut for health care of Indians and Inuit 55,454,000 56,563,000 57,694,000 58,848,000
Grants for the Political Evolution of the Territories, particularly as it Pertains to Devolution 8,051,264 9,100,036 8,250,036 8,250,036
Total grants 63,505,264 65,663,036 65,944,036 67,098,036
Contributions
Contributions to promote social and political development in the North and for Northerners 3,965,000 2,771,053 2,771,053 2,771,053
Contributions for promoting the safe use, development, conservation and protection of the North's natural resources, and promoting scientific development for Indigenous peoples and the North 954,194 72,083 72,083 72,083
Total contributions 4,919,194 2,843,136 2,843,136 2,843,136
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0
Total Program 68,424,458 68,506,172 68,787,172 69,941,172
Note: Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals shown.

Transfer payments for Individual Affairs

Start date/End date: Ongoing

Type of transfer payment: Grants and Contributions

Type of appropriation: Transfer payments are voted unless otherwise denoted with an (S) in below Planning Information table.

Fiscal year for terms and conditions: 2016–2017

Link to Department's Program Inventory:Individual Affairs

Description: The First Nations Individual Affairs Program is the lead program for the government's legislative and administrative responsibilities for registration, membership, status cards, trust moneys, and estates. The work of the Program is diverse and comprehensive, including supporting the Indian Registrar, issuing registration documents such as the Secure Certificate of Indian Status, issuing treaty annuity payments, administering estates as provided for under the Indian Act, and providing access to moneys held in trust by Canada on behalf of First Nations. The expected outcome of the Program is that Indigenous peoples, communities, and governments are given the tools to exercise their rights and self-determination.

The Program contributes to the Rights and Self-Determination Core Responsibility. The rights of individuals are supported through direct client services and partnerships with First Nations to determine eligibility for registration under the Indian Act; while the self-determination of individuals is supported through responding to requests for access to moneys held in trust by Canada on behalf of First Nations.

The Program maintains a current and accurate Indian Register and issues proof of registration which identifies those eligible to receive programs and services. The Program also ensures that the Government's responsibilities for estates management under the Indian Act are met.

Expected results: Performance results for this transfer payment program are available in GC InfoBase.

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation: The evaluation of Indian Moneys, Estates and Treaty Annuities, all of which were components of the First Nations Individual Affairs program, was completed in 2013–2014.

Decision following the results of last evaluation: Continuation

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation: An evaluation of the Registration and Membership program is planned for 2019–2020.

General targeted recipient groups: Indigenous peoples

Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients: Estate management is a mandatory statutory requirement pursuant to the Indian Act. In support of this statutory requirement, grants and contributions will be made available to First Nations to encourage capacity building (e.g. will-writing workshops). A call for proposals provides access to grants and contributions.

Administration of moneys held in trust is a fiduciary responsibility of the Minister. The Department supports First Nations that wish to exercise options to collect, manage, and access revenues held in trust. The Registration and Membership sub-program provides training to Indian Registration Administrators to keep them engaged in changes to the program.

Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment Forecast Spending
2017–2018
Planned Spending
2018–2019
Planned Spending
2019–2020
Planned Spending
2020–2021
Grants
(S) Indian Annuities Treaty payments 12,600 0 0 0
Total grants 12,600 0 0 0
Contributions
Contributions to Indian bands for registration administration 6,275,305 8,998,709 8,185,683 8,187,572
Contributions to supply public services in Indian Government Support and to build strong governance, administrative and accountability systems 672,088 209,039 209,039 209,039
Contributions to support Land Management and Economic Development 2,497,622 0 0 0
Total contributions 9,445,015 9,207,748 8,394,722 8,396,611
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0
Total Program 9,457,615 9,207,748 8,394,722 8,396,611
Note: Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals shown.

Transfer payments for Residential Schools Resolution

Start date/End date: Ongoing

Type of transfer payment: Contributions

Type of appropriation: Transfer payments are voted unless otherwise denoted with an (S) in below Planning Information table.

Fiscal year for terms and conditions: May 2006

Link to Department's Program Inventory:Residential Schools Resolution

Description: The Group IAP program provides funding to qualified groups across Canada to support healing and reconciliation for group members, their families, and communities. This program provides an opportunity for individuals to come together as they go through their individual IAP claim and/or shortly thereafter.

The overall objectives are:

Expected results: Performance results for this transfer payment program are available in GC InfoBase.

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation: Not Applicable

Decision following the results of last evaluation: Not Applicable

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation: Not Applicable

General targeted recipient groups: Individuals who are admitted into the IAP as a claimant are eligible to participate in the Group IAP program as group members. The eligibility criterion includes current IAP claimants and may include individuals who have already completed their IAP claim, regardless of whether they received compensation. In addition, the group as a whole must apply to IRSAS to be accepted as an eligible recipient under Group IAP.

Eligible recipients are incorporated not-for-profit groups (public or private organizations, or entities formally established by a survivor group) designated by eligible participants (group members) to manage and administer their Group IAP program. A recipient must be incorporated prior to entering into a contribution agreement with the Indian Residential Schools Adjudication Secretariat (IRSAS).

Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients: The Adjudication Secretariat meets throughout the year with communities, community-based organizations and Indigenous organizations that support Indian Residential Schools students across the country to provide information and promote awareness of and access to the program, with particular concentration in areas where participation has historically been low. Information about the program is posted publically on the IAP website, including expanded information and tools added during the Call for Proposals period.

Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment Forecast Spending
2017–2018
Planned Spending
2018–2019
Planned Spending
2019–2020
Planned Spending
2020–2021
Grants
Total grants 0 0 0 0
Contributions
Contributions for the purpose of consultation and policy development 850,000 0 0 0
Contributions for Groups of Indian Residential School survivors who wish to resolve their claim as a group under the Independent Assessment Process 1,004,500 0 0 0
Total contributions 1,854,500 0 0 0
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0
Total Program 1,854,500 0 0 0
Note: Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals shown.

Transfer payments for Indigenous Entrepreneurship and Business Development

Start date/End date: Ongoing

Type of transfer payment: Contributions

Type of appropriation: Transfer payments are voted unless otherwise denoted with an (S) in below Planning Information table.

Fiscal year for terms and conditions: 2014

Link to Department's Program Inventory: Indigenous Entrepreneurship and Business Development

Description: This Program contributes to the Community and Regional Development Core Responsibility by supporting Indigenous entrepreneurs who would otherwise have difficulty accessing capital to create and/or expand a business due to legislative and market-based barriers. The program provides access to capital, support services, and business/procurement opportunities including federal contracts contributing to higher levels of economic prosperity for Indigenous Canadians.

Expected results: Performance results for this transfer payment program are available in GC InfoBase.

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation: The evaluation of Business Capital and Support Services was completed in 2015–2016.

Decision following the results of last evaluation: Continuation

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation: An evaluation of Aboriginal Entrepreneurship is planned for 2020–2021.

General targeted recipient groups:

Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients:

Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment Forecast Spending
2017–2018
Planned Spending
2018–2019
Planned Spending
2019–2020
Planned Spending
2020–2021
Grants
Total grants 0 0 0 0
Contributions
Contributions to support Land Management and Economic Development 45,215,777 43,470,000 43,670,000 43,870,000
Total contributions 45,215,777 43,470,000 43,670,000 43,870,000
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0
Total Program 45,215,777 43,470,000 43,670,000 43,870,000
Note: Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals shown.

Transfer payments for Economic Development Capacity and Readiness

Start date/End date: Ongoing

Type of transfer payment: Contributions

Type of appropriation: Transfer payments are voted unless otherwise denoted with an (S) in below Planning Information table.

Fiscal year for terms and conditions: 2014

Link to Department's Program Inventory: Economic Development Capacity and Readiness

Description: The Department is supporting the efforts of Indigenous and Northern communities in sustainable economic development, sustainable food, social and green infrastructure, natural resources and environmental management. The Economic Development Capacity and Readiness program contributes by supporting Indigenous people and communities in advancing their business development and economic growth. The program provides support for the development of Indigenous capacity and the building of relationships with partners, through investments in the development of public and private sector partnerships, participation in targeted economic development opportunities, planning and economic development services and capacity building supports. These investments result in the leveraging investments, the establishment of regulatory certainty and the capacity to participate in economic opportunities, thereby, enabling Indigenous people and communities to achieve greater self-reliance and sustainable economic prosperity.

Expected results: Performance results for this transfer payment program are available in GC InfoBase.

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation: The evaluation of Economic and Development Services was completed in 2015–2016. The evaluation of Strategic Partnership Initiative was completed in 2014–2015.

Decision following the results of last evaluation: Continuation

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation: An evaluation of the Investment in Economic Opportunities component of Community Development is planned for 2019–2020. An evaluation of Strategic Partnerships Initiative, component of the West Coast Energy Initiative, is planned for 2018–2019.

General targeted recipient groups:

Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients:

Through stakeholder engagement:

Through calls for proposals:

Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment Forecast Spending
2017–2018
Planned Spending
2018–2019
Planned Spending
2019–2020
Planned Spending
2020–2021
Grants
Total grants 0 0 0 0
Contributions
Contributions to support Land Management and Economic Development 105,410,210 77,540,297 84,204,306 84,204,306
Contributions to support the Aboriginal Economic Development Strategic Partnerships Initiative 32,337,313 22,450,000 14,450,000 14,450,000
Contributions to supply public services in Indian Government Support and to build strong governance, administrative and accountability systems 200,000 0 0 0
Total contributions 137,947,523 99,990,297 98,654,306 98,654,306
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0
Total Program 137,947,523 99,990,297 98,654,306 98,654,306
Note: Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals shown.

Transfer payments for Land, Natural Resources and Environmental Management

Start date/End date: Ongoing

Type of transfer payment: Grants and Contributions

Type of appropriation: Transfer payments are voted unless otherwise denoted with an (S) in below Planning Information table.

Fiscal year for terms and conditions: 2009

Link to Department's Program Inventory: Land, Natural Resources and Environmental Management

Description: This program works with First Nation communities to develop innovative policy, process and system improvements to enhance conditions to increase the reserve land base, support sustainable management of land, environment and natural resources that leverages community and economic development opportunities and facilitates greater First Nation independence/self-sufficiency in managing these assets.

This program provides support to First Nation governments, as well as Aboriginal institutions and organizations through core and targeted funding to:

Expected results: Performance results for this transfer payment program are available in GC InfoBase.

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation: The Evaluation of Administration of Reserve Land was completed in 2015–2016.

Decision following the results of last evaluation: Continuation

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation: An evaluation for the Investment in Economic Opportunities component of Community Development is planned for 2019–2020.

General targeted recipient groups:

Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients:

Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment Forecast Spending
2017–2018
Planned Spending
2018–2019
Planned Spending
2019–2020
Planned Spending
2020–2021
Grants
Grants to First Nations to settle specific and special claims negotiated by Canada and/or awarded by the Specific Claims Tribunal 290,540 4,500,000 2,000,000 2,000,000
Total grants 290,540 4,500,000 2,000,000 2,000,000
Contributions
Contributions to support Land Management and Economic Development 33,693,270 42,628,206 43,065,948 43,080,328
Contributions to First Nations for the management of contaminated sites 80,040,695 29,681,030 16,218,219 3,068,948
Contributions for the purpose of consultation and policy development 900,000 658,000 658,000 658,000
Contributions to support the construction and maintenance of community infrastructure 75,263,114 0 0 0
Total contributions 189,897,079 72,967,236 59,942,167 46,807,276
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0
Total Program 190,187,619 77,467,236 61,942,167 48,807,276
Note: Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals shown.

Transfer payments for Climate Change Adaptation and Clean Energy

Start date/End date: Ongoing

Type of transfer payment: Contributions

Type of appropriation: Transfer payments are voted unless otherwise denoted with an (S) in below Planning Information table.

Fiscal year for terms and conditions: 2017

Link to Department's Program Inventory:Climate Change Adaptation and Clean Energy

Description: This Program contributes to increasing the resilience of northern and Indigenous communities by supporting the integration of climate information in decisions, reducing reliance on diesel and Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions. The Program takes a collaborative and capacity building approach, working with provincial and territorial governments, communities and Indigenous organizations to first identify priorities and then provide direct funding support for territorial governments and Indigenous communities to: monitor, collect and develop climate data and information; to conduct assessments to identify the impacts of climate change that affect them; and plan to address these risks. Funding is also provided to support to Northern communities, governments, and organizations to plan and construct renewable energy and energy efficiency projects.

The implementation of adaptation measures will lead to increased resilience and support the ultimate outcome that Indigenous and Northern communities strengthen their capacity to adapt to changing environments. This program supports the Core Responsibility Community and Regional Development.

Expected results: Performance results for this transfer payment program are available in GC InfoBase.

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation: The evaluation of EcoEnergy for Aboriginal and Northern Communities was completed in 2015–2016. The Environment Canada Horizontal Evaluation of Climate Change Adaptation was completed in 2010–2011.

Decision following the results of last evaluation: Continuation

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation: An evaluation of Water and Wastewater is planned for 2018–2019. A horizontal evaluation of Climate Change Adaptation and Clean Energy is planned for 2017–2018.

General targeted recipient groups:

Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients: Regional workshops were held in 2016-17 and 2017-18 to engage potential recipients and stakeholders and identify regional priorities and projects for potential funding.

Project proposal intake is ongoing through the program specific websites. Project guidelines are distributed to Indigenous organizations and program stakeholders annually to support the ongoing proposal intake.

The Indigenous Community-based monitoring program will have an annual call for proposals starting in 2018-19. The call will be through the program's website and potential applicants and recipients previously identified through workshops will be notified.

Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment Forecast Spending
2017–2018
Planned Spending
2018–2019
Planned Spending
2019–2020
Planned Spending
2020–2021
Grants
Total grants 0 0 0 0
Contributions
Contributions for promoting the safe use, development, conservation and protection of the North's natural resources, and promoting scientific development for Indigenous peoples and the North 22,289,495 23,550,000 23,550,000 23,550,000
Contributions to support the construction and maintenance of community infrastructure 8,343,100 9,000,000 9,000,000 9,000,000
Total contributions 30,632,595 32,550,000 32,550,000 32,550,000
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0
Total Program 30,632,595 32,550,000 32,550,000 32,550,000
Note: Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals shown.

Transfer payments for Northern Regulatory and Legislative Frameworks

Start date/End date: Ongoing

Type of transfer payment: Contributions

Type of appropriation: Transfer payments are voted unless otherwise denoted with an (S) in below Planning Information table.

Fiscal year for terms and conditions: 2017–2018

Link to Department's Program Inventory: Northern Regulatory and Legislative Frameworks

Description: This Program focuses on the management, sustainable development and regulatory oversight of the land, water, natural resources, and environment of the North, delivering on the Department's role as the Government of Canada's natural resource manager in Nunavut and the northern offshore and its post-devolution responsibilities in the Northwest Territories and Yukon.

Northern community and regional development is advanced through the sustainable management of lands and resources. Specifically, this Program involves: managing oil and gas resources development; supporting the sustainable management of active mineral exploration and development in the remaining Department-managed land and water areas in the North; and supporting an efficient and effective legislative and regulatory environment that respects and reflects settled land claim and self-government agreements and that ensures the sustainable use and development of natural resources in partnership with northerners.

Expected results: Performance results for this transfer payment program are available in GC InfoBase.

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation: The evaluation of Land and Water Management was completed in 2017–2018.

Decision following the results of last evaluation: Continuation

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation: An evaluation of Petroleum and Minerals is planned for 2021–2022.

General targeted recipient groups: Indigenous organizations

Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients: The Department supports the ongoing engagement of Indigenous people in maintaining an effective legislative and regulatory framework to manage land, water and resources in the North. Improvements to this framework are made regularly and involve consultations with Indigenous peoples.

Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment Forecast Spending
2017–2018
Planned Spending
2018–2019
Planned Spending
2019–2020
Planned Spending
2020–2021
Grants
Total grants 0 0 0 0
Contributions
Contributions for promoting the safe use, development, conservation and protection of the North's natural resources, and promoting scientific development for Indigenous peoples and the North 1,866,321 723,500 723,500 723,500
Total contributions 1,866,321 723,500 723,500 723,500
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0
Total Program 1,866,321 723,500 723,500 723,500
Note: Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals shown.

Transfer payments for Northern and Arctic Environmental Sustainability

Start date/End date: Ongoing

Type of transfer payment: Contributions

Type of appropriation: Transfer payments are voted unless otherwise denoted with an (S) in below Planning Information table.

Fiscal year for terms and conditions: Input to come

Link to Department's Program Inventory: Northern and Arctic Environmental Sustainability

Description: Northern and Arctic Environmental Sustainability contributes to a healthy and sustainable environment for the benefit of Northerners and Canadians by a sustainable management of land and resources in Indigenous communities and the North. The Program ensures that decision making is fully informed by providing scientific and policy reports and advice and by co-developing strategic plans to address environmental concerns and impacts. The Program ensures efficient and effective monitoring systems in the North by coordinating, generating and managing scientific and environmental data and by publishing results and data.

Expected results: Performance results for this transfer payment program are available in GC InfoBase.

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation: The evaluation of the Northern Contaminants Program and Northern Scientific Training Program was completed in 2012–2013. The evaluation of Land and Water Management was completed in 2017–2018.

Decision following the results of last evaluation: Continuation

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation: An evaluation of Northern Science and Technology is planned for 2019–2020. An evaluation of Federal Contaminated Sites Action Plan, led by Environment Canada, is planned for 2018–2019.

General targeted recipient groups:

Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients:

Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment Forecast Spending
2017–2018
Planned Spending
2018–2019
Planned Spending
2019–2020
Planned Spending
2020–2021
Grants
Total grants 0 0 0 0
Contributions
Contributions for promoting the safe use, development, conservation and protection of the North's natural resources, and promoting scientific development for Indigenous peoples and the North 6,336,521 6,781,499 7,081,499 6,406,499
Contributions to promote social and political development in the North and for Northerners 160,000 80,000 80,000 80,000
Total contributions 6,496,521 6,861,499 7,161,499 6,486,499
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0
Total Program 6,496,521 6,861,499 7,161,499 6,486,499
Note: Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals shown.

Transfer payments for Northern Contaminated Sites

Start date/End date: Ongoing

Type of transfer payment: Grants and Contributions

Type of appropriation: Transfer payments are voted unless otherwise denoted with an (S) in below Planning Information table.

Fiscal year for terms and conditions: 2017; 2014

Link to Department's Program Inventory: Northern Contaminated Sites

Description: The Northern Contaminated Sites Program contributes to community and regional development in the North, and the sustainable management of the lands and resources in Indigenous communities and the North.

The Program ensures that contaminated sites in the territories are managed to reduce risk to human and environmental health and safety for all Northerners through site assessments, care and maintenance, remediation and monitoring. Indigenous and Northern communities benefit from the Program's engagement activities that facilitate improved accessibility of employment and business opportunities created by the Program's projects. This leads to the development and maintenance of long-term partnerships with Indigenous and Northern communities through governance and partnering opportunities, as well as capacity building activities facilitated through the Program's active contaminated sites projects.

Northern contaminated sites originated primarily from mining, petroleum, and government military activity dating back over half a century and pose risks to human health and safety, and the fragile northern environment.

Expected results: Performance results for this transfer payment program are available in GC InfoBase.

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation: The evaluation of Federal Contaminated Sites Action Plan, led by Environment Canada, was completed in 2013–2014.

Decision following the results of last evaluation: Continuation

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation: An evaluation of Federal Contaminated Sites Action Plan, led by Environment Canada, is planned for 2018–2019. An evaluation of the Contaminated Sites Program is planned for 2018–2019.

General targeted recipient groups:

Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients: The Northern Contaminated Sites Program actively engages with Indigenous and northern communities to ensure community perspectives are considered in the planning and remediation phases of contaminated sites remediation projects.

In accordance with the Yukon Devolution Transfer Agreement, CIRNA retained the liability for contaminated sites created before devolution. The Government of Yukon manages these properties with funding provided through an annual Transfer Payment.

Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment Forecast Spending
2017–2018
Planned Spending
2018–2019
Planned Spending
2019–2020
Planned Spending
2020–2021
Grants
Grant to support the Giant Mine Oversight Board and research on arsenic trioxide 0 1,655,339 893,007 958,867
Total grants 0 1,655,339 893,007 958,867
Contributions
Transfer payments to the Government of Yukon for the care and maintenance, remediation and management of the closure of contaminated sites in Yukon 24,297,675 75,036,824 78,337,780 0
Contributions for promoting the safe use, development, conservation and protection of the North's natural resources, and promoting scientific development for Indigenous peoples and the North 32,678,318 6,611,125 7,142,823 5,741,133
Transfer payments to the Government of Yukon for the remediation of the Marwell Tar Pit Site to support the Contaminated Sites Program 145,700 70,000 70,000 70,000
Total contributions 57,121,693 81,717,949 85,550,603 5,811,133
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0
Total Program 57,121,693 83,373,288 86,443,610 6,770,000
Note: Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals shown.

Transfer payments for Nutrition North

Start date/End date: Ongoing

Type of transfer payment: Contributions

Type of appropriation: Transfer payments are voted unless otherwise denoted with an (S) in below Planning Information table.

Fiscal year for terms and conditions: 2016–2017

Link to Department's Program Inventory:Nutrition North

Description: The purpose of Nutrition North Canada is to help lower the high cost of food in northern isolated communities in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, Newfoundland and Labrador, Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut by providing a subsidy on perishable, nutritious foods. The program's objective is to make these foods more accessible and more affordable than they otherwise would be to residents of eligible isolated northern communities without year round surface (road, rail or marine) access.

The Program is a horizontal initiative , with Health Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada complementing the Nutrition North Canada retail subsidy by providing funding to support culturally appropriate retail and community-based nutrition education initiatives that aim to increase knowledge of healthy eating and develop skills for the selection and preparation of healthy store-bought and traditional/country foods. The Health Canada component of the Program serves residents of eligible First Nations and Inuit communities, and the Public Health Agency of Canada serves residents of isolated northern communities that fall outside the mandate of Health Canada's First Nations and Inuit Health Branch.

Expected results: Performance results for this transfer payment program are available in GC InfoBase.

Fiscal year of last completed evaluation: The evaluation for Nutrition North Implementation was completed in 2013–2014.

Decision following the results of last evaluation: Continuation

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation: An evaluation of the Nutrition North Program is planned for 2018–2019.

General targeted recipient groups: In 2018–2019, INAC will help alleviate the high cost of food in the North by making perishable nutritious food more accessible and affordable to residents of isolated northern communities through the Nutrition North Canada (NNC) food subsidy.

Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients: Building on program expansion and the completion of a year-long public engagement process to guide program updates, the Department will advance initiatives to further develop Nutrition North Canada so that it is more responsive to the needs of Northerners, while remaining sustainable. At the May 2017 key stakeholder meeting, the Nutrition North Canada Indigenous Working Group (IWG) was launched. Consisting of Indigenous representative organizations and federal officials, the IWG will work to co-design policy options for program revisions that are relevant to Northerners and northern communities.

Planning information (dollars)
Type of transfer payment Forecast Spending
2017–2018
Planned Spending
2018–2019
Planned Spending
2019–2020
Planned Spending
2020–2021
Grants
Total grants 0 0 0 0
Contributions
Contributions to support access to healthy foods in isolated northern communities 91,854,596 89,428,884 93,317,628 97,983,558
Total contributions 91,854,596 89,428,884 93,317,628 97,983,558
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0
Total Program 91,854,596 89,428,884 93,317,628 97,983,558
Note: Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals shown.
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