Canadians have Information to Manage their Lands and Natural Resources, and are Protected from Related Risks
It is only through a deep and expansive understanding of Canada's landmass and resource base that today’s decision-makers can determine the right choices for tomorrow – choices that keep Canada's landmass and resource base properly delineated and safeguarded. This deep and expansive understanding requires expertise and technology. The objective of this Strategic Outcome is to ensure that Canada's landmass and resource base are properly delineated and safeguarded. This objective is achieved by providing expertise and technology, enabling a) the management of risks to human, natural resource, and infrastructure health, and b) the use of landmass knowledge.
|Expected Result||Performance Indicators||Targets|
|Canadians have information to manage their lands and natural resources, and are protected from related risks||Number of new and updated public and private sector adaptation and risk mitigation activities, plans and strategies, such as Natural Resource Management Plans, Adaptation Plans or Emergency Preparedness Plans using NRCan information||5 activities, plans or strategies by March 31, 2014|
|Number of national or international interoperable geo-tools and data frameworks that support the management of lands, natural resources, national infrastructure and human populations||2 (baseline as of 2012-13) by March 31, 2014|
|Planned Spending||Main Estimates|