Contribution Agreements Government Of Canada

11.1 With the exception of contributions to the Hague Conference on Private International Law and the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (Unidroit), advance payments upon receipt and acceptance of a claim for eligible expenses are made up to 95% of the contribution if the recipient is not late to its reporting obligations. Industry Canada levies amounts that can be repaid or recovered by beneficiaries under agreements. 6.89 In cases where contributions to the program for defence industry productivity issues and technology partnerships Canada were reimbursed, most of the reimbursements we reviewed were requested by the department within the time limit. The Department has documented the procedures for managing repayable contributions and has recently updated these procedures. Recipients must notify program officials within 15 business days of each change in project funding from other public sources. Changes to funding from other government sources may have an impact on the funding of the ITC program. The PPI`s actions are consistent with the government`s priorities. As such, contributions can be made for the following judicial activities: 2.1 The Department of Justice (R.S.C., 1985) entrusts the Minister of Justice with federal powers to oversee all matters related to judicial administration in Canada, not provincial governments and the administration of public affairs to ensure that they are in compliance with the law. The minister has the legislative power to manage the appropriate means for the administration of justice. 6.57 Monitoring and reporting obligations in contribution agreements that are proportionate to the risks are important, as these mechanisms could allow Canadian industry to identify potential problems in high-risk projects earlier.

This could allow the Department to take corrective action more quickly than usual. Since we found that monitoring and reporting obligations are not proportionate to project risks, efficiencies may be overlooked, and unnecessary burdens on recipients and departmental resources may not be well directed. 6.19 The Bombardier CSeries performance measurement strategy includes performance indicators such as the number and nature of research and development positions maintained and created under the agreements, as well as the number and type of cooperation with research institutes, universities and other companies. Article 9 of the status of the Hague Conference on Private International Law, which allows for a contribution to Be billed in Canada, states that departments define proposed expenditures for grant and contribution programs in key and complementary estimates and proactively communicate recipients. They then report on the actual amounts spent on Canada`s public finances. In addition to the amounts for each program, the government lists recipients of grants and contributions of $100,000 or more. Finally, they outline the results of their programs in their departmental results reports and on GC Infobase. The Department reserves the right to apply to the Organization any sum owed by Her Majesty`s Organization.

This section does not limit the right of delay granted by the Act, a provision of the Agreement or other agreements between Her Majesty and the Organization. For each claim, recipients are required to update project funding from each of their other sources (i.e., other authorities and partners/industry). For more details, see the receipt manual above.