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Figure 1: Transport Canada 2016-17 Program Alignment Architecture (PAA)

  • 1 An Efficient Transportation System (Strategic Outcome)

    • 1.1 Transportation Marketplace Frameworks (Program)

      • 1.1.1 Air Marketplace Framework (Sub-Program)

      • 1.1.2 Marine Marketplace Framework (Sub-Program)

      • 1.1.3 Surface Marketplace Framework (Sub-Program)

      • 1.1.4 International Frameworks and Trade (Sub-Program)

      • 1.1.5 Transportation Analysis and Innovation (Sub-Program)

    • 1.2 Gateways and Corridors (Program)

      • 1.2.1 Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative (Sub-Program)

      • 1.2.2 Gateways and Border Crossings Fund (Sub-Program)

    • 1.3 Transportation Infrastructure (Program)

      • 1.3.1 Airport Infrastructure (Sub-Program)

        • 1.3.1.1 Airport Authority Stewardship (Sub-Sub-Program)

        • 1.3.1.2 Airport Operations (Sub-Sub-Program)

        • 1.3.1.3 Small Aerodrome Support (Sub-Sub-program)

      • 1.3.2 Marine Infrastructure (Sub-Program)

        • 1.3.2.1 Canada Port Authority Stewardship (Sub-Sub-Program)

        • 1.3.2.2 Seaway Stewardship and Support (Sub-Sub-Program)

        • 1.3.2.3 Ferry Services Stewardship and Support (Sub-Sub-Program)

        • 1.3.2.4 Port Operations (Sub-Sub-Program)

      • 1.3.3 Surface and Multimodal Infrastructure (Sub-Program)

        • 1.3.3.1 Rail Passenger Stewardship and Support (Sub-Sub-Program)

        • 1.3.3.2 Bridge Stewardship (Sub-Sub-Program)

        • 1.3.3.3 Highway and Other Transportation Infrastructure Support (Sub-Sub-Program)

    • 2 A Clean Transportation System (Strategic Outcome)

      • 2.1 Clean Air from Transportation (Program)

        • 2.1.1 Clean Air Regulatory Framework and Oversight (Sub-Program)

        • 2.1.2 Clean Air Initiatives (Sub-Program)

      • 2.2 Clean Water from Transportation (Program)

        • 2.2.1 Clean Water Regulatory Framework (Sub-Program)

        • 2.2.2 Clean Water Regulatory Oversight (Sub-Program)

      • 2.3 Environmental Stewardship of Transportation (Program)

    • 3 A Safe and Secure Transportation System (Strategic Outcome)

      • 3.1 Aviation Safety (Program)

        • 3.1.1 Aviation Safety Regulatory Framework (Sub-Program)

        • 3.1.2 Aviation Safety Oversight (Sub-Program)

          • 3.1.2.1 Service to the Aviation Industry (Sub-Sub-Program)

          • 3.1.2.2 Surveillance of the Aviation System (Sub-Sub-Program)

        • 3.1.3 Aircraft Services (Sub-Program)

      • 3.2 Marine Safety (Program)

        • 3.2.1 Marine Safety Regulatory Framework (Sub-Program)

        • 3.2.2 Marine Safety Oversight (Sub-Program)

        • 3.2.3 Navigable Protection Program (Sub-Program)

      • 3.3 Rail Safety (Program)

        • 3.3.1 Rail Safety Regulatory Framework (Sub-Program)

        • 3.3.2 Rail Safety Oversight (Sub-Program)

        • 3.3.3 Rail Safety Awareness and Grade Crossing Improvement (Sub-Program)

      • 3.4 Motor Vehicle Safety (Program)

        • 3.4.1 Motor Vehicle Safety Regulatory Framework (Sub-Program)

        • 3.4.2 Motor Vehicle Safety Oversight (Sub-Program)

        • 3.4.3 Motor Carrier Safety (Sub-Program)

      • 3.5 Transportation of Dangerous Goods (Program)

        • 3.5.1 Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulatory Framework (Sub-Program)

        • 3.5.2 Transportation of Dangerous Goods Oversight (Sub-Program)

        • 3.5.3 Emergency Response for Transportation of Dangerous Goods (Sub-Program)

      • 3.6 Aviation Security (Program)

        • 3.6.1 Aviation Security Regulatory Framework (Sub-Program)

        • 3.6.2 Aviation Security Oversight (Sub-Program)

        • 3.6.3 Aviation Security Technological Infrastructure (Sub-Program)

      • 3.7 Marine Security (Program)

        • 3.7.1 Marine Security Regulatory Framework (Sub-Program)

        • 3.7.2 Marine Security Oversight (Sub-Program)

        • 3.7.3 Marine Security Operations Centres (Sub-Program)

      • 3.8 Surface and Intermodal Security (Program)

      • 3.9 Multimodal Safety and Security (Program)

        • 3.9.1 Multimodal Strategies and Integrated Services (Sub-Program)

        • 3.9.2 Emergency Preparedness and Situation Centres (Sub-Program)

        • 3.9.3 Integrated Technical Training (Sub-Program)

    • 4 Internal Services (Supports all strategic outcomes) (Program)

      • 4.1 Management and Oversight (Sub-Program)

      • 4.2 Communications (Sub-Program)

      • 4.3 Legal (Sub-Program)

      • 4.4 Human Resources Management (Sub-Program)

      • 4.5 Information Management (Sub-Program)

      • 4.6 Information Technology Services (Sub-Program)

      • 4.7 Financial Management (Sub-Program)

      • 4.8 Real Property (Sub-Program)

      • 4.9 Materiel (Sub-Program)

      • 4.10 Acquisition (Sub-Program)

[Return to Figure 1: Transport Canada 2016-17 Program Alignment Architecture (PAA)]

Figure 2: Transport Canada’s Corporate Risk Profile

Risk Opportunities Impact* Likelihood**
(1) Safety and Security Oversight Effectiveness: Transport Canada may not be able to sufficiently strengthen and standardize its oversight activities across all transportation modes Medium-High Moderate
(2) Transportation System Efficiency and Reliability: Transport Canada’s actions may not be sufficient to adequately protect and enhance the competitiveness, efficiency and resilience of transportation Medium-High Unlikely
(3) Security Incident Response Effectiveness: Transport Canada may not be able to respond to security incidents in a coordinated, timely and adequate manner Medium-High Moderate-Likely

* Range of values for Impact is:

  1. Negligible
  2. Low
  3. Medium
  4. High
  5. Extreme

** Range of values for Likelihood is:

  1. Rare
  2. Unlikely
  3. Moderate
  4. Likely
  5. Almost Certain

[Return to Figure 2: Transport Canada’s Corporate Risk Profile]

Figure 3: Spending Trend for Transport Canada

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Fiscal year Voted Statutory Total
2013–14 1,087,041,710 253,591,125 1,340,632,835
2014–15 1,341,232,378 263,848,933 1,605,081,311
2015–16 1,343,880,747 278,126,491 1,622,007,238
2016–17 999,565,184 266,342,413 1,265,907,597
2017–18 774,547,817 228,390,188 1,002,938,005
2018–19 636,535,329 228,050,777 864,586,106

[Return to Figure 3: Spending Trend for Transport Canada]

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