Report on Plans and Priorities 2015-16
|Strategic Outcome||Program||Spending Area||Government of Canada Outcome||2015-16
|1 - Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries||1.1 Integrated Fisheries Management||Economic Affairs||Strong economic growth||132,058,128|
|1.2 Aboriginal Strategies and Governance||Economic Affairs||Strong economic growth||85,549,894|
|1.3 Sustainable Aquaculture Program||Economic Affairs||Strong economic growth||27,854,324|
|1.4 Salmonid Enhancement Program||Economic Affairs||Strong economic growth||29,421,364|
|1.5 Aquatic Animal Health||Economic Affairs||An innovative and knowledge-based economy||5,503,416|
|1.6 Biotechnology and Genomics||Economic Affairs||An innovative and knowledge-based economy||3,379,708|
|1.7 International Engagement||International Affairs||A prosperous Canada through global commerce||12,105,833|
|1.8 Marine Navigation||Economic Affairs||Strong economic growth||41,828,751|
|1.9 Small Craft Harbours||Economic Affairs||Strong economic growth||114,501,031|
|1.10 Territorial Delineation||Economic Affairs||An innovative and knowledge-based economy||1,593,377|
|1.11 Climate Change Adaptation Program||Economic Affairs||An innovative and knowledge-based economy||2,393,994|
|2 - Sustainable Aquatic Ecosystems||2.1 Compliance and Enforcement||Economic Affairs||A clean and healthy environment||102,911,820|
|2.2 Fisheries Protection||Economic Affairs||A clean and healthy environment||59,284,200|
|2.3 Species at Risk||Economic Affairs||A clean and healthy environment||14,616,829|
|2.4 Environmental Response Services||Economic Affairs||A clean and healthy environment||16,965,722|
|2.5 Oceans Management||Economic Affairs||A clean and healthy environment||46,666,258|
|3 - Safe and Secure Waters||3.1 Search and Rescue Services||Social Affairs||A safe and secure Canada||30,508,166|
|3.2 Marine Communications and Traffic Services||Social Affairs||A safe and secure Canada||33,337,572|
|3.3 Maritime Security||Social Affairs||A safe and secure Canada||8,477,162|
|3.4 Fleet Operational Readiness||Social Affairs||A safe and secure Canada||679,602,143|
|3.5 Shore-Based Asset Readiness||Social Affairs||A safe and secure Canada||108,148,093|
|3.6 Canadian Coast Guard College||Social Affairs||A safe and secure Canada||13,063,489|
|3.7 Hydrographic Products and Services||Economic Affairs||An innovative and knowledge-based economy||27,983,471|
|3.8 Ocean Forecasting||Economic Affairs||An innovative and knowledge-based economy||8,476,473|
|Spending Area||Total Planned Spending|
For more information, please see the Government of Canada's Whole-of-Government Framework.
The variance between the 2014-15 forecast spending and the 2015-16 through 2017-18 planned spending is mainly attributable to Supplementary Estimates, operating and capital budget carry forwards and collective bargaining, which have been included in the 2014-15 forecast spending but are not yet known for 2015-16 through 2017-18. The increase in funding for 2015-16 relates to items such as the procurement of helicopters for the Canadian Coast Guard, the vessel life extensions and mid-life modernization program, the implementation of a world-class tanker safety system and the investment at small craft harbours across Canada.
The decreasing trend is attributable to spending efficiencies resulting from Budget 2012 and Budget 2013 implementation and the sunsetting of various departmental programs.
For more information on Fisheries and Oceans Canada's organizational appropriations, consult the 2015-16 Main Estimates on the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat websiteFootnote2.
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