This program does not require a refund because the department does not intend to contribute to the creation of profits or to the increase in the value of a business. 8.1 Contributions are generally paid in return for eligible costs or expenses incurred by the recipient and are made upon submission of acceptable applications and progress reports in accordance with the provisions of the contribution agreement. The content of this website is covered by the provisions of the Copyright Act, through international laws, directives, regulations and agreements. These provisions are intended to identify the source of information and, in some cases, to prohibit the reproduction of materials without written authorization. The full cost of the contribution is paid to the recipient only if 100% of the predetermined performance forecasts are met. Contribution agreements are long enough to include all performance expectations and allow a 100% refund of benefits. 11.2 Total public assistance from all sources (i.e. federal, provincial and municipal costs) does not exceed 100% of eligible costs. All public aid includes grants, contributions and other aid (e.g.
B non-monetary/in-kind benefits). If the effective aid exceeds this limit, the reimbursement of more than the total public aid is calculated on a proportional basis (on the basis of total public aid for eligible costs). 6.4 For a limited number of small projects, pre-defined performance forecasts are linked to client performance at certain stages (such as deminer and maintaining language or employment level) at a rate of pay set in the agreement. Note: These terms and conditions apply to all agreements/agreements signed for the fiscal year beginning April 1, 2013 and beyond. All agreements signed before April 1, 2013 remain eligible, in accordance with the previous terms of the settlement program, until these contracts expire. “sub-convention” – the agreement signed between the organization and a final beneficiary or local partner. 6.3 In the event that the recipient implements a small project to test the leverage, effectiveness and elements of socio-financing, resources from the National Settlement Program Fund are made available within existing reference levels. Expenses incurred prior to the signing of the contribution agreement by the IRCC or prior to the approved launch of the IRCC project, or the costs associated with preparing an application, are not reimbursed. 6.1 The Department ensures that the amount of the contribution or grant is set at a minimum amount necessary to achieve the program`s objectives clearly defined in Section 2.
And the results expected by the recipient. Other sources of funding are also being considered to ensure that the amount is reasonable. Other factors are also taken into account: partnerships (both new partnerships and deepening existing partnerships), the nature of partnerships (for example. B financial or service agreements between organizations), the use of common community resources and resources, and other innovative approaches can help us achieve the same or greater results through resource constraints. Programming can also use unused resources such as relevant technologies, new volunteers and businesses. Billing and integration are part of the continuum of controlled migration.