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[3]. A strategic outcome is a long-term, enduring benefit to Canadians that stems from a department or agency's mandate, vision, and efforts. It represents the difference a department or agency wants to make for Canadians. There are over 200 strategic outcomes in the Government of Canada.

[4]. A program activity is the highest level program in a federal department or agency's program structure. In these structures — called program activity architectures—programs at the activity, subactivity, and sub-subactivity levels are depicted in their logical relationship to each other and to the strategic outcome(s) to which they contribute. There are over 400 program activities in the Government of Canada.























[27]. Statistics Canada, Cansim table 102-0511

[28]. Statistics Canada, Cansim table 105-051

[29. Statistics Canada, Cansim table 105-0501

[30]. Statistics Canada, Cansim table 105-3001

[31]. Statistics Canada, Cansim table 105-4080






[37]. Statistics Canada, Canada Survey of Giving, Volunteering and Participating (CSGVP)



[40]. Statistics Canada, General Social Survey, Cycle 19
















[56]. The "public service" refers to the core public administration (i.e., those departments and agencies for which Treasury Board is the employer) and separate employers, such as the Canada Revenue Agency, Parks Canada, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, and National Research Council Canada.