ARCHIVED – Supplementary Data on Budget 2012 Implementation

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(planned savings $ in thousands)
Program Alignment Architecture 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
1.1 Permanent Economic Residents 2,617 3,176
1.2 Temporary Economic Residents 1,699 2,062
2.1 Family and Discretionary Immigration 3,233 3,924
2.2 Refugee Protection 1,491 3,593
3.1 Settlement and Integration of Newcomers 10,924 14,071
3.2 Citizenship for Newcomers and all Canadians 1,627 1,644
3.3 Multiculturalism for Newcomers and all Canadians 2,325 2,537 2,540
4.1 Health Management [Note 1] 24,200 28,052 27,834
4.2 Migration Control and Security Management 4,738 5,752
4.3 Canadian Influence on International Migration and Integration agenda 46 64
5.1 Internal Services 1,992 6,576
TOTAL 26,525 58,956 71,236

Footnote

  • [1] Interim Federal Health Program (IFHP) changes include: ending coverage, other than that needed to protect public health and safety, for rejected asylum claimants, and ending supplemental benefits for most non-government sponsored beneficiaries. This ensures IFHP benefits are not more generous than what Canadians receive through government-funded benefit programs. A description of IFHP benefits is on CIC’s web site. [back to note 1]
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