Canada's Economic Action Plan (EAP) provides assistance to other governments as well as to aboriginal communities. You can select one of these links to see a complete list of initiatives of interest to the following sectors:

The harbour in Pangnirtung was the first small craft facility built on the Nunavut Territory by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans under its Small Craft Harbours Program. Facilities include an offloading wharf, floating wharves, a marshalling area, a sealift and channel and basin. The harbour will be managed by a Harbour Authority in the near future.
The Government recognizes the importance of engaging with employers who are committed to promoting the inclusion of persons with disabilities in the workplace.
Canada's Economic Action Plan accelerated payments for "ready-to-go" infrastructure projects. It also made Provincial-Territorial Base funding more flexible.
This initiative involves the construction of a small craft harbour in Pangnirtung, Nunavut. When completed, this harbour will provide local fishers with a modern and reliable base of operations for years to come.
Through the stimulus phase of the Economic Action Plan, the government invested $200 million toward 210 social housing construction and renovation projects in Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut.
Project funding to advance electronic health records in Canada, electronic medical records in physician offices and the integration of points of service
The Agricultural Flexibility Fund (AgriFlexibility) is a five year (2009-2014) program that seeks to improve the agricultural sector's competitiveness and help it adapt to pressures in a global marketplace.

Economic Action Plan 2012 proposes to review Canada's preferential tariff regime for developing countries.

The IMF is a key global institution in assisting the international community through economic crises. In order to support its continuing role, the Government of Canada is delivering on its commitment to ratify a historic quota and governance reform agreement reached in 2010, which enhances the IMF's capacity to provide support to the global economy. These actions should continue to strengthen the legitimacy and effectiveness of the IMF.


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