Details on Transfer Payment Programs

Airports Capital Assistance Program

Name of transfer payment program Airports Capital Assistance Program
Start date April 1, 2010
End date No end date
Type of Transfer Payment Contribution
Type of Appropriation Appropriation annually through Estimates
Fiscal year for terms and conditions 201011
Strategic Outcome An efficient transportation system
Link to department's Program Alignment Architecture Program 1.3: Transportation Infrastructure;
Sub-program 1.3.1: Airport Infrastructure;
Sub-Sub-program 1.3.1.3: Small Aerodrome Support
Description The Airports Capital Assistance Program assists eligible applicants in financing safety-related capital projects to ensure the continued safety of the Canadian travelling public.
Results achieved In 2015–16, the program maintained/improved safety and efficiency at 22 non-federally owned airports by funding 30 eligible safety-related capital infrastructure projects.
Comments on variances The Department re-profiled $7.6M from lapsed 2014–15 funds and internally reallocated $1.3M to fund additional projects.
Audits completed or planned No audit was completed during the reporting period.
Evaluations completed or planned No evaluation was completed during the reporting period.
Engagement of applicants and recipients Information about the program is posted on the departmental website. An information brochure for applicants is sent to all eligible airports.
Performance Information (dollars)
Type of Transfer Payment 2013-14 Actual
spending
2014–15 Actual
spending
2015–16
Planned
spending
2015–16
Total authorities
available for use
2015–16
Actual spending
(authorities used)
Variance
(2015–16 actual
minus 2015–16 planned)
Total grants 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total contributions 12,869,974 27,326,438 38,000,000 45,561,077 46,935,184 (8,935,184)
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total program 12,869,974 27,326,438 38,000,000 45,561,077 46,935,184 (8,935,184)

Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative Transportation Infrastructure Fund

Name of transfer payment program Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Transportation Infrastructure Fund
Start date October 20, 2006
End date March 31, 2018
Type of Transfer Payment Contribution
Type of Appropriation Appropriated annually through Estimates
Fiscal year for terms and conditions 201213
Strategic Outcome An efficient transportation system
Link to department's Program Alignment Architecture Program 1.2: Gateways and Corridors;
Sub-program 1.2.1: Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative
Description The primary objective of the Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Transportation Infrastructure Fund (APGCTIF) is to address capacity challenges facing Canada's Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor transportation system. The APGCTIF provides funding for strategic infrastructure projects in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba that enhance the competitiveness, efficiency and capacity of Canada's multimodal transportation network focused on international commerce with the Asia-Pacific region.
Results achieved In 2015–16, significant investments were made under the APGCTIF to make the multimodal transportation network more efficient, safe, and secure for the movement of international trade within the Asia-Pacific Region. Six projects were completed in British Columbia including Fraser Surrey Dock-Port Authority Project, 80 Street Huston Road and River Road Roadway Improvements Project, Westminster Highway and Nelson Road Widening Project, Number 6 Road Widening Project, Ridley Island Road, Rail and Utility Corridor Project, Roberts Bank Container Examination Facility, and Regional Transportation Management Centre. Also completed was the Highway 2 and 41 Avenue SW Intermodal Access Project in Alberta.
 
An open call for proposals for the remaining funds under the APGCTIF was initiated in March 2015. As a result of this process, nine additional projects received funding that will enhance the efficiency of the West Coast transportation system in support of growing international trade.
Comments on variances The variance between planned spending and actual spending for 2015–16 under the Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative resulted from delays in the start of several projects. The major contributing factors for delays included complex third-party negotiations, lack of sufficient recipient resources and long recipient tendering processes.
Audits completed or planned No audit was completed during the reporting period.
Evaluations completed or planned An evaluation is planned for completion by November 2016.
Engagement of applicants and recipients Activities to engage applicants and recipients include dialogue and ongoing relationships, consistent with the related contribution agreements, as well as requirements for regular progress reports, site visits to project sites, Management Committee meetings, regular meetings (in-person and by telephone), communications activities and initiatives to market programs, environmental assessment, Aboriginal consultations, and project evaluation and reporting.
Performance Information (dollars)
Type of Transfer Payment 2013-14 Actual
spending
2014–15 Actual
spending
2015–16
Planned
spending
2015–16
Total authorities
available for use
2015–16
Actual spending
(authorities used)
Variance
(2015–16 actual
minus 2015–16 planned)
Total grants 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total contributions 185,097,539 95,145,022 40,249,710 52,036,001 43,867,173 (3,617,463)
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total program 185,097,539 95,145,022 40,249,710 52,036,001 43,867,173 (3,617,463)

Ferry Services Contribution Program

Name of transfer payment program Ferry Services Contribution Program
Start date 1941
End date March 31, 2017Footnote 1
Type of Transfer Payment Contribution
Type of Appropriation Appropriated annually through Estimates
Fiscal year for terms and conditions 201011
Strategic Outcome An efficient transportation system
Link to department's Program Alignment Architecture Program 1.3: Transportation Infrastructure;  
Sub-program 1.3.2:  Marine Infrastructure  
Sub-Sub-program 1.3.2.3: Ferry Services Stewardship and Support
Description The Ferry Services Contribution Program provides financial assistance to maintain three inter-provincial ferry services in Atlantic Canada and Eastern Quebec. More specifically, the contributions are for the service across the Northumberland Strait between Wood Islands, Prince Edward Island and Caribou, Nova Scotia operated by Northumberland Ferries Ltd.; the service between Cap-aux-Meules, Îles de la Madeleine, Quebec and Souris, Prince Edward Island operated by CTMA Traversier Ltée; and the service between Saint John, New Brunswick and Digby, Nova Scotia operated by Bay Ferries Ltd.
Results achieved Certain regional and remote Atlantic Canada and Eastern Quebec communities continue to have access to national transportation options.
 
Canadians in Atlantic Canada and Eastern Quebec benefited from reliable ferry services with service providers meeting or exceeding the minimum level of service established for the ferry services.
 
Ferry services were operated in a safe and efficient manner.
Comments on variances The variance of approximately $3 million is a result of adjustments to the schedule for capital projects, leading to a surplus in 2015–16.
Audits completed or planned No audit was completed during the reporting period.
Evaluations completed or planned No evaluation was completed during the reporting period.
Engagement of applicants and recipients Discuss and provide clear template-based contribution agreements, leases and charter party agreements; annually review and negotiate the performance objectives and budget required to deliver the ferry services as per the terms of the agreements; inform of service standards and reporting requirements based on the risk profile of each recipient; maintain an ongoing dialogue to assess change and progress through monthly conference calls with each recipient; follow up as required on project activities, funding requirements and reporting requirements; and notify of the requirement to audit and inform of audit findings.
Performance Information (dollars)
Type of Transfer Payment 2013-14 Actual
spending
2014–15 Actual
spending
2015–16
Planned
spending
2015–16
Total authorities
available for use
2015–16
Actual spending
(authorities used)
Variance
(2015–16 actual
minus 2015–16 planned)
Total grants 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total contributions 28,349,829 32,616,292 34,569,754 34,569,754 31,657,222 2,912,532
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total program 28,349,829 32,616,292 34,569,754 34,569,754 31,657,222 2,912,532

Gateways and Border Crossings Fund

Name of transfer payment program Gateways and Border Crossings Fund
Start date February 7, 2008
End date Ongoing
Type of Transfer Payment Contribution
Type of Appropriation Appropriated annually through Estimates
Fiscal year for terms and conditions 2013-14
Strategic Outcome An efficient transportation system
Link to department's Program Alignment Architecture Program 1.2: Gateways and Corridors;
Sub-program 1.2.2: Gateways and Border Crossings Fund
Description The Gateways and Border Crossings Fund (GBCF) is a merit-based program that funds transportation infrastructure and other related initiatives to develop and exploit Canada's strategic gateways, trade corridors and border crossings and to better integrate the national transportation system.
Results achieved Since the program began, over 50 infrastructure and non-infrastructure projects in nine provinces have been announced under the GBCF. Commitments have included investments in highway infrastructure, strategic border crossings, as well as major ports and airports.
 
Major infrastructure projects completed during 2015–16 include the Rt. Hon. Herb Gray Parkway leading to the new Gordie Howe International Bridge; two major terminal components in Halifax (Richmond Terminal Project and South End Terminal Project), and the Jean Lesage Airport Improvement and Expansion Project.
 
Through a number of marketing activities and communications materials, Transport Canada promoted Canada's Gateways as an efficient, reliable and secure transportation solution to domestic and international audiences. Activities included funding for marketing initiatives under the Atlantic Gateway International Marketing, a component of the GBCF.
Comments on variances A number of projects experienced delays due to severe weather events, project design issues and long recipient contracting processes. Projects experiencing delays include Highway 75 in Manitoba, Sault Ste. Marie Plaza Redevelopment in Ontario, and Transportation Infrastructure supporting the Global Transportation Hub project in Saskatchewan.
Audits completed or planned No audit was completed during the reporting period.
Evaluations completed or planned An evaluation is planned to be completed by November 2016.
Engagement of applicants and recipients Engagement initiatives include targeted calls for project proposals, consultations and meetings with partners and stakeholders, and kiosks at gateway/trade-related conferences. Agreement Management Committees are responsible for the management and administration of contribution agreements between Transport Canada and GBCF recipients.
Performance Information (dollars)
Type of Transfer Payment 2013-14 Actual
spending
2014–15 Actual
spending
2015–16
Planned
spending
2015–16
Total authorities
available for use
2015–16
Actual spending
(authorities used)
Variance
(2015–16 actual
minus 2015–16 planned)
Total grants 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total contributions 128,832,901 336,389,054 484,147,493 484,147,493 330,368,813 153,778,680
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total program 128,832,901 336,389,054 484,147,493 484,147,493 330,368,813 153,778,680

Grade Crossing Improvement Program and Grade Crossing Closure Program approved under the Railway Safety Act

Name of transfer payment program Grade Crossing Improvement Program approved under the Railway Safety Act
Start date January 1, 1989
End date Ongoing
Type of Transfer Payment Contribution
Type of Appropriation Appropriated annually through Estimates
Fiscal year for terms and conditions 200910
Strategic Outcome A safe and secure transportation system
Link to department's Program Alignment Architecture Program 3.3:  Rail Safety;  
Sub-program 3.3.3: Rail Safety Awareness and Grade Crossing Improvement
Description Payments made to railway companies and road authorities (including provinces and municipalities) to improve safety at public road-railway grade crossings.
Results achieved In 2015–16, 565 of the 603 approved projects were completed. In total 16 projects were not completed due to project delays, and 22 projects were not completed due to operational reasons (ineligible costs, alternate plans, etc.).
Comments on variances The primary cause of the $2 million variance between planned and actual spending for 2015–16 results from estimated project costs being greater than the actual construction costs. The variance is also due to project delays, as some projects did not complete construction due to schedule complications, or weather conditions.
Audits completed or planned No audit was completed during the reporting period.
Evaluations completed or planned No evaluation was completed during the reporting period.
Engagement of applicants and recipients Quarterly conference calls with key recipients, Transport Canada's website and outreach activities.

Performance Information (dollars)
Type of Transfer Payment 2013-14 Actual
spending
2014–15 Actual
spending
2015–16
Planned
spending
2015–16
Total authorities
available for use
2015–16
Actual spending
(authorities used)
Variance
(2015–16 actual
minus 2015–16 planned)
Total grants 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total contributions 7,052,349 8,402,976 10,945,000 10,945,000 8,929,862 2,015,138
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total program 7,052,349 8,402,976 10,945,000 10,945,000 8,929,862 2,015,138

Grants and Contributions to Support Clean Transportation Initiatives

Name of transfer payment program Grants and Contributions to Support Clean Transportation Initiatives
Start date 201112
End date 2017-18
Type of Transfer Payment Contribution
Type of Appropriation Appropriated annually through Estimates
Fiscal year for terms and conditions 201112
Strategic Outcome A clean transportation system
Link to department's Program Alignment Architecture Program 2.1:  Clean Air from Transportation;  
Sub-program 2.1.2:  Clean Air Initiatives
Description Transfer payment funding is provided through three initiatives: Clean Rail Academic Grant Program, Clean Transportation Initiative on Port-Related Trucking and Shore Power Technology for Ports Program.
Results achieved Clean Rail Academic Grant Program: Clean Transportation technologies are available to users. This program increases a focus in Canadian universities on the program's priorities; accelerates the development of clean technologies for the rail industry and enables the rail industry to better comply with increasingly stringent environmental regulations.
 
Clean Transportation Initiative on Port-Related Trucking:
In 2015–16, three technology projects were completed at the Port of Montreal, including: the installation of radio frequency identification technology to improve truck traffic flow; the deployment of global positioning system data-collection devices to better measure truck transit times, fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions; and the development of a concept of operations for a pre-approved access lane for trucks in order to reduce wait times, idling and emissions. One additional project is underway at Port Metro Vancouver to establish a common truck reservation system, allowing for more efficient coordination and scheduling of trucking movements, and reducing congestion at the port. This project has been extended to 2017-18.

Shore Power Technology for Ports Program: In 2015–16, five transfer payment agreements were managed (including progress report, financial claims, and project management). Out of those five, two were completed – British Columbia Ferry Services and Halifax Port Authority. The remaining three agreements are progressing as expected. An amendment to Vancouver Fraser Port Authorities' Deltaport and Centerm projects were approved on June 28, 2016 for funding increase and date extension to March 31, 2019. This amendment was necessary in order to support the completion of those two contribution agreements.
Comments on variances

One project under the Shore Power Technology for Ports Program experienced construction and procurement delays. In addition, one project application was withdrawn by the applicant. This required a re-profiling of funds.

Audits completed or planned No audit was completed during the reporting period.
Evaluations completed or planned No evaluation was completed during the reporting period.

Engagement of applicants and recipients

  • Formal consultation sessions across Canada and meetings with port authorities, terminal operators, trucking operators, industry associations, other supply chain participants, and provinces.
  • On-line application, guidance material and service standards have been posted on the department's web site.
  • Ongoing outreach and engagement with industry and provinces to explain program objectives and eligibility requirements.
Performance Information (dollars)
Type of Transfer Payment 2013-14 Actual
spending
2014–15 Actual
spending
2015–16
Planned
spending
2015–16
Total authorities
available for use
2015–16
Actual spending
(authorities used)
Variance
(2015–16 actual
minus 2015–16 planned)
Total grants 250,000 27,350 250,000 250,000 250,000 0
Total contributions 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total program 250,000 27,350 250,000 250,000 250,000 0

Grant to the Province of British Columbia in respect of the provision of ferry and coastal freight and passenger services

Name of transfer payment program Grant to the Province of British Columbia in respect of the provision of ferry and coastal freight and passenger services
Start date April 18, 1977
End date Ongoing
Type of Transfer Payment Grant
Type of Appropriation Appropriated annually through Estimates
Fiscal year for terms and conditions Not applicable  "named grant"
Strategic Outcome An efficient transportation system
Link to department's Program Alignment Architecture Program 1.3: Transportation Infrastructure;  
Sub-program 1.3.2: Marine Infrastructure;  
Sub-Sub-program 1.3.2.3:  Ferry Services Stewardship Support.
Description The grant to the Province of British Columbia gives financial assistance to provide ferry services in the waters of the province as part of a federal obligation to provide transportation links to the national transportation system from various regions and isolated areas of British Columbia.
Results achieved The grant helped maintain transportation links to the national surface transportation system from various regions and isolated areas of British Columbia.
Comments on variances The grant is indexed annually to the rate of inflation for the City of Vancouver. The estimated inflation rate was higher than the actual.
Audits completed or planned No audit was completed during the reporting period.
Evaluations completed or planned No evaluation was completed during the reporting period.
Engagement of applicants and recipients Not applicable
Performance Information (dollars)
Type of Transfer Payment 2013-14 Actual
spending
2014–15 Actual
spending
2015–16
Planned
spending
2015–16
Total authorities
available for use
2015–16
Actual spending
(authorities used)
Variance
(2015–16 actual
minus 2015–16 planned)
Total grants  28,372,954  28,355,115 29,238,376 29,238,376 28,729,747 508,629
Total contributions 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total program  28,372,954 28,355,115 29,238,376 29,238,376  28,729,747 508,629

Northumberland Strait Crossing subsidy payment under the Northumberland Strait Crossing Act (Statutory)

Name of transfer payment program Northumberland Strait Crossing subsidy payment under the Northumberland Strait Crossing Act (Statutory)
Start date May 31, 1997
End date April 1, 2032
Type of Transfer Payment Contribution
Type of Appropriation Northumberland Strait Crossing Subsidy Payment under the Northumberland Strait Crossing Act (S.C., 1993, c. 43)
Fiscal year for terms and conditions The terms and conditions have not been reviewed since the commencement of the program, as there is a contractual agreement between the Government of Canada and Strait Crossing Development Inc.
Strategic Outcome An efficient transportation system
Link to department's Program Alignment Architecture Program 1.3: Transportation Infrastructure;
Sub-program 1.3.3:  Surface and Multimodal Infrastructure;
Sub-Sub-program 1.3.3.2: Federal Bridge Stewardship
Description The Northumberland Strait Crossing subsidy payments are made to the bridge operator to honour a constitutional obligation to provide a transportation link between Prince Edward Island and the mainland.
Results achieved Federal funding was provided for continuous and efficient year-round transportation of people and goods between Prince Edward Island and the mainland to support an efficient, integrated and accessible transportation system.
Comments on variances The actual contribution amount was less than planned spending due to a lower than expected inflation adjustment.
Audits completed or planned  The program has not been audited, given the contractual agreement between the Government of Canada and Strait Crossing Inc.
Evaluations completed or planned  The program has not been evaluated given the exclusion of statutory payments from the evaluation coverage requirement.
Engagement of applicants and recipients Not applicable
Performance Information (dollars)
Type of Transfer Payment 2013-14 Actual
spending
2014–15 Actual
spending
2015–16
Planned
spending
2015–16
Total authorities
available for use
2015–16
Actual spending
(authorities used)
Variance
(2015–16 actual
minus 2015–16 planned)
Total grants 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total contributions 60,830,420 61,732,946 63,789,074 62,334,630 62,334,630 1,454,444
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total program 60,830,420 61,732,946 63,789,074 62,334,630 62,334,630 1,454,444

Oceans Network Canada – Smart Oceans Contribution Program

Name of transfer payment program Oceans Network Canada – Smart Oceans Contribution Program
Start date October 3, 2014
End date March 31, 2017
Type of Transfer Payment Contribution
Type of Appropriation Appropriated annually through Estimates
Fiscal year for terms and conditions 201415
Strategic Outcome A clean transportation system
Link to department's Program Alignment Architecture Program 2.2: Clean Water from Transportation
Sub-program 2.2.1: Clean Water Regulatory Framework
Description The Program supports the recipient's activities to operate its network of infrastructure in order to deliver data and data products for a wide-range of stakeholders for the purposes of marine safety, environmental monitoring and protection, and public safety.
Results achieved The program contributes funding to Ocean Networks Canada's Smart Oceans initiative. With Transport Canada's contribution, Ocean Networks Canada was able to select sites for installation of data collection equipment to expand its observation network, initiate processes to define which marine safety products would be developed, and engage stakeholders and responders who could benefit from its increased data collection and production capacity. The program is progressing as planned.
Comments on variances The program is in its second year and has not shown any variance from planned results.
Audits completed or planned No audit was completed during the reporting period.
Evaluations completed or planned No evaluation was completed during the reporting period.
Engagement of applicants and recipients Not applicable
Performance Information (dollars)
Type of Transfer Payment 2013-14 Actual
spending
2014–15 Actual
spending
2015–16
Planned
spending
2015–16
Total authorities
available for use
2015–16
Actual spending
(authorities used)
Variance
(2015–16 actual
minus 2015–16 planned)
Total grants 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total contributions 0 4,200,000 7,400,000 7,400,000 7,400,000 0
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total program 0 4,200,000 7,400,000 7,400,000 7,400,000 0

Outaouais Road Agreement

Name of transfer payment program Outaouais Road Agreement
Start date January 7, 1972
End date Ongoing
Type of Transfer Payment Contribution
Type of Appropriation Appropriated annually through Estimates
Fiscal year for terms and conditions 200910
Strategic Outcome An efficient transportation system
Link to department's Program Alignment Architecture Program 1.3: Transportation Infrastructure;
Sub-program 1.3.3: Surface and intermodal infrastructure;
Sub-sub-program 1.3.3.3: Highway and other transportation infrastructure support
Description Contributions to the Government of Quebec for highway improvements made to enhance overall efficiency and promote safety while encouraging regional and industrial development and tourism in the National Capital Region.
Results achieved No new projects were initiated in 2015–16. The projects completed to date have enhanced the safety and the efficiency of the Outaouais road network.
Comments on variances A significant delay occurred due to design issues in Phase 3 of the A-5 project. As a result, project costs were lower than forecasted.
Audits completed or planned No audit was completed during the reporting period.
Evaluations completed or planned No evaluation was completed during the reporting period.
Engagement of applicants and recipients This is not applicable to the Outaouais Road Agreement. The Province of Quebec solicits funding from the federal government for eligible projects under this agreement.  
Performance Information (dollars)
Type of Transfer Payment 2013-14 Actual
spending
2014–15 Actual
spending
2015–16
Planned
spending
2015–16
Total authorities
available for use
2015–16
Actual spending
(authorities used)
Variance
(2015–16 actual
minus 2015–16 planned)
Total grants 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total contributions 13,066,408 9,366,718 950,000 950,000 392,610 557,390
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total program 13,066,408 9,366,718 950,000 950,000 392,610 557,390

Remote Passenger Rail Program

Name of transfer payment program Remote Passenger Rail Program
Start date April 1, 2013
End date Ongoing
Type of Transfer Payment Contribution
Type of Appropriation Appropriated annually through Estimates
Fiscal year for terms and conditions 2013-14
Strategic Outcome An efficient transportation system
Link to department's Program Alignment Architecture Program 1.3: Transportation Infrastructure;
Sub-program 1.3.3: Surface and Multimodal Infrastructure;
Sub-Sub-program 1.3.3.1: Rail Passenger Stewardship and Support program
Description This program provides funding to ensure that safe, reliable, viable and sustainable passenger rail services are provided to certain areas of the country where these services are the only means of surface transportation for remote communities. Funding for both operating and capital projects is provided.
Results achieved Funding for capital projects for ongoing railway rehabilitation and equipment purchases was provided to Keewatin Railway Company and Tshiuetin Transportation Inc. to ensure their passenger rail lines remained safe and reliable. Funding was also provided to Tshiuetin Transportation Inc. for operating expenditures related to their passenger rail service. Funding was provided to CN Rail for their operation of a passenger rail service between Sault Ste. Marie and Hearst, Ontario until the end of April 2016. Agreements between the city of Sault Ste. Marie and the private sector to operate the line after that date were never finalized and the passenger rail service ceased to operate.
Comments on variances The variance is a result of two occurrences. CN Rail continued to run a passenger rail service between Sault Ste. Marie and Hearst for the month of April resulting in a higher than expected federal contribution. In addition, capital expenditures under Tshiuetin Transportations Inc. were less than expected due to construction delays.
Audits completed or planned No audit was completed during the reporting period.
Evaluations completed or planned No evaluation was completed during the reporting period.
Engagement of applicants and recipients Ongoing communication with recipients
Performance Information (dollars)
Type of Transfer Payment 2013-14 Actual
spending
2014–15 Actual
spending
2015–16
Planned
spending
2015–16
Total authorities
available for use
2015–16
Actual spending
(authorities used)
Variance
(2015–16 actual
minus 2015–16 planned)
Total grants 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total contributions 12,809,202 13,360,273 11,200,000 11,200,000 11,355,924 (155,924)
Total other types of transfer payments 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total program 12,809,202 13,360,273 11,200,000 11,200,000 11,355,924 (155,924)
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