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HPW-TTC, Participation Plan Monitoring Agreement

Privacy Impact Assessment #: HPW-PIA-2023-11
Public Body Name : Highways and Public Works
Date of Approval: Tuesday, May 2, 2023

The Highways and Public Works and Teslin Tlingit Council (HPW-TTC) - Participation Plan Monitoring Agreement PIA will focus on the collection, use, and disclosure of the Yukon First Nation participation levels for the bridge replacement project at the Nisutlin Bay Bridge. The information is to be collected by the Graham Construction Ltd (the contractor) and will be submitted to HPW to ensure compliance with the TTC participation plan.

Student Financial Assistance System (SFAS)

Privacy Impact Assessment #: EDU-PIA-2023-07
Public Body Name : Highways and Public Works
Date of Approval: Tuesday, April 25, 2023

This initiative is to replace the existing Student Financial Assistance (SFA) platform to improve the user experience for students, while also streamlining the application approval process for SFA Officers, in turn reducing the time required for funding eligibility decisions. The new portal will enable students to enter, view, and update their personal information as part of a persistent profile that can be used to apply for student financial assistance from Territorial (Yukon Grant, Student Training Allowance, Yukon Excellence Awards, and four scholarships) and Federal (Canada Student loans (both full-time and part-time), Canada Student Grants) sources, and interact with SFA Officers.

Our Clean Future Website

Privacy Impact Assessment #: ENV-PIA-2023-03
Public Body Name : Environment
Date of Approval: Wednesday, April 12, 2023

A website is being developed for reporting communications and awareness building on the subject of Our Clean Future (OCF), a Yukon strategy for climate change, energy and a green economy. The website will be hosted on a non-Yukon.ca platform in order to support efficiency, automated entry of information and reporting efforts regarding actions and decisions implemented to create a green economy. The website will support principles related to accountability and transparency between the Department of Environment (ENV) and Yukon public members.

Economic Development Fund

Privacy Impact Assessment #: ECD-PIA-2023-05
Public Body Name : Economic Development
Date of Approval: Tuesday, April 11, 2023

The Economic Development Fund (EDF) started April 1, 2021 and amalgamated three funds (the Strategic Industries Development Fund (SIDF), the Regional Development Fund (REDF) and the Enterprise Trade Fund (ETF) into one fund. The aim of the new fund is to help maximize the impact of funding investments and support innovation, job creation and private sector growth. The amalgamation of the three funds is accompanied with some additional features, including an expansion of the list of eligible activities, such as capital expenditures, multiple intake dates for applications, and funding for up to 75% of total project costs and up to 50% of capital expenses. The aim of this funding program is to provide financial support to economic development actors in Yukon for projects that grow and diversify Yukon’s economy.

COVID-19- Stimulus Programs

Privacy Impact Assessment #: ECD-PIA-2023-01
Public Body Name : Economic Development
Date of Approval: Monday, March 20, 2023

COVID-19 Stimulus Programs are designed to assist businesses and Non-Government Organizations
(NGOs) meet their labour shortage and financial obligations during this time of reduced income and self isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Vaccine Verification Rebate

Privacy Impact Assessment #: ECD-PIA-2023-03
Public Body Name : Economic Development
Date of Approval: Monday, March 20, 2023

The Vaccine Verification Rebate (VVR) program was introduced in response to the Vaccine Verification rules brought into effect November 13, 2021. The program aims to help businesses and societies offset the purchase costs of scanners or equivalent technology required for them to comply with the new vaccine verification rules, using the YG approved application. The program is available to all Yukon businesses and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) that are required to verify vaccine status under the Civil Emergency Measures Act (CEMA). Governments and their corporations are not eligible. The program provides a rebate for eligible equipment purchases made between November 8, 2021 and December 20, 2021. Businesses or societies whose applications are approved receive a 50% rebate of eligible expenses to a maximum rebate of $500.

Media Development - Film Fund

Privacy Impact Assessment #: ECD-PIA-2023-04
Public Body Name : Economic Development
Date of Approval: Friday, March 17, 2023

The Yukon Government ("VG") has developed four media funding programs managed by the Media Development ("MD") team, which aims at:
• Maintaining and ultimately increasing the level of total independent media production
and expenditure in the Yukon;
• Maximizing Yukon employment opportunities for Yukoners resulting from media
production in the Yukon; and
• Encouraging sustainable growth in the Yukon media production sector, resulting in a
stronger infrastructure of skills and services.

Industry Conference Registration

Privacy Impact Assessment #: HPW-PIA-2023-04
Public Body Name : Highways and Public Works
Date of Approval: Tuesday, February 21, 2023

Highways and Public Works - Procurement Support Centre (HPW-PS Centre) requires an online event registration tool for the annual Yukon Industry Conference. The tool will allow government employees and business representatives to sign up for the event and collect the associated payment. A link to the online registration will be available on Yukon.ca where users will be redirected to an Upstream webpage for the processing of payment and registration purposes.

Worker's Safety and Compensation Board Yukon (WSCB) data in People, Metrics, Analytics and Projects (PMAP)

Privacy Impact Assessment #: PSC-PIA-2023-01
Public Body Name : Public Service Commission
Date of Approval: Tuesday, February 21, 2023

The People, Metrics, Analytics and Projects (PMAP) Branch within the Public Service Commission (PSC) is responsible for providing information to senior leaders and decision makers to enable evidence and data-based decisions. The branch will use Worker's Safety and Compensation Board (WSCB) data and transform it into illustrative and dynamic models. These models will assist senior management with evidence-based decision making.

The benefit of evidence-based data is that strategic planning and resources can be targeted to address specific workplace and business issues. For example, the analysis of accidents versus lack of training uptake by staff may justify mandatory training. Without metrics, resources may be randomly applied to initiatives that may not address gaps. Evidence-based data therefore facilitates efficient use of resources towards impactful business and workplace solutions.

CANImmunize 2.0

Privacy Impact Assessment #: HSS-PIA-2023-02
Public Body Name : Health and Social Services
Date of Approval: Monday, February 20, 2023

CANImmunize (CANI) is a Canadian solution that was partially funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada. It is designed specifically to assist organizations in efficiently running mass immunization clinics. It also helps eliminate the use of paper, reduce wait times between vaccinations, maintain electronic vaccination records and can provide Yukoners with digital proof of vaccinations.