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Each organization is responsible to conduct its own analysis, under the Gender-Based Analysis Plus (GBA Plus) frameworkthis is a link to an external website, to support this government-wide reporting requirement.
In 2018, Parliament passed the Canadian Gender Budgeting Actthis is a link to an external website. The departmental plans and departmental results reports are being used to fulfil the President of the Treasury Board's obligations to make public analysis on the impacts of expenditure programs on gender and diversity.
All departments must complete the GBA Plus supplementary information table. Even if GBA Plus is deemed not relevant to a department’s programs, the department must complete the table and explain how GBA Plus is not relevant.
As a micro-sized department, CCOHS does not have resources to dedicate full-time employees to this initiative. However, CCOHS recognizes its importance and is committed to ensuring diverse groups of workers in Canada benefit from our programs. The CCOHS leadership team, along with its tripartite Council of Governors, ensure that GBA Plus perspectives are integrated into departmental decisionmaking processes by requiring CCOHS to assess the potential implications of products and services produced to support the diverse populations of Canadians.
We set the following goals for 2023-24:
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