RFP – For First Nations, Inuit and Métis Initiative Evaluation – RFP No. RP350-2020-01

RFP – For First Nations, Inuit and Métis Initiative Evaluation – RFP No. RP350-2020-01

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Name Canadian Partnership Against Cancer
Type RFP
Region ON
Sector Public Sector
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Client Canadian Partnership Against Cancer

For First Nations, Inuit and Métis Initiative Evaluation
RFP No. RP350-2020-01


ISSUE DATE: Friday, November 20, 2020
DEADLINE FOR PROPONENT ENQUIRIES Friday, December 11, 2020 no later than 5:00pm EST (Toronto local time)
PROPOSAL SUBMISSION DEADLINE Tuesday December 22, 2020 no later than 3:00pm EST (Toronto local time)
PROPONENT INTERVIEWS Week of January 18, 2021

PROPONENT ENQUIRIES only by e-mail to: [email protected]

**Proponents should reference this RFP number (RFP No. RP350-2020-01) in the subject line of their correspondence. **

This Request for Proposals is the exclusive property of the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (the Partnership), all rights reserved. The release, reproduction, distribution or other use without the express written consent of the Partnership is strictly prohibited.


The Partnership disclaims responsibility for all warranties and conditions with regard to electronic files and any contents thereof.  The Partnership makes no guarantee or representation that electronic files are error-free, nor compatible with recipient’s systems, nor free from viruses.  The Partnership will not be held responsible for any problems or injuries that arise including, but not limited to, the reliability or safety, of the use of its electronic files, in whole or in part.

About the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer

As the steward of the Canadian Strategy for Cancer Control (the Strategy), the Partnership works with Canada’s cancer community to take action to ensure fewer people get cancer, more people survive cancer and those living with the disease have a better quality of life. This work is guided by the Strategy, which was refreshed for 2019 to 2029 and will help drive measurable change for all Canadians affected by cancer. The Strategy includes five priorities which will tackle the most pressing challenges in cancer control, as well as three distinct First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples-specific priorities (and associated actions) reflecting Canada’s commitment to reconciliation. The Partnership will oversee the implementation of the priorities in collaboration with organizations and individuals on the front lines of cancer care – the provinces and territories, health-care professionals, people living with cancer and those who care for them, First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities, governments and organizations, and its funder Health Canada. Learn more about the Partnership and the refreshed Strategy at www.cancerstrategy.ca.

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SCHEDULE B – Submission Form

The Proponent must not amend this Form in any way other than by providing the requested information. This form must be completed, signed and submitted as part of the Proponent’s Proposal.

To the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer:

  1. Proponent Information
(a) The full legal name of the Proponent is:
(b) Any other relevant name under which the Proponent carries on business is:
(c) The jurisdiction under which the Proponent is governed is:
(d) The name, address, telephone, facsimile number and e-mail address of the contact person for the Proponent is:

The Proponent is:

Proponents must select one of the following choices.

an individual {Provide HST/GST #}

a sole proprietorship {Provide HST/GST #}

a corporation {Provide HST/GST #}

a partnership {Provide HST/GST #}

a joint venture {Provide HST/GST #}

an incorporated consortium {Provide HST/GST #}

a consortium that is a partnership {Provide HST/GST #}

other legally recognized entity: {Specify type, provide HST/GST # or state “N/A”.}

  1. Acknowledgment of Non-Binding Procurement Process

The Proponent acknowledges that the RFP process will be governed by the terms and conditions of the RFP, and that, among other things, such terms and conditions confirm that this procurement process does not constitute a formal, legally binding bidding process (and for greater certainty, does not give rise to a Contract A bidding process contract), and that no legal relationship or obligation regarding the procurement of any good or service

will be created between the Partnership and the Proponent unless and until the Partnership and the Proponent execute a written agreement for the Deliverables.

  1. Ability to Provide Deliverables

The Proponent has carefully examined the RFP documents and has a clear and comprehensive knowledge of the Deliverables required. The Proponent represents and warrants its ability to provide the Deliverables in accordance with the requirements of the RFP for the rates set out in its Proposal.

  1. Price

The Proponent has submitted its price in accordance with the instructions in the RFP and in the form set out at Schedule C.

  1. Addenda

The Proponent is deemed to have read and accepted all Addenda issued by the Partnership prior to the Deadline for Issuing Addenda. The onus remains on the Proponent to make any necessary amendments to the Proposal based on the Addenda. The Proponent confirms that it has received the following Addenda:

{List Addenda numbers or, if no Addenda were issued, state “None”.}


  1. Conflict of Interest

The Proponent, by submitting the Proposal, confirms that to its best knowledge and belief no actual or potential Conflict of Interest exists with respect to the submission of the Proposal or performance of the contemplated Agreement other than those disclosed in this Submission Form.  Where the Partnership discovers a Proponent’s failure to disclose all actual or potential Conflicts of Interest, the Partnership may disqualify the Proponent or terminate any Agreement awarded to that Proponent as a result of this procurement process.

Conflict of Interest includes, but is not limited to, any situation or circumstance where:

  1. in relation to the RFP process, the Proponent has an unfair advantage or engages in conduct, directly or indirectly, that may give it an unfair advantage, including but not limited to
  2. having or having access to information in the preparation of its Proposal that is confidential to the Partnership and not available to other Proponents;
  3. communicating with any person with a view to influencing preferred treatment in the RFP process; or
  4. engaging in conduct that compromises or could be seen to compromise the integrity of the RFP process and render that process non-competitive and unfair; or
  5. in relation to the performance of its contractual obligations under the Agreement, the supplier’s other commitments, relationships or financial interests
    • could or could be seen to exercise an improper influence over the objective, unbiased and impartial exercise of its independent judgment; or
    • could or could be seen to compromise, impair or be incompatible with the effective performance of its contractual obligations;


View full RFP RP350-2020-01 FN.I.M_Schedules.


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