The Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) has a mandate to build healthy and vibrant communities across Ontario. As we work to deliver that mandate, we are committed to accountability, transparency and openness.
In compliance with the Government of Ontario’s “Open by Default” Open Data Directive, the Ontario Trillium Foundation is committed to post its past grant data in a simple and easy-to-use format.
Community organizations, researchers and policy makers can access the data to collaborate and be more innovative.
The published data includes all approved OTF grants:
- Grants for the period between 1999 to 2015 (.csv)
- updated Grants for the period between 2015 to 2016 (.csv)
- updated Youth Opportunities Fund Grants for the period between 2013 to 2017 (.csv)
In accordance with Section 5 of the Government of Ontario’s Open Data Directive, OTF publishes a list of all data sets held by the Foundation. View the OTF Data Inventory. If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will continue to update this page on regular basis on the spirit of the government’s commitment to “Open by Default” and welcome your feedback at email@example.com
These two concordance files match OTF Catchment geography to Statistics Canada Census Divisions municipalities. Use of these files allows for OTF Open Data to be linked to any other dataset using Statistics Canada geographic definitions, increasing the usability of OTF Open Data.
NEW As a part of OTF’s commitment to transparency and openness, we are making the analysis of our grant making prepared for the Board available to the public.
All Ontarians and the public benefit sector can access the board-level analysis to understand the impact of our investments in communities, and help us all to learn and improve. For more information, please see the Government of Ontario’s Open Data Directive and OTF’s Open Data Policy.
In compliance with the Management Board of Cabinet’s expense disclosure requirements, OTF publicly posts travel, meal and hospitality expense information. Our staff can claim — and be reimbursed for — necessary travel, meal and hospitality expenses they pay for, during the course of their work for the Foundation. Expense claims are governed by strict rules which outline what can be repaid with public funds, and what maximum amounts can be claimed.
More information about the Travel, Meal and Hospitality Directive.
Expenses will be disclosed in the period that they are claimed and are net of refundable sales tax.
Past expenses by Quarters: (.xlsx):
|Fiscal Year 2014-2015||Fiscal Year 2015-2016||Fiscal Year 2016-2017|
|Q4 - January to March, 2015||Q1 - April to June, 2016|
Q2 - July to September, 2016:
Executive Compensation Framework
At OTF we believe in the importance of being open and transparent, and accountable to the Ontario communities we serve. As part of this accountability, OTF is committed to responsible and transparent administration of the compensation for all members of its Senior Leadership by reporting the details of how their compensation is determined.
Compensation is a key element in attracting and retaining the necessary talent to deliver high quality public services while managing public dollars responsibly. Our current executive contracts comply with all applicable legislation, and also align with the Executive Compensation Framework regulation that came into force on September 6, 2016.
As part of our commitment to the highest standards of accountability, we are sharing publicly our executive compensation framework program and are engaging in public consultations when determining the compensation we may provide to our designated executives. We are proud to be one of the first government bodies to do so since the regulation came into effect. To provide feedback to Ontario Trillium Foundation, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The draft executive compensation program was posted for a period of 30 days (date of posting: November 15), and was posted as final on December 15, 2016.