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Table of Contents

Section I - Overview

Minister's Message
President's Message
Management Representation Statement
Summary Information

  1. Raison d'être
  2. Summary of Performance in Relation to Strategic Outcomes, Priorities and Commitments

CIHR's Operating Environment

  1. Approach to Health Research
  2. CIHR's Core Business
  3. Evaluating our Performance
  4. CIHR's Partnerships - Leveraging our Impact
  5. Risks and Challenges

Alignment to Government of Canada Strategic Outcomes
Summary of CIHR's Performance

Section II: Analysis of Program Activities by Strategic Outcome

Strategic Outcome 1.0: Outstanding Research

Strategic Outcome 2.0: Outstanding Researchers in Innovative Environments

Strategic Outcome 3.0: Transforming Health Research into Action

Section III: Supplementary Information

Table 1: Comparison of Planned to Actual Spending (including FTEs)
Table 2: Resources by Program Activity
Table 3: Voted and Statutory Items
Table 4: Services Provided Without Charge
Table 5: Sources of Non-respendable Revenue
Table 6: Response to Parliamentary Committees, Audits and Evaluations
Table 7: Crosswalk Between Performance Indicators Used in 2006-2007 RPP and 2006-2007 DPR
Table 8: Financial Statements
Table 9: Details on Transfer Payment Programs (TPPs)

Section IV: Other Items of Interest

Year 5 - International Review Panel Report, 2000-2005